This is an ongoing series to help those in my community that are economically impacted by the virus COVID-19. Each week, you will be introduced to several artists, artisans, musicians, writers, etc. If you are not economically impacted by the virus, please consider buying something from those who are.
We’re in this together.
Peace and Love,
Pink Buddha & Terri
A Few Are Souls, get your download at tunnelmental.bandcamp.com/
I, like no other individual, like no other political party, like no other self proclaimed authority will ever permanently shape society. We are society. We may individually or collectively influence it though. How we emerge from our current crisis or the next one is still a guess. I love my freedom and liberty, it allows me to grow on my own terms and through my own choices. What I did notice, as did many, is that most people were easily divided and much of the blame was on the corruption prevalent in all government globally. So, when we emerge from this crisis, do we want to influence change or just accept the continued corruption? I believe we have windows of opportunity and I can sit back and await that window closing or use my influence, my love, my peace, to promote a “better more caring society.” So, I must. —Nigel Mitchell
Fact: In another life, Nigel was a jockey.
Fins, The Crochet Clown Fish $50 at YarnKat.com
YarnKat is a place for things yarn, crochet, knit and cats. Yep, cats. Being a crazy cat lady runs in the family. Proprietress, Kathy Bartholomew, is my sister and she will gladly tell you horror stories about growing up with me as her sister.
Fact: Kathy was born with strabismus and had three eye surgeries before Kindergarten.
Give In To The Idea, 24 x 36 inches, Montana spray paint on canvas $350 Venmo: @LukeSaenz24
Luke Saenz: As a child, I dug holes. A corridor filled with wonder & amusement. As a young human, I learned about myself and art from my amazing mentor ( anti-Terri-fucking-Lloyd).
What do we say to the establishment? Fuck you.
Fun Fact: Luke cracked his head open one night, partying with his pals. Ended up getting staples to hold it all together. I insisted he send me a photo of it so I could share it on myspace.
Working with charcoal along 2000+ miles with stones, rivers and
creeks, 600 marked sites with earth since 7/27/2016… with being with
alignment and with the energies I sense with the place and space, the
time of day and the seasons as continuum…
Greg Patch: I had a Polio vaccine, and had mumps, measels and chicken pox and bumped myself many more times.
Fun fact: Greg is an herbalist.
L–R: The recycled aqua, cobalt and clear glass drops with copper, brass and crystal studded resin are $20 each, (tags read $40) but “Tarnished Scorpio’s” everyday lo prices are in effect, yah undaStand?
FarceBook: Tarnished Scorpio
Nina says: When I was a toddler just having started to walk my parents always had me in a leather harness with a leather leash until I was about 4 ….. wonder if that’s where my fondness for B & D comes from.
Are you interested in participating in this action? Please check out this Call For Artists page for details.
A Pink Buddha action and ritual of kindness.
Based on the tradition of The Hospital* of St. Cross and Almshouse of Noble Poverty, Pink Buddha will be providing Wayfarer’s Dole on New Year’s Eve.
1 pm until 5 pm
All visitors who knock or ring the doorbell and ask for the Dole will receive a small cup of beer and a morsel of bread.
Visitors are welcome to enjoy the backyard emirates and participate in a pre-New Year ritual of warmth and good cheer.
Beer will be provided by the infamous Hieronymonk Smith Abbey.
Morsels baked by various local artisans.
You must RSVP for location.
*in the older sense of the word meaning charitable institution
Pink Buddha had a great time making new friends and posing for holiday photos.
Speaking of holiday stuff, there are some new things over in the Head Shop. It’s a great place to get that iconoclast you know something cool for the holiday.
Available only at the Bohemian Sunday — the super secret unconventional open house holiday event. (Say that three times fast!)
Will we see you there?
Black Friday and Cyber Monday Be Damned!
We’ve got Bohemian Sunday, the super secret unconventional open house holiday event.
Yeah, we got art that’s for sure.
Paintings and prints, and table-top sculptures.
Hand crafted-wares and jewelry and bling.
A bird that talks and three cats that sing.
Music and a few other things.
Hope you can make it to 2019’s
final Open Studio wing ding.
RSPV for password and location.
email terri at terrilloyd dot net
Nina Ehlig/Tarnished Scorpio