Thursday, October 29, 2009
Monday, October 26, 2009
Wednesday, October 14, 2009
On this ( not so somber) day of Wednesday, October 14th, 2009, I have decided to Officially disband the Hillary Clinton Army.
Right now Hillary Clinton is somewhere on this planet promoting peace and diplomacy,
and we, the H.C.A., helped make this happen!
to all the super-fun art projects,
The awesome and ridiculous concepts we dreamed up...
and then made happen on the Global stage.
I never would have dreamed I'd find myself sitting with Bill Clinton and watching the debates!
We crossed paths with lots of stars along the way, like Rob Reiner,
Jason Jones of the Daily Show....
and traveled the world with the Art Envoys.
We definitely made more fun Pantsuit art projects than anyone on earth....
what a blast this has been!
Now, after way too much Pantsuitin' fun, this Pantsuit and I are thinking it's time to split!
So after over two years, thousands of pieces of Hillart, thousands of blog posts, art shows, fashion shows, Pantsuit art, wonderful adventures etc......I move on to new adventures.
No adventure is fun alone, so I hope you will join me.
Thank you H.C.A., friends and supporters of the H.C.A., and most of all, thanks to Hillary Clinton, for being an unending source of inspiration and light.
Unofficial Art Ambassador to Hillary Clinton,
Leader of the Hillary Clinton Army and Art Envoys
Sunday, October 11, 2009
Today is Hillary and Bill Clinton's 34th wedding Anniversary!
Hillary doesn't have time to celebrate no squaresville anniversary though, as she's just touched down in Swinging London!
She's a mod, mad and totally switched-on bird making the scene in Turned-on London!
(Actually she's hard at work, but that isn't nearly as interesting)
Take it, Lynn Redgrave...
Thursday, October 8, 2009
Today I'm thinking about clothing in terms of what kind of shadow you cut.
You should always consider your shadow, don't you think?
This is what I'm thinking about today....
light, shadow, and air.
Wednesday, October 7, 2009
I finally got back in the studio today, and let me say I'm feeling rusty with the old paint brush.
Here's a couple of paintings I did today while I thought about.....wait for it....
Nancy Sinatra and the UV Pantsuit.
I've put myself on a diet of strictly Nancy Sinatra, nothing else shall pass these ears.
I like the idea of designing UV Pantsuits and cool UV clothes... the ultimate in Lady's protection.
They must however, pass one vital test from the get-go...
COULD NANCY ROCK IT? If not.... it's back to the drawing board for this gal!
Here's another taste of Nancy.....
Love her! I'm thinking Hillary should do something fun about now like make a music video or have her own T.V. show.
All this endless war and diplomacy stuff... hardly any fun at all!
Does anyone agree with me here?
Monday, October 5, 2009
Friday, October 2, 2009
I met with my friend Kathy from Berkeley today. She mentioned that she wears clothing made of UV fabric, but that most of the designs in this fabric are not going to hit the couture catwalk anytime soon. She has been playing with the idea of designing her own UV fashions.
Hello! What covers the body more effectively AND fashionably than a Pantsuit! I ask you?
O.K., there's the bio-hazard suit, but that tends to scare people off.
I suggested Kathy try on a Pantsuit from my collection and see how it feels....
She went for this scarlet and tangerine number... delicious!
But Kathy, imagine yourself in a coool cobalt making the coffeehouse scene in Berkeley!
Or how about seeing what Haight street looks like through a rose-colored pantsuit?
Or you could lay in the grass, (UV be damned) of Golden Gate Park, and practically disappear!
And why not turn people on their heads in the Purple Haze Pantsuit?
The possibilities are endless. Oh, and let's not forget include the much-overlooked hood onto any or all of these show-stoppers.
Please keep us posted, Kathy, as to your UV clothing designs!
And while we are on the subject of Pantsuits ( as if we are ever NOT) please visit
ExchangesConnect's forum section in the middle of the main page, for the full story of the Pantsuit Printmaking Project.
Your comments would be most appreciated!