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What's New at Bluestninja? (May) Edition

Spring is blowing its wind through the Bay Area. And your humble bluestninja is blowing his hot air right along with it. So let's just get right to it, shall we?

1. Custom Pinback Buttons from Bluestninja
2. Organic Black and White Series
3. Artist Xchange Gallery Open
4. Needlepoint in Auction at Canvas Gallery
5. Pagoda Sold

1. Custom Pinback Buttons from Bluestninja

Buttons

The newest foray in DIY junkets for the masses. Already having created them for myself, Misnoninja (clothing line extraordinaire), and Thee More Shallows (band of utmost talent from SF), I'm taking orders for grab bags of my own designs and images I think you should pin to your clothes (as low as a couple bucks!), as well as orders for logos of your company, name, projects, bands, slogans, stupidity, etc. Send an email to buttons@bluestninja.com for a price list, to put in an order, or just to get more information.

2. Organic Black and White Series

Amazing what a whole bunch of cardboard boxes and numerous bottles of black acrylic paint can do to a boy. These are cheap and would look lovely on your living room wall. Or in the bathroom. Or as coasters.

3. Artist Xchange Gallery Open

Thanks to everyone who came out to the grand opening event on May 1. I've sold a piece out of there already and many more are to follow, I'm sure. If you're in the SF grid, stroll the Valencia Corridor and head into the gallery on 16th St (between Valencia and Guerrero). Check their site for store hours.

4. Needlepoint in Auction at Canvas Gallery

In coordination with Artspan and Open Studios, Canvas Gallery will be hosting an auction on May 25, 2004. My needlepoint "He Stands on the Threshold" will be up for auction so come and bid high and often. Otherwise I'll have to have to cry in public. Again.

5. Pagoda Sold

The wonderful worldy duo of Karen Pak and Charlie Oppenheimer have purchased "Pagoda." For now, it graces their Reno home but as we all know (and those who don't, should know) it will soon be back in the Bay Area as they will hopefully be soon.

That is all. That is long. That is enough.

Until Gigantic June, where new and wonderful nuggets are already in the works.

Cheers to all and to all a good night (except you in Australia -- good morning to you.)

Randy

 

Randy Antin