Tuesday, June 13, 2017

Does a pig really need bangs?

Putting the last touches on this little piggy who will make her debut at the Talbot Street Art Fair this weekend.    With over 270 artists from across the nation, this juried art fair continues to be ranked as one of the finest fairs in the country.  Talbot Street Art Fair is located between 16th & 20th / Delaware & Pennsylvania - Indianapolis in the historic Herron Morton Neighborhood.
As Always - FREE ADMISSION!   

See Moe's Ache Studio in booth #246!
June 17th & 18th, 2017
Saturday 10 AM - 6 PM
Sunday 10 AM - 5 PM

Friday, June 2, 2017

Twins separated at birth


 7 years apart! The "last lizard" is finished!

Time Just Flies.....

I just realized it's been nearly 5 years since I've written about Moe's Ache Studio.  Bud, Moe, McLovin and myself are all still frequent inhabitants in the studio.  We just can't figure out where the time goes.  Time now is devoted to finishing up some new pieces for the Talbot Street Art Fair in Indianapolis June 17 and 18th.

Thursday, October 4, 2012

Oh, lt's Been a LONG Time....

Yes, it has been a wild, weird year.  Many health related issues are being resolved, and it feels good to be back in the studio.  'Heading to Cincinnati this Sunday, October 7th for the Hyde Park Square Art Show.  If you are in the area, please check us out in booth #13.  It feels good to have some new work ready!

Saturday, January 7, 2012

Doobie Duck

Doobie Duck by Moe's Ache
Doobie Duck, a photo by Moe's Ache on Flickr.

Back in the studio, rolling out new pieces! Doobie was actually finished in December, but had to wait for 2012 for his official showing.

I am thinking about entering him in the SAMA
(Society of American Mosaic Artists) 2012 Salon. The conference will be held this year in Lexington, KY....close to home! If you are a mosaic enthusiast, check out their site, or better yet, attend the conference!

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Tuesday, September 27, 2011

Let's Face it......

It's been a tough week.  After a not-too serious fall on Sunday, I am nevertheless moving slowly in my last minute preparations for the St. James Court Art Fair this weekend.   My scraped up face (yes, I face-planed across that mulch and dirt with great impact!) looks worse than it feels, but sore muscles and bruises have kept me in bed with ice packs.
I can hardly wait to greet 200,000 visitors to the show this weekend looking like a battered babe, but I will be there with some new pieces providing nothing happens between here and Louisville!
Stop by and see the new work, and my new face!  Booth #409 on the court!