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Book Signing Party : Count Down! : 3…

Hello to all of you beautiful people caught in the vast virtual universe that encompasses the other side of my computer screen. How is reality treating you today? Have you been graced with any life-changing epiphanies since the last time we connected through my blog? In any case, one step at a time… slow and steady wins the race… more clever euphemisms on the horizon… 

But first…
I would like to fill you in on a little not so secret event coming up at the end of the month. In case you haven’t heard about it yet, Graham Smith and yours truly are about to debut their premiere art books with a signing party at the historic SDAI Museum of the Living Artist, in scenic Balboa Park. Here, we intend to personally sign books and display artwork, in addition to providing a festive atmosphere for all those who decide to grace us at our party. This event is free to attend and will feature well crafted delights for all of your senses to enjoy. 
So prepare your musical inclinations for some live, masterful musings by “Man From Tuesday”, an acoustic band comprised of Singer/Songwriters, Michael Lille and Andy Lund from Taylor Guitars. 

But let’s not forget our precious palates among this flurry of fun… 

Foodies and artists alike, will be thrilled by the delicious tastings planned by Sea Rocket Bistro, noted for their local, farm fresh, sustainable, epicurean delights created by Executive Chef Tommy Fraioli. And, as an added bonus, Blue Moon Brewing Company has decided to pair Sea Rocket’s handcrafted hors d’oeuvres with a special selection of their handcrafted beers. 

Tantalize your taste buds with Blue Moon’s Valencia Grove Amber or one of several selections from their Vintage Series! Alternative beverage services will also be expertly provided by San Diego’s newest modern day neighborhood hangout, Heights Tavern– to ensure that all your cravings will be satisfied. 

Oh! And one last tidbit of information about our event, because this wouldn’t be complete without a little artistic input from you…

Please, please, please, anyone and everyone inclined to attend, bring sketchpads and drawing materials to create your own masterpieces during the party. Live models (originally featured in Graham’s book) will be present, helping to encourage an atmosphere of creativity as well as bolstering a spirit of celebration in regards to the art of crafting a sketchbook.

During this evening of sensible luxuries and beautiful people, it would be ever so gratifying if you decided to partake in the creative process alongside us, by drawing upon this visual, auditory and tasteful feast.

Pictured Below:
Graham Smith’s Book
“Marks : Volume 1”

Xupuy Edicionés
Quito, Ecuador

Pictured Below:
Katherine Brannock’s Book
“Sketchbook : Volume 1”

Xupuy Edicionés
Quito, Ecuador

Here’s a little teaser for the upcoming event. This video features the night Graham and I laid eyes on our books for the first time. Hope you enjoy it as much as we did…

First Peek – Book Unboxing from Graham Smith on Vimeo.

Hope to see you 
Saturday, March 30th 
at the SDAI Museum 
of the Living Artist.

Located at:
1439 El Prado, 
San Diego, CA 
92101
 

Call them 
if you have any questions 
about the Museum
or its exact location:
(619) 236-0011 

It will be fun, 
but it will be 
more fun 
if you attend…

 Thanks for checking in…

and take care until next time..
xoxo
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3 Comments for : Book Signing Party : Count Down! : 3…
  1. Thank you so much Gualterio. Even though your words leave me speechless, it is well understood that they come from a place of divine respect and reverence- thank you, from the bottom of my heart.

    From one artist to another, it is always a comfort to find emotional solace in kindred spirits, and I am proud to know that I have made a connection with your family.

    Thank you again.

  2. The impact of design in “Katherine Brannock Sketchbooks, Volume One” referred me to the unconscious, the whole book is a poem plastic on this topic and now I remembered that the most controversial and interesting stage of Goya is the approach this kind of plastic that suggest a meaning of yourself and it is so very interactive when you observe it.
    It is a difficult to get light in this issue, because it not only requires poetry virtuosity, moreover a high level intellectual and spiritual that is evident in the book. Even, we fill that we play a game inside of “Alice and the wonderland. A kind of innocence from childhood and it is the nature of fine art.
    Sometimes we listen the sound of the poetry of Edgar Allan Poe.
    Thanks Katherine Brannock, for all our family is a great honor to have a book dedicated by a person who loves us and also is a serious artist as we use to have in mind a friend of a poet friend of my husband, the poet Allan Guinsberg. Maria Esther and Walter

  3. It was nice meeting you tonight. Awesome art! Just saw that it was all done with a BIC pen! Keep it up and much continued success! See? Just because people don’t comment, doesn’t mean nobody’s reading. :) All the best!
    Don

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