This piece is based on my heritage as a Navaho woman. I am showing different blankets that people wear or create.
Since I have year round allergies, I feel stuffy and my nose is running most of the time. My goal is to capture the aspect of being stuffy.
Great location! Great Price (FREE)! Great connections. Free merry-go-round rides, free soda, free water, free hot dogs, free ice cream, free information, free handouts, free music, free entertainment, etc.
We work with children to build up their confidence and self esteem.
It is all about giving our youth an opportunity to see ahead and preparing them to be great leaders.
It changed my life to be looked at as a hero and to know the efforts I make in the community is changing someone’s life is priceless.
We focus on victim advocacy, mental health and trauma. We work a lot with victims of crime, those suffering from mental health illnesses, and/or maybe in crisis.
All Latino people are not drug dealers. All Latino people are not illegal immigrants. We are a group of people who love people. We may be loud, but we are positive and love having fun.
We dance different places showing people the beauty and charm of Mexico.
You can become a client by starting off with the suiting appointment. If you are looking for a job, we provide interview attire, head to toe. Once you get your job, you come back in for a full week’s wardrobe, head to toe.
My books are bilingual (Spanish/English). My goal is to reach a child who speaks English because they are born here whose parents speak Spanish. Parents can help the children read in Spanish and they then can read in English.
I promote Latino writers who write originally in Spanish. Not translations, original Spanish.
Seeing the children’s faces brighten up when they interacted and took pictures with their favorite superheroes was worth the price of admission. Wait, it was free.
The Tomato War and Holy Tomato Kickball are “special sauce” activities. I think activities of this type bring people together to connect on a more meaningful level.
Even though we are not the best at the game, we wanted to come out and show people that church folks are not stuck up, can get dirty, have fun, and love life too.
We are bringing awareness to the events that we are having this year and to have a little fun, we have Jenga for everyone to play.
My platform is called faith of a poppy seed which is premature awareness. My daughter was born 11 weeks early.
For as long as I can remember, I have attended the Ohio State Fair. My father took me to the fair for the first time when I was two years old. I really don’t remember going; but, my mother told me that I came home with vanilla ice cream all over my face and my clothes.
I have been a human canon ball for twenty two years. I have been shot about 7,000 times. I just did the tv show “America’s Got Talent”, where I lit myself on fire and was shot from a cross bow.
I was never afraid of heights. I saw an amateur circus in my home town when I was thirteen years old. I saw the high wire act and decided I wanted to do that.
I LOVE THE VIBE OF THE STORE. This is a stretch with the vibrant colors but it reminds me of the store set of the Andy Griffith show (if the Andy Griffith show was in color).
Fellowship around the arts has the ability to bring us together by starting a conversation (if we make the effort).
At another festival down town he started the set with a hat, shirt, tie, and pants by the end of the set, he had on a neck tie and boxer shorts.
We are a non-profit community bike shop or a bicycle cooperative. We provide a space where people can come in and use our stand, use our tools, and get help fixing up their bike.
Today, I am doing John Lennon. I am named after Paul McCartney. I figure I would do John Lennon since it is the peace train.
I am part of the Chalk Guild. They told me about Summer Jam West and that is why my family is participating.
The girl dished the line to tell Kenzie Coyne how much she loved the music. The interaction between them was priceless!
I love it! People come up and talk to you that never would. You can be parked somewhere random and people come over. It makes people happy.
The theme is the garden of good and evil. I have three art cars. This is my medium.
The vibe for Comfest is relaxed. Let’s just show up, hang out, enjoy the performances, and celebrate just being there. We are all here in this moment in time, having a good time.
One of the positive things about what I do is, it is oriented for everyone. You don’t have to come in with a specific ability, look, or age.
We are getting people registered to vote. Why? Because I am running for Columbus City Schools Board.
This event is a fun introduction to yoga to the community who might not otherwise try yoga.
We have the best hibachi in the city. Steak, chicken, shrimp, fried rice, egg yoke, and yum yum sauce. All of that good stuff.
I use real butter and real sugar, It is what your grandmother made. I suggest eating in moderation.
The picture doesn’t do the process justice. The part of me that rode skateboards, loves musical instruments, etc. wanted to stay a little longer and admire the work.
I am adventurous and I am not afraid to make ugly. I taught myself a lot, because I don’t’ have fear. Fear is the biggest enemy of being creative.
I didn’t see a particular style that I wanted to copy. I wanted to have my own unique approach to it. I bought some books and materials, and learned how to do it on my own.
I create all of these pieces from my head. I don’t have a set imagery in mind. They are all stylized landscapes.
If it is square I made it. If it is round he made it.
I like to use exotic hard woods that I buy from all over the world to make things people can appreciate and use every day.
I work in a lot of layers to develop my bold colors. Thematically, I am focused on pride, diversity, and love.
I grew up on a farm. I got into sculpting to become a better welder. I found out that I have a passion for it.
My inspiration is animals, people, places, and things. All the nouns.
I draw what I feel and what I think. I tell the world what I am about with my drawings.
I don’t restrict myself to traditional photography. I think of myself like a photographer that paints.
My goal is for you to look at the painting and sort of hear the music and feel the rhythm and vibe.
Follow what you love doing. Find your own style. Be true to yourself.
The goal is to create a three dimensional perspective in a two dimensional space to put a smile on your face and engage you with color.
This years highlight for me was the Big local Arts Village. That was the location to see a local band performing live and to view the hands on demonstrations.
I do graphite pencil drawings. They are photo realistic.
I play with fire and I hit stuff with a hammer.
I want people to learn. This is a dying art form. Not many people are doing this anymore.
I have a 10 year rule. It takes me 4 years to get it right. Then, I do it for another 4 years, and then I’m sick of it. Then, I move onto something else. I have not ran out of decades yet.
I thought that it was an amazing thing that I could make an all wood drum. I ran with it. I stumbled upon some different ideas that weren’t out there like changing the drums a little bit that made them dynamic in another way.
The one eye is about introspection. It is about closing your eye to physical distractions of life and getting to know your true self outside of this vessel, outside of your body, race, sex, social standing and how much money you make.
I do like to paint women. I can get nice whimsical with their hair and their clothes. I could do men. I just find them a little boring.
Our primary focus is to address those most critical health needs in our community: chronic diseases such as high blood pressure, diabetes, and cancer screenings.
We do high impact cardio dance fitness, and strength conditioning classes to help tone and tighten and lift those things that might be loose.
We are putting fresh produce back on Mt. Vernon Avenue.