This year 2019 the Autumnal Equinox falls onSeptember 23
I wish you all a wonderful Fall Season! Today is September 23 the Zodiac turn in Libra and…it is…
HAPPY BIRTHDAY to Me!!!
“I wish to myself a wonderful Birthday fulfilled with joy, happiness, light and love,
creating the journeys of my life one step at the time doing what I love, with a never-ending creativity that will always speak to others through my heart and soul“
A new issue of “Razur Cuts VII” is now out and released!
Once again I am so proud to have my Art published in Scotland, UK. This issue includes and feature my watercolor painting a fanart Tribute to “Robert Smith THE CURE” I am honored to have a full page dedicated to my painting in this great publication. The new issue of Razur Cuts VII is available just released few days ago!
Razur Cuts is an indie magazine that supports and give exposure to artists, writers, music artists, photographers and creative people. It is created and published in Falkirk, Scotland by Editor Derek Steel and his team. The magazine is published only with few issues during the year. Featured are international and local contributors that submit their work. Razur Cuts is locally distributed and sold online by contacting directly via email (details at bottom page). Derek Steel discovered my Art a year ago, kindly invited me to collaborate and create the Front Cover for the past issue #VI released last December, it was fantastic to see my art on the front cover. If you missed my older post, you can see my artwork for the front cover here. I loved the opportunity and great experience taking part to this indie project as a contributor artist. I am once again honored to be featured in the new issue!
For this issue I have submitted my Tribute painting “Robert Smith THE CURE” I have created this painting in celebration of the 40 year Anniversary of The Cure iconic band.
If you’d like a copy of RAZUR CUTS VII – please request via email to: email@example.com pay £4 through PayPal using the friends & family option – worldwide shipping.
I hope that you like to discover Razur Cuts publication and if you’re interested to support them get a copy, and if you would like your work checked out try a Submission getting in touch with Derek Steel. Down below you find his links!
Disclaimer: As Blogger rule I have to make the statement that my work was freely submitted. I have not being paid by Razur Cuts to be published and not to write this review, these are my own words and thoughts.
A Special Thank you to Derek and Razur Cuts VII wish you success!
Have a great day everyone, I appreciate if you share thank you!
I wish you all dear friends and followers a wonderful Christmas Day and Holidays!
I am very thankful for your support and for following my journey my art couldn’t be known around the world without you! Your beautiful comments and encouragement ongoing is precious. Thank you beyond words to everyone that wanted to Collaborate with me during this year and to the ones that has decided to own one of my paintings or any of my artwork pieces I am honored to have my art in your house it means everything to me! ✨
An International Collaboration for “RAZUR CUTS” MagaZINE!
All the way from beautiful Scotland, UK 🇬🇧 to USA 🇺🇸 California a great indie publication “Razur Cuts VI” by Editor Derek Steel is now available it was just released yesterday 12/19/2018! This is the issue number VI! Razur Cuts is a magazine that carries underground and punk style inspired feelings, it is a new version of what could be a traditional “Zine” publication but even more as a real magazine and it looks beautiful! It is published out of Falkirk, Scotland by the kindness of Editor Derek Steel this magazine goes alive with few very interesting issues several times throughout the year having great content. Feature local and international contributors that submit their work of art, photography, music interviews, reviews and literature, it is locally distributed in cool places and it is sold online by contacting directly the “Editor” via email, I will post the details down below. I love what Derek Steel is doing with this publication, he loves to discover and highlight new talents giving the opportunity to publish and give exposure to their work being discovered by a bigger and international audience. I really appreciate Derek and all his effort doing this it’s precious for an independent artist like me. I came across Derek months ago, we connected and he discovered my Art inviting me to this collaboration and to create the Magazine Front Cover for this issue #VI. I loved the opportunity and here we are today. I feel so honored and proud to be part of such a wonderful project as Razur Cuts contributor and to be one of the Artists invited to create the Cover for this issue!
My artwork is the Punk red hair girl and the razor with the name razur cuts spelled backwards. I loved to create this watercolor and ink painting as it represents greatly the street style which is what the magazine is about. I am happy that with my contribution I help to make this Zine publication shine to the world and through my art bring it to USA!
♥️ Thank you so much to the Editor Derek Steel and to all the other contributors that made this possible!
❤ Limited Edition Prints of my Cover artwork are now available in my Shop on my page SHOP PRINTS
The Editor message “Razur Cuts VI is now available. Released today. Packed with 56 pages of creative love for you all. Stories, poetry, artwork, photography, album reviews & 3 cracking interviews with John RObb Paul Mackie/Suky Goodfellow (Voicex) & Raymond Gorman.
If you’d like a copy we’ll be available locally in The Graeme Hotel, Noise Noise Noise – Vicar St &Coffee on Wooer – Falkirk (Scotland).
Or post outs – please pay £4 through PayPal using the friends & family option to email: firstname.lastname@example.org
All contributor copies are in today’s post. May I thank you one and all for all the encouragement, support, feedback and love since we started in September ‘16. This is an amazing time, when creativity has exploded from all generations. I can’t remember it being so vibrant…and we’re ecstatic to be a part. Razur Cuts will be at Skids/Big Country Friday coming and Voicex the next night – at The Mash House, Edinburgh. Then catching Bladdered !! Falkirk the same evening (well, that’s the plan!).
Front cover art by the talented lady Carolina Russo.
Back cover art by the talented lady Suky Goodfellow.
Love & Best Wishes for the festive season.
X Derek S. X”
In conclusion of this post I hope that you all enjoyed to discover Razur Cuts and if you’re interested to support them for a small fee get a copy, if you would like your work checked out try a Submission get in touch with Derek Steel. Down below you find his links!
As Blogger rule I have to make the statement that my work was freely submitted. I have not being paid to create the front cover and to be published and not to write this review, these are my own words and thoughts about Razur Cuts.
Wish you a great day and let me know your thoughts!
Hello everyone today is the first day of December and it is snowing on my Blog! ❤
I love snow but living in Southern California is quite impossible from my location ito have snow unless I go up to the mountains when it’s snowing there.
So… I have to pretend to enjoy a peaceful snowfall and have it on my Blog! ❤ LOL
This month there are some nice watercolor painting challenges starting today! I hope to find the time to join one of them like I did last year, I am thinking at the “12 Days” Challenge hosted on Instagram and Facebook by The Bad Apple Artists Collective
If you want to play along check the above link, or just join me doing this challenge you can follow along and show me if you create anything! These Art challenges are a great way to create new work, I love to create new series for my collections of Limited Edition Prints, challenges are great to spice up your creativity and to work on your skills and habits to paint or drawing daily and to have ideas if you’re scared to the blank paper! 😉
For now I wish you all a wonderful Day and a Happy December!
During last few days I had a little break from painting to relax my mind and recharge after the full creative month of October!
The 31 days drawing INKTOBER challenge is a commitment and I wanted to stay focused during the whole month, without missing a day. It was my plan from the beginning to use Inktober to create a new drawing series and collection inspired by the prompts. The 31 drawings are available in my Shop as Limited Edition Prints. If you had your eyes on a drawing visit my Gallery and If you missed my October posts, or you’re new on my Blog, you can see and order prints of my Inktober drawings visiting my Gallery, I am happy I made it to the end without missing days. I thank you for following my Inktober and for your on going support and encouragement.
I cannot believe we are already in November, where the time goes?
Here in US where I live the weather still warm and feels not really Fall, is actually more of a “Summer” weather and is nice to spend outdoors evenings until last. These days we’re having intense sunsets in Southern California. Yesterday on my evening walk I took this video, for you to see the beauty and feel the magic of the sky! The intense color was overwhelming! What a great gift from nature! I am happy I was able to witness this sunset and capture this video. I love to share it with you, in hope to brighten your day where ever you are!
Note: No edit were made on the video, no filter, the colors are just as I took it with my iPhone!