TEMPO-Thank You To Austin and It’s Artists

TEMPO-Tree Huggers

We have a new addition to our neighborhood park thanks to the TEMPO project. This beautiful installation, titled Tree Hugger, was created by artist Brent Baggett. The graceful curves and openness of the abstract leaf give the sense of being physically embraced by Continue reading TEMPO-Thank You To Austin and It’s Artists

Travis Heights Art Trail

Austin Arts Calendar-January 2014

[wowslider id=”24″] Travis Heights is my favorite neighborhood in Austin hands down.  Despite skyrocketing property values, it has by some miracle maintained an eclectic mix of homes and people and after attending the Travis Heights Art Trail this past Saturday, I Continue reading Travis Heights Art Trail

Yoga Comes to blueZelia!

Yoga Comes to blueZelia

These beautiful bohemian inspired yoga bags are now available on the store!  We recently commissioned artist, Barbara Pate, to make these one-of-a-kind bags exclusively for blueZelia.  Similar in design to her popular satchels, she created them using new high-grade remnant fabric and soft, upcycled leather straps and ties. They Continue reading Yoga Comes to blueZelia!

Art Through the Window-Artist Aaron Flynn

Blackmail Window Display

There are the clothing stores that put a simple mannequin or two in the shop window and call it good and then there are the stores that turn the window display into an artistic focal point.  Blackmail, located on South Continue reading Art Through the Window-Artist Aaron Flynn

THIRST-A Large Scale Austin Art Installation

Austinites are used to seeing orange cones, fencing and porta potties temporarily installed near Lady Bird Lake, signaling a special outdoor event; however, we are about to experience an installation of an entirely different kind.  This Continue reading THIRST-A Large Scale Austin Art Installation

Art Movements and the Collective Consciousness

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Throughout history art movements have served as a barometer for the current political, economic and social climate.  For example, Surrealism was born from the idea that excessive rational thought and conventional middle class values brought about the First World War.  Members of this movement met Continue reading Art Movements and the Collective Consciousness