[invited] ICE SCREAM, YOU SCREAM

invited to participate in ICE SCREAM, YOU SCREAM, which opens this First Friday Art Trail, June 3rd, 6pm-9pm

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A group exhibition curated by Maisie Marie Alford, celebrating the sweet days and cool delights of summer featuring artwork all about ice cream. This exhibition highlights 20 artists working in painting, drawing, sculpture, fiber, and photography.

Artists include:
Maisie Marie Alford, Cody Arnell, Victoria Marie Bee, Harrison Brooks, Shannon Cannings, William Cannings, Alberto Careaga, John Chinn, Carol Cunningham, Hannah Dean, Glenn Downing, B.C. Gilbert, Scotty Hensler, James W. Johnson, Chisum Justus, Lindsey Maestri, Erika Pochybova, Victoria Shields, Bruce Lee Webb, & Jeff F. Wheeler


victoria marie bee,  & stars, if stars say anything, say Otherwise,  pigment print, 40 x 60 inches, 2017

victoria marie bee, & stars, if stars say anything, say Otherwise, pigment print, 40 x 60 inches, 2017

Source: http://glasstire.com/events/2017/05/26/ice...

SHRILL, february first friday art trail

SHRILL

Presented by Victoria Marie BeeSHRILL is an art exhibition featuring work by Katelyn McPhersonKatie Rivera, & Stephanie Berrie; a poetry reading by Jessica SmithKyle J. BassettKatrina ProwChen ChenCurtis Bauer, & Chris Taylor; a fundraiser sponsored by J&B CoffeeLa SirenaFlippers TavernContinental HairlinesDirk FowlerJonathan WhitfillKatie Rivera Photography, & V.M.BEE; &, will include the sale of shirts, prints, buttons, & copies of the book I want a president: Transcript of a Rally. All proceeds from this project will go to support both local & national organizations defending women & the rights of all, donated equally among Voice of Hope's Rape Crisis Center of LubbockWomen's Protective Services of Lubbock, & Planned Parenthood.

SHRILL celebrates solidarity among those who identify as women & anyone in our community who supports basic human rights. These works respond to threats toward individual rights & seek to make our voices heard, through love and respect for all. 






&, even more people have joined us since this card was made! love this community!

MORE SOON! YOU'RE GOING TO BE JUST EXCITED AS I AM ABOUT THIS AMAZING EVENT AS DETAILS UNFOLD!

stay up-to-date on the new website, ShrillNasty.com


& stay loud, be shrill.

xoxox & cheers & love

Source: shrillnasty.com

nasty women lbk

if you missed last night's event, you did miss out (but not on everything)! lucky to have been alongside some great talent + amazing people + firepit in the texas winter weather!

please check out these two upcoming events (more details to follow) , & if interested in the print below or a t-shirt (new design coming, but can also do the style below, too), let me know! if you need it before heading to D.C. or  Austin, let's make it happen!


January 21st: gallery talks with artists & 1at1 & letterpress t-shirt / poster printing workshops (satellite gallery & helen devitt jones print studio)


 February First Friday Art Trail, 2/3 6-9pm: meeting today with two major talents about some artwork & other amazingness, & tacos by the best cooks in the lbk, & letterpress, & good tunes, & photography love, & more tba  (Studio 4)

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victoria marie bee, [detail] SUCK IT, letterpress, 2016

victoria marie bee, [detail] SUCK IT, letterpress, 2016

 "#suckIt" 💋 detail of my print that'll be on exhibit tonight at the @ttusoa Satellite Gallery for the #nastyWomenLbk / @nastywomenexhibition LBK, with all proceeds from this print going to the local rape crisis center here in Lubbock (only $25 unframed suggested donation price, each one unique & unfiltered, not many left!) letterpress printed with fluorescent ink, bras, & custom type, of a line from the story "Suck It," feat. in the novel #LoveMeBack by @likefierce 💥

#broadside #broads #nastyWomen #art #printmaking #ink #letterpressForever #VMBEE #freethecleavage #lace #lacyRacy (one of these prints is currently on exhibit in #Australia & part of the @hamiltonwoodtype museum's collection from the 2016 #NewImpressions exhibition)

regram from @ghoosebomb

regram from @ghoosebomb

y'all, twenty dollar bills y'all, so many coming out of my printing apron, a huge fist full of $380 donated, from these #nastyWomen shirts & more printed & I was printing on demand during december's #FFAT. like, I'm speechless & so #lucky & #grateful to know so many amazing people that want to support #love & keep on fighting the good fight. all profits going to @plannedparenthood & still have lots of shirts & designs that are printed & can happen, contact me if you want one!!

#plannedparenthood #women #artFamily #spreadLove #letterpress #woodType #cuts #hot #lit #lovelovelove #badassWomen #selfie

@vbee (instagram)

[portraits] Isadora Stowe




2017 Artist-In-Residence

very excited & grateful to announce that I have been selected to be the new artist-in-residence at Charles Adams Studio Project's Live/Work Studio #4 (January 2017 thru December 2017)!

this was a highly competitive application, & is the perfect next step for me as I graduate with my 2nd Masters degree this December 2016, with my MFA in Photography & Letterpress, from Texas Tech University (graduated with my MAE in 2013).

I have so much planned, for my artwork & artist future, plus lots of collaborations & community involvement. cannot wait to show you, throughout 2017!

lots of love, & more soon.

xoxo!

Live/Work Studios at CASP are located on the block adjacent to the Charles Adams Gallery at 1010 Mac Davis Lane. These unique studios designed by architect Upe Flueckiger  provide a personal residence, 1,100 square foot studio space, covered parking, and yard/courtyard area.  Live/Work Studios give artists the opportunity to create, share, and exhibit work through monthly First Friday Art Trail events, open studio hours, and other community engagement opportunities.

Live/Work Studios at CASP are located on the block adjacent to the Charles Adams Gallery at 1010 Mac Davis Lane. These unique studios designed by architect Upe Flueckiger  provide a personal residence, 1,100 square foot studio space, covered parking, and yard/courtyard area.  Live/Work Studios give artists the opportunity to create, share, and exhibit work through monthly First Friday Art Trail events, open studio hours, and other community engagement opportunities.


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Source: http://casp-arts.org/livework-studios/