Starbuck and Stovall collaboration for Yoko Ono’s installation at the Museum of Modern Art.
The Museum of Modern Art commissioned Yoko Ono to create a full-page insert in the New York Times. The resulting artwork, Peace Is Power, invited the newspaper’s readers to add to the map of the world to indicate what areas “need peace.” The participants were asked to send their contributions to the artist’s attention at MoMA. A rotating selection of the Peace is Power submissions is updated periodically through November 2017.
Luanne Stovall and Honoria Starbuck submitted a peace/piece to the exhibition. The collaborative work, featuring Starbuck’s Zen Chicken and Stovall’s Hero Ant, was accepted to be part of the rotating exhibition.
I’m so proud to be part of this event!
Honoria Starbuck, the conference flaneuse and live art blogger, is making iPad drawings of SXSW edu and SXSW Interactive again this year.
- Did Honoria do a sketch of your presentation?
- Is your portrait in the mix of these colorful illustrations?
- Find your image!
Prints from 2017 SXSW Conferences
available from Honoria’s gallery at Saatchiart.com
You are cordially invited to a Zen Chicken Happening! See my latest Zen Chicken scratches and join us for wine and cheese.
7:30 – 9:30
at BigBerthas Paradise
112 N. Loop Blvd. Austin, TX.
Exhibition continues through Dec 16th.
Photo by Hayden Yates.
The Flaneuse opening was a festive gala!
If you missed the opening, or want to see more of the show, please visit Spellerberg Projects as Flaneuse continues to be on view through most of March, 2016. The Flaneuse show with its interactive elements is now open by appointment.
To see and interact with the Flaneuse collection of over 1,000 small works email email@example.com and make a date and time. Bring friends. It’s fun.
You are cordially invited…
Honoria Starbuck, Flaneuse
ART OPENING ON THE SQUARE
Saturday, January 16, 2016
5:00 – 8:00 pm
103 South Main St. Lockhart TX 78644
Hope to see you there, Honoria
The exhibition continues January 16 – March 12, 2016.
Extended to March 20, 2016.
The Flaneuse exhibition is a site-specific dynamic installation, conceived by the artist for the storefront gallery at Spellerberg Projects.
The works in this exhibition are the product of the artist as flaneuse, maneuvering through contemporary life and art history. Starbuck’s inspiration flows from the earliest of mark-making gestures, prehistoric cave painting, through art history to present day practices such as digital painting via tablet computers. The paintings explore color, shape and the interaction of materials, with subjects ranging from observed nature, abstract forms and fashion.
I am honored to have been awarded the title of full Professor at the Art Institute of Austin. This move forward is a satisfying step in my creative path as a teaching artist.
Postcard sent to March Bloch for the Cavellini mail art show
Postcard sent to March Bloch for the Cavellini mail art show in NCY Winter 2014. Acrylic painting of concentric circles with the name Cavellini written in red script around the curves on the left side of the page of curved lines. Cavellini’s distinctive red white and green round logo is in the center of the circles.
Friday night November 14
530 pm to 730 pm
Reception at Museum of Modern Art library to see mailings received from Cavellini, to celebrate him, and to look at the museum’s current mail art historical show called “Analog Network.”
Museum of Modern Art, Cullman Education Building, 4 W 54 St., New York.
Loren Mullins and Marty Spellerberg hang the show!
Selections from Honoria’s Sportscars Underwater series are on view at the Blackstar Coop through November 2014. The Blackstar Coop is located at North Lamar and Airport Blvd. 7020 Easy Wind Dr. Austin, TX 78752. Thank you Loren and Marty pictured above for hanging the show! Yes, those are kegs of beer below the paintings. Come by and enjoy a pint.
Blackstar Coop iPad life drawings.
Join us for an informal opening – meet the artist and her iPad
November 2nd 2013 from 4 – 6 p.m.
The beautiful Miss Scarlett Black, burlesque dancer and model at Dr. Sketchy Austin, is featured in four of the drawings in the show.
The zen monk is a drawn from an artwork at the Dallas Museum of Art.
Hakuin Ekaku created the original ink scroll in the 1700’s.
Paper53 is the iPad app used to create the drawings.
Limited edition prints are available.
Please join me for an exhibition of new paintings
6010 N.IH 35
Saturday, August 17 2013
I’ve never met an art supply I didn’t fall in love with. I thrive on experiments with media and method. My most recent painting series, Sportscars Underwater, features acrylic, spray, and watercolor paint, pure pigment, India ink, hand carved block prints, stencils, and charcoal. The work is inspired by the changing moods of the beach and the ocean. The sportscars in the paintings drive around coral reefs dodging hammerheads and trigger fish.