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Sissy Dre was inspired by my father, Robert Felix Rosales, particularly his stylish clothes and big-hearted ways of being. My father was always open to any new hobbies or opportunities and especially enjoyed meeting new people. I take on this creative venture to honor him in my own way. I have been making cloth dolls since January 2009 when I left the corporate world behind and moved to Upland, CA. with my family. Our lively household includes two teenage children, four dogs, six cats, and a wonderful husband who always supports us with love and grace. I had never worked a sewing machine before but I truly love making dolls and enjoy every aspect of creative life. Making dolls form scratch has opened artistic doors within me that I never knew existed and I hope this blog helps to inspire some crafty part of you too. 000000

Sunday, May 23, 2010

Glitterfest Spring 2010



Yesterday, May 22, 2010 was a big day for all the artists who attending the 2nd annual, 
Mixed Media Art Show & Sale ~  "Glitterfest".
Hosted by Diane White & Sheryl Simpson of "Whimzy".

Whimzy is located at
474 El Camino Real 
Old Town Tustin
714-573-1025
~You'll want to stop by to see all the latest unique art pieces 
Whimzy receives weekly ~ and a few surprise pieces that will
"WOW" the socks off ya ~ 

On with the show ~ 

Artists arrival & set up between 7:00 &  9:00 am...
it was like watching a parade for two hours, I could not 
focus on one thing to long because, right behind the first
fabulous art pieces coming in ~ the next load of dollies and 
hired help, were bringing in loads of other fabulous art. 
It was really incredible. 

This show is a mixture of recycle, reclaimed, objects, 
old & new fibers, fabrics, jews, beads, glass, soldering objects,
paper, clay, ... and so much more then I can not capture. 
What I can say is, 90% of the artists and their art for
this show is exquisite and on the cutting edge of a new artist society.


So, here are just a few of the pictures I captured, I sure wanted
to take more. However, I hope you are able to attend the next
"Glitterfest" on October 2, 2010 ~

























Artist Iva Wilcox and her mom
Ivascreations.com


Elks Lodge Ball Room 




Primitive dolls in the back ground 
were featured in the first publication 
of "Prims" magazine April 2010.



Artist Linda Martinez
allseasonspromo@aol.com



Artist Janet Schultz
JanetSchultz@verizon.net





Well, that was just a very small piece of the talented
artists that were at the show, there were 56 artists total, 
with approxiently 500 ~ 600 patrons in attendance.

I love this "corner of my world" that I have fallen into
in so many ways.  All the artists that I have come across have only wanted to share 
their craft openly and honestly to encourage and inspire everything hand made. 

My hope and wish for you, is that you do get the change to attended 
Glitterfest Fall on October 2, 2010 same place & 
same time. 


Much Love ~ 
sissydre (Andrea)



"Money won't create success, the freedom to make it will"
~Nelson Mandela










5 comments:

  1. You were a GREAT neighbor, I am looking forward to the next time we meet again. Love your photos!

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  2. Hi Sissy! So nice meeting you on Saturday :) Hope to see you again soon and YES, I hope you CAN come to one of my workshops. I'll be teaching at Whimzy! June 19th (charm necklace) and July 24th (Caged Bird in Shadowbox)

    Thanks for stopping by my blog today. I am now a follower of yours :)

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  3. Wow! I LOVE the wonderful, beautiful, magical creations. I bet it was even more amazing to see it in person. Hope I can make it next year - this is so up my alley.

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  4. Hi !!! so nice to connect with you...thanks for that inspiring article and the beautiful "eye candy" just makes you want to "GET TO IT" and make something!!! Colleen

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  5. Hey Andrea

    Haven't visited you for awhile and just stopped by to say hi. Love the bottle you made in Cindys class and all the pics.
    xoooxrobin

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