Enchanted White Girl by Lisa Dittrich

Art can tell amazing stories from so many different perspectives, from the eyes of the storyteller (the artist). Take a journey through the eyes of an teenaged white girl growing up in New Mexico, during the 1980′s. Artist Lisa Dittrich reminisces her time spent in New Mexico, the Land of Enchantment,  during her adolescent stage in an area predominantly Hispanic and American Indian. Her family was not wealthy enough to be with the “rich white people” up on the hill, which created conflict, bias, and prejudice against this young Caucasian American. With beautiful storytelling pieces of artwork, Lisa will showcase lush southwestern landscapes, troubled teenage angst, conflict, and so much more.

Come down to Blackbird Studios for Preview Thursday (July 2, 2015) and First Friday (July 3, 2015) from 6 pm to 11 pm to view these stunning stories through art. For more information, and up to date preview, go to www.EnchantedWhiteGirl.com

Enchanted Playground

Enchanted Playground by Lisa Dittrich

String Theory: Explorations in Fiber as Art by Lynne Adamson Adrian

Challenging the tradition of crochet and fiber art to bring it into a more modern state of mind. Explore this amazing installation & add “Fiber Art” to your collection.

Join us Preview Thursday June 4th and First Friday June 5th, 2015 to help launch this new and colorful show by local artist Lynne Adamson Adrian.

This show is not to be missed!

String Theory Artwork

String Theory by Lynne Adamson Adrian

Silent Auction to Benefit Rancho High School Ceramic Students

On Friday, March 13th from 6pm until 10pm at Blackbird Studios – there will be the Silent Auction that EVERYONE will be talking about!

Artists from all over the world AND locally have contributed to this silent auction!

It will be live online as well as in person (super high tech, right?)


All proceeds go to benefit the ceramics students of Rancho High School as they fund-raise to attend an educational seminar in Providence, Rhode Island.