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The renowned  Mayo Clinic of Scottsdale has a huge Courtyard Marriott available for their patients and visiting families.

“Ocotillo” 36h x 24w x 1.5″d 1150.00

Two of my modern pointillism paintings, Ocotillo and Scrub Junipers, in an exhibit sponsored by the Arizona Art Alliance.

“Scrub Junipers” 36w x 48h x 1.5d 2175.00

Consider taking a drive out to this beautiful desert area and visit the exhibit through August 2011.

 

Superstition Moon 48w x 24h x 1.5"d

I finished my latest painting titled Superstition Moon.  For those of you unfamiliar with my neck of the woods in Arizona;  The Superstition Mountains is a huge desert mountain range located east of Apache Junction off HWY 60.   Most people move here because of the beauty of these historic Superstitions, named after Native American beliefs of spirits remaining there.  It’s also where the tales of the “Lost Dutchman” and his missing gold originated.  Serious gold miners and novices still search for his gold everyday.

Today, I get to deliver Superstition Moon to the new owner who lives with this view as her home’s natural backdrop.   For information about commissioning a painting of your area, please email Denise Landis at landis@landisworks.com.

You’re invited to the first dance party in 2011 for Dance FX Studios! They are celebrating their 10 year anniversary!   Dance to LIVE MUSIC by Come Back Buddy,  a local Swing and Blues Band specializing in music from the 1950s!  Enjoy a fully catered dinner.   Meet new people and celebrate the most romantic month of the year with Dance FX Studios!

You can also expect special dance performances, a raffle of many prizes including artist Denise Landis’ Ocotillo Print on Aluminum,  an incredible catered dinner, and many more fun surprises!

Tickets are going fast and $25 per person.  The Boys and Girls Club of the East Valley will receive 100% of all profits from this event.  Reservations required and space is limited.  So, act fast and purchase your lucky tickets now!

Where:  Dance FX Studio, 1859 West Guadalupe Road #105, Mesa

Date:      Saturday, February 5, 2011

Time:      7 – 10pm

www.dancefxstudios.com

 

As many of you know, I have been competing in a very cool contest for BaoBaoBags.com The contest ended January 15th and unfortunately my Dead Icon didn’t win.  RatZ!  However, I did receive 300+ votes from Landisworks fans all over.  I am so grateful for the generous (and time consuming) voting.   Thank you!

Fifty+ of you let me know you voted.   So…I entered you in my private “Dead Icon ‘Elvis’ Mug Raffle”! The five winners of mugs are Carol McMahan, Clifton Grim,  Kristina Konen,  MaryJane Bernard, and Mirjana Mladinov.  Congratulations to my winners!

January is the month of Elvis Presley’s birth.  It is a special month for me too!  Barbara Atkinson, Director of the Superstition Mountain Museum asked me to extend my Elvis Art Exhibit in the Bridal Dressing Room of the Elvis Presley Memorial Chapel indefinitely!

 

Elvis Chapel View

The Elvis chapel is a historic site that many Elvis fans and curious guests visit every year.   Admission is free.

 

The original site of the Elvis chapel was at the Apacheland Movie Studio once located a few miles from the museum’s current location.   Many films & TV shows, including the Elvis Presley’s Charro, were filmed at the original Apacheland Movie Studio. Unfortunately, the movie studio burned down except for the barn and historic Elvis chapel in 2004. Both were carefully moved to the scenic grounds of the museum in Apache Junction, Arizona.

If old western movies and TV shows is your thing, this is the place for you.  Come on out!  http://www.superstitionmountainmuseum.org

 

Guitar Elvis

Lights!  Camera! Action!

Apacheland Days is all about old westerns,  movie/TV stars, and legends.   Next weekend (1/14-16) the yearly celebration hosted by the Superstition Mountain Museum in Apache Junction, AZ.   Many films and even Elvis’s movie “Charro” were taped at the original Apacheland Movie Studio once located a few miles from the museum.   Unfortunately, the movie studio burned down except for the barn and Historic Elvis Chapel years ago.

The museum has asked that I display my Elvis Art in the Chapel.   I’m so excited!  If old western movies and TV shows is your thing, this is the place for you.  Come on out!   http://www.apachelanddays.com/

Dead Icon by Denise Landis

My “Dead Icon” Elvis painting needs your votes in BaoBao Bags future artist competition! The company sells backpacks with interchangeable art buttoned to their backs.  Very smart!  Go to http://www.baobaobags.com/pages/home to vote once a day during the open voting period for my group starting Friday, Nov 12 – Nov 22nd.

Click on the orange “VOTE” button to see eleven art works in the current round.  Scroll down till you see my painting and check it. You can vote for three pieces each day.

Social networking is a must to win!   I would really appreciate you sharing this with friends and networks.  Just hit the site’s “SHARE THIS” button after voting. BaoBao Bags will automatically post the voting page to your Facebook, Twitter, etc. pages.  If you like my painting, suggest it to your friends too.

I hope to win & potentially become one of their designers!  I really appreciate you taking the time to vote!

P.S. Their backpacks might be good presents for the holidays!