Posts Tagged ‘Denise Landis art’

Do you have a favorite cocktail or beverage? If so, let me know and it could be the next piece created in my “Drink Series”.

These huge modern pointillism paintings are unique to earlier works by utilizing larger brushes thus creating enlarged 2 inch dab sizes.   Each painting is 48 x 48 inches and designed for those dramatic kitchens, dining rooms, & living room spaces, or hip restaurants and imbibing establishments. 

The first of the series is called More Wine?  Makes you want to get out the corkscrew, right?

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