I can't believe the holidays are already here. I've been traveling more than ever this past year attending some of the best art shows across the country. It has been an honor to have been invited to participate in so many awesome shows. We enjoyed meeting new people, exploring new places and making new friends. But time just flew by! I blinked and now it's almost December.As promised, I have just finished adding the CREEPS that I have in stock to my website. There aren't many and I don't know if I will have a chance to make more before the big holiday. So grab one if you want one! I will be making some appearances this winter at the Frenchmen Art Market in New Orleans and will post those dates on my social media pages as they get closer. But most of this winter will be spent on finishing up the last phase of my studio/gallery space here in Mobile and woking on commissions.
I do have a couple of my larger mixed media pieces available, if you are interested, shoot me a message and I'll send you pictures.
Happy Holidays to you all and I hope you have a wonderful season with friends and family. I know I am looking forward to more time with mine.
Here is my later summer through fall schedule for 2016. There is possibly going to be one more show added in late October so stay tuned! If I'm in your area, stop by, say hello and check out what I do!
It's nice to be home and off the road for a bit. I will spend the winter season working on new stuff for next year and making monthly appearances at the Frenchmen Art Market in New Orleans! I have put a bunch of my CREEPS up on the website in the past couple of weeks with some great response! I want to thank you all for your support and wish you a happy holiday season! As a bonus, today through Sunday, December 20th any CREEP purchase on my site will come with a free limited edition print. Just choose your CREEP, choose your print, add them to the cart and then use the code FREEPRINT at checkout.
I hope you all have an awesome holiday and stay warm this winter!
Take care, Chris
My crazy upcoming show schedule -
- 14-15th Piedmont Park in Atlanta
- 4-7th Arts, Beats & Eats in Royal Oak, Michigan
- 18th - Competing in the Throwdown at the Mobile Arts Council (visit www.mobileartscouncil.org for info and tickets)
- 19th - Monte Sano Arts Festival in Huntsville, AL
- 25-27th - Funky Ferndale in Ferndale, Michigan
- 10-11th Bayou City Arts Downtown in Houston, Texas
- 17-18th Kentuck Arts Festival in Northport, Alabama
- 23-25th RiverArtsFest in Memphis, Tennessee
- Oct 30-Nov 1st Voodoo Experience (aka VoodooFest) in New Orleans, Louisiana
- 6-8th Great Gulf Coast Arts Festival in Pensacola, Florida
- 14-15th Three Rivers Art Festival in Covington, Louisiana
If I'm coming to your area, stop by and say hello!
Been traveling a lot this festival season, four months in the season left to go. August is hot and slow, only one show this month but I will be spending a lot of time getting ready for the next 10 or so shows that are rapidly approaching. I was able to get my prints up online and hopefully in the next week will have some more CREEPS up too. Its hard to keep up! I will also be posting my confirmed show schedule on here in the next couple of days so you'll know if I'm coming near you anytime soon! Once the season is done, I will restock the website completely and continue to work through the winter on some new pieces I have swimming around this crazy brain of mine. I hope you've all had a great summer and thank you, as always, for your support, kind words and everything else you do that keeps me motivated and moving forward.
Chris Cumbie, out.
So yeah...I'm going to try this online store thing out for a bit.
Just remember, I'm good with wood, metal, junk, etc...not computers and wires and websites. But I'll do my best.
Oh yeah, you should follow me on FB and Instagram and those kinda things too. I'm pretty good at those.
If I did this right you should be able to click on those icon thingys at the bottom of the pages on here and find me there.
Fingers crossed that works.
I'm gonna go carve something now, my brain hurts from all this technology stuff.
Is anybody actually reading this?