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QOSpoetry3 This Saturday! Come see Few and Far women Ksra & Delvs!

Also many other talented women attending this event.

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Few & Far at Envision Festival Costa Rica

This years 2017 Envision Festival – Costa Rica was held at the beaches of Uvita, Costa Rica. Few and Far’s Kazilla (Miami) and Ursula X.Young (California) just returned from painting at the beautiful Envision Festival in Uvita, Costa Rica. In a sweet spot where the jungle meets the sea, each created a large solo piece (by the main Luna stage at the entrance to the Envision Gallery.) They also created a large collab intertwining their unique styles: Kazilla brought her signature rainbow prizm vision with crystals and sacred geometry, while Ursula wove in some brightly colored whimsical feminine jungle goddess energy punctuated with elements inspired by Costa Rica’s abundant wildlife and beauty. Envision Festival and Costa Rica were such a treat, and Few and Far can’t wait to get back again and paint again. Pura Vida!

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@URSULAXYOUNG / @KAZILLATHEVANILLAGORILLA

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Block Party

This Saturday JUNE 4th!!

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R and S street Alley near Round Corner.

Mid-town Sacramento CA

11am-7pm

Thank you to our sponsors!

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Sisters Of Shred

We are at it again with another Few& Far All-Female Skateboard Jam!!
Free Event, Every woman wins, Best trick contest and gift bags!

We are currently looking for sponsors if interested please email us at Info@Fewandfarwomen.com 

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At (Power Inn) Granite Skate Park

8200 Ramona Ave, Broadway, Sacramento CA 95814

@FEWANDFARWOMEN

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Solo exhibition by Ursula Xanthe Young

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Ursula X. Young grew up in the green rural dales of Northern England and has studied art in New York, Florence, Vermont, Oslo, and London. After graduating from Parsons School of Design (BFA Illustration 1996), she moved to San Francisco’s Lower Haight district and spent nearly a decade there. Following a stint in Alaska, Ursula has settled in Grass Valley CA, where she now lives and works.
Fire And Water will be on exhibit from May 7 through June 13, 2016 at Luna Rienne Gallery, 3318 22nd Street near Valencia in San Francisco. Formerly known as fabric8, Luna Rienne features visual artists working in contemporary mediums who integrate elements of urban culture with traditional techniques.
The opening reception will be held on Saturday, May 7, from 6PM until 9PM.

For further information, please contact Olivia Ongpin, olivia@lunarienne.com, or 415.647.5888, and visit the website at http://lunarienne.com

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Meet our girl Imagine

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Sneha Shrestha is an artist and educator from Kathmandu, Nepal. Sneha “IMAGINE” Shrestha has established herself as Nepali artist painting in the streets meshing the Nepali alphabet with inspiration from the Boston graffiti scene. Imagine has redefined the Nepali alphabet and given it a new identity through graffiti.

Being the first to mesh American Graffiti with Nepali Alphabets, she has shown her work in several exhibitions, commissioned works and public walls around the world including Boston, Oakland, Bali, Istanbul and Miami. She has worked on projects for Trip Advisor, Red Bull and Neiman Marcus. Her works can be described as thoughtful yet irreverent pieces, marrying the beauty of an elegant script with the droll text she often incorporates into her canvases.

Sneha has been accepted to the Harvard Graduate School of Education to receive her Masters in Education.

She established Nepal’s first Children’s Art Museum to provide a creative space where children and youth can get hands-on art experience and are encouraged to express themselves creatively. Children’s Art Museum of Nepal is the first of its kind space in Nepal.
See some of her work for sell @ 1XRun.com

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