Sunday, April 5, 2015

Booking NOW for Spring and Summer 2015


ArtyPantz Interactive Theatrical Storytelling Events! 

Call 610-644-8088 or email artistvo@artypantz.com NOW to book for the upcoming seasons. Spring months are fairly open at this point, but summer is filling up quickly. There is some availability in June,  July is just about completely filled, and there are a few dates left in August. Click HERE for more information on all the different stories to choose from. Each one has a matching craft too.

Farmer Puppets after Dig! Plant! Water! Sunshine! Love! How Does Our Garden Grow?

Farmers with watering cans in Dig! Plant! Water! Sunshine! Love! 
How Does Our Garden Grow? 
Groundhogs attacking the garden in
Dig! Plant! Water! Sunshine! Love! 
How Does Our Garden Grow?

Fire Ants in Hooray 4 Bugs!
Making Puppets Afterwards in
 The Capture and Return of Bald Beatrice
the Baby Mermaid
Admiral Giddy-up, a shark and Bald Beatrice in
Admiral Giddy-up and The Seahorse Brigade to the Rescue

Come Join the Rainbow
Yellow is the color of sunshine in
Come Join the Rainbow

Give a Dime in Holy Mackerel the fishing boat
 with Pirates and their parrots in  
The Capture and Return of Bald Beatrice the Baby Mermaid

Making rainbow lollipops after
Come Join the Rainbow
Making Seahorse Puppets after
Admiral Giddy-up and The 
                                   



Bug Wands from Hooray 4 Bugs!
Click HERE for more information on each story.

Monday, January 26, 2015

Woman With Rooster

We are hunkering down out here on the East Coast for a big winter snowstorm.
This picture was taken outside, so there are a couple of snowflakes here and there.


Woman with Rooster
Acrylic on Canvas 30 x 40


close up

Thursday, January 22, 2015

Fox in the Garden


Fox in the Garden
Acrylic on canvas 40 x 30


Fox in the Garden close up
Acrylic on canvas 40 x 30


Fox in the Garden close up
Acrylic on canvas 40 x 30


Sunday, January 11, 2015

Liberty Carriage House in Phoenixville featuring Wearable Art by Victoria O'Neill



I am no longer selling my wearable art, etc directly. We recently moved and my new art studio is in the process of being built in part of the barn underneath our house!, so really don't have anywhere to spread out to work.

I am starting on a series of fine art acrylic paintings inspired by birds in folk art all over the world. Stay tuned for all that. :)  Once the studio is done, everything will be available directly from the studio, including art workshops for all ages! I plan to apply and hopefully be accepted into the Chester County Studio Tour when I'm ready.

In the meantime, you can go to Liberty Carriage House at 176 Bridge Street in Phoenixville PA (610-360-8080) and find a limited supply of my one of a kind wearable art hooded scarves with matching fingerless gloves, wool fingerless gloves, pin cushions and wearable collage art shoulder bags, plus bee necklaces.......

Liberty Carriage House is a beautiful store, and features comfortable elegant upscale clothes from unique, talented designers plus jewelry/accessories and unique random vintage findings for your home.




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Thursday, January 1, 2015

Beautiful Inspired/Inspiring Anthem for 2015

This is such a beautiful video. The internalization of the concept of the oneness of humankind is the key to our future.

Music composed and produced by Ali Youssefi 
Text from the Bahá’í Sacred writings


 “Unite and bind together the hearts, join in accord all the souls........
..........Make these faces radiant through the light of Thy Oneness........



Sunday, December 21, 2014

Gingerbread House Auction at The Colonial Theater in Phoenixville





Here is a GingerBird House for the Phoenixville charity Gingerbread House Silent Auction following "It's a Wonderful Life" at The Colonial Theater today Sunday Dec 21st.

Volunteers create one of a kind houses to benefit
The Clinic, offering health care for the area's uninsured or underinsured. Last year's auction raised $750.

So, if you are in the area, stop by and see this, and other houses. Pick your favorite and make a bid!



Friday, December 12, 2014

Template to Make Articulated Winter Gnome Paper Puppets

Making gnomes is a fun project for all ages.  Download the template then print on card stock. Color, cut out, add paper fasteners, tape or use staples to attach the arms and legs. Then tape a popsicle stick to the back, and Ta Da!

Small paper fasteners can be found in the scrapbooking aisle at Michaels. There are 100 in a box for around two dollars.  Note: JoAnn's does not seem to carry them any more.

Click on the link below to download the template from Google Documents 

 (Directions are on the template too.)


The gnomes pictured below on the left, in front of the template were created by elementary aged kids. 
The gnome on the right was made by a preschooler.






The gnomes in these photographs were made using the full size 8 1/2 x 11" paper. 
If you want to make smaller gnomes just select two images to a page when you print.
Please feel free to share this with whoever you think may enjoy it. 

BOOKING NOW FOR WINTER 2015

Bring some magic into your school, library, party etc  with the delightful Going on a Sleigh Ride Interactive Theatrical Storytelling Event. It's the cutest show ever! Children dress up as winter animals and climb into the expanding sleigh. The sleigh won't move until everyone is in!



Afterwards they make a cardinal puppet to take home.

Call 610-644-8088 or email Victoria at artistvo@artypantz.com

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