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FAME LIVE (March 29th, 2014)

In Art, Business, Jun E events on March 25, 2014 at 1:55 pm

 F.A.M.E. Fayetteville 2nd Annual Art Show: F.A.M.E. Live!
Saturday, March 29th 7:30 – 11:00pm @ SkyView on Hay St.

Artist: Taste of Cake

Artist: Taste of Cake

FAYETTEVILLE – Celebrate the arts with us on Saturday, March

Artist: Lisa Lofthouse

Artist: Lisa Lofthouse

29th at SkyView on Hay: 121 Hay St. Fayetteville, NC 28301. F.A.M.E. Fayetteville will host its 2nd annual art show and celebration. The show will feature a number of performance and visual artists from North Carolina and all over the world.

The theme of this year’s show is “Live!” as we celebrate

Artist: Tiya Caniel

Artist: Tiya Caniel

Artist: PinkLoMein

Artist: PinkLoMein

performance and visual arts in their rawest form. The show will feature Syrian born, NC based dancer Hayat Bellydance, Fayetteville’s own Radio Box and visual artists such as Charity Hamidullah (AKA: Taste of Cake), Lisa Lofthouse, Ashely “Pinklomein” Price, Reddick Mack and more. All visual artists will be showing and selling their original artwork.

Artist: Reddick Mack

Artist: Reddick Mack

“F.A.M.E.” stands for Fashion Art Music & Entertainment and is the Jun E Caniel FAME brainchild of Fayetteville, NC residents Tiya Caniel, Jay Caniel and Eean Tyson. The purpose of F.A.M.E. is to foster art in the local community by providing opportunities for artists of different medium to gain exposure and further build relationships with the community. “F.A.M.E. Live!” will be one of those opportunities. This show will introduce artists and the Fayetteville community to one another in a way that will open the door for more cultural happenings to take place in the future.

Admission tickets are $10 prepaid or $15 at the door. The dress is smart casual.
The show will take place at SkyView, 121 Hay Street Fayetteville, NC 28301 Tickets and sponsorships may be purchased by calling 334-332-5598 or 980-395-9232 or visiting
themarquisslam.ticketleap.com/fame-live/ online.

To learn more visit http://www.jcaniel.com/#!blank/c1u06 or call us at 980-395-9232

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Coming Undone…

In Art, Daily Inspiration, Jun E Caniel Conversation Series, JUN E LOVE, Thoughts on January 18, 2014 at 5:51 pm

“She’s Come Undone/She Was Open” is a piece that probably took me 5 hours total over a 3-4 year period.  I started out painting a canvas that was covered in masking tape in some areas.  The tape was peeled off and I began adding pieces as ideas for what this piece would be crowded my head.  A few strips of sandpaper here, the zipper of from a skirt there…The possibilities are always endless when starting a piece.  Rarely do I know ahead of time what the end product will be, and this is part of the fun and frustration sometimes. Lol…there’s usually at least a concept in mind, so I take that and gather some materials that I think would be fun to experiment with and then have at it.  It is very liberating to let your creative spirit guide you as you play and try different techniques.  The same can be said about life.

20140116_112702 The story behind “She’s Come Undone/She Was Open” :

This piece is about a woman who is usually guarded and cold falling in love with someone for the first time.  It is unexpected and surprisingly blissful.  At times, she is unsure of how to embrace this experience. Her lover has opened her heart in a way that she never dreamed was possible.

It isn’t just about falling in love, though.  It is also about finding our passion in life…finding our way and allowing ourselves to be in love with ourselves AND life.  I pray that we all will find the experiences, places, and people who make us come undone and leave us breathless.  For me, one of those things is creating.  I am learning to let my guard down and just embrace the flow of love while I am in my bliss.  It’s all love…

Peace,

T. Caniel

 

 

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