drunkenmermaid.com would like to thank our contributors and viewers for a great first month back! April is shaping up to be an eventful month for us:
This week, look for our rolling feature on actor Chris Davis to continue – after which we have Opera Company of Philadelphia and novelist R.B. Wood, just to name a few! And the 500 dollar Battle of the Bands is now open – see the Contests page for deals.
Original 2004 webmaster (and designer of our tavern logo) Colin Develin of Wahnsinn will be taking over the look and feel of the site, so expect some big improvements.
In the meantime, we are pleased to share another mural by Emily Sophia – “Venetian Waterway.” It measures 5’X15′, is painted on a brick surface, and was commissioned by a restaurant in Raleigh. Emily Sophia was only given 1.5 days to complete it. We love the end result.
All the best and looking forward to a great April – The Eds.
Today we conclude our first feature on Emily Sophia Van Binsbergen. drunkenmermaid.com would like to thank Emily Sophia for providing her magnificent artwork and agreeing to be our first featured artist since we’ve returned. We hope you’ve enjoyed this run as much as we have. For more works by Emily Sophia, check out Yellow in Green on facebook. If you would like to commission work by Emily Sophia, feel free to contact email@example.com and we’ll forward your email on to her (we’re not middle men, we don’t take a cut – we just support our artists any way we can).
Coming up we have features on James Morrow, Chris Davis, Secret Pants, and Decade…and who knows, maybe YOU. In the meantime, we give you one last Emily Sophia gem: Sweet Potato Still Life, 2007:
We now begin a brief run of Emily Sophia’s photography, leading off with an image the East Coast hasn’t seen much of this year, but our friends in the UK and Europe are all too familiar with…this photo was taken in Chapel Hill, NC, in 2010.