Hello beautiful friends and family,

I am excited to share an interview that I did with Loraine Morrill of iHeart Radio last week! It was fun to share some thoughts behind the purpose of my music and art. I have been thinking more about spaces I want my art to exist in and what I want it to contribute to those spaces. I am still musing on this idea and will have more to share in a coming email, but am excited to share this clip in the meantime.

It was especially inspiring to hear the story of Nikki Powerhouse- a fellow artist and performer- who will be performing along with me and a number of other amazing ladies at the Barnes THIS Friday, September 21st, sharing excerpts from her solo show "I AM". Here her full circle story in the interview below. *Phew- such a story!* The show will include acrobatics, dance, drums, theater and music. Get your $10 ticket for this action, heart and movement filled night HERE and show up and out for the evening! 

iHeart Radio w/ Nikki Powerhouse & Vessna Scheff 
Looking at your Fall calendar? Let's link up at one of these events!Sep. 21 // 8-11PM :: Artist Bash Showcase @ The Barnes Foundation
Sep. 22 // 2-5PM :: Botanical Watercolor Workshop @ Vault +Vine Co. (My DREAM LOCATION for this workshop!)
Sep. 28 // 8PM :: Open Studio & House Show Fundraiser for Aspiring Young Artists @ 18th & Wharton
Sep. 29 // 11AM-5PM :: Go West Craft Fest @ The Woodlands
Sep. 29 // House Show @ Private Residence in Mt. Airy
Oct. 4 // 8PM :: Headlining the night w/ Brittany Ann and Jackson Emmer @ Bourbon & Branch
Oct. 6 // 6-9PM :: SOLO Gallery Opening & Single Release for New Collection :: WAVZ @ Urban Art Gallery
Oct. 13 // Post Studio Tour @ Glen Foerd (Come see the large installation piece in progress that I am creating on for this residency! Along with work by other amazing Artists in Residence like Karina Puente :D)

It's also the last week to reserve your seat for my Botanical Watercolor Workshop this weekend at Vault + Vine. There are just 2 seats left! Above is a preview of what our set up will look like. Look at that cute little baby Fiddle Leaf Fig!! Ah. So tiny. Ricky pointed out that the one in our house could now qualify as a tree- it has gotten so big since we brought it home haha. *sniffflesofproundplantparents* They grow up so fast! Come explore a mini taste of the tropics in the greenhouse and create your own botanical watercolor painting!


Vessna Scheff