Happy Halloween! Now releasing my Drawlloween pieces for the Mab Graves Drawlloween Challenge 2020!
Getting into the Halloween vibe with The Bride.
Swatching Daniel Smith duochrome watercolors on black and white watercolor paper.
Squirrels. Some refer to them as “rats in trees.” In fact, one of my favorite movies, Inglorious Basterds includes this infamous speech from villain du jour, Col Landa, ” I purpose to you, any disease a rat could spread, a squirrel could equally carry. Yet I assume you don’t share the same animosity with squirrels thatContinue reading “New Custom Coaster Set- Gentlemen Squirrels!”
“Full Moon,” a small gouache painting. I dedicate this painting to the memory of George Floyd, who no longer has a voice, and to everyone who are suffering. It isn’t much, but here is a little moonlight in the darkness.
I’ve been spending the last week in my apartment in Delaware completing my library day job from a distance, annoying my chinchillas and fiance, and trying to stay sane. It’s been heartening to see the collective artistic community both locally and abroad connecting with one another. I attended my first virtual drink and draw lastContinue reading “A Very (Socially Distant) Check In”
A brand new vinyl sticker design is available in the shop! Flower of Naïveté is now in a bite sized version you can put on your car, messenger bag, hat, mug, or notebook. Want all the spooky girls? You can now get all 5 of my creepy girl stickers in a sticker pack. CLICK HEREContinue reading “New Sticker Design: Flower of Naïveté”
I’m busy cooking up new paintings. In the meantime, here is a spotlight on on a recent painting. “Honestly, if you’re given the choice between Armageddon or tea, you don’t say ‘what kind of tea?” ― Neil Gaiman “Spilled Tea” was a painting created for the Big Little Art Show in December 2019. The original isContinue reading “Spotlight on Spilled Tea”
When you’re a “maker” of any kind, the holidays are the best way to add special touches to gifting. For the past few years, I have created original artwork for holiday cards. This year, I got ambitious and created an acrylic painting on canvas that was featured on cards. My favorite part of creating thisContinue reading “Festivus for the Rest of Us!”
As I posted previously, I participated in the October 2019 Drawlloween challenge. There were daily prompts, but I chose to pick one prompt per week. I posted teaser images on my Instagram and Facebook, but I chose to release the finalized pieces in an online gallery here. The prompts I chose were “cryptid,” “pumpkin man”Continue reading “Drawlloween 2019 Gallery”