Top Sekret Project Revealed!

If you’ve been following my social media you’ll know I’ve been not so subtly hinting at a top sekret project. Well, after a week it’s time to unveil it. I’ve partnered up with the Ole Tapas Lounge food truck for a fun mural. It will be on display in Delaware and Pennsylvania. This girl, I’m going to name her Taurus, will be there for photo op’s for a donation benefiting charities at each event. If you spot her upload your pictures to her to Facebook for a chance to win an Ole Tapas Lounge gift card.

Here is the next upcoming event:

Sunday, September 11th: Maaco of Mayfair Charity Car Show in Philadelphia. Proceeds of donations to benefit Children’s Miracle Network.

More events with Taurus will be posted soon. Keeps your eye on my social media for more.

 

 

New Sketch + News!!

New sketch! She’s titled “Modern Art Girl.” She’s inspired by new wave fashion. modern-art-girl-watermarked

And on to the news. I’m working on a top sekret project in conjunction with Ole Tapas restaurant that will be shown at benefit events for Paws for People and Children’s Miracle Network. And that’s not all! This winter I’ll also be bringing exciting new silhouette and wine & watercolor classes to the libraries. Keep your eyes peeled (figuratively speaking, of course) here for more.

Dangerous Liaisons

A crayon and ink piece that began as a doodle turned into a fun collaboration with Euclidean Brewery. She became the basis of a label for Dangerous Liaisons, a hoppy saison.

Click through the photo gallery for images of the original piece and shots of the label.

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January: Month of Macabre

In January I worked furiously to complete the draw-a-day project to be featured at a local gallery for First Friday. Family health issues prevented me from being able to show the work. However, there are some pieces I really love, and I want to share. So without further adieu I present an online gallery show of some of my favorite pieces from my 31 Days of Macabre series. Each piece is 6×6 inches and was completed in a day.

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