I'm very excited to have received the poster marketing for my upcoming exhibition. I provided an image of me to be posted on a digital slide with my Artist Bio and was surprised the design team chose to use this image for the event’s advertising (as opposed to my artwork). I know my artwork can... Continue Reading →
Regular sounds that make my heart feel happy: • .Crisp leaves crunching under my feet •. The low annoyed grumble Soup makes when I bump her with my legs when she is trying to sleep • .Rain against the roof as I fall asleep at night • Pen writing quickly on paper • .The tip-tap... Continue Reading →
While attempting to appreciate the effortless beauty surrounding me daily, (and my weirdo love of making lists), I've created lists of ordinary sights, sounds, etc. that just make me happy. They remind to stay present and mindful of the moment. I experience so many simple things on a regular basis that make me genuinely happy,... Continue Reading →
Mid-February was the deadline for my second postcard exchange with my arty college friends and a couple new art acquaintances. I was a little slower getting my postcards finished and mailed this time, than I was for our previous exchange. However, I had just as much fun making them. These ten are more similar in... Continue Reading →
I know it has been about a month since my Week Eleven artist date, and I have yet to post my update from reading Week Eleven in The Artist’s Way. My delay may appear to be a lack of interest in Cameron’s book. In reality, several artistic possibilities are coming to fruition quite abruptly and... Continue Reading →
A five-page article and nine works from my Seven Social Sins series featured in the Collagista. To download the PDF of the full issue, to submit works, or to check out other collage artists visit the Collagista's wordpress blog.
Clocks/clock hands: Time is bizarre. It isn’t really tangible. Yet time is always there, we all use it, need it, and it constantly dictates our lives. Time can move so incredibly fast (Time flies when you are having fun. It's completely cliché, but true.) In turn, time can feel as if it is lingering... Continue Reading →