Category Archives: art
What is so exciting about a chair? Honestly, I have no idea but when I heard about a call to artists for “Chair: Group Art Show,” inspiration hit and I spent the whole week sketching, drawing, prepping my silk screens and getting to work! It had been years since I entered an art show and […]
What can be more free spirited than a butterfly? They have beauty, grace, flight, and weightlessness.
My boyfriend took me to the Museum of Science, primarily because I wanted to see the butterfly garden. There is something so freeing about sitting in a room, surrounded by flowers and dancing butterflies. For most of the time, I sat like a statue and it wasn’t long before those free spirits began to land […]
While they litter every classroom floor in America, stamps are not just for kids. They have a long history of practical and artistic use. From an early form of printing to the canvasses of local artists today, the stamp’s significance reaches far beyond the arts and crafts aisle at Target. STAMPS: A Brief History Stamps […]
Making a self portrait is easy. The sun isn’t going to suddenly set while trying to paint a landscape, the butterfly isn’t going to fly away in the middle of your sketch…You aren’t going anywhere. All you need is mirror! I’ve been drawing/painting self portraits for years, mostly because it allows me to see myself in different […]
I think everyone (during Highschool) wanted to make a web comic. I remember reading Ctrl+Alt+Del and other daily comics religiously everyday thinking “Hey, I could do that” (no, no I couldn’t but i give myself an A for effort). My sophomore year, I really wanted to make a web comic or a graphic novel so I had all these sketches […]
I passed by a fenced in alley (part of the fence was torn) and I was drawn in by the red door. I fell in love with that window and that door, hidden behind boxes and bags of trash. The setting seemed to pop out of a book, a door that could lead to some […]