You can now buy my art on masks. What a weird time to be alive? I’ve had the designs up for awhile now. I never really thought several months ago that we would be in global pandemic. Enough time has passed that it’s become “the new normal” and masks are slowly becoming more commonplace. I’m... Continue Reading →
I taught a painting class this semester and one of the materials that were used was water soluble oil paints. Having never used the paints before, I was a little intimidated by the possible learning curve. I actually bought a set for myself and because of this intimidation factor, I never touched the paints for... Continue Reading →
So if you have been following my blog, you know that I have been taking classes/workshops with the Adobe Education Exchange. I've had a Creative Cloud subscription for about a year and I wanted to learn all the programs that come with it. It's been great to learn the basics in a class setting. Every... Continue Reading →
Annnnnnnddddd I'm back! I didn't mean for there to be a hiatus, but summer has a way of siphoning my time. I'm making up for this by posting weekly for the next few weeks in order to catch up! In the meantime, I have finally launched my store! You can purchase older orginal paintings and... Continue Reading →
I have a bad habit. I have a passion for starting projects. The idea stage is so thrilling. The execution of the idea... not so much. Work is hard (duh!), and I get bogged down by the process. There have been several paintings where I've done this for one reason or another. Sometimes other demands... Continue Reading →
Last month I gave a preview of what's to come, a new painting! For March, I have a painting included in La Bodega's Venus Exhibition, which was very exciting to be a part of last year. This year was no different.
It's a new year and it's already February. I meant to post last week, but I've been busy working on my new goals the past few weeks/months. So far, it's a slog, but I'll get to that. Practice makes perfect?A few years ago, I listened to an art podcast where the interviewer talked about how... Continue Reading →