This winter has been all about cactuses for me. I had three great opportunities to draw cactuses, one leading to the next, leading to the next. I started with the cactuses above, done for bags gifted to the Museum Store Association (did you know there was such a thing??) Western Chapter conference hosts, the PhoenixContinue reading “The Year of the Cactus”
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The weather hasn’t started changing yet, not really (I think it hit 90 degrees yesterday) but I can’t help but get excited when the fall season approaches. It’s not just about the cooler weather; it’s the changing colors of the trees and subtle shifts of the sunlight as the days grow shorter and the sunContinue reading “Changing Seasons”
Just one of several new little guys I’m working on for an upcoming project. Sometimes you want to make things that are graceful, elegant, refined. Other times, you just need to draw a chubby little tiger who likes baseball!
Love Is In The Air
My first completed artwork of 2019! I recently turned 30, which has filled me with mixed emotions. What did I expect my life would be like at this point? Am I satisfied with how things are? Am I at peace with the path I’m on? What needs to change? Having my birthday right next toContinue reading “Love Is In The Air”
The South Pasadena Arts Crawl
I recently got the opportunity to make this season’s South Pasadena Arts Crawl poster! I love that the posters are always done by local artists, and a great variety of art is always featured. After a little brainstorming back and forth with the art director, we hit upon this idea- something that celebrates women’s historyContinue reading “The South Pasadena Arts Crawl”