I know, I know. It’s been far too long.
I am having a hard time making myself round up content and sit here to lay it out for those mystery few that my come by to visit. Rather, I update my instagram more frequently instead. Follow along on the app for less sparse happenings.
For now, here are a few of my posts showing some work that’s being done:
More eventually. :)
Or, maybe they’re sweethearts.
A recent piece I finished featuring three of the most fashion-forward coyotes you’ll ever meet.
Completed on 8×10 bristol stock with graphite and watercolor. Currently available in my shop.
I was invited to be a part of R&R Gallery Project’s group exhibit in L.A. titled “Jack”. It took place last weekend and this was my contribution:
“John Joseph ‘Jack’ Nicholson”; gone a little Victorian; 5×7 & mixed media. SOLD.
She’s my version of Tim Burton’s doll character from The Nightmare Before Christmas, and she’s going to hang in the group Halloween exhibit with Mod a Go Go that opens Friday October 18th.
Turns out, Sally has already sold! Thank you!
She was created with mixed media and measures 5×7 inches. Sally with hang with Mod until early November before being shipped off to her new home, so you can still see her in person if you aren’t able to make it to the exhibit opening.
I’ll be back with more soon. For now, I’m off to crunch some autumn leaves underfoot.
I made this set of three Halloween Girlies for the group exhibit with Blonde Grizzly and Urban Vintage, with an opening night of Friday October 18th. Each girl measures 5×7, was set in a black frame, and was completed with mixed media (including some of my favorite gold Pearlex powder for shimmer). They were all created with inspiration from 1920’s dames and traditional tattoos (and Halloween spooks, of course!).
The show will hang into November, so if you can’t make it to opening night I hope you’ll visit Urban Vintage soon to check out the body of work for the show which includes several awesome local artists. More on these girls coming soon!
Hello all! For those that made it out to the ‘Salt of the Earth’ group show at Blonde Grizzly on September 20th (or since), I say thank you! There was a great turnout and the evening made for a very nice end-of-summer gallery stroll.
The following six ladies were my contribution to the exhibit:
“Kuma”, or “Bear”..
“Kitsune”, or “Fox”..
“Neko”, or “Cat”..
“Nezumi”, or “Mouse”..
“Usagi”, or “Rabbit”..
..and “Araiguma”, or “Raccoon”.
Kemonomimi means “Animal Ears” in Japanese, and was first given to anime and manga girls sporting critter ears. Each one was created with a mix of chalk pastel, colored pencil, graphite, and/or watercolor on printmaking paper. They all float centered in ivory frames, and their paper size measures 8.5 x 12.5 inches. They will be on exhibit until the end of September before coming back home, so be sure to stop in Blonde Grizzly soon to see them in person.
Please also be in touch if you are interested in adopting any of the Kemonomimi Girls!