Whew! It’s been a while since I completed an artwork that wasn’t a demonstration artwork for my classroom. This piece was created for friends who had their baby back in August. I know, I am behind, right? Mom and dad both like retro themes and golf – so there you have the theme. You canContinue reading “Golf Baby Art”
The timing of my finger splint coming off lined up perfectly with the start of school. Due to the possibility of damage to the soft tissue, I had to wear the splint all day and all night for 7 weeks. I was able to start weaning off of it just before heading off on ourContinue reading “Window to a Birch Forest”
I haven’t made much as of lately. I did get the chance to cook up some ideas for my sister’s wedding save the date cards. I made and was not too thrilled about it and decided to go ahead and make two more and just let her decide on the favorite(s). She ended up usingContinue reading “Save the Date cards”
Transplanting from the North to teach in the south means a lot of unnecessary snow days. This is how I spent my snow day today: Bailey, oil pastel on paper, 9 x 12″, 2011. This drawing is of a friend’s miniature Yorkie and is a (very) belated birthday present. This has to be my favoriteContinue reading “Bailey Drawing”
Roo, oil pastel on paper, 8×10″, 2009. Mandy’s birthday present is finally completed. This is a drawing of her dog, Roo dressed as a present. I love this angle/pose because she looks regal.
Squirrel, oil pastel on paper, 9 x 12″, 2009. This drawing was Mary Elise’s birthday card/present this year. She mentioned a while back wanting an original CBH artwork, and since we both share a love for squirrels, I thought I would make her a squirrel. Mary Elise, I think first fell in love with theContinue reading “happy fat squirrel”