Ayeka, Mixed media, 9 x 12″, 2019. Ayeka? Where are you? The inspiration for the artwork comes from various things- my love for all things science and the art of diagrams, for one. The idea of skin and a barrier to outside forces, and a sermon on Ayeka, delivered via video conferencing, due to aContinue reading “Ayeka?”
Tag Archives: drawing
Postcard Project Day 14
Marker & ink pen. 2018.
Postcard Project Day 7
Original photograph (c. 2000) altered with Sharpie. 2018.
Postcard Project Day 4
Sharpie, watercolor, collage. 2018.
Boredom Buster Books
I finally got around to creating a set of small take-along binders for my two kids. They are forever wanting to be busy, constantly restless in restaurants, and my eldest is always wanting to write or draw something. Here is what my solution looks like: A half-sized, mini binder filled with pocket dividers, page protectorsContinue reading “Boredom Buster Books”
A book is a dream…
I make so many false starts when I make art. I don’t document then very often, as I usually recycle them, squish them, paint over them, or hand them off to my children to tear and cut up into collages. This time, I decided to give the false start away with the finalized artwork. IContinue reading “A book is a dream…”
Collaborative Turtle Drawing
My New Year’s Resolution of creating something at least once a week is chugging right along with great success. Both kids went down for a nap at the same time (!) yesterday, and I managed to get started on a still life drawing in color pencil, which I will show you at a later time.Continue reading “Collaborative Turtle Drawing”