I was asked recently by the ThinkBakery blog to do an interview. It’s live now! And to quote the opening of the interview: I have had the pleasure of lots of email correspondence with successful self-employed artist Jessica Doyle. I posted about her on Design Milk, and she went above and beyond my “Do” list. […]
This a personal note to myself that I am progressing. You are welcome to read and comment. I edited and updated the original list which can be found here. I was commissioned back in January to paint four paintings (by a person who wishes to remain anonymous) or as one large painting that depicts the […]
The beanstalks were drawn by hand in pen right before they vectorized.! These three beanstalks will be available in my ART SHOP on April 26, 2008 as a print. Until then have a visit to it! Enjoy! Related: Womyn Artists: Paperbullet, Wagonized and Breeze. :: :: :: :: :: :: :: :: :: ::
Title – The beanstalk. Medium – pilot G-tec C4 pen on Fabriano acid-free paper Artists statement – Fear is the only thing that guides us sometimes. Fear ignites our souls into hyperdrive; all racing to our final destinations.
Went to see BodyWorlds last weekend at Science World. The ribs appeared as sliced turkey adhered to bone. Lungs black, steel white or thinly sliced tar flecs a sisxteenth of an inch thick visible to the naked eye. This plastination of human origin indeed were so, these maniquins but a small fanciful taste to this […]
Once a talking head began to write: Wait, wait for the moment to come Stand up, stand up and take my hand Believe, believe in mystery Love love love love is simple as 1-2-3 I’m a know-it-all, I’m smartest man around That’s right, you learn real fast through the smartest girl in town Here come […]
Last night I placed all the images below in sequence. The images were created using either Kroma Acrylic, a Pilot G-tec C4 pen, a Micron 005 pen, paper, canvas, varnish and/or a combination of those mediums including paintbrushes of varying sizes. They have all been either scanned or photographed digitally. It looks nice sometimes when […]
And you don’t know where you’ll end up until you take that leap of faith. Last July life got a whole lot busier for me. I began working more at the City Market producing and selling art at the stall and Chris became a full-time parent overnight. Our lives changed instantly as Chris scrambled to […]