I had sketched an idea back in May of a compass, moon, and tree. It took a different direction and I ended up abandoning it all together. At a friend’s Halloween party I had a few comments about how I need to print it. But I wasn’t happy, it wasn’t complete. With new-found […]
Too much time goes between each blog post, but I find that I am far more active on Instagram. As with most social media it’s right there all the time and more easier to post and know that *someone* saw my post. But here is an update on what I have been working on. Since […]
Sunflowers are by far my favorite flower, I have several occasions where I’ve felt this connection to them and where I was (am) at the time. So when I saw the field of sunflowers so close to home I was beyond happy. I visited them daily. Walking through the field and among the bees pollinating […]
Saturday was a fun adventure at the Oliver St. Art Festival in North Tonawanda hosted by Project308. I got to meet and chat with many people and fellow artists and share what I love to do – create art for people to enjoy! I am also so lucky to have shared this day with my […]
I am excited to have completed this lino cut. I had some motivational troubles with this one because I wasn’t convinced it would torn out the way I imagined in my head. It didn’t. But that is entirely alright in the end. It is part of the process to see things trough, something I am […]
Watching sea lions flip and swim around each other showing off their aquatic acrobatics to visitors at the Buffalo Zoo is the source of my inspiration for this piece. It started with a late night (quick) line drawing of a couple sea lions and ended up becoming a lino cut printed with a distressed effect […]
Whoa, It’s been a while since I updated my blog! Bear with me as this might be a bit random. I’ve been working on a few projects at once while also keeping a full time job and some what of a social life? So I neglect my blog a little. Sorry blog. Some exciting news […]
Various photos of buildings and things during the summer in downtown Buffalo. Almost every building in this city is covered in details that help make Buffalo so unique and beautiful. The history of each building is also just as diverse its architectural styles and neighborhoods.
Exploring the unexplored. I love that around every corner is something wonderful to see and a place I have not been. If I haven’t found something worth sharing from any adventure, I haven’t lived up to my own expectations and love of the world around me.