Sunday, November 15, 2015
Saturday, November 14, 2015
After missing CTN for the past couple years, I'll finally be coming back and even better, have a table at it! Leslie Strock and I will be sharing a table in Hall B, at Table T229. Check out this cute map Leslie put together just for the occasion!
I'll be selling prints of some of my favorite pieces and showing my portfolio for anyone interested. Leslie is selling some absolutely amazing prints and one of a kind paper cut out pieces. If you're going, stop by for a visit!
Wednesday, June 24, 2015
Here's my piece for the Red Dot Charity Auction from back in May. It was hard to pick a subject! Chuck Jones' shorts were always my favorite Looney Tunes cartoons as a kid. For only showing up in a few shorts, Pussyfoot was one of those favorites. It's a mixed media painting and a whole lot of experimenting to get the look I was going for. I'm happy to say that she sold to some very nice people and I was happy that someone wanted to take her home!
Pussyfoot © Warner Bros.
Wednesday, April 29, 2015
Like art? Like people learning about art? Like Chuck Jones starting a center so people can learn about art? Show your support this Friday by attending the Red Dot Auction at the Chuck Jones Center for Creativity in Costa Mesa, CA!
I have a piece in the auction and will be there for both the preview night and the auction night, itself. Red Dot tradition dictates that all the paintings' artists be kept a mystery until after pieces are bought. If you want to find out what I created, you'll just have to go!
or wait until the auction is over and i post about it
Tickets are $25 and you can find out more info here: http://www.reddotauction.com/
Thursday, April 2, 2015
Wednesday, April 1, 2015
A little development piece for two characters from another of my story ideas, When in Chroma. The world they live in is influenced by various art movements from 20th century America. To best portray Cecily and Felix's childhood, I figured the dry brush, storybook style often influenced by Mary Blair's work in the 50's and 60's fit the best.