Wednesday, October 24, 2012

The time has come.

The time for me to leave this place.

I've been secretly working on a new art blog space to abandon this one.
So long blogspot.  It's been real swell.
Maybe our paths will cross again one funny day.

Enough drama.  Here it is folks.


Friday, April 13, 2012


What low self-esteem looks like

I can hear the birds falling
For my soul sister, Hilary

Brain waves

Tuesday, March 6, 2012

Scrambled veins and bleeding ink

Sometimes when I'm anxiously scribbling, I like to see each line as a vein as its own. And each vein has ink that bleeds when it's cut. Bleeding from the sharp point of my pen nib; sucks the ink dry and spatters all over the canvas.

Monday, February 27, 2012

Everything is okay.

Seriously. Make a friend happy. Hold their hand. Holding hands is the best.

Thursday, January 19, 2012

Rainbow Liquids

Here's a series of rainbows I did for fun. Rainbow is my favorite color.

Saturday, January 14, 2012

Over the moon again

A dream-like piece I did for one of my classes last semester. It was a hell of a lot of fun to paint. I got to experiment with mixing different mediums together; I've learned that gouache, watercolor, and inks go together like baking cupcakes.

My original concept was gonna be a sequence sort-of thing, but my professor wasn't really into it.

And so forth, the one piece was created! Blessings to the beautiful universe.

Tuesday, January 3, 2012

We Are the 99%!

Completed for my mentor project last semester. My mentor, Kat Hudson ( gave me an assignment where I had to illustrate an event flyer. I chose to do Occupy Wall Street, as it's something I'm in full support of and strongly believe in.

The individual people represent the 99%, and the demon spewing money represents the 1%. This was made as a collage using watercolor, and numerous hours of cutting out each individual person.
I had to edit some things in photoshop. For example, a strand of my hair got stuck under all that glue which was impossible to take out. But other than photoshopping my hair out and some color-fixing, it's all done traditionally.

P.S. It's 2012 now! How 'bout that? I hope everyone has been having their own fun shenanigans, and chaotic silly adventures in the first beginning days of the new year!