I get a lot of similar questions asked about my process and I thought it would be great to start sharing them here on my blog! Here is installment number one: What size do you like to work at and why? The short answer to this question is 11x14 inches, but short answers don’t make … Continue reading Artist Q&A: Preferred Artwork Size
When I started writing for COLORED PENCIL Magazine in 2016, I would have been happy if it had lasted even a couple months nevermind almost 4 years! Fast forward to now and I have a new book coming out that is a "Best of" collection of the articles I've written for the magazine in that … Continue reading My Best of Q&A Book is Coming!
Hey Everyone! This year is coming to a close and with that, my final Artsnacks box review for 2018. It's been an awesome year of getting these boxes, trying new things with different products and most of all challenging myself to create drawings with products and colors I may not have normally put together. Whether … Continue reading Artsnacks December Review
Hey Everyone! Isn't it hard to believe there are less than 2 months left in 2018? I'm not sure where the time has gone, but I know that many things have occurred to make this a really special year for me. I'm especially grateful for all of the new art supplies I have been turned … Continue reading Artsnacks November Review
Hey Everyone! October was Art Supply Christmas at my house with an influx of packages containing all the little items that make my heart so very happy. With an almost two week vacation and some other commitments, however, *cough cough Inktober* Someone had to wait their turn to be tested out and sadly it was this … Continue reading Artsnacks October Box Review
Hey Everyone! I have some exciting news to share with about a project I've been working over the last month. I partnered with American art supply store chain Jerry's Artarama and COLORED PENCIL Magazine to create a mixed media demo using products from the SoHo Urban Artist line of products. These products are available exclusively … Continue reading SoHo Urban Artist Project