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!
Every now and again, life sails us into a storm. Despite our best efforts to keep our ship on a clear and safe path, sometimes the current is too strong. We have to surrender to the pull and do our best to come out on the other side as intact as possible. In the last … Continue reading WHERE THE BLOG HAVE I BEEN?
The concept of a gratitude journal isn't brand new but, it's not often talked about as a best practice for artists. I, like I'm sure many, have rolled my eyes at the thought of one assuming it would just be another task to add to my day that I didn't have time for. I've recently … Continue reading Taking Time for Gratitude
As artists, we’ve all had moments of self-doubt. Sometimes that doubt can be so consuming that it causes you to stop creating altogether. While it’s normal to feel have moments of uncertainty, being in a perpetual state of creative paralysis is a whole other thing. If you’re having trouble staying motivated with your art, there … Continue reading Staying Motivated
Hey Everyone! I recently did an interview on the Sharpened Artist Podcast with John Middick and Lisa Clough of Lachri Fine Art. The interview aired today and was so much fun! Many of you who have been following me here might not know how I got started with colored pencil or writing for Colored Pencil … Continue reading Sharpened Artist Podcast Interview
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