Living Art-update-Summer 2015

Its been a few months since I finished my living art nest sculpture, and wanted to go check up on how it had transformed for the season. I was so thrilled with it's growth, and I cant wait to see how it looks in the Fall! It is also still an irresistible place for childlike… Continue reading Living Art-update-Summer 2015

Wind swept and sun kissed

The summer of 2012 My family took a trip to Crystal Beach, TX (just north or Galveston) and it was enchanting and more than relaxing! I made the mistake of somehow leaving any art supplies at home. By the end of the first day, I knew that I would not be satisfied with only taking… Continue reading Wind swept and sun kissed

Doughnut eating sharks, art, and Child Advocacy

My son Asher and I had the pleasure of being in an art show together! We both painted a painting specifically for it and also did a collaborative. It was so fun to come up with a theme, and plan out our colors and imagery together! I don't normally get a chance to give him… Continue reading Doughnut eating sharks, art, and Child Advocacy

Living art, addictions to pottery, and captured inspiration. Just a few things that have found me this year.

This semester has tuned into quite the challenge, but SO rewarding! I'm in the thick of finals, but have a moment to take a step back, and share with you my newest creations. Pottery! I'm obsessed! There is just something about drinking out of something I made from scratch that makes me want to create… Continue reading Living art, addictions to pottery, and captured inspiration. Just a few things that have found me this year.

Inspiration and Decisions

Where do ideas evolve into form? Ive been asking myself a lot of questions this past month, to figure this out. I have this small selection of thousands (yes litereally thousands!) of my photos Ive taken and a few photos others have taken. I am trying to decide which ones will become art. My big… Continue reading Inspiration and Decisions

Birthday painting party! Horse painting in a dark to light technique.

I had the pleasure of being asked to teach a birthday painting party! The birthday boy was one of my AWESOME students from last year. He wanted something a little difficult (so he had a fun challenge, and man did he accept and concur that challenge too!) so I came up with a horse painting… Continue reading Birthday painting party! Horse painting in a dark to light technique.