Wine Swirl at Down Town Tyler

I had the pleasure of being one of the featured artist attractions during my city's 2nd annual Win Swirl! There were many wineries from the surrounding area, local restraints, and artist set up in venues for the guests to enjoy. I painted live, and debuted my wine inspired series.    I managed to get a… Continue reading Wine Swirl at Down Town Tyler

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

20 tiny Art cards

20 tiny watercolors, for an art swap I never attended back in 2013. I needed 30 to join the fun, and alas I waited till the last min.  I wanted to revisit them and share them with you all. I still have a few in my possession (on my inspiration shelf). I hid several around… Continue reading 20 tiny Art cards

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.

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.