Sunday, April 21, 2013

Another Journal Page

I'm still trying to finish this art journal. I think I have 7 pages left. This was inspired by my love for books.

I also made some bookmarks that are available in my shop


Friday, April 19, 2013

Homage To The Quirky-Art Journal Page

I wanted to do a sort of funky, quirky girl in my art journal. It is a pretty simple page I only used paint, ink, graphite and a little stamping.

Here she is. The quote is "You're Off to great places. Today is your day. You're mountain is waiting, so get on your way."- Dr. Seuss

Have a great weekend!!

Thursday, April 11, 2013

Creative Adventure-Art Journal Page Video

I have been practicing making videos!! Here is another one called "Creative Adventure." I hope you like it and subscribe to my channel.
Here are some pictures!!
Please comment, so I know you are out there!! :)

Monday, April 8, 2013

The Greatest Commandment-Video (YAY)

I'm so excited to share my latest video with you. I did one previously, but that was over a year ago. Feel free to subscribe to my youtube channel, because I plan on making more!

Let me know what you think. I'm still working on learning to edit and lighting issues, but it is a start.



Monday, April 1, 2013

Trying to Finish up a Journal

I have been working hard in my Art Journal!! I want to finish this one so I can start a new one. I'm sort of sick of this one. I'm not sure why, but I just want to start fresh, do you ever feel that way? I think I am going to make a smaller one next time, because I am also sick of this size (it is a 9x12). This feeling of fickleness (is that a word?) is exactly how I am as an artist. I cannot stick to one style. I get easily bored and want to try all types of styles, mediums etc. People have told me that they can spot my style, but I still don't feel like I have honed in on one style. I guess my portraits are sort of recognizable, but everything else is different. As artists, do we have to have one style? I'm not so sure. I love to try new things and take different classes. It keeps me fresh.

Speaking of classes, I recently took the class Art of Spring with Junelle Jacobsen. Have you seen her work? I am smitten with her simple yet captivating style. She paints a lot of animals because she works on a farm and is inspired by them. I decided to take her class because I wanted to branch out and do something different. I want to learn to draw other things like animals. The class was really fun and I am still working on some of the projects. It took me back to when I was a little girl and used to visit my Grandparent's farm. Both of my Grandparents are gone now, but I somehow felt re-connected with them through this art process. Especially my Grandmother who just loved animals (especially cows). Here are a few pieces I did from the class.

Hope you all had a joyful Easter!! I am off to work on that Art Journal!