TONIGHT – November 7th from 6 – 10 pm in Lexington, Kentucky on Bryan Avenue. Come See me and other lovely artists at The Night Market. I’m even going to have some mixed media prints for a change! Swing by and say hi! More details can be found here or on their Facebook page 🙂 AdvertisementsRead more "The Night Market – Tonight :)"
I mailed out the rest of these lovely coffee and ink prints yesterday – to Project Alianza – a project that provides coffee farming families agricultural education and access to fair markets – starting in Jinotega, Nicaragua. Check out their campaign link below for more info on how you can support this wonderful project and get […]Read more "Coffee and Ink Prints available – with support of Project Alianza!"
I recently finished some freelance work – completing an illustration for the cover of Catherine Valentine’s latest self published poetry collection titled Mothers and Daughters. This work is pushed towards my latest exploration in drawing, very stylized portraiture with this naive sense of youth and nostaglia. I’ve been straying away from the full page monochrome illustrations […]Read more "‘Mothers and Daughters’ Poetry Collection – Cover"
I’ve had the pleasure, over the past several months, to work with Adam Cantor on the artwork for his 3rd album “Sceyence”. The artwork was mixed media based with various techniques combined with drawing and digital work to create a 4 page + CD spread layout. It’s now finished and releases this month! Also – all […]Read more "Adam Cantor “Sceyence” – Album Artwork"
For the past several months I’ve been working with Project Alianza as a Lead Campaign artist. For those who are unfamiliar with Project Alianza, they are a “innovative program to help farming families improve their standard of living and preserve their land through access to fair buyers and agricultural education.” I created artwork made from recycled […]Read more "Project Alianza: Art, Coffee, Prosperity <3"
Dreams by definition are “a series of thoughts, images and sensations occurring in a person’s mind during sleep” and also “contemplate the possibility of doing something or that something might be the case” (these quotes brought to you by Google). But for me a dream is something we envision, something we hope for, something we work […]Read more "Dream a Dream worth Dreaming Of."
This past weekend I went to Asheville with my sister to celebrate my 25th birthday – Asheville being a city I always heard about, always appreciated as I drove through, but never spent more than a few hours in. I currently co-edit a website titled Beatlands, where I basically rant and discuss Art related topics…one […]Read more "Asheville Art Scene"