I just wanted to thank everyone that has supported me and my work. I have been working many years to try to become a better artist and I appreciate those of you who have been with me on that journey to whatever capacity. I have been going through a more introspective stage in my life which is very different from where I was even a few short months ago. I have found that the person I am becoming is much happier without art being my primary focus in my life. I will not be posting on social media any more, but I may occasionally still post up on this page what I am working on in the future. You can still contact me via this site or email email@example.com Cheers!
Be kind to yourself, be kind to others and be kind to planet earth!
Hello 2018! I wanted to announce that I will be doing some artwork live at the Palace Art Market on Frenchmen Street in NOLA across from d.b.a.! If you are visiting this site for the first time and you saw my work at the art market and wanted to find out more about commission prices and sizes available click here or find the commission page in the site menu above. Cheers!
I just wanted to add a post wishing you all a most joyous and peaceful holiday! Looking forward to 2018 with love and hope. Remember to be kind to yourself, be kind to others and be kind to planet earth!
I am going to start posting my small, inexpensive ($150-$100) paintings for sale on my Art for Sale page, starting with the lead singer of one of my favorite bands The Cure’s Robert Smith. Stay tuned for more small paintings from some of my favorite TV shows, Cartoons, Movie characters, etc., well as small Big eyed gal paintings, Dreamy Goddesses, and other stuff I normally paint. If you want commissions of particular subjects by me consult the Commission page! Enjoy!
Since my last post I have been in a process of changing my diet and athletic training to lose weight because I was having more and more issues with back pain trying to paint and I thought dropping some pounds would maybe help. I am currently about 45 pounds lighter since winter 2016 but I am still finding it hard to stand or sit to work on a painting for anything longer than 15 or 20 minutes at a time, which was becoming increasingly frustrating to me. As of a few months ago i began trying to paint lying in bed, and though i found it more comfortable I had a hard time not making a total mess of my bed. Enter my new Sienna Plein Air mobile painting studio (pictured in first pic) which I finally received in the mail a few days ago, and I am back to work again. I have much more control of the angle of the canvas, which is great, and my paint palette and brush tray nice and close to my painting surface. I will be doing less larger work in the future so that is a bit of a change I will have to accept, but I guess I’ll just have to live with that reality for now. I do intend to do more plein air painting as well with this gear but am psyched how much this set up is helping in my studio.