One of the things I am grateful for is being blessed with artistic talent and finding the time do pursue my art while building up my freelance and Etsy business.
Here’s my latest listing which is an ode to everything I love to doodle on the margins of my notebooks.
Click on Etsy Shop on the menu bar to check it out!
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P.S. If you look at my menu bar, you can go directly to my Etsy shop 🙂
Hey everyone! I decided to deviate from my usual Instagram Fridays post and feature some amazing artwork that I’ve seen online this week.
This piece was featured in the blog post Friday Finds: Word Up!. by Artsy Forager. I’m starting to fall more in love with word art and how I can include it into my work. Plus, the message of this piece is very clear.
While most people including myself would recycle a beer or soda can (Note: I actually made a bracelet out of a soda can and wore it all summer) , Rik Catlow uses it as a canvas for his urban pop style art.
Also, don’t forget to check out my post about my new Etsy shop!
A couple of months ago, I participated in the 4×6 Exchange Project by Art House Co-op. The premise of the project is simple. You create a piece of artwork that is 4×6 inches in size, you mail it to the Brooklyn Art Library, and then you get someone else’s artwork in the mail.
Today, I received a wonderful sketch by an artist named Roger who writes and posts his sketches in his blog Sketches by Roger. I love the way the figure is raising his hands as if he just had a major victory. I’m very partial to watercolors and pen as well.
In case you’re wondering what my 4×6 art was, here it is:
If you’re the person that received this drawing or you know the person who received this drawing, I would love to hear from you! I made that drawing before I started this blog so unfortunately my blog wouldn’t be listed behind the drawing.
I’m always very excited to participate in Art House Co-op’s projects. I’m going to be featuring my Sketchbook Project: Limited Edition drawings very soon as well as sign up for Sketchbook Project 2013.
Please leave a comment if you participated in the 4×6 Exchange. I would love to see what you received. Also, click “Like” for my Zombie friend that is somewhere in America!