My work will be debuting at Surtex this year where I’ll be represented by Cultivate Art Collective in Booth #222! I hope you’ll stop by our booth to say hello and check out all the new artwork available from the talented Collective members 🙂 Below you’ll find some of the flyers the different Collective members have created (click the images to visit their personal websites): Continue reading →
I’m excited to announce my work will be debuting at Surtex this year where I’ll be represented by Cultivate Art Collective in Booth #222! #Surtex is taking place May 17-19/2015 at Jacob K. Javits Convention Center in NYC and is a fabulous trade show where artists from all over the word have new designs available to license and sell to many different markets. I’ve been working very hard on creating a ton of new artwork and this is why I’ve been so quiet on the blogging front over the past few months!
I’ve been more active on my Instagram and Facebook where I’ve revealed a few sneak peeks of some brand new surface patterns that will be available at the show! Below you can find my brand new hand-lettered digital flyers with the sneak peek artwork revealed 🙂 If you are at the show, I hope you’ll stop by Booth #222!
My debut at Printsource 2015 with Cultivate Art Collective is tomorrow! I am extremely excited about it 🙂 Drop by our booth at A17 to have a chat with the lovely Rachelle and Charlotte. Here are some Collective member flyers for the show (click on a flyer to visit the artist website): Continue reading →
Hello there! I haven’t been able to post for a little while now, but not for lack of art making I assure you 🙂 I’ve been participating in a few competitions and workshops, as well as working on some awesome sewing projects and have been a very busy bee. Over the next few weeks I will be sharing some of that new work!
My post today is to show a new artwork piece that I created for Cultivate Art Collective’s first issue of their brand new online magazine called CROP. All the artists showcased created pieces under the theme of “Midsummer Night’s Dream,” in whichever way they chose to interpret it. I decided that this required adorable sleepy creatures in the forest, as you can see a bit of in the piece below entitled “Moonlight Wander.” I had such a fun time creating this!