Drawing Progress Update

November 20, 2012

Hi there! Tonight I worked for a couple of hours on my latest study, which is getting to the point where I need to think about a title for it. The most logical choice would be the name of the…

AEDM, Project Progress

November 19, 2012

Hi there, just a quick update on Art Every Day Month… I’ve been focusing on the study for my larger project, finally putting some color to the lines and trying out some background color washes. Have a look:


AEDM Sketches & Progress Report

November 12, 2012

The last few days have been pretty busy for me. Between putting late nights in on web projects and accompanying my husband on his various soccer adventures, I was able to squeeze in some shorter drawing sessions. This first sketch…

Sketch, November 7

November 8, 2012

Today’s entry for Art Every Day Month. My main focus is having fun so the final product really isn’t as important as being playful. It’s liberating to try new solutions to the problems in a drawing, a bit of a…

Sketch, November 6

November 7, 2012

I did this sketch for Art Every Day Month this morning while watching/listening to Star Trek Voyager reruns on my laptop. The drawing is mostly stream of consciousness but I planned the color palette out beforehand, looking for a combination…

Project VerboFly

October 8, 2010

The beginnings of another project… Inspired by my recent brush with grafitti, the VerboFlys are meant to be visually appealing, decorative urban art that contain meaning for those that take the time to question what they are looking at. Understanding…

my art: tranquility ii

September 30, 2010

Another interpretation of a Roxanne Huber photo, taking my first version in a more daring direction. I tried to consciously push myself to do something that I wasn’t quite sure would work, like in her left breast where the area…


September 14, 2010

Full of half-finished projects, my atelier always has something for me to work on when the time allows. For months, I’ve been slowly layering up gesso and sanding a canvas board to eventually try out my markers on. Now that…