It feels like I rarely get to get away. Working a full time job side by side with my art career leaves me with very little time for much else. This year has seemed especially tough; every year seems to be harder than the last as I grow professionally in both my career and day job. Working hard is something I'm very much accustomed to, however, when I'm not careful to keep things in balance myRead More
After much rumination, I finally made the decision to rebuild my site and move it from Wordpress to Squarespace. The change was a big one for me as I have used Wordpress for years. It is where I taught myself webdesign and coding - a feat I’m very proud of. However, at the end of the day, designing my own…Read More
This month is already nearing the end, but it was at the start of the month in which Adorabull was painted. This cute calf is a real-life resident of Aimee's Farm Animal Sanctuary. I hadn't originally planned for Aimee's sanctuary to be my pick for July, however, when I saw her post about Adorabull I didn't think twice.Read More
It’s been a busy couple of weeks, but I’ve finally made some time to sit and blog about my most recent art project: HEART. HEART is a continuous project that very much comes from my own heart. Inspired by the photography of Sophie Gamand, this art project will once a month highlight a shelter animal and the…Read More
Recently, my journey has taken another turn in which I've decided to make some changes to how I sell my work online. Until now, I've sold prints using a print-on-demand production model. A costumer places and order, I personally make a print, and then I ship it to them. It sounds simple enough, and at the start it worked out nicely.
However, I've come to learn that when produced that way, my work does not have any value. I truly wish I…