charcoal on paper.
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Drawing Book Deadline!
9/18: Online journal and purse class starts. Go here for more info!
10/2 and 10/4: Portland, OR. Teaching three classes at Art & Soul. For descriptions: Junk Mail Artist’s Book, Imaginary Creatures and Just You and the Paint. Spaces remaining in all three classes.
10/3: Portland, OR. I’ll be vending at the Airport Embassy Suites… more info here (scroll down). Journals, purses, prints and originals.
10/23: Port Townsend, WA. Will be attending ArtJournalfest as a student and vending Friday night!! I will have journals, purses, prints and transfers… and hopefully some new journal-related stuff as well.
My studio: Will be working on Christmas commissions… prices start at $65 for works on paper. E-mail for details: email@example.com
11/29 – 12/5: Philadelphia, PA. I will be an Artist-in-Residence at the Philadelphia Art Hotel! This is my first residency and I am very excited. More about this soon…
Nothing so far! If we have moved to Seattle by then, I will try to do a few local shows…
What a beautiful, swirling, dancing drawing!
I love how your ‘nothing’ really is something! My nothings never quite turn into anything other than that… Can’t wait to have your how-to drawing book on my desk with me. Guess it’s the best alternative after having you here…but cross-atlantic tutoring sadly belongs to the realm of dreams unless you consider moving to the netherlands (what’s the difference, Seattle or the Netherlands? The weather’s pretty much the same, that’s for sure!), so in my mind I’m urging the publisher to hurry on with your book!
You rags class…hmm…if i tried to sew polkadots like you did, one of them dots might turn out to be the top of my index finger…i’m really that good with my machine. but then again…i guess it never really had my interest. Your online class does arrouse some curiosity, though…and my mind’s already been going through the heaps of fabric that I could never give away because i was sure someday i’d be doing something with them. i’m going to give it another thought…but i think you can expect me to be the student with the apple…LOL.
Just discovered your blog. Beautiful, fanciful work! Love your free use of line. Thanks for sharing.
i love your journals. they are gorgeous!