Bunny Visitor – new artwork

bunny visitor memorial wall art gift

I love when I get a commissioned art request and it turns into something that is perfect for others as well. Introducing Bunny Visitor. This artwork print can be drop-shipped directly to your gift recipient as well, saving you from any worries about shipping. There are 3 background color options available on this print. The…

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2020 Holiday portraits are now available

Friends, I am so happy to announce that I am able to take a handful of new holiday portrait orders that I guarantee will be finished by early December. I pour my heart into these portraits, they are completed mostly in colored pencil, occasionally some watercolors or other mediums are mixed in to give you…

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A portrait in honor of John Lewis

Drawing of representative John Lewis

“Never, ever be afraid to make some noise and get in good trouble, necessary trouble.” ~ John Lewis I was taught to not get in trouble. A chronic people pleaser for many years. My teens were spent running at full speed between friends, sports, school. Doing my best, behaving, not making trouble. My 20’s were…

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Use art to display your mission statement in your chiropractic practice

spine art

Set the mood in your clinic from the moment people set foot in your chiropractic practice using art.  Before a word is spoken, the art on your walls combined with the overall feel of your space will speak volumes to your clients. Make sure it’s sending the message you want. I have curated several styles…

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Introducing my new facemask collection.

Miracles-Happen_Facemask

Welcome to a debut of new styles of face masks.  Our newest accessory.  Last week I found myself purchasing a minecraft mask for my kiddo and really wanted something fun for myself too. There are many amazing people sewing masks right now and I will be supporting them as well.  I figure if masks are…

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Thank you Nurses – a portrait for you in gratitude

Thank you nurses

At the end of March I checked in with my sisters. They are both nurses. I wanted to make sure they had the protective equipment and wear that they needed, and also do a mental and emotional health check in with all that is going on in the world right now. My sister sent me…

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How many nurses do you know? My most important art yet…

nurse on front lines

Earlier this week I sent a text message checking in with my sisters, they are both nurses. One sister works in more of a clinical setting, the other is working on the front lines in the VA hospital.  We talked about our fears right now, a mental health check between the three of us, our…

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New portrait – Renee

I met Renee back in early March, I knew I had to draw her.  While drawing her portrait these are the words that came to me. I think most of us can identify with them:   Looking forward, Feeling the light and possibilities ahead. Strong. Learning to trust in herself. Powerful, beautiful woman.    …

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How to draw a cardinal with a basic 12 piece crayola colored pencil set

learn to color a cardinal

For years I dismissed colored pencils, they seemed so basic, so unimpressive.  After discovering what can be done with colored pencils in 2019 it changed my perspective. I was wrong.  Did you know there are “tricks” that can be done with these basic colored pencils we’re all used to seeing?  Things that involve rubbing alcohol…

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