Commissions are scary. They're also the coolest thing about selling your art online. I'm by no means famous. I'm not even sure that I could call myself "well-known", but I could perhaps definitely say that I'm pugnacious. However, that's not really relevant to art. Once in a blue moon someone will come across my artwork and say something like "Oh,
These dryads are stationary, gazing at the world in front of them and marred by both the passage of time and the wants of man. Sort of The Giving Tree meets Stephen Gammell.
I find inspiration in many places. Instagram is filled with all sorts of creative people creating interesting, obscure, brilliant work.
My local art guild is having their first show of 2016 beginning next month. I've been working on my first of two contributing paintings for several weeks now. And, by "working" I mean that I worked furiously several weeks ago and have been too intimidated to touch it ever since. That doesn't mean I haven't been creating art! In a
In the last year I've fallen back in love with watercolors. I started by buying one of those Crayola watercolor kits you can get just about anywhere for $2 or so.
I revisited an old digital design from 2012 and updated her by hand with watercolor and pen. This is La Befana - the Italian Christmas Witch.