Tuesday, August 20, 2013

The Art of Frustration

That point at which I sit and stare at everything with complete disgust. I hate feeling like I am staring at wall. A big blank wall of nothing. It's discouraging. Everyone hits their uninspired moments differently. I will get through it. This little chibi is the best example of that feeling. 

Tuesday, June 4, 2013

Canvas Chat with Artist Minda Bachelor

Minda Bachelor is a multi-talented artist living in Jacksonville, FL. I first met Minda at an art-swap and paper making event hosted by Local Artists Coming Together (LACT). Since then, I’ve had the opportunity to not only see many of her lovely works of art, but to also witness their creation while learning the art of Pysanky egg decorating from her. By day, Minda is an educator, so teaching is second nature to her. Coupling that with her love of creating art in all forms makes her a rich resource for other artists and an ideal subject for an interview:

Thursday, May 23, 2013


So, I haven't written in a couple of month, not unusual for me. I have been very busy! Making everything from amigurumi to wire wrapped jewelry. I also had my first show in March it was a fantastic experience. I have participated in some unique events and have some coming up as well.

I am going to keep this short and post some of my recent work. I will be writing more soon and have new Instructables posted. If you've missed anything recently from me you can check my Facebook page here.

Wednesday, March 13, 2013

Anything Helps A Community Project

"Anything Helps is an ongoing community awareness project designed to increase interaction through art & good deeds. The premise is that any

Sunday, January 27, 2013

Canvas Chat with Lance Partridge

Lance Partridge is an artist whose work I viewed on my first trip to Art Walk. At first glance I was drawn in by the surreal black and white worlds he had created. Each one holding a tiny spot of color that drew me in deeper. Part of it was like looking into something out of a daydream. Each piece is its own fragmented world. My interview with him reveals some about the daydreaming and the painting he does.