When people see this image they respond in different ways. Some have said it’s a photograph full of sadness, that it’s hard to look at. Some say it’s foreboding, an ill omen of days to come. Other are more pragmatic: The dove flew into the window and fell down dead. […]
I enjoyed creating this portrait of my kindergartener. The new issue of CPS featured it in their Reader Challenge section. To see the process and the materials used, please see the original post. If you’d like to see more photos, drawings, and other artistic pursuits, please visit my FB […]
We’ve had our first bit of cold air in central Texas. And you know what that means! The holidays are here! Hope you’re having a wonderful week, thanks for coming by!
I think candy corn is heavenly. Every year I sketch a few drawings to honor its sugary sweetness. Hope you have a fabulous day of costumes and candy! Thanks for stopping by!
This is the 4th Annual Candy Corn Queen! This year, she’s a pirate queen of the high seas, vastly contented on an island with her chest full of golden candy. And once I got the hat right, it was smooth sailing. 🙂 If I were to be stranded on […]
Cloth, Paper, Scissors magazine has issued a “Faces of Mixed Media” challenge in their Sept./Oct. issue. This challenge is perfect for trying something new! I’ve given it a shot, purposefully aiming for a different look than all my usual stuff. The rules? Only pens, pencils, or markers can be used […]
Can you tell it started to pour down rain in this last one? I look back over this post and realize I’ve drawn images, once again, that mirror events in my own life. I’ll never cease to be amazed at the way art works. Thanks for stopping by to […]
It’s become an annual tradition. It started in 2009, the year I started my blog. I shared how much I love candy corn and I came up with several projects using the candy. Again, in 2010, I came up with several different projects using candy corn, one of which was […]