The most satisfying part of painting, for me, is adding shadows and highlights. I feel like shadows add depth to any piece and emotion response. Since I began working in graphic design I have been trying to find myself in its study, its practice, and my personal style. I have been so caught up in
I don’t encourage anyone to take years off from their art. Yet, small breaks can sometimes be refreshing and allow for some contemplation. I have been reading In Montmartre by Sue Roe and it is a fabulous chronicle of the lives of Picasso, Matisse, and the Birth of Modernist Art. The topic of this blog
This month of December I am vlogging on Youtube about all of the changes the end of 2017 brought for us. We moved into a new apartment and I began working for a new company. The changes have brought a rich sources of inspiration to me. In this series of vlogmas I show the creation
Developing personal projects is one of the most important things a designer can do with their spare time. It’s refreshing to know something you created is taking your vision and style to a new level. Here is one personal project for a friend I created recently.
Lately I have been really excited about doing portraits. I have never felt as though portraiture was my thing or that I was any good at it. However, after a portrait commission for a friend using oils I decided it was time to bust out my watercolors and give it a try. Now I really