It's 2017 and I decided to do INKtober. Well, as the month started, I started at a very eager pace. The prompt list from Jake Parker's website was a good list that I had decided to theme out. My purpose was to keep it within the fantasy/sci-fi/adventure movies and TV shows that everyone was familiar … Continue reading Inktober….
The daily grind gives artistic inspiration
After the Field Museum Women in Science and Art blog post, many of you wanted to find out more about what is new about my job at the museum. As most of you have read in one of my past posts (Yes, I do have a job to pay the bills...) a couple years ago, … Continue reading The daily grind gives artistic inspiration
Who, who….. the snowy owl that’s who!
It's been awhile since I posted so here is a little something about the latest piece I have recently finished. Just a little background about why some things take me longer to finish than others. When I am busy at my regular job and also in life, I tend to start new drawings, illustrations, paintings, … Continue reading Who, who….. the snowy owl that’s who!
Visual Arts Faculty Show, March 5th, 2014
It was a very nice experience to not only contribute to the faculty show, but to also meet some of the instructors I haven't had the chance to meet this past year. I have known Madelyn from our times teaching at HCA (Hinsdale Center for the Arts) but never met Ann when she worked there. … Continue reading Visual Arts Faculty Show, March 5th, 2014
Mayslake Visual Arts Faculty Show
Wow! How this year is going by so fast. Tomorrow will be the opening reception to the second art show I will be in for the year. This second show will be held at the Mayslake Peabody Estate in Oak Brook, IL. It also happens to be where I get to teach drawing and painting … Continue reading Mayslake Visual Arts Faculty Show