Super excited to be a part of a new exhibit at Seed Studio Gallery in Traverse City this summer.
The new show is called Song in Art and is chock-full of artwork in various mediums all inspired by or created around the theme of music. Obviously this is right up my alley and I have about a dozen pieces included in the exhibit—framed limited edition art prints as well as original mixed media pieces (something new and super exciting)
Song in Art will be up through mid-july in Traverse City, so anyone visiting the area please make sure to check it out!
Mine went directly to my daughter, and by the time we made it home from Cleveland she’d filled the entire book and even run out of space for her story about Emily—a girl who is magically transformed into a ghost. As you can imagine it makes me so proud to watch her mature as an illustrator and storyteller. Her drawings of Emily turning into a ghost are far beyond my own skill, not to mention my stunted grown-up imagination.
I won’t share all 20 pages of the story, but you can be sure it ended in a cliffhanger “To Be Continude.”
Things have slowed down a bit on the blog lately, but not in vain! One of the great new things I’ve been working on is the Strong Odors shop on Society6!
Sometimes I’ll create an illustration that I just love. Usually these are the least popular among readers, but that just figures. Other times readers really resonate with a particular image (like Denial, for example) that would make a great print, but isn’t quite right for the limited edition prints that I have in my Etsy shop.
So I’ve been excited to launch this fun new shop on Society6! Not only does it offer fabulous prints in a variety of sizes (so everyone can afford one), but you can even get yours shipped to your door already framed!