I feel so blessed to be able to share that this painting has found a new home in Richardson, TX!!
Painting for sale. ~ ❤ ~
This beautiful painting has found a new home in Atlanta, GA!! YAY!! ~ ❤ ~
Hello all you lovely people out there! You all know that I am a BIG proponent of creating wearable art as in my jewelry created from my paintings, so imagine my glee when I was contacted by a company to take it a step further!
I have some more news to share and I am over the moon with excitement to announce that I was contacted by VIDA to partnership with them on creating my artwork into beautiful apparel.
VIDA is a new kind of fashion e-commerce Company that connects artists like me all over the world with producers to bring our work to life. For every product sold, VIDA hopes to provide the gift of literacy to the makers they work with.
This personal collection represents some of my best artwork from over the years and is very authentic to who I am as an artist. I’m really proud today to share this work with you.
Here is a sneak peek into just a few of the items I plan to offer. Go ahead and take a peek!! 🙂
VISIT MY COLLECTION AT:
When the days are long and the nights are longer and sometimes living in the “now” is not where you want to be, sometimes one must close their eyes and envision all the things that are on the horizon… And sometimes that’s all that is needed to see beauty even on our darkest days and during our tribulations!
I recently had a client reach out to me wanting to commission me to do a “beach scene”. I was relieved after some brief conversations to find out the only parameters I had to stay within were- it had to be a ‘triptych’ and the size! Uhhhh… Can you say “heck yeah?!” Lol. Seriously, EVERY artist loves to be given this kind of leeway when creating! With that being said, I wouldn’t be honest if I didn’t tell you that I was a little apprehensive to start it. Crazy, right? Well, if you take a look at the direction my art has taken me over the last year or two, you’ll understand why! 😉 Not to mention with “leeway” comes the burden of “interpretation” of such freedom given! One runs the risk of the client’s vision and your’s, not being in sync. I am happy to say he loved it! Whew! Now I can rest easy.
It was a nice break from the “trees” and the “abstract” series I’ve been working on and for that I am grateful!
And yes, for those who ask, I don’t just do “trees” and “abstract”. So if you are interested in commissioning a piece of art that fits your “style”, please don’t hesitate to ask. Hit me up!
I am hoping everyone has had a blessed day filled with awe and wonder, living in the moment, and some dancing too!
~ ❤ & light ~