Hi there! It has been a looong time since I last made a post, far too long. I did not have anything interesting to share and I did not want to write just for sake of writing, but I am back and I cannot wait to tell you all about my Thailand trip because it … Continue reading I went to Thailand…I loved it and here are my favorite 5 things!
Let me tell you about my time in Israel, and how much fun it was!
If you are anything like me and your art isn't crazy expensive, but is also not exactly cheap, you probably go through long period of art sales droughts. It can get frustrating when trying to set a value goal for your art, but wanting to of course sell. Should I lower my prices for the … Continue reading 5 cool ways to share your artwork…that you might not have thought of!
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Cuba is beautiful and full of history, but in real life it does not come with a filter...
Hey guys, hope your week was a good one, and that you had a fun relaxing Labor Day weekend. My week was nothing short of perfect! I spent it getting lost in Cuba, but that's for another post (coming soon!). Today I am trying to pin point what living as an artist even mean. Do … Continue reading Living as an artist
"When not used as meat canon, child soldiers are deminers spies, porters, sex slaves, custodians holdings of oil or diamonds, financing rebellions in Africa. According to United Nations estimates, the world has nearly 300 000 child soldiers under 18 years used in over 30 conflicts around the globe, civil wars marked by the proliferation weapons … Continue reading KID SOLDIERS…a closer look than expected
How do you respond to "where are you from"? seems like a simple enough question to answer right? Well, wish I felt the same way about it. "Where are you from?" has always been the one question I dreaded answering the most. So what about that question I find so dreadful? Well, I was born … Continue reading I am a Third Culture Kid- who knew.
Hi all, as a self taught artist I know I missed out on a lot of valuable lessons and knowledge that I could have gained in a traditional educational setting. Am I the only one? I sure hope not! Not too long ago I was on youtube trying to learn how to make water drops, … Continue reading What’s on your shelf?