Category Archives: Artwork
I forgot to post this baby, which I painted last month for Lilla Roger’s Bootcamp. I know meditation is great, but I don’t do it often enough. I should, because sometimes I am a nervous wreck.
Some sailing ship paintings for the Lilla Rogers Assignment Bootcamp.
I’m happy to announce that an illustration I did a while back was just published! It is for a new magazine called Urban Nature, issued by Kyotogakuen University Kimizuka Laboratory, 2014. You can purchase the magazine here (Amazon Japan). The magazine is … Continue reading
All of yesterday I was in the recording studio, using a different type of creative muscle. (My alter ego Elizabeth Etta is in a band.) I did make a couple sketches, however. Sketching from life is quite fun. I should do it … Continue reading
This is my first attempt at a clip art set. Part of the Design Garden online course. (I guess I am addicted to online art courses…) I’m not sure if I will actually release it as clip art, but I … Continue reading
I am not comfortable telling others about my inner turmoil, or my emotional conflicts, or my personal story. But I suppose I announce it in broad daylight in my artwork and on my daily doodles on my blog, and broadcast … Continue reading
The other day I drew a quick sketch of the fantastic flat mandolin player Taro Inoue, and he liked it so much he made it his facebook profile pic. I’m quite flattered! I’m usually not so good at portraits, but I … Continue reading
Sonnet LXV Since brass, nor stone, nor earth, nor boundless sea But sad mortality o’er-sways their power How with this rage shall beauty hold a plea, Whose action is no stronger than a flower? O, how shall summer’s honey breath … Continue reading