I’m excited to join the 100 artists participating in ArtVan’s 10×10 gallery event, opening April 27th and running through to July 30th at Frontier in Brunswick!
This is a fundraising event for such a wonderful program that makes a huge impact in our communities and I hope you’ll check it out. Each artist was given a ‘word’ of inspiration (Bridge, Messy, Emerge, Ignited) and asked to complete a piece that fit within a 10×10 space. My word was Messy, check it out!
I have the pleasure of sitting on the board for ArtVan, a local art therapy nonprofit that brings crafts to low income neighborhoods. Recently I got to help put together their end of the year appeal card together and I love how it came out! SO CUTE!
I have been so excited to share this project!!! I worked in radio for a while and have a love for music, so getting to do show posters and work with bands to get them the graphics they need is a dream come true!
If you don’t know who Sparks the Rescue is and you love punk like I do, get out from under that rock you’ve been hiding under and check them out. You won’t regret it. In fact, check them out at their reunion show on Friday, November 26th at Aura in Portland!
Retro and funky is my JAM! Who doesn’t like a cute little toadstool here and there? This adorable new brand will specialize in vintage clothing finds and alterations. Make sure to check back when they’re up and running!
This design is heading off to the printer! The Bath Elementary PTA found an idea they loved, I put my retro spin on it, and I have to say… I wish I was a 5th grader so I could show off how cool I’d be in this sweet t-shirt!
How great are these colors?! I love anything even a little bit nautical and the ocean-scapes Nikki Pilgrim paints are at the top of my list. Here’s her brand new logo I helped throw together with her beautiful brush strokes! Be sure to check out her fun earrings, stickers, and paintings on her site or check her out at the next Caravan Artist Market on May 16th at Vessel & Vine in Brunswick.
It’s never something you expect to help with, but I’m happy I could be there to lend a hand in memorializing the Bolder shooting victims for a group of their friends and family over in Colorado. What a terrible world, what a beautiful world we live in. We will never forget.