Introducing this series of hand embroidered patches! I got on this kick recently and it has been so much fun. Continue reading New in my Shop! Hand Embroidered Patches
It has been a hectic fall. I’ve got plenty of things cooking and will be updating soon about all that… But, for now, I’m here to remind you of my yearly Cyber Monday deal. Use the coupon code CYBERMONDAY to get free shipping on everything in my shop, which means big savings, especially on my larger pieces. Here’s a sampling: Heather Kerley, Parting, Acyrlic, Ink, … Continue reading It’s that time of year again! Cyber Monday Free Shipping Deal!
It has been way too long since my last post! A lot is happening with my work these days. I’ve reached a new level of comfort with my abstractions. I’m focused on creating a complex visual language of my own. I never thought embracing abstraction could feel so natural, but here I am. My most recent works, like many before them, are rooted in nature. But … Continue reading Plunging in
Last week, Etsy filed for a proposed initial public offering, or IPO. I’m somewhat chagrined but not surprised. I just hope the typical small-time seller will see some benefit. In the email sent out to all Etsy sellers when the IPO was announced, Dickerson signed his name in the typical way as “Chad” with a small, smiling photo of himself. This struck me as a little funny. For years, Etsy … Continue reading This Etsy Seller’s Reaction to an Etsy IPO
After spending three years blissfully focusing on art full time, I am now working again and it is a challenge striking a balance between work and my studio practice. What I’m not lacking in is ideas, fortunately. I think the time spent focusing on a job (which I absolutely love, by the way), is giving me a fresh perspective on my work. Take for instance, my new … Continue reading New Paintings: Haruki Murakami, Wind-Up Birds, and Magical Realism