Friday, May 7, 2010

Mother's Day Giveaway, a poem for a picture

In celebration of all you mothers out there, or all those of you with mothers, I am doing a print giveaway. Visit my personal blog to find out more. All you have to do is come up with a cute little rhyme to accompany this Jellyfish sketch and you could win a print of your choice from my etsy store. Leave a comment with your rhyme. I will select the winner of the giveaway on Monday the 10th of May.

Thursday, April 1, 2010

Happy Easter

Happy Easter. We fill doubly blessed this Easter Season because General Conference is falling on Easter weekend. It is such a great opportunity for us to focus on the true meaning of the Holiday, the Resurrection of our savior Jesus Christ. I can think of no better way to draw near unto Him than by listening to His prophet and Apostles. Easter is such a great reminder the plan of salvation that our Heavenly Father has for us. It gives me strength to continue on and to work harder on enduring well the trials that we are given. Our Heavenly Father does love us.

It might seem a bit contradictory that I would go on about the true reason for the Easter holiday and then post a picture of a chick. Well this is the Easter card that I made for Clark. I am not a religious painter, and choose not to be, but to me chicks and springtime are great reminders of new life. Isn't that what the Resurrection is all about? New life, eternal life, and returning Heavenly Father.

Wednesday, March 31, 2010

Leafy Treetop Shop

I now have many prints of my artwork available for sale on Take a look at my shop, or click on the etsy button.

Wednesday, December 19, 2007


Here are a few more pieces from my media class. The love birds were an acrylic sand off technique and the moose and the owl were done with gouache and ink.


These pieces were also done in acrylic. The full view of the pig was done in an acrylic/gloss medium sand off technique and the pig head was done with a packaging tape technique.


These are a couple of the acrylic pieces that I did for my media experimentation class this semester.

Sunday, October 28, 2007