Girl Meets Art

the evolution of a visual artist



Kick in the pants or a time-stealing monster?

In 2015, I completed my first 100DayProject, an Instagram-based creative initiative launched by The Great Discontent and Elle Luna. I started well into it, and finished well after the official… Continue reading →

Borders and lines

I’ve been working away on a Art House Sketchbook Project piece, with the theme Borders and Lines. I knew once I selected the theme that I was going to deconstruct… Continue reading →

Patterning by the rules

A couple of weeks ago, I discovered the work of Andrea Way, and became mesmerized by detail, use of color and — given my logical bent — the idea of… Continue reading →

Forks and spoons

  I signed up for the 2012 Sketchbook Project, choosing the theme “Forks and Spoons.” Unlike last year’s sketchbook, “Make Mine a Double,” which had a narrative focus,

Make mine a double

I was among the 28,000—yes, you read that right—who signed up to take part in Project Sketchbook, a national creative effort sponsored by the Art House Co-op in Brooklyn. I… Continue reading →

2011 Sketchbook Project experiments in media

I signed up for Art House’s Sketchbook Project a few weeks ago, and was disappointed, like many others, with the thinness of the paper in the Moleskine sketchbook that participants… Continue reading →

Becoming a businesswoman

I have had my Climacterica postcard set printed and offered for sale at Big Cartel for a couple of weeks. Every sale gives me a thrill and a great sense… Continue reading →

Dispatches from Climacterica

As I mentioned in my last post, I spent the last week of August taking a workshop, “Illustrating the Personal Narrative” at the Penland School. I began the week with… Continue reading →

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