Monday, June 30, 2014

I'm teaching a new class - An art collective called Muse Merriment!

I am thrilled to announce I am part of the teaching roster of Muse Merriment, a great artist collaborative class by Kelly Hoerning.

I feel free when I work with watercolors, the unpredictability of the medium dictates where the piece wants to go and the ethereal colors and textures make me feel happy.  While we explore the story of Urania, the muse of Astronomy, I will teach you about my work with watercolors and how free they can make you feel.

This amazing class will be themed around 9 muses of art, where we will use the muses of Greek mythology to encourage you creativity, your imagination and your inspiration to let your artistic self grow and bloom with lessons from me and other 8 great artists. 

I will be there along with Tamara Laporte, Deb Hill, Lisa Lavoie, Rachelle Panagarry, Effy Wild, Susana Tavarres, Golda Rader and Kris Binsfeld.

Sign Up To Muse Merriment! - $78.00 for 10 lessons!

The price is $78.00 for 10 lessons, that's only $7.80 per lesson by a different artist every week! 

We start on August 25th to October 27th with a new class every Monday, and you will have access until July 1st, 2015. Learn more about the class and the teachers at

Sign Up To Muse Merriment! - $78.00 for 10 lessons!

Tuesday, June 24, 2014

The new Mermaid Bunting kits are here!

All the way from Australia! The new Mermaid Bunting kits by Lalaland are here!  Remember my Fairy Bunting? Well, now I have a new bunting kit available, this time with Mermaids!
My art has been Sea inspired lately, and these mermaids arrived just in time!

They look awesome hanging together and are double sided, in case you wanted them in a window.

There's a limited stock in my shop.
Grab yours while they last!

Wednesday, June 11, 2014

Happenings around here lately.

It smells like Summertime around here. We had a heat wave last week that reached 109 F so it was time to set up the pool for the kiddos.  While we were setting it up my little one fall down and cut open his forehead up to the muscle.  It was very scary, blood pouring all over his face. We took him to the ER and he got many stitches first in the muscle and then in the skin.  I'm amazed at how kids are. Yes it hurts. Yes I have the forehead open. Yes I have to wear a dumb headband. Can I go outside and play? He just plain ignores the cut, doesn't dwell on it and keeps on with his life. I hope he can be like that for the rest of his life. I hope I could be like that.