Other Art

The contest is over and everybody wins! A few people posted on the blog and a few more sent me their entries via email. Since my goal is to give my art happy… Continue reading

Ink and Hope

I gave this up. Well, no. Not really. Really giving up would be deleting it. But I didn’t. So, I’m going to start again. What is America but a land of start-again? And… Continue reading

Face Facts!

I need to rethink my blogging life. Obviously I can’t balance several blogs, work, motherhood, writing, making art, eating, and sleeping (to name a few things I like to get done on any… Continue reading

What comes first: the words or the art?

So, which comes first? Words or art? Art in a grand historic sense. But in an every day sense around here, it’s the words. But they don’t seem complete without the art.

Asylum Art

I’m making my own books. Nothing to fancy, mind you. Just a few short stories collected together with a bit of art on the cover. I’m editing my fairy tales, maybe writing a… Continue reading

Get Your Witch

Labor Until Six Sale No matter how many fairy tales I read with witches who pushed children into ovens or who obsessed over shoes, I always believed that witches really were very good.… Continue reading

Thinking Halloween

It is early to think Halloween. But if you want to sell Halloween inspired art, you can’t wait until October to make it. So, I’m stirring up my Halloween spirit in this August… Continue reading

Art is a gift.

The gift season is coming. Do you know what you’re buying yet? I’ll write a story for that particular someone and I’ll use it in a work of art. You tell me what… Continue reading

The First Witch

I haven’t felt inspired to make much of anything lately. Maybe it is the heat. Maybe it is school being out. But a witch came to mind and since it is never too… Continue reading

My stories used to be trees.

While I want to keep making art with the images I’ve used so far (rabbits, castles, trees, and clouds), sometimes I want to do something different. For some reason, I want to cut… Continue reading