1) Let me get this out of the way, my banner design was not chosen for the Downtown Lynchburg project. I’d like to add here that if you’re reading this, and you’re an artist, get used to being told no sometimes, it happens. If you’re just checking in, and asking ‘What banner design?’ This one:
2) I made it all the way through Inktober, completing 31 days of daily sketches. I chose to do mine digitally, and I won’t force you to look at all of them, but I am sharing my last one today because it is an opportunity to shamelessly plug SassyWineChick on IG or Sassy Wine Chick on Twitter or… SassyWineChick on Facebook. Pick one and check her out. Thank you for patiently enduring my self promos.
3) I am still working diligently on the illustrations for the book and that’s all I can say about that right now.
4) Last, but not least… ‘What’s on my easel?” I’ll call it the butterfly tree for now, and it might even wind up as it’s title, but here it is. I definitely want to add more details but this one will be finished soon and available. Use this contact link (found in menu) for details on purchasing my work. Contact Me
“In art, the hand can never execute anything higher than the heart can imagine.” – Ralph Waldo Emersonhttps://masterpiecesociety.com/100-quotes-art-creativity/
Until next time.