Happy global pandemic, day 20,000! I moved to Altadena right before lockdown and also moved my studio to the new garage space. Acclimating to a garage is challenging to say the least, but this year has brought unspeakable challenges for absolutely everyone. Since the majority of my time is spent on the computer, painting for TV animation, it’s not really a massive problem, but I sure miss pushing real paint around! Here’s a huge painting I started right before the big Quar’. WIP.
I don’t know if anyone blogs anymore!
If so, here it goes!
I will be selling my concrete and resin wares at two craft fairs this year (I landed in hospital last year because I was over-working, so I’m only doing two)….
So….Come hang out with me!
I will be at Mount Washington Made on September 21 and Renegade on November 23 & 24. I would love to see your gorgeous faces and give you hugs! I will post more about these when it gets closer. X
Here are a couple of pics from past things:
I am volunteering with the Los Angeles-based non-profit Sister Inmate , that provides support to individuals affected by incarceration.
Here are some illustrations that will be posted on their site, as well as Instagram this month.
Thank you for all your great work, Sister Inmate!
I Made a poster!
I made a poster!
Although this site has been up for a year now, it’s time for me to announce it on my neglected blog!
Love&Quarry is my line of concrete/resin jewelry and home decor.
Check out my “new” site!
I have been working full-time at Dreamworks TV as a prop designer (on a 2D animated show called HOME….will air on Netflix in in the future). Nope, I can’t show you anything, but it’s a super fun job and I’m infinitely grateful!
But, I’m still accepting (some) illustration commissions and have been hard at work (evenings and weekends) filling lots of Etsy orders! Check my shop to see the fun stuff I make out of concrete and resin!
Meanwhile, here’s a painting I made a little while back…
“Stability and Service”, Oil on Canvas, 30″ x 48″, 2014