Currently, I have been working on a long-term work-in-progress piece, which should not have taken me as long to complete had I not been going through my first trimester of pregnancy. Now, that I have entered into my second trimester, I feel like a myself again and ready to create art! Pictured is the finished product of my brother’s graduation gift, or now, welcome home present. He has waited patiently for this gift, and I hope I didn’t disappoint him. Initially, this piece w
The art install at the VCA Wrightsville Beach Animal Hospital went very well! I have very special thanks to my husband, Jason, for all of his assistance. It is a great thing to have a partner that enjoys helping you explore your passion. If you are lucky enough to have a person in your life like that, don't let them go! The four portraits I hung at our local vet's office were two portraits of dogs (Luca and Oliver) and two portraits of cats (Milo and an unnamed neighborhood c
My pet portrait montage is finally complete and looks amazing in my living room if I do say myself! I love using bright colors to make these portraits pop on the walls, and of course, match my home décor. I started to do pet portraits as a gift to my boyfriend (now my husband) when I was in pharmacy residency, and I loved the concept of using unnatural colors. I can also produce portraits with more realistic colors for a traditional portrait. I really enjoy giving these works
I want to upload some of my previous artworks.These are from high school, college, and a couple from this last year. With this post, i am hoping to establish what my baseline skill level is, and from there, see how i improve or how my style evolves. This a painting of my dog, penny, she is a 9 week old puppy here. This is my most recent work. I did this painting approximately 1 year ago...2014. My goal is to couple this piece with her as an adult using the same color pallet.