It’s been a long time since I actually entered a post here. I spent a large portion of my winter dealing with tendinitis in my right forearm, which made drawing and painting nearly impossible for a few months. I’ll leave the details of that for another post.
But for now, I would like to announce that I will be showing my art for a RAWartists showcase in Denver, on Thursday, July 23rd. Anyone in the Colorado or Denver area is welcome to attend. Show information, tickets, and some more blurbs about myself can be found here:
I spent most of the summer and some of my fall learning about Buddhist imagery. The fierce aspects of some of the Buddhas are so interesting, and certain elements of Buddhism have captured my attention more than before.
I’m doing a black and white series of the Mahavidyas. It’s not only incredibly interesting to learn more about Hindu mythology in the process (and there is a LOT) but it’s a great experience to finally be able to use a dip pen in a way that I think it starting to work better for me.
I’m starting a Mucha-inspired series of paintings for the seasons….although there’s admittedly no snow in this one.