Name: Jessica Connolly Current City: Phoenix, AZ What did you want to be when you grew up? An architect or designer What are you now? A graphic designer and artist How did you get to this point? After finishing architecture school I practiced for 7 years before striking out on my own to pursue graphic design … Continue reading Q&A with Jessica from Telos Art
Do you ever see someone on social media and think, I really want to be friends with them? That's how I feel about Andie. Her talent is multi-faceted, and I find myself watching her Instagram stories on repeat, dying of laughter. Andie is one of the hardest working people I have ever met. She acts, she … Continue reading Q&A with Andie B.
I have known Cristen as a mutual friend for over a decade, but it wasn't until this year that the two of us connected personally, rather than waiting for the next random occurrence. I'm so glad we did! Cristen is the absolute opposite of me. Adventure-seeking, patient, loves to be outside...yet I find we have … Continue reading Q&A with Cristen J.
Current City: Chicago, IL What Did You Want to be When You Grew Up? At one point I wanted to be a writer (and attempted my first “coming of age” novel when I was in the 4th grade — it had a lot a stuff about boys, boobs/bras, and periods). I also wanted to be a … Continue reading Q&A with Lanie Brewster Quinn
In 2016, I decided I needed to be more intentional with my creative process, but had a hard time knowing how to start. Enter Crystal Moody, and her Year of Creative Habits. It's a guided program to help artists of all media set goals and work toward them in a 365-day span. Crystal checks in … Continue reading Q&A with Crystal Moody
This week our family received some tragic news involving the sudden loss of an extended family member. While I wasn't close with this person, the impact struck me hard and put me in a significant funk. The fragility of life, the fear of lurking ailments striking at a moment's notice, the constant imagining a young … Continue reading Monday Musings: Feeling Blue and Painting Purple
Growing up, my sister Stephanie was always the cheerleader. It was in her blood, from early on. Being mirror image twins, I was the quiet, introverted, artistic one. The one who would never have the courage to get up in front of a group of hundreds and lead them to cheer the home team on … Continue reading 2, 4, 6, 8, Who Do We Appreciate!?