If you can make it, swing by the E-Factory on Wednesday, March 14th, at 4pm for "The Business of Art." I will be on a panel of working artists, talking about the a-ha moments and insights of turning your daily passion into a 'business." Here's a link to the event: The Business of Art Tickets … Continue reading The Business of Art at The E-Factory
Name: Zoe Hawk Current Location: Doha, Qatar What did you want to be when you grew up? An artist, ballerina, and mom What are you now? An artist and art instructor How did you get to this point? I grew up with an artist for a father, and a mother who loves literature and … Continue reading Q&A with Zoe
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
Name: Laura McHugh Current City: Columbia, MO What did you want to be when you grew up? A writer. Though I had no idea how to go about doing that, and didn’t pursue it for many years. What are you now? Full-time novelist and mom How did you get to this point? I got a … Continue reading Q&A with Laura McHugh
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
It's been a long time since I've had the opportunity to take my child to work. Writing for frOlic magazine not only allows me to do that, but I also get to write about them too! In this recent issue, I contributed a handful of articles and illustrations, one of which my oldest child tagged … Continue reading frOlic Magazine Spring/Summer 2017 Issue
Having a booth at ArtsFest was a great learning experience, a lot of fun, and totally exhausting (I'm hoping to get down my thoughts about it soon!). There's a reason I chose to focus on art over the last few years, and it's because my body gets tired very easily. Working full steam for months … Continue reading Working Hard, or Hardly Working?