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Wednesday, December 17, 2008


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Tuesday, December 2, 2008


They used my piece for the Vivsect Playset write up on the San Fran Flavorpill (a magazine)



If your in San Fran this weekend check it out! Friday opening!
Directions/Locations/Time here

Wednesday, November 26, 2008

I'm on the Gallery 1988 Blog!

Write up for the upcoming vivisect playset 5 show here

Sunday, November 23, 2008


21 years ago, 1 year before abandoned, Central Station was some what shiny and had windows. I wonder what these guys would say if they saw it now.

Monday, November 17, 2008


Find my name!!! Soooooo exciting!

It's official...

It's winter, my car doors have frozen shut.

Close up on Goat Cloak

Paintings are shipped out and I now need to start my commissions and sketches for my solo show... Yay! and I got some new ornaments and we inspected the faux xmas tree last night yeah christmas is coming!

Friday, November 14, 2008

So Sweet

This is such a lovely article from Sept. 21, 1897 to the New York Sun on whether or not there is a Santa. I just think it is so lovely and well written. I love theology of the early century.


I love the women of the Pre-Raphaelite era... i love all those painters.

Thursday, November 6, 2008

Halloweeny and boredom

So Halloween was great I went as Nurse Chapel from the original Star Trek, Kevin was Spock and our friend was Kirk. It was great on Fri we went to the Van's custom show curated by Andrew Davis at Cave Gallery. Sat we just chilled at Ryan's former apt.

I made my costume out of a XXL shirt!

So I've been trying to clean me house and get rid of stuff (everyone who know me knows I'm a "collector") So my fam hasn't seen it all painted. So i'm posting it.

Beside the front door my awesome sewing machine cabinet... currently I have my garage sale sewing machine on top cause the awesome old one in the cabinet is getting new wiring! And the roses where from a huge box of roses me and my wonderful minions found on the road while celebrating this wonderful tuesday we just had. We feel that they were a sign for us, showing that wonderful things were about to happen and change was a comin'.

Looking into the kitchen from the living room. A beautiful painting by Joe Schlaud and a silhouette of me at I think 2 and a little print of a painting of mine. And the end table has all my wonderful different flute and recorders I've collected from all over.

Part of my awesome art wall. Got prints of Heather Hansma, Camilla d'Errico, James Jean Poster, and some cutouts from juxtapoz. On the other half of the wall I have prints from Ryan Gitter, Jeff Nolan and a original screen print from Kristina Rafalski... I'll have to take a picture of those when that area is a little more clean. I love all my artwork and framing and hanging it. Oh and I have a wonderful screen print from Leyland Devito, he has the coveted spot above the tv! I'm so excited I have my full front room painted it only took a couple months!

Monday, November 3, 2008



Friday, October 31, 2008


Here are progress shots of two paintings for shows.

This is finished and was shipped a couple weeks ago for the Modus Lotus "Pop Euphoria Show" Its based on Peter Pan and how Wendy always tried to play with the mermaids but they would always pull away from her and tease her. The scan is a partial... my scanner wasn't working correctly so this is all i have of the drawing. The show is a charity show for Toys for Tots. If my painting doesn't sell during the show then it will be auctioned off :)

This one is the companion piece for the SF Gallery 1988 show "Vivisect Playset 2008" curated by Luke Chueh. It's "Goat Cloak" hehehe I like the name even though it's a big horn sheep cloak. It was the best name I could come up with to go with "Giraffe Jacket". The painting is pretty much done but I'll wait a little before posting because the show open in Dec.

Oh and here is the ring pillow I made for my lovely friend Morgan Hawkins... now Drain's wedding. She sent me a link to the pictures and here is the beautiful boy who carried the pillow down the aisle. It looked like a wonderful wedding, I'm so sad I missed it.

Thursday, October 16, 2008

Paintings Woes

I need to get back into the swing of things... I miss schools pressure to be good!

Ring Pillow

A Season of weddings!

My sister got married and my good friend Morgan, all in one weekend!!! Unfortunately I couldn't go to Morgans, but I saw the pictures and it looked amazing! But she was great enough to send me pictures of the ring pillow I made her (because silly me didn't take any pictures)

Now I need to get a picture of the book I made for my sister. And I'll post some pictures from her wedding, I was a bridesmaid! It was gorgeous.

Monday, September 15, 2008

my job

So recently I started working for Schubot Jewellers which is a old high end Detroit jeweller, they carry really expensive jewelry and make custom stuff for the wealthy and CEO types of the area. The jewelry is incredible. Here's a pic of a picture I took of one of my rings, this was given to my grandma by my grandpa when they first started dating. It's a Tigers Eye with a carving of a spartan head, this motif was popular for the time but mainly seen in men's rings and were usually bulky "class ring" styles. This is I guess pretty rare to have such a small stone on quite a dainty ring. Also the bumps along the gold band were made to give the illusion of diamonds in the setting, this was because really the common person could not afford diamonds during that time... Well hope you enjoy.


So theres been alot of traveling this summer, I need to post pictures of all the pretties I saw all across the country when Kevin and I drove along Route 66 to california then back through the middle of the country seeing all the pretty national parks and camping. It was wonderful...

My Studio

Kevin and I have finally cleaned up our studio spaces. Here's a little picture of my desk area, I'll have to post more pictures of our little house as soon as I have all my walls painted and artwork hung, but I'm so excited that the house is finally getting organized and becoming our home.

Actual CD Pictures

These are looong over due

Monday, September 8, 2008

Pop Euphoria!

The show by modus lotus "Pop Euphoria" in Mass, is looking to be a really great show. Veronica the curator has released the flyers and they look great.

Make sure to go to The Modus Lotus Blog to read about all the great artists that will be in the show, there is a ton more that they haven't even written about yet. Looks fun!

Monday, August 4, 2008

If you can vote tomorrow

Go out and help support the zoo. If I could vote in Michigan I would be there first thing tomorrow morning. The tax is said to average around $10 a household over a year, which isn't much compared to the approx. $60 mil the zoo creates in revenue for the surrounding areas (info gathered from articles below go read for more). I hope you all go vote tomorrow cause along with the zoo there are some really important issues on the ballot.

Read more here

Voters to hit polls on zoo tax question - Royal Oak Review

Say yes to Detroit Zoo - Detroit Free Press

Zoo vote a test run for mandate on new tax wages in Wayne County - Detroit Free Press

Schools, public questions and zoo on tuesday ballot - Daily Tribune

Thursday, July 17, 2008

New Piece and Travels!

Here is the cover painting I was commissioned for by the band Andrew and the Pretty Punchers. The cd release party is Aug 2nd at 9:30 pm at Jimmie's Cornerstone and the Judy Blooms is also playing. I can't wait to see how the entire album looks, I did some small paintings for the back and inside, I hope the printing looks great! I've already got some great response from the band and their friends/followers. They are a great band check them out @ their myspace account

Also I'm leaving tomorrow to go tread through the mountains all the way to San Diego to the comic con, then back across canyon lands to explore and dance. I'm so excited, haven't been camping since last year and haven't been out west in four years. I wonder how much has changed!

Monday, July 7, 2008


Digi pics of my painting for Andrew and the pretty punchers... finish will be shown when the release is!!!!!

Colors way off and lot's of glare. sorry, it's too wet to scan, and I've already baked it once!


Oh my word, I have so many upcoming shows to start preparing for!


"Goodbye Ohio" by Andrew and the Pretty Punchers CD release party
Aug. 2 in Dayton, OH (not sure of the location or time yet)
CD art painted by me!!!

My article in Stuck Mag (not sure which issue I'll be featured in)

The Vivisect Playset
curated by Luke Chueh
@ Gallery 1988 in CA
Dec. 5 - 23
Gallery 1988

Pop Euphoria
Curated by Veronica Hebarb
@ the Aurora Gallery in MA
Dec. 6 thru Jan. 8
Modus Lotus

And next fall 09 (I know so far away!) I will have my first solo show at the BBAC (Birmingham Bloomfield Art Center) in their Ramp Gallery!

I was so excited when they contacted me, they saw my art at the student show and asked for me to exhibit, and this was their first time asking a student, usually people apply and are juried!!! I'm so excited!

Updates to come, half of these date are final I just have to sign one of the exhibits papers!!!

Thank you to all the support I've recieved!

Monday, June 23, 2008

Preview of Freelance work

Sketch for the new album from the band Andrew and the Pretty Punchers.