Recently, I’ve been a bit difficult to reach as I’ve decided to move away from Facebook except for the occasional post or update to my Illustration page, and as I continue to work as a preparator for several galleries and a workshop facilitator for a few different community groups. I am keeping busy (understatement) but … Continue reading Brownies, Music and Social Media Updates
I’m stoked to be hosting these voice-off events starting this summer as a volunteer for Queer ASL. I am excited for the opportunity to host another place where students can practice their ASL in a safe, inclusive and accessible space.
There are some amazing, local pieces up for auction:https://www.32auctions.com/gallerygachet Drop by Gallery Gachet to see some of the amazing artists as part of Gallery Gachet’s Fundraising Auction, or just head to the auction website and bid like the wind. There are some pieces there that are blowing my mind. Why is Gallery Gachet fundraising? Gallery Gachet … Continue reading Gallery Gachet’s Fundraising Auction
“At last, we can retire and give up this life of crime. ” This is day 8 of my 12 day of December drawing challenge – 12 drawings of my favourite fictional heroines! Check back SOONISH for day 9! #firefly #cantstopthesignal — with Zoe Washburne.
Pulled from the Salty Stories website – Interview with Kay Slater, illustrator of Josephine’s Saltine (April 16th, 2014). I’ll get more into the features we programmed later this week in my next post. For now, I want to focus on the biggest similarity our app has with a regular children’s book. The artwork. For that I’m … Continue reading From the Salty Stories archive
It’s hot one inch action time again! Over the last few days (in between a crazy schedule), I have been doodling with this pirate character. In the end, I have decided to abandon this direction as I think it’s too complicated to really work on a 1″ button. Back to the literal drawing board. Thought … Continue reading Failed button