Wet Paint: chameleon

This is a little study I did to experiment with some new mediums. It’s not as crisp as I imagined it, and as much as I love the iridescent paint, I am finding that it does not always translate well when photographed. My line work needs some development, but she was fun nonetheless.

Wet paint- wedding gift

This piece was commissioned as a gift for a new couple and tells their unique story and coming together. I thought I would have a hard time since I don’t know the couple personally, but I really connected with it because stylistically it’s up my alley and I try to infuse all of my paintings…Read more »

COVR Award Winner

Our “Mudras for Awakening the Energy Body” deck won four Coalition of Visionary Resources awards in the categories of; Product of the Year, Visionary Product, Retailer’s Choice and People’s Choice! I’m proud of the hard work and love that Alison, the US Games team and I put into this product and I am honored to…Read more »

Muertos

Here’s a recently completed commission of a Day of the Dead couple. The client asked me to include some elements such as the mountains and butterflies that were symbolic to her, so I wanted to try to capture her vision and merge it with the traditional style. It’s always fun, yet a challenge for me…Read more »

Pulpo

This started as a little side note in my sketch book and I guess she just wanted to come to life. It’s got gold ink and iridescent paint highlights, but those don’t show up well in photos.