Do you have a word of the year? I'm looking forward to an artful year. I'm more focused than I've been in years past. Here's to a successful 2019 - whatever that means for you!
I’m hoping to begin this as a weekly post. I often speak about how daily life inspires me. I shouldn’t even tell you how many photos & videos are on my phone - thanks for the large phone memory & extra cloud space, honey.
I was itching to take some photos, so after a few errands I drove around. After living in exotic lands & wanting to take photos, exploring has become part of my every day life. I ended up in Dickerson, MD and the Monacacy Aqueduct. I am not so patiently waiting for the full bloom of fall colors. There are some scattered here & there, but I’m ready for all of it. I am a seasons girl & I feel like I completely miss out when we are living in a 1 season location. (Arizona, Kuwait, Turkey, and Florida - take note!)
April is month of the Military Child. These kids are amazing. They move constantly & adapt. My kids teach me on a daily basis. I don't know if they realize how much we lean on them. Please feel free to download and share.
Thank you for supporting my small business. It's always been a dream of mine to sell my artwork. Having a Redbubble Shop has allowed me to pursue my love of photography, painting, & graphic design.
The store has all sorts of fun things - the tote bags, journals & stickers are my favorites!
It's not about BBQ's & sales. Thank you to the men & women that served & continue to serve this great country of ours. Feel free to download the artwork below to use on your Facebook cover.
Thanks for stopping by! Whether you know me from our travels around the world, my hometown of Tampa, FL or if you are brand new, I'm happy you're here. I'm living the charmed life of traveling artist supporting my awesome husband & raising our energetic boys.
I started out as a jewelry designer. As we moved half way around the world to Kuwait, I found photography, mixed media canvases & came full circle when I started taking bead weaving classes at a gem of a store in Kuwait. In Turkey, I started my graphic design career. In Korea, I didn't give myself much time to create, but I traveled, took photos & soaked in the inspiration.
As I start my art business, I hope to use this blog to show my art processes (with a few tutorials thrown in) as well as how my inspiration translates into a final pieces. I love traveling & am excited to take you along with me.