You may believe what you want to believe, as long as you are happy!
What one wants to prove is not an act of faith.

Saturday, October 2, 2010


It's a little cartoon I drew based off of a song by Relient K.

Wednesday, July 28, 2010


I don't think I was taught very well when to put the comma after the word before and/or.
Geez.  Education those days.
This gallery show consists of Heather's cover up tattoo, practice of drawing self portraits, and soup!  Baked potato soup that Kim and I made from scratch.  Mmmm...however, it is quite strange that I would rather have no potatoes in it.  Interesting huh?

Thursday, July 1, 2010


This is one of the paintings for camp...not sure if I'll do another painting or do a pen and ink...I do have a water color piece near finished.
This is potentially for Kim T.  She liked what I did for Rachel so I thought I'd vamp it up a bit.  Not vamp in relation to vampires...that the second thing that camp to mind after make it bigger and brighter.  I wish I could have gotten a flower one for Rachel now since I enjoy how it turned out so much.
Um...the above is what an easy bake oven can do.  Yup. not use the mixes the thing comes with and DO use the correct watt bulb or else it will take 10X longer to bake.  Thanks Breana for the awesome gift :P

Below is the picture of my Granny and the soft pastel on paper I did of her.  It was an actual sitting.  I'd never done that before.  She kept moving around but I guess it was okay.  It's my 4th portrait of someone so I think they're coming all quite nicely.

Saturday, June 19, 2010


I painted this as a last minute thing.  I'm working on another painting (you can see the corner of it behind this one in the picture) for another friend of mine and my family. 
I wanted to paint something for my super awesome boyfriend and I found a picture I took of his dog so I thought I'd try my hand at it.  The painting started off really light and in a dusty rose tone, but then I told my mom that I should just go all out and try and be really detailed and have a lot of paint on my pallet.
Well, it turned out awesome.  If I do say so myself.  I surprise myself...a lot.
Thank you lord for the gift you have given me.  I'm glad I've taken the time to use it this summer.
Oh, I signed it with a heart instead of "Eeh" because I'm Brandt's love and I wanted to sign it specially because I painted it with love.

Tuesday, June 1, 2010


I made this in my sculpture class.
It's an organic shape.  That's what our problem was.


Well folks, no idea why this picture didn't want to upload correctly horizontal but if you turn your screen to the left or turn your head to the right you'll see this abstract painting done by me quite well enough. 
This is for my friend Shugs!  Short for Melissa!  She commissioned for it.  Though I said I would sketch up stuff and see what she might like best I jumped into it instead and finished it without any input.  Hoping she'll like it I'll tell her that it's ready for a preview before she can hold it in her hands.

Monday, May 3, 2010


These are the last two paintings I did for my painting class.


This is one of 10 identical-ish trading cards I made for my Printmaking class.  They took a while forever to finish.

Friday, April 23, 2010


April 21, 2010  TLU Sculpture 1 students go out to Starcke Park in Seguin to experience nature by creating art in it.
My concept:  Geometric in the organic space we worked in.  Adding color to draw attention.
I experienced the ridiculous fear of bugs that hide and live under the bark that has fallen off of the trees. 
Apparently one year an older woman was walking around to all of the sculptures and calling them a part of witch craft. 
After finishing our sculptures we walked around the site to view the other students' work.  It was a lot of fun, I hope to make it a point to do some of this on my own some time this summer!
I find it quite funny that spell check wants "Seguin" to be "Sequin."  Oh so sparkly!
This is how I'm going to start documenting my work since my professor said that I should have already been doing that.  Well I go!

Wednesday, March 3, 2010


SOLD! Granny Pat bought this painting she commissioned from me in December '09. It's an antique separator. I feel like my aunt made that glass pitcher. The runner I believe was crocheted by my Granny HoHo...but I'm not exactly sure.