Oh the Starving Artist Trope. It's silly, but we could all use a few cheap and easy recipes to fuel us and get us back into the studio. Here are three of my faves. Easiest Crustless Quiche Everyone needs to have a go to Quiche recipe. Quiches are super easy and also look very impressive… Continue reading Budget Friendly Recipes for Not so Starving Artists
Art Supplies are expensive. Any artist can easily spend a small fortune on a trip to the Art Store. But there are a handful of amazing tools that you can get for free (or almost free). Here is my list. Old Toothbrushes These are the best spatter tool for fine spatter. A toothbrush and some white… Continue reading Free (Or Almost Free) Art Supplies for Watercolourists
Artists are by nature experimenters. We adore trying new products and techniques. As a result, our studios are often filled to the brim with supplies that cost good money that we will use “someday.” But having a cluttered, unusable space is probably one of the BIGGEST barriers we have to creating art. Your studio should… Continue reading How to Declutter your Artist Studio in Five Steps
I carry this travel kit with me in my purse everywhere I go...
Commissions are an enjoyable part of my art business. I love working with people to bring their visions to life! Each commission has been a true inspiration and a challenge that I have loved. I have put together some quick points about the process of having a piece commissioned. If you have any ideas, don't… Continue reading Commissions – Step by Step
I am a self proclaimed minimalist. About 5 years ago I cheerfully decluttered a huge portion of my belongings, and following gurus like Marie Kondo, Joshua Becker and Francine Jay, began to curate a simpler life for myself. Minimalism is about carefully curating your world and reducing anything that distracts you from leading your ideal… Continue reading Minimalist Lifestyle and Watercolour