Spooky Spirits On The Rise

Hello Friends,

Fall is approaching, more and more spooky spirits are rising to reveal Halloween is coming! In honor of my favorite holiday I’ve created 3 new prints. A lovely witch drinking a hocus pocus pumpkin brew (8.5 x 11), a bat girl enjoying a bitter sweet candy apple (8.5 x 11), and an original pumpkin character “Stan” who strolls the spooky forest illuminated by candles just like the one atop his pumpkin head (4 x 6). Are you curious about how you can get these prints?

Silly Stan 4 x 6

Witch and Bat Girl 8.5 x 11

Well, I started a campaign on Go Fund Me. If you donate a minimum of $7 you will receive a 4×6 print. A donation of $25 will get you two prints! (Free shipping within the U.S.).

Please visit https://www.gofundme.com/f/first-artisan-exhibition and find out what the campaign is all about.

To also welcome the Halloween season I will be participating in Spooktember. A week long of frightfully cute prompts brought to you by Little Spooky Studio. Check out their illustrations on IG @littlespookystudio, creepy cute art that I adore. The kick off starts Sept. 1st!

As always thank you for the warm responses and support. There is more to come!

Peace, Love and Positivity.



Endless Summer

I spent my summer painting! I have been focused on trying to incorporate acrylic paints into my creative stream.

Early July I was proposed with an idea and a commission. The patron asked me to create a piece inspired by the popular video game Kingdom Hearts but with a Natatat twist. It was my pleasure to do so! I enjoyed the process and am ever so grateful for the opportunity to paint this idea into reality. My goal was to take the composition of the Kingdom Hearts characters and place my characters in that same composition and in Halloween costumes. The piece is 14×18 on a Trekell wooden panel and painted in acrylic.

I look forward to more commissions!

I also completed an original piece of artwork. The piece was inspired by Steamboat Willie and classic Mickey Mouse comics by Floyd Gottfredson. I wanted to capture a silly character taking a stroll in a spooky forest. The piece was created on a 12×16 Trekell wooden panel and painted in acrylic.

I’m proud of myself that i’ve taken the route less traveled in my art and have accepted the challenge of working in acrylic. Graphite was my safety medium. Now, I want to master acrylic.

A new piece is in the works and will soon be revealed. Stay Tooned!

Peace, Love, Positivity,


“Each Step I leave behind me, a flower grows there.”