I made a new painting this week and listed it in my shop
today! It’s called “Lucky Friend Pile” because of all the friendly, but
very protective little cats, moths and ghosts hiding in the wild
flowers in the early evening. The oranges ripening on the trees as well
as little touches on her socks are done in shimmery gold ink and the
flowers were painted using guache and red hibiscus tea. The background
is stained with black tea. I painted it on upcycled pine wood, so it
smells like black tea and a forest. It feels alive to me, and wild.
i finally updated my shop with brand new prints!
lily moon, orange blossom orchard and wicked mountain. i also
re-stocked my ghost guides which had sold out (thank you!). i am going
to be producing more prints soon and updating my shop with new lockets
and original art by next week! the prints are all signed in pencil by
yours truly. they are not numbered, but none are alike because i draw
different little symbols of affection and good luck on each one.
If you’d like, please check it out, and feel free to spread the word :)
An old painting is now available in my little shop! Haunted church roof gardens, zombies!, constellations, wise owls, wildflowers, root beer and grass stained wood, the usual.
Also I wanted to say thank you so much to the people who purchased things from my new store over the weekend (your parcels went out today), and to all the people who’ve liked/reblogged my shop announcement and follow me on this little corner of the internet. It inspires and warms my heart. Thank you!
The shop is officially open for business as of today, after a 2 year hiatus (just hand painted lockets, brooches and original art for now), and I will be updating it with different things all month! I am so excited and proud to feel like a properly productive artist again. Please feel free to spread the word :)
I’ve been hard at work for awhile, and I’m happy to announce I’m re-opening my little etsy shop after a two year hiatus this coming Friday evening! There will be new prints, comics, zines, original art and of course, hand painted lockets and brooches. I’ll be posting sneak peeks like this until then. Please stay tuned!