This punny pair of posters was custom designed and hand-lettered for my good friend and talented artist Liana Hee. Aren't they cute? Based out of SoCal Liana constantly inspires me to spread beauty, to tap into my natural talent, to never stop learning, and most importantly TO DRAW HEARTS!
Tuesday, January 6, 2015
Friday, December 19, 2014
Tuesday, November 18, 2014
On a morning walk I found this soggy bit hiding on the sidewalk beside the Telegraph Medical Center in Berkeley. A titillating excerpt... I'm struck by how voyeuristic it feels to find something handwritten all ripped up to pieces like this, left to be forgotten.
Friday, October 31, 2014
One ink drawing per day for 31 days of October. Another successful year! Instead of creating small drawings at home and trapping them in a sketchbook, this time around I drew directly onto art postcards (which I hoard in a box) and freed my original drawings into the world via Facebook post: Each day I'd post my #inktober piece with the directions that the first person to LIKE the drawing, SHARE the drawing and MESSAGE me her address would receive the drawing by mail. 'Tis always better to share than to hoard. Here are some highlights:
Sunday, September 14, 2014
My husband's sister lives on a dream farm of her own making, a hobbyist's dream come true with chickens, hilly vistas, and a fully stocked pottery studio. Among other talents and superpowers (saponification, cracker-making, and knitting, to name a scant few) she is an accomplished ceramicist whose work is featured all over our house. She hosted an "Art Day" at her place where I sat on the porch to sketch those gorgeous hills, and then we played around with transferring my linework onto her cups. See our results below, and scroll all the way down to see my sketches on paper. Enjoy!
|Huge handleless mug! I drink from this every morning.|
|I made this pattern with the looped edge of a ceramic tool.|
|The potter's signature stamp|
Saturday, September 13, 2014
I was riding my bike out of the
Berkeley Bowl West parking lot when
a red scrap of paper under my wheel
caught my eye.
Much to the oncoming driver's chagrin
I made a sharp u-turn and picked it up
to find this note addressed simply to