"Giant 'Superheroes of the Pandemic' Holiday Grab-Bag." Holbein Acryla Gouache, Posca paint pens, Rohrer & Klingner SketchInk Lotte fountain pen ink, and Plaid Delta Ceramcoat Glitter Explosion Clear Hologram paint on Stonehenge Aqua Hotpress 100% cotton watercolor paper (300 gsm/140 lb), 2020. Once again this year, I've submitted a cover to the annual art show... Continue Reading →
Superman Saves Christmas
Carol and John's Comic Book Shop, my local comic book store, has, for years, had a holiday art show where they invite local artists to create custom comic book covers based on a theme; they then raffle off the covers at their annual holiday party, with all proceeds going to the Greater Cleveland Food... Continue Reading →
Nicholas the Wonderworker
For the last several years, I've given my husband gifts of fancy chocolate on the feast day of Saint Nicholas of Myra, better known to many people as "Santa Claus" or "Father Christmas," and sometimes known as "Nicholas the Wonderworker." This ritual started, in part, out of some vague sense of wanting to establish our... Continue Reading →
The Best (Though Highly Inadvisable) Part of Baking Cookies: #The100DayProject2019
A few weeks ago, the folks at The 100 Day Project sent out an email with the subject line "You get to define success for yourself and your project," and I was like, "Yes. Yes, I do," and felt all "I am woman, hear me roar" about it, except then some days I end up... Continue Reading →
Christmastime is here …
Christmas approaches, and if you need a last-minute gift or two, there's lots of new stuff in my Zazzle store, as well as classic designs! New this year: products featuring individual members of Santa's starting nine -- Rudolph, Prancer, Vixen, & all your favorite reindeer on shirts, mugs, and ornaments. (At the moment, Rudolph is... Continue Reading →
Santa’s (Caffeine-Fueled) Starting Nine
Scientific studies prove that caffeine helps you fly! (Note: this is not literally true.)
The Issues: Holiday 2016
I strive very hard to not be the kind of artist who feels compelled to annotate her work. Naturally, the only reason I bring this up now is because I'm about to do just that. I knew as long ago as last summer that I wanted my design for my holiday card to relate... Continue Reading →
A Right Jolly Old Bro, Bro.
I maintain that these high cacao content chocolate bars are promulgated by some nefarious interest whose intent is to make chocolate into a Bad Idea, maybe by giving it to people who have never had chocolate before and think that this is what chocolate is supposed to be.
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