How is it already July? Is your year flying by as quickly as mine? Here is this month's free desktop wallpaper inspired by wishing on a star. This is the first one that features my handwriting! Download it here!
I don't know about for you but May flew by in a blink of an eye for me! I am hoping that in June I have more time to stop and smell the flowers. I haven't been that active on the blog these last two months, but I have been working on a lot of projects that I will be able to share soon!
In the meantime, you can download this wallpaper I created. It is a mixed media mess, but I love it! Soon I will release the coloring page of the woman in the wallpaper, I call her Miss Mackintosh as she is inspired by the art of Margaret Macdonald Mackintosh with a rose motif inspired by her husband Charles Rennie Mackintosh.
This squirrel was kind enough to pose for my camera.
Here are two recent pieces I finished up. The first one is a monochromatic portrait, the second is a super saturated sunflower.
This piece was the result of hours of experimenting...it continually shifted in different directions and looks before I came up with the finished sepia image. There are a few chunks of plaster in there that really give the image some depth and texture.
I got a little experimental with this one....my inspiration came from rewatching one of my favorite films "Cloud Atlas" and I am also currently reading a novel about a woman who is rather smitten with an android, titled The Mad Scientist's Daughter by Cassandra Rose Clarke. Those two sorta melded together in this piece that includes my fractal imagery, an aerial photograph of a city and a ferris wheel.