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Thoughts About Inktober

Today is October 31st and the final day of the Inktober challenge. Although I started a few days late (my first submission was on October 5th) I managed to maintain my streak. I see this as a great accomplishment and a reminder to myself what I am capable of. At the beginning, I intended to […]

Gogo Yubari Prints on Sale

Just in Time for Halloween You may (or may not) have noticed some activity on my website recently. I have done a complete redesign, which I hope will make the user experience much easier. (If this is not the case, please let me know.) I have also added some products, many of which are on […]

Toni Morrison – Women Behaving Badly – Part 2

In the 1980s, Toni Morrison had been going through the recorded history of slavery and came across something that disturbed her. Ina  newspaper clipping about runaway slaves was the story of a woman who did the unthinkable. When it was clear that she would be captured, she killed her own child. She said that she […]

Toni Morrison – Women Behaving Badly – Part 1

You know what I love most about this series? I love delving into the lives of the women I get to paint. Many of them, I had heard of, but didn’t really know what they were famous for. Take Toni Morrison, for example. Growing up, I knew that she was  a famous African American Author. […]

SOLD! – Erykah Badu Painting

Ladies and gentlemen, the Erykah Badu painting is officially off the market. Some friends of mine have had their eyes on this painting since I first showed it. My putting it up for sale gave them the chance to buy it and now it’s in their home. Now is a great time to pick up […]

Focusing on Women Behaving Badly – 50% off Sale on Synesthesia

I have recently come to a decision about my business. I wish to concentrate on my series Women Behaving Badly. I have spent the last year working on various projects for clients, and while it has been rewarding, I fear it has taken me away from my true passion. The Women Behaving Badly series has […]

What I Learned from Doing Festivals – Part One

Hi everyone! It has been AGES since I’ve written to you here. I will admit that I had a bit of a writing slump this past year. I had a hard time putting words together. But I am back now and I have some things I am excited to tell you about! For now, I […]

Colorado Black Arts Festival Day 1

African Americans have made some crucial contributions to art and culture. The Colorado Black Arts Festival is proof. Live African drum and bass, blues, gospel, jazz, hip-hop, reggae, soul and world beat music fills the air. Multiple mediums, from fiber to photography, are displayed by notable and up and coming African American artists. Might want […]

Burner Bazaar Day 2

We hope you’re as excited about this bazaar as we are because you know that you have cool creative community with whom to do all your shopping! Stock up on your festival gear from your friends and family! – Handmade Costume, Fashion, Gift & Art Bazaar – Your favorite bazaar to stick-it-to-the-man returns to keep […]

Burner Bazaar

We hope you’re as excited about this bazaar as we are because you know that you have cool creative community with whom to do all your shopping! Stock up on your festival gear from your friends and family! – Handmade Costume, Fashion, Gift & Art Bazaar – Your favorite bazaar to stick-it-to-the-man returns to keep […]

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