The 2018 Cancer Gets Lost Online Charity Auction is open through July 11th, with 5 Kate Trish prints to bid on!
Check it out, friends!
My FURYBORN character art appears in the new book trailer for Claire Legrand's FURYBORN on EntertainmentWeekly.com. Check out the Entertainment Weekly article by David Canfield to see a full list of upcoming book tour dates, including a date in June in Los Angeles with the fabulous Diya Mishra.
Unfortunately I will be out-of-state for the June date, but I highly recommend attending one of the events if you can. Claire Legrand is a wonderful author, and the love that has gone into this new novel will surely make for a great time!
You can learn more about FURYBORN on the Empirium Trilogy website. FURYBORN is available to preorder now.
The wonderful Claire Legrand interviewed me about my art and the process behind painting the FURYBORN character card portraits.
It's time to reveal one of my favorite projects from 2017! Claire Legrand is sharing the FURYBORN character cards in preparation for the preorder campaign announcement for her upcoming novel, and I'm so excited for you to see them.
Everyone has an opinion, and in the age of social media and sharing art (and writing) online that means you're open to feedback from people of all kinds. That's a wonderful thing, until you see a negative comment or question. Heck, it may start to feel Super Not Okay even if it isn't downright mean.
I KNOW HOW IT FEELS TO HAVE YOUR CREATIVE VOICE SILENCED BY A CACOPHONY OF OPINIONS.
I like to call it Opinion Overload, and I have some recommendations for you if you're struggling with feedback on your creative work.
You don't need a ton of money, space, resources, or followers to establish your art business. Here are 6 income ideas for freelance and self-employed artists getting started online.
Are there events or choices in your past that altered your path in life? Did a particular experience lead you to new career aspirations? Did that one awful friend in high school make you a stronger and more communicative person? Did you stuff yourself with a life-changing plate of nachos yesterday? I hope that exploring your turning points and defining moments helps you enjoy and find value in your own creative process.
As we end our year, many of us are reflecting on what we accomplished, bemoaning the goals we didn't reach, cursing the garbage fire that is American politics, celebrating our successes, and planning for 2018. I'm adding some reflection on my creative accomplishments and growth, while I sit curled up on my parents’ couch. Shoutouts, favorites, and many thanks are included. <3