I am a big believer in the power of positivity and I want my work to reflect that. I love using color and humor in almost everything I do, whether it is for a greeting card, calendar or book. My clients include Blue Mountain Arts, Oatmeal Studios, Beaufort Books and Ronnie Sellers Publishing. I have two book coming out in 2020. The Truth About Cat People and The Truth About Dog People, along with many greeting cards, several calendars and I recently completed the book cover for the 10 year anniversary edition of Becoming Odyssa. A project that was near and dear to my heart.
When I'm not inside 'coloring pictures' (how lucky is that for a job!) I am outside. Hiking, running, skiing, or perhaps sipping a cold one on the patio. I am a life-long Kansan, and two years ago, I decided to finally quit dreaming of moving to Colorado, and make it happen. I vow to never take the proximity to these beautiful Rockies for granted.
In 2014, after raising three cool kids, numerous lovable dogs and cats and a pretty special pig, named Matilda... I set off to hike the Appalachian Trail. From Georgie to Maine. Five months of incredible landscapes, cool, kind and quirky people and only an occasional shower. To say it was life-changing would be an understatement. There were so many good people out there! Life gets busy and we often make excuses for the things we would like to do, but don't. I truly believe that life is too short to keep putting those things off.
Thus, the move to Colorado. I have gone from knowing nearly everyone in town, to knowing about four people. And that's ok! It makes me reach out in new ways and to pursue the aspects of my art that I really love. When I have a day to stay home and color all day long...it's a good day!
Below is a little 'meet the artist' challenge I did just for a little quirky info about me. Those are all my granddogs in the pic with me :)
I am rep'd by Samantha Wekstein at Thompson Literary