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How to Start a Self-Care Journaling Practice

Journaling is one of the most popular self-care practices, and for good reason. It's low-pressure, easy to do, and can be one of the most therapeutic things you can do for yourself. Set yourself up for success by making this process as enjoyable and easy as possible. If you are struggling with a blank page and are not sure where to start, try using a writing prompt as a jumping off point. Pinterest is a great place to look for ideas:) I like to set a timer for 10 minutes and write fast for...


Exciting News!

 

I have exciting news! I am now represented by The Roaring Artist Gallery! The opening exhibit is truly a tour de force; I feel so honored to be a part of it! The gallery's mission is to empower and support emerging women artists. A portion of ever sale goes to @blackgirlswhopaint an organization that I am so happy to support!

I'm working on a new ongoing series of small works on paper called Serendipities, which is available exclusively through the gallery....


Decolonize Your Art Practice

Image Credit: @creativehunt

This post was originally published on the THRIVE Artist Network in June 2020. You can learn more about THRIVE here.

Inequality exists in the art world and it is important that our community of artists support each other to become the thriving artists we are all truly meant to be. We need to reimagine and do the work to create something beyond the current system.

The sad fact is that in the US, the overwhelming majority of


Listen up, loves… my wedding invitations are back!

stylish and quirky folk art wedding invitation suite

Hey Friends,

I’m so happy to share news of my return to the fine art of wedding invitation design!
 

But how did I ever get started with nuptial stationery, you ask? Good question. After graduating from college with a degree in Textile Design, I apprenticed with a fine press printer (Peter Koch Printers), where I learned everything I could about typography, graphic design, and letterpress printing. At the end of my apprenticeship, Peter helped me to acquire a gorgeous printing press and since this was exactly the...


Forest for the Trees: 17 Years in the Making, Revealed and Explained!

Phew! Here's the piece that I've been quietly working on for what feels like forever:) It's on display now at Make.Shift Gallery in Bellingham, WA through the end of the month, so even if you missed the opening you can still catch the show.

So, what the heck is this thing? Here's my official statement:

"Because the question for me was always whether the shape we see in our lives was there from the beginning or whether these random events are only called a pattern after the fact...do you believe in fate?"