This post is sponsored by Stickermule. As always, all ideas and opinions are entirely my own. Hi! Cat mom here! My fur baby Ollie--who I adopted on March 2021 from Marblehead Animal Shelter--has brought so much love and joy into my
Divine timing. This commission request came to me at such a particular time in my life. I was going through a painful breakup and also mourning the loss of my mom. The abject pain from the compounded grief was paralyzing.
Take a good minute to focus on the artwork. Look from top to bottom and side to side. Try to look at the artwork as is and suspend any judgment. Move your eyes along the ink strokes and observe the
Congratulations! You get to sell your artwork as a vendor at a market and/or fair! Okay, now what? This is an exciting opportunity to put your products out there and here are some tips to help you create a successful
The past few months have been really busy and I am taking some much-needed time to reconnect with myself. June is a little slower with school being over and people enjoying a much-needed summer vacation, especially coming out of a
Fight Anti-Asian Hate Fundraiser for Boston Chinatown – Protest Violence by Funding Asian Organizations!
Over $400 was raised for Boston Chinatown Neighborhood Center!!! I am beyond grateful for everyone’s purchase of the “Protect Our Elders” sticker. 100% ($5 per sticker and all $5 was donated) of your purchase went directly to BCNC to help
March is International Women’s Month. I think we can all agree that the world has made progress in terms of acknowledging the value women have in our society. But, the truth is, there is a lot more work that needs
Being an artist is awesome. I know that I am incredibly and ridiculously lucky to have an outlet for my creative and emotional expression. There are days, however, where I fall into the common trap of focusing on what I
This is Cabbage the Tiger! Cabbage was the first name that came up and I love it so much. Here is some interesting facts about tigers in Asian culture. Did you know that the stripes on the tiger’s head resemble
This all started with lessons I learned from completing the 100-day project a few years ago. I wanted to get myself into the practice of drawing more so I thought that committing myself to drawing for 100 consecutive days would
I had a lot of fun drawing peony flowers on my wall. This was my first time drawing something of this scale but I loved the challenge! I was getting bored of seeing my blank white wall through the virtual
Habit Tracking with Bear Mindful – Developing Micro Habits to help me stay on Track with all my Projects
2020 has been a numbing year for us all. If you’re old enough to be aware of your surroundings, you just know. My mom also passed away this year. Finding out about the cancer diagnosis to the time of her