Another piece from last year that I can share now - for a project that fell through, sadly, but a fun one to do nonetheless. This was actually the first piece I used the technique of dropping coloured ink into water to create the blended, dreamy effect - which I then used to create the… Continue reading When I Sleep, My Mind Grows Wings
Something from last year I can share now! For an art proposal, looking at themes of staying calm and centered while living in the busy and often overwhelming world. For various reasons I ended up only having about half a week to get this one finished, but I'm still super happy with how it turned… Continue reading Serenity In The City
We get told so often that beauty is on the inside, and then the world does it's best to remind us that it's on the outside. It's enough to tear you apart. This piece was created as a response on Pop My Mind The prompt on PMM for this piece was 'Beautiful'. What beauty means,… Continue reading On The Inside
The phoenix is a symbol of rebirth, of new energy rising from the ashes of the old. This piece was joint winner of Pop My Mind's February Invention Award. Thank you Pop! You can find the other winner here [autoplay warning] Created as a response on Pop My Mind to Rebecca Freeman's piece New Life,… Continue reading The Phoenix
A piece I made for the seed 'Human' on Pop My Mind. To me being human is the drive to express oneself, to communicate ideas and emotions and thoughts to others. Being human is also doing that in flawed, often confusing ways. Being human is continuing to try again and again until we make that… Continue reading Human Confusion
As an artist, you walk a tightrope between feeling worthless and priceless. A towering ego, constantly fed and created by an ouroboros of delight and despair - all in the view of the public, who can build you up or tear you down on a whim. This piece is an attempt to describe that in… Continue reading The Fragile Tower
As an artist, the things you see are filtered in ways that other people might find strange, and you often have a brain full of ideas in various stages of incubation. Originally created as a response on Pop My Mind.