• Practise Makes Progress – Part 2

    Hopefully Practise Makes Progress – Part 1 has given you a real view of what progress can look like. Seeing that others struggle just like you can be reaffirming. This post is all about tips to get your progress on the move. Invest Time The most important thing you can do is set aside time […]

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  • Practice Makes Progress – Part 1

    There is an old saying that “practice makes perfect”. It just isn’t true with illustration (or graphic design, but we’ll save that for another time). What practice and dedication does though is make progress. Over time you will see yourself improve. This post will show you my improvement over time and Practice Makes Progress – […]

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  • CultureFWD – February 11, 2015

    It’s been a busy 2015! I’ve been posting little updates on my social media but have been meaning to share my speech from February’s CultureFWD put on by the Town of Stony Plain. It will help you to get to know a little more about what I do and where I work. ” Hello Everyone. […]

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  • Golden Yeg Awards – March 25, 2015

    I have submitted illustration work for greeting/post cards in an effort to gain contract work with Chicken Scratch in Old Strathcona. They are already home to many talented Canadian artists. (Pop in their location, or message their social media with a note of support for me. I’d appreciate any kind words.) It is my hope […]

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  • Into The Mystic

    Now that Christmas has passed, I can share with you a commissioned Christmas present. “What do you get someone who already has everything…”. I resent all the junk that gets passed around on Christmas but this was a gift of meaning and memories. I really enjoyed hearing the thought put into this gift by the […]

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  • Play Table Top

    The problem: We have¬† a coffee table with a lot of glass – Our toddler likes to smash it. The Solution: A sturdy wooden play top that sits on the table for easy adult time removal. The Details: Materials: Wood, Acrylic Paint, Sharpie, Sealer Lesson’s Learned: Personal projects require your detailed attention just like your […]

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  • Free Colouring Sheet

    This is a free 8.5″ x 11″ hand drawn colouring sheet for kidletts and adults alike (click on the image for the large version, save, and print away). Sea horses have always looked like they were ready for a party to me.   This was submitted to Doodlers Anonymous for their latest colouring book. Their […]

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  • Art from the Unknown

    This November you can support Edmonton and area artists at Art from the Unknown. Join for a free night of networking and conversation. Browse during general gallery on a date or solo expedition. You’ll view (and have the chance to purchase) ten pieces of my work and that of other visual and performing artists. Hosted […]

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  • Summer Curio Stone Highlights

    Hello All! I’ve been behind on my blog. Our family finished off the summer with a bang and I’ve been really busy (happily) here in the studio. I wanted to share with you my favourite summer curio stones. * The chicken in the middle had an egg on the opposite side. Keep a look out […]

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  • Workspace

    I thought it might be nice to give you a peek into my work space. It is the smallest room in our household. The previous room I was using is now our sons. Can you believe this used to be a laundry room? I had to downsize my drafting table and get creative with its […]

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