I kind of got obsessed with making fun psychedelic boarders last month and decided to make them into little gift notes! I have six designs in different two color combos all on thick ivory paper. I'm also really happy with the gift note bands lol. Really, I feel like half the battle is how to package things in a sleek manner by myself with affordable, sustainable materials. These will be available at my studio or other in person events.
Next Greenwood Art Collective event is the PINK PARTY Feb 9th 6-10pm. See you there! :D
Two new items up on my Etsy and available at in person events. Woo hoo! (Yes, I am still working on the mushrooms of the PNW print) We got a pretty sweet mushroom sticker sheet featuring 10 different mushroom stickers. And an 11” x 17” riso print of a temperate rainforest scene.
I got the most beautiful backdrop for a gallery wall of my work and the cutest model- Sophie! I always love seeing how people frame up their prints and how it fits in their space. Please tag me on instagram if you take a photo, I love seeing and sharing!!
The 2024 riso calendar is done! Excited to be using flat gold, a new studio color! I print out of Paper Press Punch in Georgetown, I highly recommend taking any of their classes to learn more about the riso process or up your skills.
This is an 11” x 17” print on ivory paper, printed in florescent pink, sunflower, burgundy, and flat gold. The usual, I collected the specimens, drew them, designed the calendar, and printed them! 100% done by me, ships in 100% biodegradable packaging. You can find them on me Etsy.
The linking mechanism through Weebly has been pretty jank, can’t seem to link just a word.
Anywho, I am around at a variety of markets this holiday season, you can snag one in person and online. While I am greatly looking forward to 2024, there’s a lot to do the rest of this year. :D
GreenZines has been growing, come join us every last Friday of the month, 7pm at the Greenwood Art Collective. 8537 Greenwood Ave N, door on 85th will be unlocked. If you’re able to donate money, paper, snacks, drinks, whatever you can- that would be awesome!
November is a busy one! I’m excited to be trying out the winter version of the Fremont Sunday market under the Fremont Bridge and a few new holiday markets.
I have been working on A LOT of studio expansion/changes coming up early next year. Stay tuned!
Oh look at this nice promo video! This was kindly filmed by Joe Keil. I’m super awkward but hey-ho, what else is new.
For those interested, another collective artist (Heather) and I host GreenZines every last Friday of the month at my studio in the Greenwood Art Collective. Anyone and everyone is welcome to come! You can work on our collective zine (GreenZines), you can work on your own zine, or really, you can work on whatever art project you’d like! We start at 7 and go till whenever. Generally, we print the zine on a later date but have it ready by the next artwalk for pick up, which is the 2nd Friday of the month. Next GreenZine meet up is Sept. 29th. We’re building around a spooky/history of the building theme. ;)
Summer is nearing its chaotic end! Some exciting changes are in store for fall :D But until them, lets hang out in the lingering light!
Sorry for the most unreadable flyer but I had gone too far to change it. Several new events this month and the, always exciting, artwalk at the collective!
Check out some new work below!
The Red Stars are once-a-year events! The Handmade Gift Show is also a rarer event but only open to wholesale buyers. If you have a shop and are interested in my work, definitely stop by and check out the Urban Craft Uprising Handmade Gift Show.
Lots of new work and stationery!!
Wowzers what a fun June! VERY excited for the Fremont Solstice Festival, it has been my favorite Seattle event for years and this will be the first time I’m in it as a vendor. Also very excited for the We are Doll Parts Pop up on the 11th. It is an absolutely beautiful shop- definitely stop by and say hello if you’re able.
I will be hosting Cirque Du Kink at my studio for the June 9th Artwalk at the Greenwood Art Collective.
I collect many vintage/antique pieces, but a favorite is- COLORED GLASS. I wanted to experiment drawing some of my collection and turning them into riso prints. I turned the drawings into a cocktail cards set of 5 different designs and an enveloped package, as well as three 8.5’ x 11” prints. Below are some close ups of the color play.
Hello! I'm Cascadian colored pencil artist extraodinaire.