Some days I just need to paint. I don’t want to spend days sketching something out before I can paint. I have been looking for a watercoloring book that was made with real watercolor paper, not a mixed media paper. And, I found it from Prima’s “Princesses” Watercoloring Book at Hobby Lobby. The paper holds... Continue Reading →
There are days when art is the only thing that is keeping me together. Art therapy with floral sketches: I highly recommend this book! #NeverStopLearning
I recently finished up a 3-month online digital marketing course with Columbia Business College. Loved it! Although, going back to school later in life was an adjustment. I have two more courses lined up. I’ve been squeezing in painting and drawing when I can. I’ve been thinking about a new tattoo. The above is one... Continue Reading →
I have a little love affair with birds. Listening to their songs bring joy to my heart. God was incrediblely creative when he created these winged, song-giving creatures. Some are very understated in color, others are whimsical and brightly colored. They are one of my favorite painting subject. Here’s some of my latest tributes to... Continue Reading →
Another Christmas has come and gone. I'll tell ya, I was creating art projects up until the last minute this year! I must work well under pressure or something. Lol Here is a recap of this year's projects. I hope you find a little inspiration and go out create something of your own. I'd love... Continue Reading →
I have created these cute watercolor magnets from some of my favorite designs, and they’re for sale! UPDATE: NEW! Watercolor magnets, original designs, 3”x3”, ultra thin style. Limited quantities available. $3.00 each. Available on Have Faith Studio on Etsy: HaveFaithStudioEtsy. Head in over to my Etsy shop to order before they’re gone!
We have a fairly large backyard, and now that the kids are teenagers, the swing set and playhouses are gone. With all that open space, I’ve been daydreaming of creating an art studio from an old vintage camper. There’s only one problem—I have to convince my landscaper husband to park it in the backyard! So,... Continue Reading →
The parable of the boiling frog goes something like this: A frog suddenly thrown into a pot of boiling water will jump out but, if the frog is put in room temperature water, which is then brought to a boil slowly, he will sit back and relax. Maybe swim a little. Because the heat is turned up slowly,... Continue Reading →
I am happy to post this new collection of cow watercolors. This series is colorful and bright, and just makes me happy. After not picking up a paintbrush in over 12 years, I am enjoying this new found creative outlet. It's one that helps me release some stress and anxiety. Below are the latest 6... Continue Reading →
I drew these tattoos a while back but recently the clients finally got inked. I've sketched tattoo ideas for myself in the past but this is the first time someone has inked my design on themselves. It's an honor, truly. Original sketch. Tattoo artist rendition on final ink. Love it! Original sketch. Left: Final tattoo... Continue Reading →
Today is National Handmade Day. Yeah, there's a day for that. In celebration of this fabulous day, I thought I would show off a few things I have been working on lately. Even though the products are not homemade, the art is. So, that counts, right? Wolf and Feather Watercolor Tote | $20.00 Spring Fling... Continue Reading →
I never wanted to be a "starving artist". I attended art school to learn graphic design skills so that I could make a living at my craft. Maybe that's the practical side of me; which is always at fighting with my creative side. So, I became a graphic designer because being a fine artist was... Continue Reading →
28 After the Sabbath, at dawn on the first day of the week, Mary Magdalene and the other Mary went to look at the tomb. 2 There was a violent earthquake, for an angel of the Lord came down from heaven and, going to the tomb, rolled back the stone and sat on it. 3 His appearance was... Continue Reading →
For as long as I can remember I have drawn, painted, designed, stitched...basically, create anything using many different mediums. Being an artist is a special thing. It is a joy to be given the ability and desire to create something beautiful and from the depths of your soul. In the many years of feeding my creativity there are three rules I try to live by...