To my delight, his week I’ve been featured on Kettlepot Tracks Art on the Hill.
I absolutely love what they are doing over there. The husband and wife team invite independent musicians and bands to their home just outside of Philadelphia, where they record live tracks and videos for their blog. They also feature visual artists, weekly.
If you’d like to check out my little feature, that can be found here.
This week I have been really throwing myself into full illustrations. As much as I loved drawing just busts of animals, they left something to be desired. Backgrounds. Currently, I am working on a series of animal based illustrations that tell a story.
Both prints are available for purchase over at the shop.
I’ve been super busy with commissioned projects. Here’s a quick look at this past weeks work.
My sister is really embracing the art of pickling and canning her homegrown veggies. I’ve been asked to design some labels for her jars to be gifted to friends and family.
A quick logo for a friend’s new band.
Ongoing project for a massage therapist’s new business cards. There have been several versions of similar designs, and we are still working to reach a final product.
A few weeks ago, I was commissioned to illustrate a group portrait for the band, I Heard A Lion. This week I had the pleasure of illustrating a slightly fictional portrait of Aaron Hale.
I love doing portraits of different types of people, but when a client has amazing ideas, like Aaron, only good things can happen. This was, by far, my favorite portrait to work on.