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My Top 10 Tips for Self-Taught Artists: How to Grow and Succeed We live in a world full of rich virtual education opportunities, a traditional art school experience isn’t the only way. For those fortunate enough to have known their path, have it validated as children, or have the time and resources to go through […]

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“Way-back-when”, before I ever set up my very own site, I started this little art and design business of mine as a hobby through Etsy. As my business grew, processes were polished, and client artwork was created, I really fine-tuned my process so that my customer service was top-notch and completely thorough. As of writing, […]

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I’ve been so fortunate this year to be able to paint at different events at Merrimon-Wynne! I’ve adored the picture perfect southern venue for years, from the spacious porch to the charming architectural details. So when the Merrimon-Wynne team got in touch to ask if I would do a surprise live event painting for the […]

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It’s safe to say I’m in love with 2019’s Pantone Color of the year (and have been for some time!) I’m excited to share a post from Bumble and Bustle today that includes a feature of one of my coral stationery sets. Check it out here!

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digitizing watercolor artwork!

Join me for a free online workshop Thursday, September 19, where I'll personally walk you through each step in the digitizing process and answer questions!

During this free, 1-hour online workshop, we'll take a completed watercolor painting, scan it, clean it up in Photoshop (it's a lot simpler than it sounds!) and look at how to save your file for quality printing and future use!