Travel really influences my artwork in both my art print collections and original fine art collections. This new life in Europe will undoubtedly influence the work I create in 2022 and beyond – Skåne has some beautiful landscapes and I’ll definitely be bringing those into the fold more with my collections this year.
The last time I did a real New Year’s resolution was when I was in 5th grade. I gave up drinking soda for the year, did it, and haven't drunk much soda since. As an adult, new year resolutions feel like weights being tied to my ankles and then having to do all the tasks I usually do with those w...
I think highlights look a little different now than they probably did pre-pandemic. Somethings I cherish and appreciate a whole lot more than I did before when seeing friends and family was a part of life. And I bet everyone’s highlights from this year will include a little something that seems c...
The big wins from this year may not have felt like wins if they weren’t achieved during a point in my life that's been filled with instability and uncertainty. I mean, that’s all this is right? Finding balance. The great ebb and flow. So maybe it’s all just a matter of perspective.
I don’t know who needs to hear this but you’re not a sellout if you make prints of your fine art originals. Alternatively, you can absolutely release your work to the world and make fine art collections even if you’re not a master painter, even if you didn’t go to art school.
Artists spend most of their time painting and coming up with new art collections. I wish! I wish so badly that’s all there was to do to make a living as an artist. Sadly, that is not the way of the world of creative entrepreneurship. One day, I will be in a position where I can outsource all the tasks that I’m weakest at and focus more of my time on actually painting. Alas, today I wear many hats. The vast majority of my time is spent turning my artwork into prints.