Artists you should know:
Chris, Deanna and Mez of Tattoo Bogaloo
What can I say? I am beyond flattered at this super in-depth feature of Tattoo Boogaloo from the always witty and hilarious Broke-Ass Stuart's website. Thank you Rae for taking the time and writing this, you are appreciated! Check out the article below:
The Project Breaking Frames, that my college roommate and I organized, got a write up in The Washington Post.
After countless hours of hard work, and a trip to Baltimore, Breaking Frames went off without a hitch. I meet with a wonderful group of Baltimore children. We exchanged drawings with each other in Mrs. Yoder's Classroom, and they were all smiles while they were walking around and seeing the different representations of themselves hung on the gallery wall. I am also honored to have met some of the generous artists who contributed to the show, and to see all of the amazing artwork in person. Breaking Frames art show and benefit was a great success! To learn a bit more, feel free to read the article below.
I made this painting for The Breaking Frames Art Benefit. The Benefit a collaboration between students of Baltimore and artists from all over North America. My college roommate and I are organizing the whole thing and we are very excited about the upcoming auction. Please check out breakingframes-art.com for more info!
San Francisco Illustrator, Deanna Wardin, does new watercolor girl illustrations
I just made four new watercolor illustrations that are now available through my redbubble store.