I was taking some reference pictures for future works when my daughter knocked down the tripod and the camera hit the floor. needless to say I no longer have a camera, but another one was already ordered and its on its way. while the new one doesn’t arrive, please enjoy my last progress shots of my Tree of Life.
so far, so good. 25 x 20 inches, and using white pastel for the highlights instead of colored pencil. I am really enjoying to work in a bigger format.
in a couple weeks I’ll be for the third time displaying my work at the Lexington Bluegrass Pagan Pride festival. this year I’ll be showing five pieces along with Tammy Wampler and other artists in a show named Web of Life. creation, cycles of life and the Divine Feminine are some of the subjects of the artworks to be displayed in the show. I’m happy for once more collaborating to this beautiful event. taken by the Pagan spirit, I decided to give another try to my Tree of Life painting. […]
leaving tomorrow for my in-laws. one week away from domestic routine, hooray! no internet access, so all I want to do is to work in some new sketches and read. dunno if I’ll be able to do all I want – one week is not much and I still have to take care of my baby. above, the project I am leaving home to continue working on when I come back. it’s called Padma (lotus, in sanscrit), and I am loving the ethereal purple and pink. can’t wait to finish […]
about two weeks ago I began to feel a strong wish of working in a piece about abortion. I got to make a nouveau-style illustration some time ago, but nothing close to this work I started to develop early last week and decided to call Our Lady of the Angels-Gone. writing this post was very difficult, since many questions came to my mind, questions that lead to another to another to another… the ones who know me know that I am totally pro life, and it saddens me to know […]