These days I’m working on developing a new product – Wrapping paper!
I’m using a handmade stamp to create the patterns for the paper; professional quality printing ink and recycled paper.
I find something very interesting in the process of repetition. I actually love it! it puts me in some sort of meditative state of mind that I really enjoy.
It did take quite a bit of time, and I’m still working on making it more sustainable…. but it’s a good start
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I’m so excited to announce that 3 of my illustrations are at The University House in Seattle, WA. The opening was last month but with the road trip and work, I didn’t have a lot of time to upload this guys here. But here they are! Enjoy!
It was a quite busy at the opening, so much fun!
I took some time to look at the other artists work. There were pretty cool circles there.
Grandma Jeanne Horsey was there too! she’s one of my favorite artists <3
Today I just wanted to say I <3 cows. We don’t really talk a whole lot about them, but we use them every day, don’t we?
Since last week we changed our way of experiencing grocery shopping and cooking. We signed up to Acme Farms and Kitchen which is “Whatcom County’s simple solution to eating delicious, locally produced food. We grow, gather and test regionally produced food so all you need to do is shop online, pick up your order [at our convenient Bellingham location] and feast”.
To me it’s a great food system when you know where and how your food is produced, you can reduce waste in significant amounts, eat fresh, organically and locally produced food and when you don’t get bored of eating the same food over and over. Oh! and very important… at a reasonable price. If you’re local please check them out Here. If not, check them out anyways to get an idea of what you may find or start in your community. I feel like it’s a way of changing the world, one step at a time.