Sunday, November 26, 2006

Unique Christmas Gift Ideas

That's right, folks- Thanksgiving is over, and it's time to start thinking about Christmas gifts. I've lowered the prices of many paintings on my website, and there are quite a few that are LESS THAN $500!!!!!!!. My most recent painting, shown above, just happens to be one of them. You can purchase it for $375 right HERE. I painted this from a photograph that I took while on my honeymoon in Santorini, Greece.

A painting is a unique gift that can be cherished for many years, and the prices of my paintings, at this moment, are very low. This is the perfect time to invest in something that can become part of the home of someone you love. Many of my paintings are priced lower than $500 and are included in the link above. To see all of my works for sale, including drawings and photographs, click HERE.

If the cost of an original work of art is too high for you right now, feel free to browse my GIFT SHOP for prints, t-shirts, mugs and many other items that feature my work.

I hope everyone has a fabulous holiday!

Thursday, November 16, 2006


If you were nearby, and if I could bake, this is the cake I would bake you! (Although, the candle seems a little too randomly placed... I wouldn't make that mistake) Anyway, Happy Birthday! ... Unfortunately, it's already 6pm, so you probably won't read this on your ACTUAL birthday- but I hope it was a good one!

Sunday, November 12, 2006

I Made a Monkey Out of Clay

Here is the product of a teacher workday.

Wednesday, November 01, 2006

Cute Clothes

When my sister and I were little, we found immense joy in playing with pots and pans. We also enjoyed crawling in and around the kitchen cabinets; I can only hope that my future kids are so easily entertained. One day, my mom decided to do something (maybe her hair?) in another room while leaving my younger sister, Hillary, alone in the kitchen. By the time Mom came back, Hillary had pulled out all sorts of condiments as well as tupperware, but it wasn't the brightly colored Quik or JIF containers that caught my sister's eye. It was a small, modest unmarked container that just HAPPENED to be filled with powdered sugar that she took an interest in opening. Mom walked back in to see a pile of sugar all over the floor and a sticky toddler covered in white and sucking her fingers. I decided to make a drawing to remember the occasion, and here you will find it on a baby-suit. Click HERE to view this image on other items or clothing.