“God made mud, God made dirt, God made boys so girls can flirt.”
“I’m not rushing into being in love. I’m finding fourth grade hard enough.”
“When I first saw you I was afraid to talk to you, When I first talked to you I was afraid to like you, When I first liked you I was afraid to love you, Now that I love you I’m afraid to lose you!”
“I wasn’t kissing her I was whispering in her mouth”
David, the boy in my imagination.
Pencil sketch, painted with coffee on 300gsm paper.
FEATURED in Mixed Media
16 Febr. 2011.
FEATURED in Uncommon materials to draw or paint with
25 September 2012.
FEATURED in Live, love, dream
29 September 2012.
FEATURED in Everyday Women
3 June 2013.
A laminated print
Have you ever painted with coffee? Believe it or not, it’s a wonderful medium for monochromatic artwork, with a wide range of rich brown hues.
You can use both instant and regular coffee to paint with. Instant coffee is a great time-saver—all you have to do is dissolve some instant coffee in hot water. Change the coffee/water ratio to achieve a lighter or richer color. Darker hues will require less water than the lighter shades.
Read here for more coffee painting tips!
A canvas print