I have been drawing for as long as I can remember. I create with colored pencil, ink, acrylic paint and watercolors. “My NY” was the first piece I ever finished. My impression of the people in the city started my “Bendy Peeps”. My fluid, swirly style may be a result of the metal rod in my spine, which keeps my back perfectly straight!

THANK YOU so much to everyone who has taken the time to view, favorite, feature and purchase my work!


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  • Joined: July 2010

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How I Created My "Windy Day" Preview

Hi! The lovely room above, where my “Windy Day” virtually hangs, was created with WallApp-Powered by OhMyPrints. Just pick the room you like and drop your artwork in! Have fun!
Posted 5 months – Leave a comment

"What A Witch!" Group

Hi All! Please check out my new witchy group! I hope all who are interested will join in the fun. No R rated stuff please. Thanks and see you soon.
Posted almost 6 years – Leave a comment

Trick or Treat Series

My Trick or Treat series features my children as The Princess and The Elephant on Halloween. They are on a long, lonely journey for treats. The first drawing shows the children on their way to The Dark House set in the backround. / Trick or Treat 2 – The Dark House shows the view from inside the house. You can see that the tree featured in the first drawing is now in the backround. / Tric…
Posted about 6 years – Leave a comment

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