When I was a kid, my art always involved other people. Greeting cards, drawings, gifts. It all included others. As I grew up, it turned more inward to being about me. What I wanted to create, what I liked. It wasn’t until embarking on a daily art making practice that i returned to creating art that included others. That’s why I do these daily drawings and surprise others with them. It’s the best way for me to use my talents and passion to bless others. How do you (or can you) use your gifts, talents and abilities to bless others? | art inspired by @victoria.arvizu #yoga #yogi #yogaart #yogaartist #fitness
For this post I’m sharing about the inspiration behind the Doctor Labrador Retriever.
I've thankfully had a pretty uneventful medical history so far. I've never stayed in a hospital overnight, never had to have major surgery, but i've been around loved ones who have. Because of my lack if interaction with doctors and medical staff aside from the routine check ups and hospital visits, I tend to get an uneasy feeling around them. And I get the heebie-jeebies as soon as I small rubbing alcohol.Read More
Another pet portrait Christmas gift that's proudly hanging in the customers home already! This poor kitty had a close call before Christmas making this portrait even more special to them. #petportrait #cat #christmasgift #portrait #petart #catart #custom #originalart #oneofakind #art #artist #petportraitartist #catlover