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Another flower pattern before switching subjects?

Another flower pattern before switching subjects?

  This was my first version of a pattern that later became… this one. Same pinks and yellow, but radically different execution.          

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A MATS class assignment: ceramic collection

A MATS class assignment: ceramic collection

Last week, like every week since the beginning of the Make Art That Sells/Home Decor class, I created a collection of home decor objects. The substrate of the week was ceramic, the main theme lettering, and for the first time, I feel like sharing the…

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Just a blue bird

Just a blue bird

It’s not the first time Frida Kahlo appears in one of my drawings, but it’s only once I was done that I realized this week’s image was also referencing Geninne Zlatkis: this print of hers is on the wall at the right of my desk,…

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More flowers!

More flowers!

Another short post while I’m immersed in the fantastic 5-week-long Home Decor online class I’m taking: those are new versions of the flowers I posted last week, in a few variations. Just flowers, but a whole field of them!        

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Field flowers

Field flowers

I’m currently taking a Make Art That Sells online class (is there a name for online classes addiction?) with Lilla Rogers and Margo Tantau, Creating Collections for Home Decor. This week is all about drawing flowers and sketching ideas of fabric products (pillows, poufs, curtains, you…

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Quick and colorful ferns

Quick and colorful ferns

My self-assignment for this week wasn’t the most glorious one: I just needed something quick. I’m back from a few days in Colorado (it was gorgeous!) and here’s what I managed to prepare before leaving: I browsed my drawings from the 365 Drawing Experiment, picked a…

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The California drought illustrated: a new version of the state flag

The California drought illustrated: a new version of the state flag

It’s the small things, like the waiters no longer authorized to bring you a glass of water unless you ask for it. The much bigger things, like the sad brownish shade that replaced the lush green in so many places, or the fact rain sometimes seems like a distant…

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