The Art Blog!
Transition to motherhood… in watercolor
I couldn’t possibly paint all of THAT with my beloved all-forgiving acrylics. I had to go with the medium that resonates with the experience – the uncontrollable watercolor.
If The Orange Walls Could Talk
In the year of 2020, when the entire world was hunkering in isolation, I was obsessing over cacti and brightly colored walls typical for Latin and Mediterranean countries.
How I Run My Art Practice on a Budget
Watch this video to learn about how I set up my studio and run my art practice on a budget.
Painting Pop-Art Icon Corita Kent on a Guitar
Along with 30 other San Diego artists, I was offered to design an EVH Wolfgang Standard electric guitar for a non-profit fundraiser.
What does success mean to an artist?
An an emerging artist, I often ask myself: What is my voice? Who am I as an artist? What does success mean to me? This last one, I think, I finally answered for myself. It happened when Mama Africa found its new home.
The inspiration behind Mama Africa
I don’t know how it works for other artists, but I go through phases. They can be short or long, inspired by major ideas or little things. This summer, I was binge-listening to Trevor Noah while working in my studio.
The Legacy of Corita Kent. Guitar Art
Guitar I designed for the ArtWalk online auction featuring Corita Kent, the American Catholic nun, a pop-art icon and art educator.
Painting Shiva with a palette knife
Join me at the studio and watch me paint a portrait of the Indian god Shiva based on the photo of my yoga teacher. In this video, I want to show you how I painted Shiva using a palette knife.
Unconventional Ocean Pour
How to make an acrylic pouring artwork if you don’t have acrylic paints or canvas? Watch me creating this ocean wave pour with scrap materials and leftover house paints.
My Funny Koala video tutorial
If you are looking for a simple project that you can make with your children and with a minimum of art supplies, this video tutorial is just what you need 🙂