There are moments in time where our eyes are not used for sight, but to tell a story. Eyes can tell so much about a person: their journeys, heartaches, successes and thoughts within. From these instances, beautiful art is born.
I have been an artist since I could hold a crayon. I really enjoy creating amazing pieces of art for people and seeing their smiling faces. I am able to create just about anything! I hope you enjoy my website and art.
I create custom paintings and murals of all kinds. Feel free to contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org. I can't wait to create for you!
Meet Stepheni. She came to me wanting a very personal piece to depict a challenging journey in her life. She gave me full creative freedom and didn't want to see the finished piece until we were in person. She put all of her faith and trust in me to create a very emotional and empowering piece just for her. She was and still is very happy with this piece! Thank you, Stepheni, for giving me the opportunity to bring your journey to life.
I adore black and white with a small splash of color! You will notice the 3-D affect of the flowers. This affect was achieved with a modeling paste being mixed into the acrylic paint. It dries raised and textured and it's just fun and beautiful.
This 24" x 30" empowering beauty will be hanging at the Natural Beginnings Birth Center in Statesville where Raina was born almost two years ago. As women, we need to embrace our ability to birth babies naturally. We are stronger than we think we are and can accomplish anything that we set ourselves up to accomplish. Giving birth to a small life is beautiful, peaceful, enduring, strenuous, trying and most importantly EMPOWERING. I am so proud to have had the opportunity to give birth at Natural Beginnings. The staff is always smiling and always has open arms to help you, support you and encourage you. The midwives are exceptional women whose life's work is to empower women to birth outside of our current societal norm. They genuinely care for our well being as expectant mothers and have dedicated their lives to bringing new lives into this world. Thank you, ladies, for all that you do!
This was a very exciting project for me. I decided to take to trying out a sort of henna design technique with acrylic paint. I loaded up a cake decorating bag with black acrylic and piped the design onto each canvas. I designed each tree to represent a play on each kind of tree, a willow tree, an evergreen/pine tree, an apple tree, and a palm tree. What a pleasant surprise and beautiful outcome! There will definitely be more of this technique in my future projects.
A friend of mine came to me requesting this beautiful piece. She had it perfectly planned in her mind and needed me to portray it in color. This was so much fun to paint and will now forever be a piece for her family in her home.