365 day challenge – Wink

In 2017, I had the opportunity to meet a fellow artist who shared their sketchbooks with me and I was deeply inspired by what I saw. I thought it was a great way to bank my visions and grow as an artist as well as an excellent opportunity to experiment. So as I mentioned in a previous post, I have given myself a 365-day challenge for 2018 and started my first sketchbook. I am drawing inspiration a daily tarot card as I also practice and grow my intuition. I am really enjoying the process!

Here is a preview of the first few pages of my sketchbook!!! There are 8 squares on each page, and each square represents one day; at the end of the year there will be 46 pages that will make up my new art installation “Wink”.

A preview of the first month of my 365-day challenge “Wink”

I named my sketchbook “Wink” and found a muse in Lucy (my well-used cup cozy!), a coffee shop find from many moons ago that I fell in love with instantly because I am a sucker for kitsch art. I decided to draw permutations on one of her eyes for 365 days in a row (and yes, I am a sucker for putting extra challenges on myself).

My muse Lucy!!!

Every morning, I ask a question, pull a tarot card, and record my thoughts in my journal – which is a new thing for me too. There is something very cool about this practice as it helps clear my mind of all the static! I then go to my sketchbook and do my drawing for the day. I have been learning a lot by doing this challenge so far and I am having a ton of fun in the process. At the end of 2018, I will share my sketchbook with the world along with many surprises and a solo art installation called “Wink”. This is the second time I give myself an entire year to experiment and build on a thought and create a new body of work; I find it very enlightening and with so many possibilities. I am super excited about this project and look forward to sharing my sketchbook as it grows.


The Ghosts of Artrosshes(see in one colour)

the ghost's of artrossh's(see in one colour)

This is the begin of a new series.My intention is to represent The Ghosts of Artrosshes that only see in one colour.This is my first attempt at typograghy art continuing my path as a visual artist using recycled vinyal siding as my canvas, some lite and some dark.Here i used gold leaf,acycrlic paint,and sand from cortes island.To see more of the series please visit the page The Ghosts of Artrosshes on my website.

i would like to…

i would like to thank everyone for getting involved its been inspiring foresure so in 24hr alot of colors came in as i said the color with the most votes wins drum roll”GREEN” there were many shades of green but the fav color was green so here i go with my brushs in my hands what i come up with no one knows but it well be many shades of green stay tune it well be unreaveled by monday morning