[Might Could Essays]
I’ve written over 100 essays on living, working, and making as an artist. These essays are like a personal journal that allows me to reflect on the ongoing process of discovering and developing myself as an artist. Some common themes are overcoming creative obstacles, developing a personal style, and pondering what it means to live as an artist.
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Might Could Essays
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This Saturday, July 17, is my 9-Year Might Could Anniversary—the day I bought my web domain in 2012 and officially became a business! Each year,
You know, I think I’d be a pretty good plant. Plants typically seek out what works for them, and go all in on that. If
Many artists say they want to “get better at drawing”. Fair enough. I too, want to continually grow and evolve as an artist. But most
For almost a decade now, I have drawn something almost every day, filling up over 35 sketchbooks. Over the years, whether I drew or not
Yesterday marked the end of my 1-month sabbatical from Instagram. From April 2–May 2, I didn’t post anything on social media (Instagram is the only
Lately, Butterbean, my 18-month old daughter, has been toddling around the house clutching crayons in her tiny fists, yelling at the top of her lungs,
If you follow me on Instagram, you may have noticed that my last post was 11 days ago and was a little… gloomy. Usually, I
So, I have a confession. I’m an illustrator and drawing is my life’s passion, but… sometimes I don’t want to draw. I know, I know,
I recently read The Alchemist, a novel by Paulo Coelho, published in 1988. The plot follows a young shepherd as he travels from Spain to Egypt