[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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When people ask what I do, I usually say ‘I’m an illustrator and I teach online art classes’. I’m hesitant to claim the title teacher, because
We all drew as children, uninhibited and imaginative. We absorbed all the artistic influences around us, from TV to movies to books. At some point,
I’ve been teaching art classes online for almost 6 years. I’ve taught 20 courses and over 70,000 students from around the world. It’s hard to even
It’s common to get reflective at the start of a new year, and many people use this time to make resolutions and goals for the
Yesterday I was listening to a podcast (Dolly Parton’s America, if you’re interested) and the host kept mentioning falling down rabbit holes, which got me
Over the years, through experiences both in art and in daily life, I’ve slowly developed my artistic philosophy, focused primarily on the mental side of
Right now I’m sitting in my favorite coffee shop on my first solo trip out of the house since giving birth, writing my first post-baby
Have y’all heard of Inktober? It’s a drawing challenge originally started by illustrator, Jake Parker in 2009. Every October, artists around the world aim to create an ink drawing daily for 31 days, sharing
I can vividly remember the year I decided to buckle down and start trying to improve my drawing. It was 2014, I was a freelance