Category Archives: watercolor

I loved creating this custom project ❤️🎨

These paintings are a recent custom project I was hired to create by a very nice lady. My understanding is that this image was a frequent event and fond memory that this family had no photographs of. The paintings were presented today and I was informed that they loved them. ❤️ This is why I paint for moments like these. 🥰

 

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Watercolor poppy
Everything is changing around us and we cannot control that but what we can control is how we respond to it and how we treat each other. Be the light in someone’s dark day. Find the rainbow in the storm. I am working on some inspirational cards and prints that I plan to have available online soon, as I am trying to adapt to the current situation and be available to anyone who wants my cards ♥️

Here’s the scoop on my 2020 watercolor gnome calendars.

Each of the 12 months have a fun colorful gnome painting accompanied by an inspirational quote to brighten up your month and make you smile 😊

My calendars are printed locally on a lovely 8 1/2 x 11 heavy weight card stock that is spiral bound and hole punched for hanging, then packaged up in a plastic sleeve to protect it.

If you are a local to Fort Collins Colorado you can stop by and see my calendars at the following locations:

2020 watercolor gnome calendar

Mail-n-Copy Fort Collins (PS they printed these beauties up for me and did a fabulous job)

Dandelions & Rust Fort Collins

Thistle Wellington

WalnutCreek Fort Collins

🍄 My 2020 Gnome Calendars 🍄

Introducing my 2020 calendars they’re hot off the presses and just in time for Christmas! ❤️🌲🎁💚  I am so happy with the beautiful quality of these calendars that I had locally made at Mail n Copy in Fort Collins Colorado. They always do such an amazing job and never let me down. I’m so excited to share these fun and inspiring gnome calendars with you 🍄

I illustrated my first picture book and it’s a dream come true!

Today marks the date that Kate and I released our first picture book! I have been so excited to share this new chapter in my life and today is the day! This has been a lifelong dream of mine and an inspiring new way for me to share my love of painting. I am planning some special events with lots of fun stuff including this book. I will post more about that later.                                                                                        The book is titled “Do Geese Have Teeth”  and Kate Grant is the author and I’m honored she chose me to be the illustrator of her darling book ❤️