Things are pretty crazy and busy right now, so here's another quick post.
Life update: Kellan and I have moved into our apartment, unpacked and decorated. It looks awesome! Now we just need some house guests... and the internet! I'm bumming off my parents' at the moment.
Here's a couple pictures of my amazing new workspace!
It's in the bedroom, but I divided the space a little with the tapestry.
Big, beautiful window!
Storage and a little personal work on display that you may recognize.
I love hanging art with clothespins! And bulletin boards, as you can see.
The best scanner ever sits on my dresser.
Also, I've started work at Urban Outfitters, although the minimal hours may become an issue by the end of the month. I'm hoping this will change soon though! It is the perfect job for me to couple with freelancing.
Some exciting news: I received an email from Annie Ericsson, an art assistant at Penquin/Putnam saying that she really enjoyed my postcard and posted it on her blog! She enjoys my work a lot, and suggests that I now make more pieces with a continued plot and characters. I'm on it!
Also, I've been getting some responses from other companies from my postcards, but I feel like I shouldn't jinx myself by discussing that too much yet. Baby steps! It's exciting to know that people are seeing my work, though.
The spots I was going to have in the September issue of "What's Up, Annapolis?" Magazine have now been moved to February so they can be larger. Here's to hoping that the next article isn't bumped! I can't wait to see it in print!
"Honey Bee," Gouache and Digital, 2011.
And last, but not least, here we have another post for Square Carousel! You need to go check out the site for yourself, but here's a snippet of my explanation of the piece:
"This quote I found very fitting to my personal life, as well as an interesting fact..."
Go look at the challenge theme! It was a great, and broad idea. So far the interpretations have been really interesting.
That's all for now!