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I had tons of fun meeting all you faeries, goblins, and lost boys at Faerie Worlds this weekend! Here are some pictures from the event.
I had lots of fun meeting everyone at Kent Cornucopia this weekend. I also started a new picture that I can not wait to digitize and finish.
This weekend I will be at Kent Cornucopia Days. I am excited to see everyone again this year. If you want to come and buy prints directly from me or just come by to chat come to:
Kent Cornucopia DaysJuly 10th-13th 2014
Street Fair (Lions Street Fair, Fine Arts, Kent Farmers Market)
Hope to see you there!
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In this journey I have been on, for me and my artwork, I have discovered a better sense of myself. I have also discovered that it is important to know that you have indeed changed along the way.
I started this journey knowing I could draw and being as humble as anyone could be about it. I was very quiet and not overly outgoing. I drew a lot when I was growing up never thinking I was anything special. People would compliment me and I would brush it off. People would tell me "you could sell that!" and I thought "ya right".
Eventually I decided that if fantasy art was my passion ,and it is, I should try to make selling it work. I found out how to be a vendor at events and started off on my way. I have a mentor that pushed me and showed me how to present myself. I found that people really did like my art. The compliments no longer fell on def ears. I found my Faerie family at different events and started dressing as my art. I started playing with the Faerie Smasher and mingling with the vendors. As I met people through the day at events I would find them later at the Masquerades and "gather" them around me as we would laugh and play.
Even through all this I thought I was the person I had started the journey as. I stood there in my stripped Faerie Queen dress and told someone that I was shy and a wallflower. She looked at me and told me that I needed to look in the mirror. I had changed and I didn't know it. That I was not projecting the person that I saw as me in my head to others anymore. I had grown. With that realization I have a new look on myself and my artwork and where I want to go!
I am still humble about my art. I can always grow and learn more which is exciting. But now I can be my new self the confident, happy, and outgoing person that I am today. I still have TONS to learn but now I can continue my journey knowing that I have blossomed and I like what I turned into.
Welcome to my magical world filled with Faeries, Elves, Pirates and a little bit of pixie dust.
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