We eloped! Illustration for our elopement announcement and party invite.
To see the website I put together : HERE
Digital . 2017
Hand-painted series inspired by Day of the Dead sugar skulls.
Acrylic on wood, sculpey clay and glow in the dark paint accents. 4.5". 2011
Invited by The Beehive Society to create a unique piece of artwork celebrating all forms of #GameofThrones and what better way than to render the badass ladies of the show in Bloody Girl Gang sass and style.
Handlettering and illustration made into stickers
Made patches and totebags to giveaway to the wonderful people who came out for the Women’s March 2018
A piece inspired by a craigslist ad for Missed Connection Art Show curated by The Beehive Society. Taking subtle design elements from the California flag and all things San Francisco! Some people believe in Unicorns... I even made a mini burrito pin to wear at the opening!
Gold foil, cut paper, digital . 2014
Hallagan Business Machines and ChiDM partnered to host a one night only pop-up gallery entitled Risograph: Redesigned. One of my prints was part of their gallery exhibit! I was not able to attend in person and could not get a photo first hand.
Event photos from Hallagan’s FB.
My take on Little Red living in the 60s living in San Francisco.
Celebrating body positivity .
Color pencils & markers. 2018
Inspired by Alice, Gretel, LIttle Red on their friendship journey, handmade into my own little goldenbook.
Oprah for the Time’s Up movement.
Day of the dead is one of my favorite festival and this is another piece inspired by the celebration of life and death.
Limited edition silkscreen print on bfk rives, 11.5" x 14", 2013
and WIP of design and color planning
Hand lettering done with ink and markers. Inspired by the documentary on Netflix : She’s Beautiful When She’s Angry
Vector concept design of halloween at the circus.
Lady in orange dress oil on masonite . 14 x 18 . 2011 . *SOLD
Lady with apple . 14 x 18 . 2011 . *SOLD
Laundromat . 8 x 11 . 2007 . *SOLD
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I was honored to be invited to be part of Hopes & Dreams Art Exhibition curated by The Mia Foundation while I was a student. They gave me a chance to show the world (at Union Square, San Francisco) my work and sold a couple of my paintings.
You can find more of my paintings for sale HERE