photographer. artist. author. singer. songwriter. musician. teacher. student. humanitarian. visionary.

Time to Celebrate!

Usually, I don’t celebrate before my final exams, but in the past two days, I’ve just finished up my 5 page psych. paper (APA, of course + 5 peer reviewed journal references) + Cross Cultural Communication Powerpoint prezi (with audio) along with 14 forum postings. Whew!

So yeah, it’s time to celebrate. I only have 3 final exams remaining- I’ve finished my last homework assignment tonight. The worst is over! Everything else is gravy.

I’m really excited to begin a new chapter in my life and feed the artist in me that’s been dying to get out for so long. I’m venturing into new artistic territory by converting my RAW high quality photos into digitally rendered imapstos & gauche oils as well as watercolours. Here are two examples:

Water Lilies
Water LiliesMJ

And Joshua’s tree
JoshuasTreeMJ

Josh and I did the last one together, hence the title. Off to make green tea and feed my guy. Au Voir!

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6 responses

  1. Feminine and Feline

    I’m so proud of you!!! < 3

    December 8, 2014 at 1:00 am

  2. Anonymous

    Love Love Love “Joshua’s Tree” !!!

    December 8, 2014 at 6:41 pm

  3. Both very effective images…do you and Josh make a lot of art together?

    December 24, 2014 at 12:42 pm

    • You know, we don’t. We’re both musicians/songwriters and singers, and I’m a “traditional artist” (photography, etc.) but I had to actually bring it to Josh’s attention that he’s an artist too. One day, he showed me some really awesome designs that were a bit like the snowflakes you make with scissors- except he did it digitally by mirroring symmetrically- 10+ times in various geometrical shapes. The results are awesome patterns that are never the same- it’s a really incredible process. I couldn’t believe he did that “just for fun” and I’d never seen anything like it. But no., we don’t often make art together. We do always support each other and offer feedback, etc.

      December 24, 2014 at 2:51 pm

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