Get your swag on with this limited reward on Kickstarter!

Hey guys! I have put together some new rewards for you.
I am so excited!

The first is for $15
This reward is for a handmade art ring. Choose from 4 different designs to wear your support.  This piece is perfect for someone who loves unique jewelry and art. Though these custom pieces can withstand getting caught in a rainstorm they are not waterproof. Material Brass material that is silver plated. All products are nickle and lead free. Quality print under a glass dome. Measurements 25 X 18 mm image with an adjustable ring band.
Choose from “Iris”, “Sea Monsta”, “Forgotten Crab-Apples”, or “Mermaid”.

 

The next reward is what I am super excited about! It is a CUSTOM swag bag!
You will receive a 13X13″ illustration tote bag FULL of goodies. Including a ring, a necklace, 4 randomly selected post cards and an 8X10″ print of the new illustration “Holly”.

First you get to pick from 7 designs to put on your bag.

Then you choose a ring from the new reward #3 (mentioned above) and a necklace from reward #5. Then you get to not only have 4 small prints of my work, but the newest illustration “Holly” 8X10″ signed and dated.
For only $85 it is a reward that you can keep for yourself or share with friends for unique gifts!

Thanks again for taking a look! Feel free to spread the word. I appreciate your support.

Water Orchids

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Finally finished this piece! I decided to name her “Water Orchids”.

I created her on a piece of 14 X 17″ Canson recycled bristol.
Tools were a .5 mechanical pencil, a .3 mechanical pencil, a .7 mechanical pencil, tortillian stump and an eraser stick.

Inspiration?
First came the face that I stumbled upon online.
Then I adopted 2 Black Moore goldfish named Sperg and Merbles who make their appearance.
The ice I saw in when driving into Philly. It was caked up and building on the walls on the side of the mountains. It was beautiful.
The Orchids are what ties this piece together. In the language of flowers the orchids symbolize a delicate beauty.
I am choosing to leave all deeper thoughts of this piece to myself so I won’t taint the viewers view.

Here is a step by step of “Water Orchids” You can follow the process on my Instagram or Facebook. I also include some videos of the process as well on those sites.

Prints are available on this website and on Etsy 

 

 

Thanks for taking a look. Here is what is coming up next

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