End of Month Update

Hello There!

First off, I know I've done pretty horrible at updating this blog, but I promise I will get better at this. With that said, QUITE a few things have happened since I last checked in. IM ENGAGED! I am proud to announce that the love of my life, my other half, finally proposed :-) We are beyond excited to start this new chapter of ours!

Im getting Married!! <3 

Im getting Married!! <3 

Any who, on to the next order of news. Ive been making progress on some pieces. I actually stopped by LIU a few days ago and found a little gem that got lost in the dark spaces of my old locker: Introducing, "Cecelia" (Working title)

She's smiling, but I'm sure she's pissed that I forgot about her!

She's smiling, but I'm sure she's pissed that I forgot about her!

Other pieces I'm working on include "At Mothers request", and "Inner Calm" (both working titles, no worries). You can check out the progress shots below. Ive been trying my hardest to give my art career a fighting chance. Ive even went so far as to quit a job that cut into my studio time. Im fully convinced that this will be the year that will rival all others. Stay on the lookout for updates and store/ portfolio additions within the upcoming weeks. As always, stay alive, my friends.


Hey everyone, how's it going? As you may have noticed, I have updated this site. The old look started to bore me. Ive tried to make this as accessible as possible without losing the feel of my artwork. As the time goes by, I do hope to update as much as I can. I am currently working two jobs (teacher and gallery assistant), and looking for another to replace them both. All this while trying to find time to work on a few projects. Im no longer in school and don't plan on starting my Masters degree at least for another year or so, so I definitely want to use this time to build up my portfolio. 

Im actually here at work as Im typing. BRIC gallery is located at 647 Fulton Street in Brooklyn NY 11217. Let me say this, the place is phenomenal! Right now, we are having our Biennial Show, which is showcasing works from 27 artists, all from the downtown Brooklyn area. I advise everyone to stop by and check out the art- definitely worth it!

Until next time.