Sketched with pencil and then painted with watercolors. The rocker is based on the classic Danish Modern Eames style. Doesn’t it look like a nice place to settle in with a good book?
Painted with watercolors.
12in x 12in.
The name Klickitat St. is inspired by Beverly Cleary’s Ramona books and Ramona lives on Klickitat St. in Portland, OR. Ramona is fun and spunky, and I want to reflect that in the nature of my work and in this site. Here’s my process for creating my site’s banner…
I created these three water-color paintings for a dear friend as a baby-shower gift. The pictures I took were rushed, so please excuse the ghost reflection of me taking the pictures. Maybe one day I’ll be able to sneak some better shots of them…
5in x 7in each.
What do you do with old party decorations? Well, leave them up forever, then turn them into party hats, of course!
These giant tissue paper pom poms are so easy to make, who needs a tutorial, you remember this from kindergarten, right?
This is a desk I painted for my sweet daughter. She needed a big girl desk and we found this teachers’ desk, but obviously “wood” color is not acceptable, so she picked out new colors. Raspberry Rush and Pleasing Pink made the cut. I turned out pretty cute.
Flash forward two years, into a new house [with tiny bedrooms], the desk now resides on our back porch, too cute to get rid of.
I designed these business cards for a local lifestyle photographer who wanted to stand out in the industry for quality and these cards were just the ticket. The cards themselves are 14pt card stock and the information is printed on adhesive paper and wrapped around the card.