Hey! There are a couple of time lapse videos on my Vimeo page, which is the closest thing I’ve done to tutorials. See them here.
A little nature watercolor piece that I made as a donation for a silent auction at my city’s zoo. Proceeds go to elephant research (but I’m terrible at drawing elephants, hence bunnies).
Watercolor, ink. 9x12”.
➜ My website!
Hey friends! I think I’ve finally gotten a real life grown-up website (click above). Take a look and let me know if everything seems ok. For a while it was working for some visitors and not others, but I think it should work for most people by now. <3
EDIT: Well gee, it seems like it actually still isn’t working for a lot of people! Feel free to give it a try, but I think I still need to tweak something.
An enclave. Watercolor, ink on cold-pressed watercolor paper. 8x8”.
➜ Still time to get something for 20% off in my shop!
Spend $10+ and get 20% off your entire order. Use code LUVMOM at checkout. Happy Mother’s Day!
Sale goes through this Sunday!
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Mother’s Day sale in the shop! Spend at least $10 and enter code LUVMOM at checkout to get 20% off your order. Yay!
Jeremy Enecio is on tumblr! You should most definitely follow him.
19x30, oil and acrylic on board
Hi everyone! Mother’s Day is this Sunday already so I’m having a sale this week if you want to get your mom (or yourself—I won’t tell) a little something.
Spend at least $10 in my shop, and enter code LUVMOM at checkout to get 20% off your entire order. I’ve added a couple originals to the shop, and Art Surprise Packs are back in stock, too. My shop’s at drawGabbydraw.goodsie.com.
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My previous Oakland apartment was just a block away from Cakeland! You can see all of the turquoise sculpture from the front windows, but I always wondered what was hidden in the back. If you’re in Oakland near Shattuck and 56th St. (I don’t know, maybe you will be someday) take a peek through the windows. It’s really cool. Scott Hove is awesome.
Here’s a sneak peek inside the studio of Oakland-based artist Scott Hove, aptly entitled “Cakeland”
You can view the entire installation via Hi-Fructose Magazine here.
If you are in San Francisco, please join us Thursday, May 2nd for the opening of Scott’s new solo show at Spoke Art Gallery.
Noodling around in between other things…
Hey all! I have a couple of Art Surprise Packs back up for sale in my shop. They come and go as I have enough little drawings and things to fill them up. Each pack is a surprise grab bag of discontinued prints, paper goods, and original art.
For more details, visit the item here in my shop.