A drawing a day

One of my 2018 new year’s resolution is making an effort to make time to draw. So ideally, I will draw for an hour everyday and complete a drawing for an upcoming project. This one will definitely have a spotlight somewhere in my work. A phrase I heard on our car rides home growing up, … More A drawing a day

Late night studio nights

To the most recent nights in my studio. I’m making slow progress, but advancing with each drawing. Below are a few works in progress for a new project in the works. These patternsare done in opaqure pens on clear vinyl. Next step will be burning this on screen for screen printing.

Curently exhibiting work in Dallas at the Latino Cultural Center 

La Frontera of Education: DCCCD Art Exhibition November 10, 2017 – January 6, 2018 Opening Reception: Friday, November 10, 2017, 6 to 8 pm This exhibition features work of art from professors from the Dallas County Community College District’s campuses. My work will be shown among the many including Mary Becker, James Behan Du Chau, … More Curently exhibiting work in Dallas at the Latino Cultural Center 

Desk drawings

 Im starting a new routine of daily desk drawings to further my drawing practice. Here is a sketch for an upcoming series for #womenswork my first drawing. Enjoy! As the days progress, so do the drawings. Below are continous line drawings in ink on BFK paper.

¡Pa’delante Mestizaje! exhibits at Centre[3] in Ontario, Canada

I have the privilege of showing my current work in Canada. Thanks to curator Sally Frater who asked me to work alongside Centre[3] and their great staff to show this work.  My art will always be featured in review for the Arts & Culture section in the Silhouette titled Mix and Match by: Razan Samara writer … More ¡Pa’delante Mestizaje! exhibits at Centre[3] in Ontario, Canada


Creating silk screen frames for drawings and prints