It has been a very long time since I was on here! I hope everyone is doing well!
I recently finished my schooling for web design. As a result I created a new website called The Fairy Gathering.
This is a place for fairy artists to have a gallery to help promote their work. I know how hard it is to get recognition and just to get out there. Take a look and let me know what you think! If you are interested in having a gallery take a look at the guidelines page.
All the best,
I know no one wants to hear about art theft but I found something that might be a potential problem to some artists. I'm not saying that there is definetly theft going on, but I want artists to look out for eachother and warn each other when something comes up. So this is me doing my part, as I don't have time to find all these individual artists.
This will take some searching through, and I just come across it here and there. Everyone knows I'm doing jewelry now, so I've been paying a lot of attention to the use of Polymer Clay. On Ebay and Etsy there are several sellers using photo transfer technique onto polymer clay. Which means any imag
I was hoping by now that I would have new art to post. But of course i don't.
I have been really busy with jewelry commissions, which I'm thrilled with. I have also officially become my own business...just gotta figure out all that icky tax stuff.
But I also made an important decision. I work as a graphic designer, which I love, but in all honesty it gets harder and harder to pay the bills. So for the last few months I've been trying to come up with a new career, that I'm not going to hate. I explored every option imagineable.
Finally I decided I would go back to school for web design...never ever had I considered it. I guess I felt it was