A collage I made a few years ago for a project. Yes, I know the pitcher isn’t in perspective. But the earring is a real earring!

A collage of a girl making lemons into lemonade



This is a ceramics project from high school. I used porcelain clay, colonial white glaze (with hints of robin’s egg blue), and finished with gold leaf.


I keep these at home. They’re not really for sale.

Tea with an Elephant

A ceramic teapot I made back in high school.

A teapot sculpted as an elephant

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Made with white clay and glaze finish, a simple 2-fire process.


Old dumb art

an ink drawing of the Beatles

Here’s another drawing from my high school daze; I was a freshman. Inspired by this photo of the Beatles:


Here is the finished drawing:


My stippling also got better later on when I did a self portrait in college.

I learned to stop taking the drawing so literally and do some creative tweaking, then it looked a little better on my second try. Micron pens are expensive. That is all.


Natalie & Odie

a painting of a girl and her bunny rabbit

I started painting aroundΒ eighth grade. My first try was a painting of a photo. Here is the photo:

Here is the finished painting:



The worst painting I’ve ever done

a painting of clouds

This painting was such a fail. I was at the beach one summer and I saw this awesome cloud that looked like an elephant jumping in the air (to me)

Do you see it? Or am I cray cray

I decided to do a small painting of it, and I took things a little too far.

After finishing the clouds, I took a silver sharpie and tried to draw a “silver lining”. It ended up looking like pencil, and the painting looked atrocious.


I definitely overdid it, and this painting serves as a reminder.

Silver sharpie is not always the answer, people.