Easter Week #ledartsupply #zebrapenus


Easter week. The week leading up to the remembrance that is the most special one for every Christian. Easter Sunday – the day we remember not the death, but the resurrection of a living Christ.  Since I started making art a few years ago, each Easter I make a special piece to celebrate. While I… Continue Reading

Hahnemühle Calendar Painting Competition 2019 is Open!


Recently I’ve been using the beautiful papers from  Hahnemühle FineArt! They have such wonderful papers and I have been experimenting and putting the papers through their paces. Having a wonderful time! And now I have something new to focus on for a bit – Hahnemühle has announced their Calendar Painting Competition for 2019! The theme this year is… Continue Reading

A Little Steampunk


I just have to post this steamship somewhere – in all its glorious steampunkiness! A couple friends and I were working hard on a tangle book about steampunk that we never quite finished.  I thought I’d pull a few of my pieces of art out and share them today! My steamship in the first photo… Continue Reading

Sketch Diary from Hahnemühle is Fun and Useful!


You may remember this piece of art from a few weeks back. Seriously fun to do! Let me introduce you to a product from Hahnemühle that makes it easy to reinvent this piece down the road!  Recently I have been doing some product reviews for  Hahnemühle Fine Arts! They generously sent me product to try… Continue Reading

Anatomy of a Pig #hahnemühle #zebrapen #mindylacefield


I thought about showing a progression of  photos in the making of this little piggy. Hence the “Anatomy” part of my blog title. But. We are in the midst of a massive snow storm and the photos turned out so dark. There is currently no sun. My little piggy looked awful. This was a scanner photo,  which is why… Continue Reading

Gelli Fun! #zebrapenUS


 I love working with gelli plates! You never know how it is going to turn out, but it is almost always wonderful! Awhile back, I was at an art class and we  were using gelli plates – I was working with an art journal and some stencils.  On the right hand side, I did the above… Continue Reading