Watercolor on paper. 8.25″ x 11″. Now of course this isn’t really true. BUT I’m hard on myself and my inner critic is usually telling me “You aren’t doing anything right.” So screw you inner critic, I’m listening to this instead!!
Tonala-style Toucan. Acrylic on paper. 8”x8” (20cm x 20cm). Plucking ripe berries from trees!
Little Tonala-style hen with haiku. Acrylic on paper. 8” x 8” (20cm x 20cm). Time for breakfast!
Linda is a wild feminine soul guide and Qoya movement teacher who has been on a quest for the last decade to reclaim her wild. She spent five years on the hero’s journey, escaping all the external cages she thought were keeping her constrained. But after changing nearly everything in her life and realizing that she still didn’t feel the wildness she most longed for, she set out on the heroine’s descent to dismantle the cage that existed within.
Tonala-style Doves. Acrylic on paper. 8″x8″ (20cm x 20cm). The excerpt from a charming poem written by Louisa May Alcott.
Tonala-style Parrot, “Oscar”. Acrylic on paper. 8″ x 8″ (20cm x 20cm). Encircling words are a Chinese Proverb “Keep a green tree in your heart and perhaps a singing bird will come.)
Alley Artifacts #7. Watercolor on paper. 6″ x 9.25″ (15cm x 23cm).
These are all objects I see while walking through neighborhood alleys as well as signs from older businesses what no longer exist such as A&A Fish. Many homes have these metal decorative suns.
Tonala-style cat #7. Acrylic on paper. 7″ x 7″. Named “Salvador” for the artist who also has an extravagant mustache.
Alley Artifacts #6. Watercolor on paper. 6.5″x10″. All of these images come from things I see while walking through older Denver neighborhoods. Some like the “Eat In Take Out” sign are from places that no longer exist. I like painting these pictures of a grittier, less gentrified Denver.
Tonala-style dog, “Rudo.” Acrylic on paper. 8.5″ x 8″. He’s a little fierce-looking thus the name, “Rudo” (Badass).