I enjoy drawing people, particularly faces and eyes. You'll find me using coloured pencils, alcohol markers, ballpoint pens and watercolours/gouache.
I usually work on quite a small scale.
I specialize in alcohol markers, ballpoint pens, colored pencil, drawing, gouache, mixed media, portraits, realism, small scale, traditional art, watercolour.
Meadhbh sitting on a bar stool and twisting to her right. Bic4 Ballpoint Pen on Archival 9” x 12” paper. Model: Meadhbh (Maeve).
Quick sketchbook portrait of Yolanda. Bic4 Ballpoint Pen, Yellow Micron pen on Archival 9” x 12” paper.
Daily sketch , while sitting in from of a fresh mint growing in a lovely vintage bucket.
Most of my work is water themed nowadays , I live on the lake and many of my artworks have been influenced by East Bayfront Waterfront Toronto.
A Peaceful Exhale
Drawing Prompt Submission
One of the last Trump portraits I did. Done on the iPad PRO with a program called Art Set Pro.
Four legs good, two legs bad.
It's crazy to think that 6 years have already flown by since I first moved onto the Xcel gymnastics team, let alone the fact that I've spent 15 years of my life as a gymnast. Tomorrow, August 6th, 2021, marks my last day as a gymnast on the team since I'm officially a college student. I've genuinely been dreading this day, but it's not the ending I expected...in an oddly good way. I know no one expected to spend the past year in a pandemic, and I definitely didn't think gym would shift so much in the following months, but here we are. Gymnastics has taught me more than I ever imagined it could, and my coaches (especially one of them) have become two of the people I'm closest with, words can't describe how grateful I am for everything. This 'ending' doesn't feel like an end, more so a closing to this chapter. Honestly, my love for the sport has only grown, and it feels like I'm finally figuring it all out. So, although my final practice as a team member is tomorrow, my journey is not over yet. "Goodbyes are the hardest part, and this ending has been something I’ve been dreading, although I know it’s time to let go. I’d like to say this isn’t a permanent goodbye to you or the sport, it’s more of a natural conclusion. Thank you from the bottom of my heart for everything you’ve done for me and managed to teach me in this short amount of time, I couldn’t have asked for anyone, or anything, better. Thank you most of all for helping me achieve my dreams and for helping me get to a point in which I can say I’m proud of my journey.
All that’s left to say is I care about you, I love you, and take care."
Little Teddy. Drawn with my trusty 0.03 and 0.05 fineliners on A4 smooth cartridge paper. That face!!!
The lovely Leo. Drawn with 0.93 and 0.05 fineliners on smooth A4 cartridge.
ink, gouache and 23k gold leaf on skate deck. SOLD
Another lyrical legend portrait. The magnificent David Bowie, a composition made using the preferred medium of characo upon cartridge paper
A charcoal composition of the wondrous John Lennon.
Acrylic on Bristol