Art for Superheroes

The thing about perfection is that it's unknowable. It's impossible, but it's also right in front of us the whole time. -Kevin Flynn

Pandemic: Introduction

Pandemic: Introduction

We didn’t expect it.     That’s the phrase the news had repeated over and over again in the days that followed the emergence of the pandemic. No one had anticipated it would come so quickly and with such a vengeance. For all of our zombie preparedness jokes and games, in the dismal days following ... Read More

30 Days, Day 7: Where the Magic Is

30 Days, Day 7: Where the Magic Is

Day 7: You are locked in a library after hours. This one was a little more challenging, so I had to spread it out over what seemed like an eternity-getting stuck in a library is much more difficult than I thought! I’ve rewritten this twice. Also, don’t try to find Sweetwater on a map of ... Read More

30 Days, Day 6: Meet Janine

30 Days, Day 6: Meet Janine

Day 6: An explosion knocks you to the ground, and you struggle to catch your breath. I really, really disliked family dinners. I disliked them to the point of making it a goal to volunteer for every holiday shift and hourly time slot that fell on a relative’s birthday. But, I couldn’t get out of ... Read More

30 Days, Day 5: Captain America and Me

30 Days, Day 5: Captain America and Me

Day 5: Write about your hero, real or imagined. Why do you respect this person? What have you learned from them? There’s something to be said about heroes. Everybody has one, whether they choose to admit it or not; we all have the one person or thing that we look up to. We have to. ... Read More

30 Days, Day 4: Not Your Regular Commute

30 Days, Day 4: Not Your Regular Commute

Day 4: You check your rear-view mirror and see several SUVs with tinted windows following you. There are moments in your life where you think, if I had just done that one little, seemingly unimportant thing differently, everything would have been okay. The problem with that kind of thinking is that, no matter how much you ... Read More

30 Days, Day 3: A Coffee Date With 2015’s Sara Wagner

30 Days, Day 3: A Coffee Date With 2015’s Sara Wagner

Day 3: Go on a coffee date with the person you were 2 years ago. You know that feeling, that anxious, gut rumbling feeling when you’re about to face something you’ve been putting off? That’s how I felt the day that I saw her again. That was the day I saw me again, a Sara ... Read More

30 Days, Day 2: My Fake Autobiography

30 Days, Day 2: My Fake Autobiography

Day 2: Write the autobiography of the life you weren’t brave enough to live. Sara Mosher was born in Upstate NY in 1986. After graduating from high school in 2004, she pursued her dream of becoming a field paleontologist, and graduated from Pennsylvania University with a doctorate in Paleontology. Dr. Mosher began her journey into ... Read More

30 Days 2017, Day 1: Dylan’s Perspective

30 Days 2017, Day 1: Dylan’s Perspective

Day 1: Describe yourself from your pet’s point of view.  For this one, I’ll be using the love of my life, my 10 year old tabby cat Dylan. Hi, my name is Dylan-or at least, that’s what my person(s) call me. That didn’t use to be my name, but I don’t think much about that ... Read More

News & Updates

Controlled Chaos: The Acrylic Pouring Technique

If you’ve spent any time on my Facebook, Instagram or if you’re lucky, in my studio, you’ve probably noticed that lately I’ve been obsessed with acrylic pouring. Acrylic pouring is a technique where the artist mixes acrylic paint and a flow extender like Floetrol or even water to create mesmerizing abstract artwork. Some artists even add silicone or ... Read More

Why You Need to Buy Art

Alright the title of this sounds a little suspicious because I am an artist that sells art. But, hear me out. As an artist, family and friends constantly ask me for artwork. Typically, I’m happy to just give it to them because a.) I didn’t pay for a formal art education, and b.) it makes me very happy to see people enjoying my ... Read More

June Update: The Summer of Experimentation

That’s not as dirty as it sounds. Messy, sure… I’m comfortable with sketching, I’m comfortable with pouring and enhancing paintings, but now I want to get out of my comfort zone and try some new things that I’ve been putting off. So, over the next few weeks I’ll be creating my standard jewelry, drawings and ... Read More