Why is it so hard to own up to these particular words? Because of money? Competition? Measuring up to other artists who are brilliant in what they do, if you like to draw, paint, take photographs, cook, or are part of any of the creative field...at the end of the day - you are an Artist!

Here's a little video I put together for the Union Artist Studios. 

"I Am An Artist" - Author Unknown


You can find me on Instagram...

Instagram is my go to place to update the latest paintings and drawings. If you rely on my blogging, It will be a big disapointment because I pretty much blog - just once a month. It's very easy to post on the phone and not think about it. But I love to write once in a while and poke my head out and say Hi. What's up?

Follow me on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/instapozart/


Lately, I've been interested in creating artworks using cardboard boxes. It's the perfect background to paint my crazy bloom paintings. Every time I see someone throwing out cardboards; I can't help but think about how I can create something beautiful with it. Remember to always recycle - reuse and create amazing artworks. Give it a second chance.

Here's a few samples...

You can also follow my journey via instagram: https://www.instagram.com/instapozart/


recycle_art _ poz-art



Drawing Hamsa Hand and the Third Eye

When I draw, I go to this meditative zone and let the drawing, doodles - artworks come out of me. So I listen and what you see is the end results. They represent happiness, luck, health, and good fortune. (The hands btw are the outlines of my left hand - I like to give it a personal touch). Some of these artworks have been sold, but if you are interested in purchasing any of them, send me a message through here or my contact page and I will get back to you as soon as I can. Small (5x5) is $20 and Large (10x10) is $40 plus shipping/handling. I wanted to make it affordable - good art doesn't have to be super expensive.

Craft Fair/Koreshan State Park 2

On October 2nd, my artist friend @dianescire and I participated our first booth at the Koreshan Historical State Park. It was exciting to do this. Especially since we've creating for years and it was time to sell some of our artsy fartsy stuff to the public.

Check out some of the photos and if you are in the area, come and say Hi! Don't forget to support your local farmer's markets, craft fairs and small business. The holidays are just around the corner!