6 Reasons To Say Yes!

Once in a while, we get that crazy idea and ask ourselves if  it's worth it at the end of the day on what we do.  Especially in the creative field.  The answer is ALWAYS YES! Why? Because whatever we do in life, invest in your happiness. Life is fleeting and if we can capture some of it through our experience, then do what you love.

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!

Strawberries and other delights

Happy Friday Ya'll. I hope your weekend is full of Sunshine wherever you are!

Here are some songs to Quiet the mind. Enjoy!

Creating Artworks On Coffee Cups

A coffee cup for some reason is a perfect canvas to draw and I enjoy creating cool Illustrations. I also think it's a shame that we get to throw things so quickly without thinking if there's any different way to use the item when we are done with it. In this case, of course. Beside creating a fun artwork - I used the cup to hold my pens and brushes.

Via: #instapozart

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Took a break and now I am back

It's been a while since I've posted to the blog. But I've been posting like CRAZY on Instagram. It just seems easier to post things from the phone, but with blogging - it takes more time.

I have two Instagram pages going on:

1/ The first one has my artworks (@instapozart)

2/ The second is more about photography (@darocha_julia) Photos from Florida, on travel and once in a while artworks as well.

Have a wonderful Friday!