I’ve been painting and drawing since before I could walk. My father was an incredible illustrator, my next door neighbor an acclaimed artist; between those 2 mentors, I had a very firm foundation. From there, I continued learning any and every creative avenue that I could (sewing, crafting, sculpting, songwriting, singing, painting, tattooing, drawing, culinary, painting, etc). My friends usually joke by saying “what DON’T you do?” While studying at Mount Saint Mary’s University, I decided to quit and start my tattoo career. I’ve been doing free lance art since then (2011). I’ve had numerous solo shows, gallery openings, group shows, had my art featured in music videos and photo shoots, I’ve sold my art to people all over the world. Let me help you find your artistic voice! Let me teach you what I know.
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When working with a new student, I try to gauge their current skill set, where they want to go with their art. From there, I build my lesson plans and help dreams come true.
As well as the college courses, private lessons, my tattoo apprenticeship,and classes taken at random locations; I’ve learned whatever I didn’t already know how to do by watching YouTube and reading up on things I wanted to learn.
50 an hour
All of the women in my family are teachers, it just feels right.
I’ve worked with kids, teenagers, young adults, and above.
At my last pop up art show, I was able to showcase some new music I hadn’t performed yet. People responded well, we’re dancing and having a great time. I sold some prints and paintings. As a bonus, a bunch of people I haven’t seen in forever showed up.
Just ask me! And get ready!
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