Spring 2014
Top: 36 x 36” (12 x 36” + 24 x 36”)
Bottom: 20 x 32” (two 20 x 16”)

More roller derby paintings! Turned into diptychs.  

Original Photo 1: PhotoFinish Art & Photography

Original Photo 2: PhotoFinish Art & Photography 

Fall 2014

More roller derby paintings. Used some stills from our Jan. 11th game that came from videos  taken with a GoPro that I got for my birthday. It started with a study of movement and transformed into a study of painting with washes. Finished with a mix of the two, involving the 4 panels in sequential order.

Overall a fun project.

Fall 2013

My final pair of paintings for the semester, I decided to paint Marceline and Princess Bubblegum. They are meant to be a set. They are facing hanging and facing each other above our bed.

Fall 2013 

Some random paintings. The pink one is of a gummy bear lamp I have, with some patterns from my carpet. The other one has a pattern from my Betsey Johnson purse, a donkey toy, some tiny rubber chickens, and rando junk. The last one is just a painting of Lumpy Space from Adventure Time. :D 

Fall 2013
I decided to do one more roller derby painting. This will be my last one like this for a while. I plan to do some more derby related stuff next semester - but from a different POV. 
This one is actually me hitting someone :D 

Fall 2013

I decided to do one more roller derby painting. This will be my last one like this for a while. I plan to do some more derby related stuff next semester - but from a different POV. 

This one is actually me hitting someone :D 

Fall 2013 

We were given a multitude of options on what to paint this semester. I have been wanting to paint roller derby stuff for a while. So I finally did. Everyone really seems to like how they turned out, and so do I ~

Photo Credit 1 

Photo Credit 4 

Also, check out my derby tumblr 

Spring 2013

Our final and open project. I made my cats saints/ religious figures. Mama Cat is Mary, and baby Finn is baby Jesus. Then Finn as grown up Jesus (on the left) and Friday is Mary Magdalene on the right. They’re all  48” tall.