My artistic interests mostly involve drawing projects and vary from anonymously leaving art for strangers to find, magical sigils, feminist coloring book pages, and Jewish imagery.
I grew up feeling confident that one day I would manifest the superpower of drawing. I had an enthusiastic artist as a father, but it wasn’t until high school that I officially fell in love with making art by learning how to draw.
Not knowing what to study in college, it was sort of a last minute decision to begin my undergraduate degree in studio art at Sam Houston State University. I soon switched to the University of Houston and completed a degree in Art History instead. After a few years I attended UT Austin to get my masters degree in art education. I wrote my thesis on how to use art criticism techniques to teach school aged children how to discuss contemporary art.
I worked as a contract art teacher for two companies between 2012 and 2015, teaching at many different locations all over Austin. Then I spent four years teaching elementary school art just north of Austin at a job which I loved.
After having a baby I desperately wanted to stay home with my child and so I am now a stay at home mother and artist.
My artistic interests are mostly drawing based and vary from anonymously leaving art for strangers to find, Jewish imagery, and magical sigils.