As much as I try to make it look easy – juggling my day job (as an art teacher) and personal art is such a challenge. I continue to question myself – how do I even get the groove to draw anyway? How do I find time for personal art instead of rest, or binge-watch series on weekends?
Before I started teaching, I tried to focus on art alone, refused other freelance opportunities yet still struggled conceptualizing, illustrating and managing my time.
Just now, I realized how teaching inspired me to push myself learn and work hard on my art. It’s such a humbling experience to learn with and from your students. Whatever lack of inspiration there was from before, teaching continues to fill it at present.
So, thank YOU also for your help – may it be just simple words of affirmation or inspiring advice. (Not to be sappy) I wouldn’t be able to come up with new artworks and products if it weren’t for you.
200 each. Set of 6 for 800 pesos (Comes with free wrapping)
Illustrations are manually transferred on scrap wood to give a rustic vintage feel. The sides of the coaster are hand painted with gold. Designs are sealed so don’t worry! It won’t come off.
Right photo by @mycat_ingrid of Instagram
A5 (5.8 x 8.3 in) Prints
300 pesos each. 2 for 500 pesos. (Comes with an envelope and free Christmas tags)
Available illustrations: Bright Canopy, Wild Blossom, Key of F, Escape House,
Bird Set (3), Pink Bunny, Identity Crisis, Whispers
Numbered and signed limited prints on Old Mill Paper. Alas, framed A5 prints are sold out.
Framed A4 (8.3 × 11.7 in) Prints
800 pesos (Comes with a brown paper bag with free Christmas tags)
Available illustrations: Bright Canopy, Wild Blossom, Pink Bunny, Escape House
Numbered and signed limited prints on Old Mill Paper.
Coloring Sheets (8.5 x 11 in)
100 pesos each. 3 for 200 pesos. (Comes with an envelope with Christmas tags.)
These are all the designs available. Let’s collab! Posting a free sheet soon.
Right photo by @elijahpaper
40 pesos each. 3 for 100 pesos. High quality, water resistant and laminated.
Price available upon request.
“She thought the drops of water would wash her clean, instead her teardrops left a stain.
She was a victim of circumstance.
And these stains blinded her from seeing that she will always be beautiful.”
The rest are painted using acrylic paint.
Watercolor and Pen 6 x 8.5 in
For inquiries, email me at firstname.lastname@example.org!