Continuous Contour Line Drawings

Hello loves, I've been trying my hand at continuous contour line drawings to pair with my haikus. Here are some that I've done so far. Enjoy!

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This Is Sparta! (North Carolina)

As some of you already know I took a spontaneous trip to Sparta, NC towards the end of June. Sparta is a small town on the northern country side of North Carolina up in the mountains. It was amazing. I felt like I was stepping into another world. Sparta feels a lot more like the... Continue Reading →

I Pass

Do you think I look up to you  perched on your high horse saying it's my choice  to love more than one and that choice is wrong? Do you think it's okay to shout, "You're not gay!  Stop sinning, start winning my praise!"  as if your praise is what I spend my days longing for?... Continue Reading →

Mermay 2019, Days 1-14

My goal has been to write an essay type blog post every Saturday for this site, but my flu is kicking my ass and making my head fuzzy. So for now, enjoy this compilation of art for #Mermay2019, days 1 through 14. Day 1: ExtravagantA digital illustration of a pink skin-toned mermaid with teal hair... Continue Reading →

Angelito Prestado

This post is coming a bit late, as is my pattern lately, because I have been battling the flu. But I wanted to share my first digital oil painting: a portrait of my uncle. My uncle was a sweet, pure, genuine, funny, and loving man who's sole desire in life (as far as I could... Continue Reading →

I Married My Best Friend

You may have noticed that there was no blog post last Saturday, and that was for good reason! I was on vacation with my husband celebrating our one year anniversary. And that got me thinking: I've been wanting to write a post about marriage, what it means to me, and what I believe makes them... Continue Reading →

A Touch of Imposter Syndrome

Imposter syndrome is that super fun feeling of incompetence despite obvious qualifications and success (which is dismissed as dumb luck) in your field. It was first used to describe how high achieving women often felt anxious about their status because (duh, the Patriarchy sucks) society trained them to believe that high powered jobs are meant... Continue Reading →

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