Welp, last week I was let go from my full-time job. I’ll give you a little hint of what I did: I was in charge of production at an independent comic book company. I was let go because my former company needed to make some budget cuts, so my position was eliminated. I’m okay now… at first I was of course upset that I was let go unexpectedly. Especially since I was never written up for anything. Gotta love at-will employment. 😆
I know this would have been around the time I announced my convention appearances but this year, I’ve decided to take a break since I have personal commitments to take care of. If you truly know me, you already know how excited I am about it. #VagueBlogging 😜
Hey everyone! So sorry for not posting in a while! I took a bit of a Winter break and went to catch Paint The Revolution at the Philadelphia Museum of Art. It was a snowy day but I’m very happy that I got to see this amazing exhibit! Romantic, Political, Colorful, and everything in between. I went to Paint The Revolution on the final weekend and I also became a member of the Art Museum. I pushed myself to go despite the weather because I actually missed the Frida Kahlo exhibit when I used to live at a nearby campus. I think I made up for it this time!
See the special and regular exhibition pics after the jump! Which ones were your favorite?
(Please consider donating or becoming a member of the museum here)
It was a great experience at New York Comic Con! This convention was an interesting one since it was my first time back after 9 years. Here are some pictures and a review from my geeky weekend:
If you’re into pumpkins and/or pumpkin spice, I hope this can help.
Awesome Con has come and gone! This past weekend was my third time exhibiting my artwork and I had lots of fun! This year was just as exciting as the last and I wish I had taken more photos! Read more after the jump!
The Atlantic City Boardwalk Con took place this past weekend on May 13th – May 15th. I went with my hubby on Sunday to have some geeky fun! I didn’t have a table so I enjoyed walking around the show floor. We picked up two adorable shirts from Tee Turtle. They really fit our favorite hobby. I had lots of fun talking to creators like Pat Shand, Sorah Suhng and Mike Capprotti. Artist’s Alley is always my favorite place at comic conventions because I end up making new friends! Here are some photos I managed to get while I was there.
Now, I have to get ready for Awesome Con! See you all soon! 🙂
The Great Philadelphia Comic Con has come and gone! It was my second appearance for me and it went down this past weekend! (4/22-4/24). Once again, it was a very fun convention! Saw lots of new and familiar faces! I want to thank everyone who stopped by my table. I truly appreciate it! Visit my Online Store if you weren’t able to stop by this weekend!
More photos and my review of the con are after the jump!
The work above is currently available at The Great Philadelphia Comic Con. Today is the final day of the event and I’ll be set up at table D11, right behind Amber Davis Art. More artwork will be coming up for Awesome Con!
If you’re not able to make the show, please visit my online store: Square Shop
Happy International Women’s Day! These phenomenal women are only a short list of my inspirations! Top left to right: Nichelle Nichols of Star Trek with a way too excited fan (me), Tina Modotti, Ariell Johnson of Amalgam Comics & Coffeehouse, Faith Ringgold, Celia Cruz, and Lee Krasner!