I'm not currently selling my prints on Etsy or anywhere, but if you're interested in something please message me. Currently I'm working on Artist Sketch Cards as a freelance artist for Rittenhouse.
Just a pharmacist who wants to win the lottery so she can be an artist!
My Carrie Fisher Tribute painting at the LEIA art show at Warehouse 1005, put on by Art Awakenings, in May 2017
I've been drawing since I was a little kid, but never really explored beyond pencil sketches. In 2013 I decided that wanted to make an effort to accomplish something with my artistic talent and explore it further. Since I enjoy drawing scenes in TV shows or movies that emotionally move me, I decided my goal was to have a table at Phoenix Comicon and to sell my art. At that time I ventured into acrylic paints and Copic markers, learning from random stuff on the internet. In 2014, I had my first table at Phoenix Comicon and it was more successful than I expected. I have since expanded and had 2 tables at Phoenix Comicon/Fan Fest/Fan Fusion every year after that, and have been successful in doing so. Since Phoenix Fan Fusion was canceled for 2020, and probably 2021, I've started sketching with colored pencils on black paper and I love it! I've decided not to sell my art at Phoenix Fan Fusion at the moment because their prices have risen ridiculously, and I am currently doing freelance Artist Sketch Cards for Rittenhouse Archives.
Other than that, I'm originally from Chicago, I'm a pharmacist and I also have a B.A. in English. My name on social media is "gothscifigirl", so that's kind of self-explanatory. I'm obsessed with Halloween (see pics of our huge Halloween display here), dogs, Disneyland, Fallout, the Cubs, action figures/collectibles, questioning authority and the status quo, being an independent introvert, and a lot of other stuff. I have a husband named Doug, and 2 dog-children named Sparky and Sherlock.