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Thank You!

Thank You!

Thank you! This adds such beautiful color and nice memories of NOLA to my wall. Karen D. Get Your NOLA Night Print

The Downside of Having Massive Design Resources

For those who don’t know, I’m also a Digital Artist. I have a huge collection of Graphic Design resources, but it’s actually too big. Scary big. I dread going through it big. It didn’t start out that way. In the beginning it was manageable, and…

My Word of the Year – Bloom!

My Word of the Year – Bloom!

I don’t usually make resolutions, as evidenced by the fact that I’m waiting till mid February to write about it. Truth to be told this all started happening around the end of January. In a nutshell, I’m tired of being a spectator in my own…

They Are Absolutely Beautiful

They Are Absolutely Beautiful

I purchased the 5 piece crawfish ornament set from Debbie’s website. They are absolutely beautiful. The pictures do not do them justice. The detail is incredible. What you can’t see in the picture is the thickness of the wood they are painted on. They are…

I’m Thrilled …

I’m Thrilled …

I am thrilled with my Evangeline print from ArtByDArt!! Debbie is a local artist who incorporates much detail in her work. It will be a joy to display this print in my home. – Pam B. Evangeline’s Garden Original Painting is available Get your Evangeline’s…

We Love Them All So Much

We Love Them All So Much

I absolutely love Debbie’s work. I enjoy seeing posts on the progression of her paintings. The layering of colors and the detail is amazing. My husband and I have prints of three of her paintings. We have NOLA Corner Store, All Hallowed’s Eve and NOLA…

Wonderful Memories Fill My Heart

Wonderful Memories Fill My Heart

*** WHEN I FIRST SAW THIS ENCHANTING PAINTING, TEARS POURED DOWN MY FACE *** IT SO PRECIOUS & HEARTWARMING & ABSOLUTELY UNIQUE IN ALL OF THE WORLD *** MY DARLING DAUGHTER WENT TO HEAVEN EARLY FROM HAVING CYSTIC FIBROSIS & WE WERE BEST FRIENDS AS…

Halloween Bullet Journal Weekly Spread 2

Halloween Bullet Journal Weekly Spread 2

I was in a little bit of a hurry, so I needed to come up with a Halloween Bullet Journal spread that was quick and easy to do. So, I came up with this magic and parchment Weekly Spread. I actually like all of the…

Halloween Bullet Journal Spreads

Halloween Bullet Journal Spreads

I can’t speak for other artists, but for me, my state of mind plays a huge part in my ability to paint. Lots of family issues are playing havoc with my art, but creativity will not be denied. I’ve been really focused on my Bullet…

Bullet Journal Weekly Logs

Bullet Journal Weekly Logs

I think my favorite part of working on my Bullet Journal is creating new layouts for my Weekly Log spreads. And it’s not just the decorative aspect either. It’s finding out what works for me and what doesn’t. Below is a my first Weekly Log…

Empty Streets – Where Are the People?

Empty Streets – Where Are the People?

A question I get quite often is, why aren’t there any people in your paintings? Good question. Tough one to answer, but a good question. Where are all the people? Why are there Empty Streets? The most simple answer I can give is this: You,…

Bullet Journal Monthly Log – My First

Bullet Journal Monthly Log – My First

One thing I miss about using a traditional planner is a calendar view. I like the “At a Glance” views of the year and the month. My trusty notebook is great for jotting down notes in a linear manner, but a calendar would be really…

Art in Technicolor

Art in Technicolor

I absolutely love watching old movies. Black and white, color, doesn’t matter. I love them all. But there’s something about the old Technicolor movies that’s really special. The colors are brighter, bolder, move vivid. In fact, they’re better than real to life color. Technicolor is…

My New Obsession – Bullet Journal

My New Obsession – Bullet Journal

Anyone who knows me knows that I am an Organization Junkie! I’m a list maker, a planner, the kind of person who has a notebook beside her at all times, and keeps a drawer full of her old notebooks (dated, of course). Before the notebook…