Art and Soul

A blog about life as an artist, advice and tutorials for the next generation of artistic minds, and ways art can enrich anyone’s life.

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Are you looking for ways to be creative in today’s fast-paced, stress-filled world (even if you’ve never held a paint brush)? You’ve come to the right place! My blog not only illustrates life as an artist, but also shares knowledge, skills, and nuggets of wisdom I’ve learned along the way.

Learn tips and tricks to hone your artistic skills. Discover the benefits of creative endeavors for easing stress, improving mental health, and much more.

I hope that my blog encourages your own personal journey while I tell you about mine.


“A silver pocket watch glints in the sunlight at the girl’s waist and catches the thief’s eye. She gasps. That watch could buy her new gloves. Maybe even a new outfit. Just another step. Almost there.”

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Last Rites

“So, this is how it all ends. Virginal sacrifice to some hideous god-monster. What a sick joke…”
Last Rites, a flash fiction piece by yours truly. Check it out at the link below!

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Seven reasons to keep a sketchbook

“Keep a notebook. Travel with it, eat with it, sleep with it. Slap into it every stray thought that flutters up into your brain. Cheap paper is less perishable than gray matter, and lead pencil markings endure longer than memory.” — Jack London (read more at the link below)

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Lonely is dark. Lonely is the feeling of nighttime that stretches forever, a shadow that devours and suffocates. Light withers and wanes in its icy...

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Like my blog? Here are some other blogs and artist sites you may enjoy:

Kelly Marie is an artist and creative consultant. Check out her site for beautiful, serene art and a wealth of content to assist you in your artistic endeavors (whether a hobby or if you are looking to make money with your craft). 

I have been a fan of James Hance for years—his style, his subject matter, everything. If you love Star Wars, Winnie the Pooh, or even whimsical (and masterfully executed!) paintings, this is the place for you.

Karen Hallion is another favorite artist of mine. Her style is fun and I love the art nouveau elements she likes to throw in, along with the content (which is often a mashup of popular movies, television shows, and books). Definitely a must-see, so check her out. 🙂

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