Monday, January 30, 2012


I'll be giving away one of my Fairy-Tangle original ACEO drawings on January 31, 2012. All those how have "Liked" my will be eligible (sorry, no relatives) The winner will be contacted privately.

Here she is, my give-a-way. I'll be picking the winner tomorrow. "Meadow" ACEO, 2.5 x 3.5 inches, Ink and graphite on Bristol board.

"Perizada - fairy-born"

Here's a new ACEO, micron pen and graphite on bristol board.

Sunday, January 22, 2012


In honor of our first snowfall..."Snowbird" ACEO, 2.5 x 3.5 inches, Prismacolor on Art Spectrum Colourfix paper.

Dark Eyed Junco. The snow really brings these little guys out of chubby and cute hopping in the snow!

Sunday, January 15, 2012

Caelia, The Woodland Queen

All this cold weather makes for good drawing days :o) Introducing "Caelia, The Woodland Queen'. Caelia is ACEO size, 2.5x3.5 inches and is drawn on Stonehenge paper with micron pen and graphite.

Letting Go

"Letting Go" ACEO, 2.5 x 3.5 inches, Micron Pen and Graphite on Stonehenge paper. Letting go can have so many meanings - simply let go...

Saturday, January 14, 2012


RHIANNON (Hri-an-non) ((Wales)) *Goddess*
The great Queen. Goddess of birds and horses. Enchantments, fertility and the underworld.

ACEO, Micron pen and graphite on white Stonehenge paper. 2.5x3.5 inches.

Speaking of birds, there has been several Snowy Owl sighting in the I'm off of a search...going to try and see myself one...such beautiful birds.

Wednesday, January 11, 2012


Minerva - goddess of poetry, medicine, wisdom, commerce, weaving, crafts, magic....a kindred spirit :)

ACEO, Ink and Graphite on Bristol Board


I'm taking my friend, TJ's advice and naming this one "Fedelm" - Irish faery prophetess to Queen Maeve (Medb). Fedelm is ACEO size (2.5x3.5 inches) and is drawn with micron pens and graphite on tinted Stonehenge paper.

Tuesday, January 10, 2012

New Year's Cardinal

New Year's Cardinal - finished this one on New Year's Day.

5x5 inches, Prismacolor pencil, on Color-Fix treated art board and touched with a bit of turpentine to "melt" the color pencil. I'm having too much fun seeing what the turpentine does to the pencil - I can see lots of possibilities to playing with this technique.