Halloween Illustrations

I’ve only included a few in my current Halloween giveaway, as the rest are for sale in the shop.  $18.00 | Free shipping domestic.  International buyers, message us at PoppyART for a shipping price.

All illustrations are on XL multi media 98 Lb paper and I use Indian Ink pens and Artists Markers.  These measure 7 x 10 inch (17,7 x 25,4 cm).





Hallowe’en Giveaway

I decided to host a giveaway in celebration of Halloween.  This giveaway is taking place over on my Instagram account | @artistskr .

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Nature in Wonderous Forms

My sister, while also being an artist, does other things on the side.  She’s a certified Reiki Master and Aromatherapist.  She also works at a local yoga studio, taking classes, subbing as instructor to some classes… then she has classes of her own, two of those I’ll be talk about in this post.

I’m talking about these because I’ve been working for her in artistic manners; photography, illustrations, & sewing.  Plus, I’m just really enjoying the classes.

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Art Abandonment

I become rather fond of my art.  This fondness reminds me of the film, Miss Potter, about Beatrix Potter’s life.  Her illustrations were like her children.  Now, she talked with her wee little animals in coats, apparently.  I don’t really do that, but I do feel like my girls are a part of me, like they are my little sisters or some such.

So, it feels awkward and weird to throw them away.  But I also can’t keep all of them, as they are a lot in number.  I do illustrate with intentions to sell my work.  But, I’m never to the point of pricing things so high because I just love them so much.  However, when they don’t sell, I don’t have the room to keep them, so I abandon them to good homes.

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American Girls Series

Just finished a new illustrations series.  American Girls, and well, I dig the 70s, so that’s the time period I chose.  I decided to represent all the main groups of gals here.  Wearing bell bottoms, converse, the same shirt just in different colours, and no make-up.

P.S. excuse my scanner, it likes to crop on its own for some reason.


OK, here we go..


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