I Make Real Art, Really I Do!

Hello Everyone,
I went back to school on Monday, and thought it would be fun to go back in time and share some of my artwork that I made in high school and outside of school.

I love making art but over the past year I found that I love making abstract/installation pieces more than I do traditional drawing. I would also like to say that I don't think of myself has a "great" artist by any means, I'm just a girl who loves to make art.

I'm really doing this post because I always enjoy looking at other people's sketchbooks and art pieces. So I thought there would be some of you out there, who enjoy the same thing.

A piece of abstract art, where we had to incorporate something that happen in the media. Well Micheal Jackson had just died, so I was inspired by his song Scream. I wrote the song lyrics in the background and did sort of graffiti inspired piece. 

This was a bear I painted outside of school. 

This was some watercolor sunflowers, I painted at a workshop outside of school.

An apple that I did for fun one day in class. 

A mix media piece I did my senior year.

A little paper dress I made outside of school.
A Scully drawing I did in my sketchbook awhile back.

A mix media dress I made for a school project. 

Hope you liked the sneak peek!


  1. I am always a bit apprehensive when the word 'abstract' is used -generally, it means it's something I don't like. But, I have found an exception.
    Your drawing skill is brilliant, and your use of technique also wide and varied. and your subjects are nice too.... I love the bear!

  2. I love the mixed media piece and the paper dress.

  3. 1. You're really talented! 2. That bear is freaking cute. :) Over the summer I found some artwork from school while packing, and it was cool looking through all of my old stuff. My style has definitely changed, haha. :)

    1. Thank you, for leaving a comment because I read your blog all the time and love it so much :) Your comment made my day!


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