Posted in galleries and shops, Hula, inspiration, Urban Outfitters Exhibition

A completed work and a bit of teasing


The above work is a photo of a piece I finished just moments ago. This piece will be happily hung up on the wall at Urban Outfitters for the August exhibition. My lack of blogging is due to the manic work pace I’ve found necessary to keep to ensure that all pieces are finished on time for both the Hula Juice Bar gallery exhibit and the UO exhibit.

These are great opportunities…these are great opportunities…these are great opportunities. I know this. I’m thankful. I just need to tell myself this when I start getting stressed and go insomniac. All of this hard work now will pay off in two groovy little exhibitions in my not-so-distant future. This is what I told my Dad: I’m practically killing myself now in hopes that it will pay off in the future. My dad’s response: You’re thinking like a farmer!

A farmer?! Never in my life have I thought of myself anything like a farmer.

Today I am off to have a chat with designer guy at Edinburgh Copyshop. There are postcard flyer invites to create. Large artworks to scan to be made into giclee prints. And a funky poster. Must not forget the funky poster.

As for the rest of the UO artworks, I won’t be posting any more photos of completed work as I want the majority of the show to be a delightful surprise. However, I will post components of the pieces to give you an idea of where this is going.

Many thanks for following along and thank you for your encouragement.



I am an artist living and working in a rather gorgeous city. My art can be purchased in various shops throughout the city as well as from my online shop. Most of my work is for commission, private and corporate. I am the founder of Crash Course in Art History Limited.

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