New Portrait


I completed this portrait last night to be included in an exhibit at Bennington College organized by the Kalopsia Project as part of their events surrounding World AIDs Day. From their site about this exhibit:

137 people contract HIV every day in the United States alone; by creating a visual of the daily impact of HIV and AIDS, Kalopsia hopes to promote awareness and empathy for a virus that still affects over 36 million people worldwide. Thus, along with generous assistance from artists from across the country, universities and galleries willing to host the exhibit, and a partnership with members of ACT UP, Kalopsia is looking to create 137 demographically representative portraits portraying those who have contracted the virus in 24 hours.

You can learn more about this project and their other projects here.

15% Off Portrait Orders!


Get 15% off all custom portraits over $100 in my Etsy shop until November 19, 2014. Custom portraits are the best gifts ever! I can even give you a gift certificate if you want the gift receiver to decided exactly what they would like drawn. Hurry, these take a bit of time to produce and the coupon only lasts until a little longer! Check them out here.

More from The Moon is Always Female

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Only 6 more pieces to complete for the Burien Arts Vision 20/20 show! It’s been intense to conceive and execute so many pieces in such a short period of time. If you are in Western Washington state you should try to come to this show. If you are further away you can order prints and such here.

Tacoma is For Lovers Artist Craft Fair

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The Tacoma is for Lovers Artist Craft Fair hosted by King’s Books in Tacoma, Washington is just around the corner again and I was lucky enough to get to design the event poster again. I will also be a vendor both days selling original art, prints, note cards, softies, and comics.