Monday, April 28, 2008

The Seahorse Song Book!

We self-published the SEAHORSE SONG BOOK!  
We are having a book release May 3rd at the awesome Storyopolis book store in Studio City.

Come by for a free concert at 11am and buy a book/cd, build the hype and help us crack the children's market wide open!   

Books are now available in soft-cover and come with a cd featuring 2 great songs by Melissa Green.

They turned out great and are $20 a piece, please e-mail me if you'd like to make a purchase.                                  

Meanwhile... here is a coloring page to print out for the kiddies.

Thursday, April 24, 2008

Mother's Day Tree Dedication Card

This is a wonderful way to celebrate mom!   Click the title and order yours today.  Make both your mother's happy.  (mother nature, and your mom, or hey! how about your grandma too!)

Sunny's mural

Saturday, April 05, 2008

An Edible Book Tea

It is just ridiculous how much
FUN this was.  Thanks Susan,
Jacki, Sunny, Charlie and Gidget!
And of course the Studio City
Library for hosting such a fun
and delicious event.

Tuesday, April 01, 2008

April Fool

Illustration Friday-HOMAGE, Sandra Jorgensen

Sandra Jorgensen was my art teacher at Elmhurst College. I only went there for one year, and she was a big influence on me. When I grew up and realized how much so, I wanted to get back in touch with her. She taught me that art could be what you wanted, she also had great knowledge about art history, and contemporary art and showed me stuff like the Chicago Imagists and taught with such enthusiasm and fun. I could even call her my friend as we both struggled together to make sense of German class, which she signed up for, for fun(?). She even helped bridge the gap between me and my Dad during those difficult early adult stages. She took the time to get to know me, and I think she genuinely liked and believed in me as a young person and an artist. Loooking for her, I found out she had died from pancreas cancer only a few months before....

Looking back I really wish I could of told her how much I appreciated her. Click on the title for a nice article about her and her art.