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Participating in Small Stuff 5!

Please join me for the opening of  Small Stuff show this coming Sunday, November 20th from 1-5pm TATE'S Comics + Toys + Videos + More

5 reasons you don't want to miss the Small Stuff opening:

>Truly fantastic art for great prices, really great!

>It is cash and carry, so you get to take your new artwork home as soon as you buy it!

>If you don't come to the opening, you will MISS OUT on some great art. Since it goes home right away you won't even get to SEE the best stuff unless you come to the opening!

>Mimosas!!! ...and doughnut treats! :-o

>Start your holiday shopping right BEFORE Thanksgiving, that way you can feel like you're ahead of the game. Art=awesome gifts.

La Muñecas: Chica

La Muñecas: Alexandra Oui Desir... a.k.a.Chica  The first day at Norland Middle school I sat next to this crazy girl in my Art class.. She taught me that Colombians don't  speak Colombian but  instead spanish just like Haitians speak Creole. With a few amazing girls we were part of a group called Hot Devils ;)  Chica and me also ended up taking Fashion at Design and Architecture Senior High .. Alexandria had the best catwalk and can dance  even taught this white girl how to do the Tootsie Roll ..  Chica had sass, but yet was humble unlike other people we knew.. She was always was a great friend to me even if we didn't spend every lunch together.  Miss her so much and I hope to visit her  in NYC and have a crazy adventure with my Chica.. Love You Chica hope you still like the color Yellow.. <3 <3

Creep Cinema

TONIGHT!!! Creep Cinema!!

Bi-Annual South Florida Locals Only Exhibition inspired by scary movies.
ON EXHIBIT: October 1 – November 12, 2011
Opening night reception: 
Saturday, October 1, 2011 • 6-10pm (Free and open to the public)

Jonathan and I have collaborated for the first time on a Nightmare 
before Christmas illustration! If you your in south florida stop by tonight
to see our piece! 

La Muneca: Thatiana Taborda

Continuing my digital doll series with my cousin Thatiana Taborda. She is a smart and beautiful teenage girl that I have seen grown up before my eyes. When I was young she would come over my house and started to draw on the floor on a big piece of newsprint. As a little toddler she looked so adorable that I decided to draw her. When I was done I gave her the drawing she put it up in her room and I thought  that was sweet. Next year, she will be fifteen and and she will be having her quince's party; I'm really looking forward to what this young lady will become in the future and I hope she knows how much I care about her and how proud to be her cousin. Love you Tati!

Muneca: Eiki Iwamura

Eiki is one of the sweetest girls I have ever had the pleasure to meet! During my sophomore year at Ringling College of Art Design she was incoming Animation student. Originally from Kyoto, Japan she is decked out in her full tradition Geisha outfit looking very beautiful! Since graduation its  been a long time since I seen her.  Just want Eiki to know much I miss her and I hope to see her soon.

The Sketchbook Project

I'm excited to participate in the Sketchbook Project, traveling exhibition of sketchbooks will be posting my progress on my blog.. If your in illustrator you should participate too!

Society of Children's Book Writers and Illustrators Mid Year Workshop

Last Month I attended the SCBWI Mid-year workshop at Walt Disney Coronado Resort. Had a fantastic  time I was able to meet many wonderful Illustrators and Authors that are passionate about children's books! Made sure to take the Digital Workshop Track in which four speakers discussed the process of making  picture book apps and e-Books. After the workshops Lucy Cummins was one of the awesome Art Directors critiquing my portfolio.  She suggested I start a Daily sketch project on my blog which is one of her many excellent Ideas! Had a wonderful time cant wait to go to my next conference!!

So my daily sketches are going to be of the girls of my life,  Las Muñecas..

The Candileja

La Candileja is said to be the spirit of a vicious old woman, who was in charge of her grandchildren but neglected to teach then any moral principles, so they grew up as murderers and thieves. In the afterlife she was damned to travel around the world surrounded by flames.