This portion of the shop is dedicated to raising funds for causes that are important to me. Even though I don't yet run a large business, I know that every little bit helps. If I can donate $10 or $1000 to places that I care about and give you a piece of art in the process, then I will consider my job done!
For now (as my business is still small), all donations will be going to one organization—the National Cancer Institute. They have not endorsed this in any way—but I picked them because the money they receive goes to a variety of different pursuits—whether it's to advance cancer research, train new scientists, help fund Camp Fantastic (a week of fun for children undergoing cancer treatment), or assisting patients with financial needs, just to name a few.
50% of all proceeds from the sales of products on this page will be given to the National Cancer Institute. I will be making donations twice a year through the NCI Gift Fund. If you have any questions about this (or anything else!), never hesitate to get in touch!
Whether you're buying a piece because you simply like the art or because you want to join me in helping a worthwhile cause (or both!), I am grateful for you!
I take on custom work on a case-by-case basis. Whether you're a large company looking for something unique for your product, campaign, or brand, or an individual who is looking for a custom piece of artwork or a gift for a special someone, I am here to help! Contact me for availability and pricing.
On April 4, 2017, I started @elleluna's 100 day project (for those of you unfamiliar with this project, the aim is to create and share something every single day for 100 days). The plan was to explore a variety of different watercolor styles over the course of 100 days. I started with a few geometric pieces with the intent to branch out into different styles, but over time, just enjoyed creating geometric and abstract art over and over again. The more I painted, the more ideas I had for other shapes and color combinations to try.
In many ways, this project is what kick-started the opening of this shop. I had wanted to open a small shop for at least a year prior to this project, but never really knew what I wanted to sell. This project made me realize how much I wanted to just concentrate on geometric abstract art for now and to create work to help inspire you and maybe add a bit of color and clean lines in your home!