Saturday, May 29, 2010


I like using the phrase, "Make Art, Make Memories" on my brochures and marketing materials. I believe that it sums up what we do in my classes and camps. Not only do the students leave each class with some fantastic artwork, but they also go home with great memories of the experience of creating the art...memories that will last a lifetime.

I have a wide range of camps planned for this summer. As they say, "Something for everyone!" Have a child who likes photography? We've got that. Want to learn how to draw? We have drawing camps this summer for ages 5 and up. Know a kid who likes to build things and make 3-D construction, wants to learn how to paint, is crazy about animals or into monsters? Got it!

And the Art Camps aren't limited to the kiddos. I've scheduled several painting and drawing camps for Adults and Teens this summer. Plus, I have a few openings in my Wednesday and Thursday night on-going basic painting classes, too.

So, you see, there really is something for everyone. Camps are starting to fill so don't wait too long to save your seats. To see the full schedule and download a brochure that includes the registration forms, please visit

Sunday, May 23, 2010


I've started a new online gallery to showcase samples of my student's art work (like the one shown here) . I'll be adding photos in the days and weeks to come so I hope you'll visit again. Right now, I've posted several photos of projects from last year's art camps at Casa de Linda Art Studio. Enjoy!

Monday, May 17, 2010


My wildflowers are in the news, again! Total Art Licensing, a full-color trade magazine produced in the UK for international distribution, included an article and photo for my latest watch licensing deal in their 2010 Summer/Fall edition. Copies of TAL are handed out at the major licensing trade shows, including SURTEX, which is going on this week in NYC, and Licensing International Expo, taking place in Las Vegas in June.

And speaking of SURTEX, I am represented there by my two art agencies (Artistic Designs Group, which is based in the US, and Eaglecrown out of the UK).

A complete digital version of the Total Art Licensing magazine may be viewed online by clicking here.