Frequently Asked Questions
Where do you find your inspiration?
Growing up a fat queer kid without representation was HARD, it manifested in me a lot of hate for my body. When I realized it wasn't a "me" issue, I wanted to spread that love and changed perspective with others. A major inspiration for my figure work is Egon Schiele as he explored the body as shapes and angles rather than a "person" who should look a certain way.
Where do you find your materials?
I love mixing mediums and using existing items in new ways. As a self-proclaimed thrift queen, I get many of my hoops, frames, and other inspiring junk at the local community thrift store. Recycling things into art is rewarding.
What is the best way to contact you?
For ANY contact I am available on Facebook, Instagram, and my email firstname.lastname@example.org. You can contact me on other social media but I do not check it as often.
If I want a custom artwork what should I have ready and what should I expect?
You will need a general idea of what you want or an idea of a budget, you should also be prepared to pay 50% to 100% of the costs upfront depending on the total. if you have a deadline you should bring it up before payment, artwork, especially embroidery, takes time. I do my best work with personal reference photos, if you want nude artwork of yourself, then yes that means I am asking for your full/partial nudes. I respect the bodies and privacy of all my friends and clients.
How much can I expect to pay for custom artwork?
The mediums and methods I use have a wide variety of pricing, price is determined by labor, time, and supplies. Digital work starts at $50, woodcuts at $75, and embroidery/multimedia works generally start around $150.
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