Everyone needs a guru, or someone who reminds us to be the best that we can be. Chris Guillebeau continues to be that guru for me. He is human (and like the rest of us, flawed) but he is also generous, compassionate, smart and kind.
Sometimes levity is the best remedy. Here are some funny job ads I’ve come across in my two years of job searching.
How to render diamonds on vellum paper and Canson art paper with step-by-step visual and verbal instructions
This post wraps up 365 days of design – mainly jewelry – by award-winning jewelry designer Joana Miranda
I’m celebrating the penultimate day of my year-long blog project of posting a design a day. Today’s design is based on the infinity symbol since I feel that my designing will continue ’til infinity.
How to beat this economy? Create…your art, your network, your friends, your passion and your dreams.
This colorful geometric gemstone pendant rendering is paired with a wise and inspirational saying from Josiah Gilbert Holland
As artists it is easy to fall prey to the self-defeating thought, “I haven’t created anything new.” This series of earring variations on a common design motif is paired with an inspiring quote from George Balanchine to prove that new combinations can result in new and varied outcomes.
A watercolor and gouache painting of a couple embracing in the rain serves as a reminder of life’s small moments of peace and beauty.
Sometimes pushing through resistance to meet your goals brings golden benefits to your mood and energy.