I have a new group of paintings on Etsy!! – Link on the top right side of my site. I call it my ‘Whatever Series’. A homage to Bob Ross and the paintings we all had in our parents house, our Grandparents house, and well – every other house we have ever been in. A little light humor in a beautiful painting. It could be worse, right? Haha, Happy Holidays!
Category Archives: Art
I know, I know- I may be slightly obsessed with this color palette. But do you blame me!? I love the way this mural for our friends new nursery turned out. The inspiration came from the Pottery Barn planets mobile pictured above. And, of course, husband Dave and our baby Arlo shown for scale, and for pride.
I’ve started doing wall murals! It something I have enjoyed doing in my home so much, I’ve run out of blank walls. Therefore I have taken over friends walls and hopefully soon, I can be doing it more and more!
This mural was tricky to measure out. As soon as I got the grid drawn and the colors locked – it was a blast. Here are a few pictures of the process!
A Growlery is a place to retreat to, alone, when ill-humoured. ‘The Growlery’ is what friends of mine call their downstairs apartment. I designed a graphic for a wall mural to put on their wall above the staircase.
With no perimeters I was able to go to town on the design and the following are my favorite options!
I did it! I finally made the plunge, put a price on some work and opened a shop.
Evelyn Leigh makes stuff is now open for business!!
It feels good. Here are examples of the paintings that I have featured so far:
I found these fabulous vintage landscapes around Los Angeles and with some new custom typography – they have a new modern life! I wanted them to feel like an old postcard, hence the “Missing You” and the “Hello There”.
I’m a firm believer in good art being affordable, so I tried to keep them as cheap as I could.
Hope you like them and more to come in the shop!
Grace Rex is an amazing actress, writer and friend. Her new short film, THIS IS SHE, is being made right now! It’s about a woman in a new apartment, who discovers a mysterious black spot on her wall that won’t go away and the relationship that ultimately grows from it.
She asked me to create an image to accompany the pre-production stages of the film. We won’t be using this one, it came out a little feminine, but something along these lines. Oh isn’t collaboration so much fun!