We'd like to thank our loyal friends that visited our blog on a regular basis. As a group we've decided that we no longer want to post work on a weekly basis but on our own personal schedules. We plan on continuing with the site as more of a reference place for our work than a working weekly blog. Please continue to check in once in a while to see if we've posted new work and always visit our galleries to see what work is still for sale.Thank you for all of your support over the past year.
-Quarterlife Artists

Tuesday, May 6, 2008

Guess What?

Just wanted to share with my dear loyal blog readers that I'm selling my paintings on etsy.com now!Please follow me over and search my store,'kritterdesigns' with usernames:sellers and voila!

Tuesday, April 22, 2008

Blue Morphos

Blue Morphos


Pastel on paper

$25.00 (unframed)

Happy Earth Day!

Today is Earth Day. I spent the day doing things that I think about doing but just haven't gotten around to it...riding my bike instead of driving to some of my dog client's houses, bought 2 reusable canvas bags from the grocery store, took a bag down to the park and picked up trash, among a few others. It's a refreshing feeling, so I hope to at least start having a few "greener" habits.

Try it, just one little thing and see how it feels. Bring 2 bags when you walk your dog-one for your dog and one for little bits of trash you might find along the way. Buy 1 energy saver lightbulb. Collect magazines and newspapers in a bag and take them to a paper recycle bin.

So in the spirit of the day, any artwork that I sell this week I'd like to dontate 25% of the total to an environmental organization of the buyer's choice. Thank you for checking in and have a good week!

Sunday, April 13, 2008

Another Gift...

Acrylic on Canvas
Not For Sale

Wednesday, April 9, 2008

Pelican sketch

Pelican sketch

appx. 8x8"

Pencil on paper


Pencil and paper

I'm in a groove where I'm doing quicker "sketches," no planning or thinking while making. The more my brain gets involved, the less I get done and the less fun I have while doing it. Our schedules are so random so posting is too. I thought I'd take a little break from the site; turns out not having to create makes it easier for me to do so. I don't like schedules or deadlines, I guess for me they get in the way of the spontaneity of art. Also, I am turning back to where I feel comfortable for a bit--pencil and paper.