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My painting Feed the Birds will be in the show The End is like Totally Near…and Stuff from December 7 – December 21, 2012 at the Hot Art Wet City Pop-up Gallery.

Come see two of my newest pieces from my series And Then There Were None in the Pandacorn Park show at Ayden Gallery from November 9 – December 5, 2012.

My work will be included in the Robots & Monsters group show at Ayden Gallery. Opening night is October 12, 2012 from 7pm – 11pm.

Please check out our Indiegogo fundraiser for the first Anthology of our children’s horror magazine Underneath The Juniper Tree. Help us bring these stories and art to life in a printed book.

Underneath The Juniper Tree is a non-profit online magazine that supports new and used artists and writers. We aim to promote the most creatively fantastical and darkly neurotic literature we can dig up.

You can now find me on my lit agent Bree Ogden’s website. Read some scrambled thoughts and keep up to date with my projects. Click here to check it out.

About Bree

Lit agent w/D4EO Literary.
Instructor and columnist at LitReactor.com.

See my jewelry pieces on the Fashion Femme Fatale website. Thanks to Kristy for doing a lovely post on my jewelry and what I do.

My work for the The Beautiful Decay of Life show will be up in the Ayden Gallery in Vancouver, BC until September. Check out my pieces as well as many others at this incredible exhibit.

I am teaming up with the wonderful ladies at Pinups Against Cancer who help individuals plagued with this horrible illness fight back.

10% of everything sold in my Esty Shop goes to this incredible cause.

Pinup’s Against Cancer is a group of Pin-up models who have joined together to use their modeling experiences to draw attention to fundraising efforts of organizations directly connected to all forms of cancer. Specifically focusing on families in the Northwest. We also organize our own charitable events, which the funds will go directly to families affected by cancer whom reside in the Pacific Northwest. Our team will provide excellent volunteerism with a warm heart and big red glittery smile.

The amazing Amazombie from the Terminal City Rollergirls is sporting one of my necklaces. She purchased this Monstrosity of Love piece from my Etsy Shop just the other day.

Love what you see? There are tons of styles and images to choose from.

Don’t forget to check her out in Xalt Magazine this month. Or come see her play in person on August 11th at the Minoru Center in Richmond, British Columbia.

Prints of my image/quote Invest In Artists are now available. You can also purchase prints of Life’s a Boat.

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