April’s artwork can be found at CafePress and ArtSpan. Below are some of the pieces available for purchase.
This design was created in colored pencil on illustration board. It features birds enjoying their library in the sky. Purchase this design on mugs, teapots, note cards, and more!
A whimsical way to brighten your day! These colorful birds were drawn around real buttons on illustration board. A perfect gift for the bird lover in your life.
This colored pencil illustration combines my love of birds and tea! Wake up your senses with this creative way to have tea. These birds would look great on your new mug or serving tray!
This is from an original colored pencil drawing. It was created on Rising Museum Board. The Grapevine Canyon area is known for its petroglyphs. This large rock was its own outdoor gallery of ancient art. This particular piece came from a photo I took while hiking. It can be purchased as a print from Art Span.
This watercolor painting of the famous Flatirons in Boulder, CO was created “plein air,” or outside in a single sitting, at Viele Lake. Watercolor is a refreshing change from colored pencil, which takes a week to six months to create.
This is a colored pencil drawing originally completed on Rising Museum Board. It was drawn from a photograph I took in the meadow areas north of the Flatirons in Boulder, Colorado. The small meadow ravines and the Flatirons cast interesting shadows on a fall day. This piece can be purchased as a print from Art Span.