Peppered Moths, for the Light Grey Art Lab show Camouflage, which opened last night! 

Peppered moths are one of my favorite examples of camouflage in nature:
Almost all the peppered moths were light colored, flecked with black spots, well-camouflaged against the trees and lichens they landed on, until the Industrial Revolution in England. The trees became blackened by the pollutants and soot in the air during this time period, and the darker peppered moths flourished because they could now blend into the trees. Since then, the light colored peppered moths have become common once more, due to the improved air quality. They once again blend into their environment.

Prints and one framed print are available in the Light Grey shop.


It’s been a long day of inking and coloring. So please let me know which one is your favorite! Initial I made the blue one then the brown and finally the red.

Oh and this is my piece for Light Grey Art Lab’s “To Be You exhibition”. The piece is a bit of a self portrait, and I am always thinking about how much time and what my fate is and my path in this amazing creative world.

I have lily of the valley through out the piece because they are my mom’s favorite. Also lost of ferns and a fallen tree because I spent so much time in the woods building trails with my dad. Clock gears to represent the machine like quality that makes me feel a little less human, but they also represent my diving into art nouveau through steampunk (never forget your roots!) The scissors are there to help me cut away the threads of fate that are not my true path. The clock weights are the pressure I put on myself to achieve all my goals. and of course two bells at the bottom of the belt because I love Naruto and the strong characters and years of dedication Masashi Kishimoto put into his craft. 



It’s finally here! I actually ordered this before the Golden Thread Tarot, but it took much longer to arrive. But now it’s here and I am in love!

More thoughts bellow the cut 👇

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1. Tell me about yourself. What is your most important characteristic?

LYRA, Nine of Water- play, healing, power of the arts

2. What are your strengths as a deck?

VIRGO, The Empress- curiosity, progress, perfection, beauty. order

3. What are your limits as a deck?

CAPRICORNNUS, Judgement- setting priorities, efficiency, practicality

4. What are you here to teach me?

CAMELOPARDALIS, King of Water- seeing the big picture, gaining perspective

5. How can I best learn to collaborate with you?

HOROLOGIUM, Eight of Earth- time passing, milestones, progression

6. What is the potential outcome of our working relationship?

ANTLIA, Two of Water- carefree, open-minded, second wind  

7. What is the one thing you would ask of me?

PERSEUS, Ten of Air- flaunting prowess, gain by unsavoury means

I was pretty eager to do this one, as I couldn’t get an immediate feel for this deck like I did with some of my others.

Interpretations under the cut 👇 

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The show went up last night, so I can finally post! This is my piece for Light Grey Art Lab’s TOBEYOU exhibition–a show about personal narrative and storytelling! 

“Our Lady of Bloody Teeth”


Watercolor Gicleé Print + Gold Foil

This is a story I’ve been telling, over and over, since I was a kid. I’ve got wolf girls in my blood. I’ve always dreamed about being able to take off my skin and become something else for a while.