Taking a break

Taking a break

Due to the recent loss of my father, I am taking a break from any studio work.  I expect to be up and running on a normal schedule Jan 1, 2019. I am open to take your questions and such thru then but will be focusing my time on family.

Thank you.

activism – Helping Others through Support

activism – Helping Others through Support

Urban Artist Florida Studio LLC is proud to support Yes on 13, a grassroots campaign working to end the cruelty of greyhound racing in Florida. Dogs have been a part of my life since I was a child and while it may be fun to watch them race and betting on them may be fun as well, what happens behind the scenes is simply unacceptable.

Please join the long list of supporters to end greyhound racing in Florida. https://protectdogs.org/

Beautify your rain barrel

Beautify your rain barrel

Spring has arrived and the rainy weather is coming. Do you want your rain barrel painted to look beautiful on your property? Or maybe are you looking for it to be camouflaged so it is functional but hidden.  Give me a call – I will design and paint your rain barrel’s new look.  It is one of my favorite types of work to do!

Check out this link to see how ours turned out!  https://urbanartistflorida.com/rain-barrel-painting/

Deb – 941-527-7364

Oh my, hooray for nostalgia!

Oh my, hooray for nostalgia!

The website has been fun to design and build.  The creative ventures of book design as of late have been making me reminisce of decades gone by.  Well, that and my upcoming 30th high school reunion!  Where has time gone?

I suppose we all hit a point in life where we being looking at the big picture of life and all of the details that have come along the way.  Mine, well they are flowing in quite freely during the building of this website.  I hadn’t realized how prevalent graphic design and publishing have been in my life (or data entry for that matter).  While making the page for the book cover designs and publishing assistance, I recalled a big pile of newsletters that are stored here in the house.  They are from my teen years, before computers, before internet, before digital design work came the home-front of household consumers. If you can’t imagine life without technology, check this page out.

How do you think design and publishing will be done in the future?  Will they all become dying services?  Do you think people will stop creating?  I doubt it but I am excited to see how it will be completed and I hope to make the most of staying current on these technologies as I age further.  There is so much to learn and still so much to share!

 

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