Tomorrow, I will be displaying my fabulous artwork and children’s book for sale from 6-10pm! Come join for a night full of live music, live art, and of course, your favorite, ARTWORK! See you there!!
Here is a charcoal drawing of a girl I recently met in Vietnam! She was part of the orphanage that I handed out my children’s book, Dancing between the Wind, and I was inspired by the picture, enough to draw her! I hope you enjoy and have a fabulous Sunday afternoon/night!
June 21 marks the beginning of this gorgeous summer and so far, things have been a success! A shopping cart has been added and, I admit, I have been obsessing over trying to get Facebook likes for a few days now.
I have to admit that marketing is ridiculously difficult, so if anyone has any tips for this young fellow, I could really use the advice! Also, please check out my store on my website, BeeAnArtist.com! It would mean the world to me and I hope you have a fabulous day!
Here’s a picture of one of my paintings! More updates on my artwork and Dancing between the Wind coming soon!
Welcome to the beautiful and humid Vietnam! Here, honking is the norm and the city (Ho Chi Minh City) is always moving! Family businesses and motorcycles flood the streets as we try to move across the city. If you’ve ever been here, you might know that to cross the street, you just have to wish for the best and cross (which is pretty cool because the motorcyclists naturally avoid you). Since, tonight, I will not get any sleep due to jetlag, I will write my speech that I will present to an audience tomorrow. In the morning, my rehearsal begins, so I will perfect my speech at night. Hopefully, I will reach out to the audience and motivate them to help in anyway they can in an effort to demolish human trafficking!
[Steven didn’t want to be in the photo]
Steven is a patient at St. Jude Medical Center. He is an adult, but is really a kid inside. (I mean, aren’t we all?). He talks as if he hosts a radio station, with such a powerful, kind-hearted voice. He never ceases to believe that he will make it out of the hospital, healthy and able to walk. I really hope he does soon, for there isn’t much fun in a hospital (unless you have a copy of Dancing between the Wind 😉 by your side). I know he’ll come out of the hospital and enjoy the rest of his life without having a worry.
I hope to see you soon, Steven!