Artwork and Commissions

Art has always been a hobby of mine. I have loved art for as long as I can remember. Drawing with pen & ink is my favorite medium, but I have experimented with acrylic paints, oil pastels, markers, and charcoal.

Sea Turtle (pen & ink) — commissioned

Throughout high school, I took studio art classes with the intention of going to an art school and becoming an artist or an art teacher. But later, I decided art was just a hobby and not a career I wanted to pursue for myself.

Octopus (pen & ink) — commissioned

I still enjoy drawing from time to time, and I get a lot of inspiration from photos. The drawings shown (the sea turtle above and seahorse below) are drawn from photos I found on Google and are commissioned pieces, part of a three-piece ocean animals collection.

Seahorse (pen & ink) — commissioned

For commission requests, you can fill out the boxes below or direct message me on Instagram or Twitter!

Commission Request

I am currently taking commissions for artwork. However, I am in graduate school and put my studies first. If you place an order for a commission, please note that I will attempt to finish the piece(s) in a timely manner but delays are likely.

If there is a piece that you like on my site but has been commissioned, I will gladly send you a print of the artwork (price: TBD).

Depending on the size, difficulty, and subject of the drawing, the price for my artwork varies. I like to keep my prices reasonable and am willing to negotiate, but I greatly appreciate your support and your patience.

I will only take commissions for black and white, pen & ink drawings and will only do one (1) commissioned piece per person. If you have any questions, put “Question” in the message box below and I will gladly answer you as soon as I can.

Thank you! I look forward to making a beautiful art piece for you!

I will respond to your request via email within 5-7 business days.

Payments for commissions will be made via PayPal or Venmo only.

Thank you for your support!

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