When I did the art for good challenge, many people sent ideas. My friend Briana, who owned Urban Bazaar in San Francisco (which was the first shop to carry my prints) asked me to draw a protester. She’s one of my favorite people, dedicated to good and a model for how to be intentional with your choices. When I got her request I decided to surprise her and drew her and her daughters protesting.
In turn, she surprised me by sharing her newest tattoo (!!!)
It’s my honor to do what I do and be surrounded by people like Briana. She lives far away now, but I’m so happy the distance hasn’t reduced our closeness – and this makes me feel even closer to her.
I hope you have a lovely day!
It’s been busy over here but I’m happy to return to these coloring pages – here’s page 2. Our dedicated activist comes upon an artist on her journey!
These are free, downloadable coloring pages. This is how I resist – by telling stories and creating art. I hope this will be a tool to help parents and teachers talk about protesting, fighting the good fight and loving each other. Obviously there is no age limit – anyone can download and color these pages.
I do a requests – if you color this page, please take a photo and share it in the comments. I’d love to see it!
Thank you, always, for your support. We will get through this with love.
This Saturday I will be vending and on two panels at Santa Clara Library’s Comicon. If you’re around, please come say hello!
Have a great week!
Another watercolor Wednesday, purchase info on my instagram ^_^