FAITH calligraphy print by Tagore

This calligraphy print was created especially as a donation for Alaina, a sweet little girl who recently had to travel to California with her family for open heart surgery. Eyes of a Child Photography is sponsoring a silent auction on November 19 (changed from October 30) to help with the family's travel and medical expenses. I also donated one of my Irish Proverb Gift books.

"Faith is the bird that feels the light
and sings when the dawn is still dark." -Tagore

Recent Commissions - YouTube Slide Show

Please click here to enjoy a slideshow of a few of my recent calligraphic commissions on YouTube, including the pieces shown below. :)

Accordion Fold Gift Books

Pictured here are a few of the accordion fold gift books that are available for purchase through my online Etsy shop.
*CUSTOM* accordion fold gift books are available as well! These are hand lettered in gold ink, with your choice of quote. Quotes at least 17, but not more than 34 words work best. Send me an email with your idea, and we'll make it work! :)

Recent Calligraphy Commission,
with colors matched to image of a special room

Pictured here is a recent custom piece, created in February and shipped"across the pond" to a customer in England. This collage was designed to match the colors in the room where it will be hung. The possibility of sharing images online has dramatically changed the methods of interaction between artist and customer. I thoroughly enjoyed working on this, and look forward to similar projects in the future.

OM Calligraphy Gift Books

These calligraphy gift books are embellished with the OM symbol on the cover. Great gifts for yoga friends! I have a few left in peach, light blue, and lavender. Please visit my Etsy online shop for more details.

The quote reads:
"Change is not something that we should fear. Rather, it is something that we should welcome, for without change, nothing in this world would ever grow or blossom, and no one in this world would ever move forward to become the person they were meant to be."