Wow, has it been a while! Happy spring, everyone! The spring is always such a busy time of year, and this year has been no exception! For months, it’s been my intention to write a little blog post about the process I use when I paint my rocks. The time has finally come! However, I think it’s very important to say. “Thank you” so I will do that first.
Thank you so much to Divi Tree Coffee in Point Pleasant, NJ. Earlier this month, they hosted a pop-up shop, and invited me, Nodoka Woodcrafts and a few other vendors to participate. The owner and staff were all so lovely and welcoming. I was a great environment to be a part of, and I can’t wait to go back! I had a scone and some coffee when I was there, and it was all so delicious! I highly recommend the fig, walnut, honey scones!
Continuing along...here is how I paint my rocks!
I’m Rachel, an art teacher by day and a freelance artist by night. You can find my art locally and online. If you check out Exhibits, you can find all the info about gallery shows, local pop-ups, brick and mortar locations, and websites.