Elizabeth Tuckwell

Elizabeth Tuckwell Paintings

Liz Tuckwell is a painter currently living in Chicago, Illinois. Shortly after graduating with a BA in Spanish from Earlham College in Richmond, Indiana, she relocated to Amsterdam, The Netherlands where she dedicated herself to her artwork and her love of travel. After nearly ten years of creating art abroad, she returned to her hometown of Chicago in 2005. The main focus of her work is oil painting, which can most accurately be described as Abstract Expressionism.

She states, “ I truly began my painting career while living in Amsterdam with little more than cheap oil paints from a local Dutch market, a potato knife and paper.  Later, I discovered the use of brushes, I discovered the canvas and the story begins to write itself from there. My paintings are stories that burst forth from within me, often times telling me a story about myself. If we see art as an investigation into being, then my paintings are my investigation into my being; I paint what I feel, or rather what I am feeling comes through on each canvas.”

Dark Island City

Dark Island City Screenprints and Illustrations

Growing up I always had a fascination about houses/building and how they were constructed. In high school I took a vocation architecture/drafting class to learn how to draw and design houses. After high school I went to Suny Farmingdale on Long Island and majored in Architecture/Engineering Construction Management. I had worked in a architectural/drafting office from 2000-2010. While their I had worked my way up from organizing paperwork and drawing simple things like site plans and maps to working on proposed projects and different types of commercial properties. As the years went on the love for doing that type of work had slowly started to leave me and I was looking for a change in what I did. To this day I still love building and maps but now I just look at them in a different point of view.

Burton History Trees

Burton History Trees

Burton History Trees bring to life the history of your favorite sports team or musical era. The content of each tree in uniquely arranged in chronological order and sized by significance. Thus, the story is told, from the beginning to end, without turning pages.

There are several elements of a Burton Music Tree.

Roots: Critical cultural events (social, political) that defined the era. These were the building blocks of the decade that drove the musical agenda.

Trunk: The most essential artists of the era. These individuals formed the sound that would influence the other major musicians and sounds of that decade.

Tree: All of the prominent musicians (artists and bands) of the decade. The size of the font of the artist/band suggests the level of prominence held (and contribution made) throughout the decade.

Betty Turbo

Betty Turbo Original Illustrations and Cards

Oh hey, it’s me!  Your friend Betty Turbo. My life as a Maker of Things began in a family of very artistic grizzly bears in the snowy wilds of Alaska. I earned a BFA in photography from RIT, and then moved to Nashville to get down and dirty with the type spirits of the universe at Hatch Show Print. After letterpress heaven and a stint as a professional cake decorator, I now focus full-time on art shenanigans from my headquarters in Oregon. All those adventures have been blended up into the milkshake of radness you now recognize as the world of Betty Turbo. Known best for hand lettering, portraits, and food imagery, my personal campaign for joy and tasty things is spread through original art, greeting cards, plush sculptures, home décor items, and clothing featuring my illustrations. I aim to make my whole life as yummy and colorful as my art, and vice versa!

Pop Dog Designs

Pop Dog Designs Dog Illustrations

I’m Lisa, an artist and slave to my retired racing greyhound Sage. I love graphic art and have a passion for greyhound adoption. When I meld the 2 together, I get fun, colorful pop art that just begs to be framed! I’m super organized and neat, “a place for everything and everything in its place”. That’s me to a T. Nothing is ever black and white with me. There’s so many gray areas.. or blue or green or pink. The possibilities are endless….