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Arty fibro geek. Artist, designer, teacher and geek who also happens to have fibromyalgia. Most of my artwork is created on an iPhone or iPad. I LOVE bright colours, rich textures and get easily lost in fantasy worlds. I’m also rather addicted to sharing knowledge and learning new things, so be sure to say hello if you stop by my blog.
I love art, crafts, books, music and my husband (not necessarily in that order!). I have fibromyalgia so my creative time can be severely limited, but I do what I can, when I can. I’m just starting to make jewellery and am doing mostly earrings with unusual charms and beads. As for my art, I would say that I do a lot of acrylic/watercolour stuff and I really like landscapes, seascapes and sunsets and abstract/stylised flowers. I like to leave canvases un-framed so that they can be touched and am still a bit shy about other people seeing my work. I’m chubachups on twitter, so please stop by and talk to me about anything you like 🙂 Visit my Etsy shop by clicking here.
I am an enthusiastic visual artist who is interested in using multiple types of media such as photography, printmaking, painting, collage, drawing, pottery, fabric arts, etc. to express feelings and creativity. I grew up in the Niagara area, but have lived in Guelph, Dawson City YT, Inuvik NWT, Costa Rica, Baffin Island/Nunavut, and Coastal British Columbia before returning to St. Catharines, which I am happy to call home, with my family + pets. Now I am still continuing to experiment and play with arts and crafts! :)Although I am not an avid blogger, and I am looking forward to helping out and contributing however I can….. Find out more about Sandy’s work by visiting her website.