Artist Spotlight: Laura Galbraith

Laura’s Portfolio | Etsy Shop | Facebook | Instagram What inspired you to be an artist?  How old were you when you thought about becoming an artist? I think this is one of these questions that many of us artists can’t really help but answer with a ‘since I was born!’. I can’t remember the day when I didn’t want to be an artist. It was one of those things that I didn’t realize could be a career path until I was much older, but was always something that I practiced since I was young. I think initially my mom thought it would…

Artist Spotlight: Ashley Brooke Cooper

Visit Ashley’s Etsy Shop What inspired you to be an artist?  How old were you when you thought about becoming an artist? I can’t remember a time when I didn’t want to be an artist. When I was very little my mom would give my sister and I one super-thick, phonebook-sized coloring book at a time and insist that we color every single page. It took a while but at the end every My Little Pony or Barbie or Little Mermaid would be a child masterpiece. When I was a little older we lived in a neighborhood with only boys…

Artist Spotlight: Danni Shinya Luo

www.dannishinyaluo.com Who is your biggest inspiration as a woman artist?  My biggest inspiration is female artists like Clair Wendling, Junko Mizuno, and Takahashi Rumiko You have a fan base filled with both men and women.  How do you think your pin up art is able to attract both sexes?  I think my art speaks to both sexes because beauty and femininity is a universal language.  Everyone can enjoy aesthetically pleasing curves and colors, it’s not just for one gender or the other. What do you think is the sexiest feature or attribute a woman can have? Confidence is the sexiest…

Artist Spotlight: Liz Heck

lizclimo.tumblr.com | Etsy What is your own personal take on what makes a woman sexy and how do you translate that into your pin up art? Confidence is the key to being sexy. When you exude true confidence, you say to the world- I like me, so you should too! I can always tell if a drawing is going to be successful when I truly like it while I’m working on it. Of course, not everyone will like it, but the fact that I enjoyed myself while I was drawing it and I am proud of the result is what makes it…