It's been quite awhile since I've posted anything lately. So much has been happening in my journey through art, let me tell you.
I've been experimenting with other options of materials lately, trying on what I can do to better myself through my work and having a better understanding of my own visuals of it. Through personal experiences, trials n' errors, and just everything happening in the world... I mostly wanted to figure out the topic of my pieces. I have lacked on that lately when it came to story telling and so forth.
So without further ado, I like to introduce the newest project I am working on and have been planning for about a year....
The Sweet Temptation Pack!
I have been inspired by old intermission ads, Grease (Pink Ladies/T-Birds), and the 90s ABC/Disney cartoon "Recess" a lot in this series I have be working so hard on. I wanted to make a more modern and vintage mixed appeal to some of these characters. As many know, I am obsessed with classic films, old theaters, and vintage nostalgia to the point where I feel I was born at the wrong place and at the wrong time. So bringing more of this back, I had hopes to have more fun with this project and looking forward to bringing MORE characters in the weeks/months along. For now, you can personally buy these sticker packs of 4 at Grizzly Fest 2017 on April 29 at Chukchansi Park in Downtown Fresno, afterwards I will be holding these at my studio in Broadway Studios until further notice.
I know so many of you have patiently waited for new content and things to happen, like the coffee table book I've been working on. Didn't realize writing a book would be so difficult. So that will be another continued project and HOPEFULLY out this year.
Another question I've been getting, "Danielle, why aren't you selling this on Etsy??" and honestly, Etsy has been a roller coaster to keep up with on my own. I will be posting stickers and so forth that is in my studio onto Etsy soon, I'm looking at mid-May being MORE updated for you all.
I would like to thank you all for your patience and guidance through all of this. I have been working on other projects that are more associated with galleries and personal topics. I can't believe I am celebrating 2 years of D. Kerper Arts and I'm still hustling through it all. Thank you all again, and keep going! Never know what will hit you!