Tuesday, December 17, 2013

 Caitlin B. Alexander

I work mostly at my two facing desks, one with a computer space (not pictured- too messy!) and the other for painting and drawing. I have a lot of beautiful natural light coming through my window, which helps my work immensely.

Across from my desks, and against the opposite wall, are my flat files. These are probably my most prized studio possession, having found them for a steal in San Antonio! Atop sits my scanner (prized possession number two) and a nice space for paper cutting or even just to stand and work

Caitlin B. Alexander is an illustrator based in Austin, Texas with a particular love for dry-brush gouache painting. Both her life and work are heavily influenced by the 1940s, '50s and '60s, along with her compassion for animals, and pure joy derived from the childlike.  Her relationship with her own illustration is much like the message she attempts to convey through it: relish the small moments, savor the silly, and find comfort in living your life. 

Find her on Tumblr!


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