Artist Interview: Tonya Lee

Pentalic: You are a magnificent watercolor artist. How long have you been doing watercolor and what motivates you to create your lovely paintings? Tonya: Thank you for that kind compliment! I started sketching and painting about 3 years ago, and I was immediately hooked. Since then, I've tried to do a little bit of art nearly every day. Before I started painting, I never considered myself a creative person, but I believe that we all have a creative soul inside of us itching to express itself in some form or fashion. Art has been such an amazing creative release for me—one that I didn’t even know that I needed—and the process

Draw and Don’t Look Back

Written by Zofia Chrzan Instagram: @zooofiaa Hello everyone! If you're reading this, chances are, you're an artist. Or you want to be! Or you used to be! No matter which tense or art medium you find yourself in, I think we can all agree on several facts. Being “good” at art takes a lot of time. A lot of effort. In the beginning it feels impossible to ever get “good,” and progress seems to never show. Although I stand strongly by the notion of no such thing as a Magic Tip for improvement, nor any piece of advice that will guarantee your artistic success, I'm here to tell you about one

Artist Interview: Zofia Chrzan

Can you believe this artist is only 19 years old? Zofia has just graduated high school and is ready to take on the college world, and to gain even more knowledge and skills with a major in drawing – and possibly art therapy. Look out world! This up and coming artist is only just beginning, and we’re featuring her for the month of January before she gets engulfed in all her studies. Pentalic: First off, we have to ask, what college will you be attending? Zofia: I'm going to be attending Edinboro University as a drawing/painting major, it's a relatively affordable school and I had a few art teachers who have

Make 2018 The Year to Embrace Imperfection and Growth!

Have you always felt like you were meant for something more? Have you always wanted to live out your dream and follow your passion to illustrate or create for a living, but don’t know where to start? Well why not start now! Make 2018 your to embrace imperfection, growth, and self-discovery. No pressure, just scratch that curious itch and see what drawing everyday can do for you. It may seem impossible to make time for art, but what if you built time into your scheduling to create, 10 minutes a day, every day. Scribble, doodle, write down your thoughts, it all counts. Just put that pencil, brush, pen or whatever to