Alright you beautiful people!
It’s giveaway time.
Enter for a chance to win an 11x14 fine art print of either the bear or lion.
Your choice 😊
1. Follow @kenadillon
2. Comment on which one’s your fav
3. Tag 3 friends
Bonus: For an additional entry, share any of my artworks on your IG and tag
The winner will be announced Sunday night at 9pm EST.
Good luck 😊
Original painting info: “Osito Polar”
Acrylic on canvas
18 x 24 in “König”
Acrylic on canvas
36 x 24 in
New mug design! Hola, cabrona! 👋 meant as a term of endearment, a woman who likes to shake things up the create new energy! I made one of these for @emcostelloart for her birthday and decided to make a few more! 😍 #firedceramics#latinaartist#cabrona
Burtis Blue Turquoise 😍 #todaysfavorite
You guys really seem to like these turquoise pieces, I'll take the hint & make some more rings!
If you have any request on sizes/stones send me a message.🌿
YAAAASSSSS! This is one of the first things I tell my yoga students at @calstatela 🦅 I’m guiding them in yoga, but they know their body best.....come out of a pose when they need to, adjust a pose for their body, move/stretch how your body needs right now💜💜💜.
Yoga is about getting to know your body ☺️☺️☺️🧘🏽♀️🧘🏽♂️🙏🏽 #yogainspiration#yogateacherlife#bodypositivity
I don’t normally do the art therapy thing but I wanted to try drawing my feelings.
I’ve been in an on and off funk for a while which results in being moody and distant. I wrote down my negative thoughts and how sometimes it feels like all this insecurity is exploding from my head. I’m constantly comparing myself to others. Kinda always feel not smart or pretty or talented. Not that it makes any sense or is logical but our brains do silly things to us sometimes. You know? Yeah, of course you do. We’ve all been there.
When I created the little Frida series I had no idea how overwhelming the response would be to my illustrations. I know I sound like a broken record but it’s true. I didn’t. This past weekend through today I’ve had the wonderful privilege of hanging out and sharing my story and art with so many little girls. It’s been such a great honor to know my art is inspiring and empowering for not only my 8 year old daughter but for other little girls as well. Thank you for the bottom of my heart for bringing your girls to my events, to asking me to speak at your events and for purchasing my art. I promise there’s a lot more magic to come. ✊🏽 ¡Que viva las niñas! 💖 #artbyannaalvarado
TOMORROW!! I will be dual-streaming with @eye.of.saturn at twitch.tv/morbid_ways and twitch.tv/20Gore7 to show you our ideas and us working on an exciting new project! Be there at 7:30pm EST!! ***PS this will be my debut on Twitch so hope you can make it 😸
A mí me dejan 3 minutitos sola y me encuentro un micrófono. 🙈 Este verano me he dado cuenta que me gusta mucho ser conductora de eventos... me pone nerviosa y al mismo tiempo me fascina tener la oportunidad y la plataforma para conectar con una audiencia. Desde niña he soñado con crear un ambiente en donde los demás se sientan seguros para compartir su arte. 🌹#throwback a nuestro último evento @meetmewithcuriosity
When the Smithsonian invites you to Washington…..You say yes!
I was invited by the Smithsonian to come to Washington and I said Yes!
The Smithsonian Latino Center invited me to speak and facilitate a workshop with their Young Ambassadors. They wanted me to share exercises from My book Drawing in Black and White.
This was definitely a highlight in my creative life. So proud of the work the Young Ambassadors did in my workshop. Wonderful group of future leaders. Many thanks to the center for making this possible.
The Smithsonian Latino Center was created in 1997 to promote Latino presence within the Smithsonian.
it works collaboratively with the Institution's museums and research centers, ensuring that the contributions of the Latino community in the arts, history, national culture and scientific achievement are explored, presented, celebrated and preserved. They manage leadership and professional development programs for Latino youth, emerging scholars and museum professionals. #smithsonian#smithsonianmuseum#slc_latino#drawinginblackandwhite#deborahvelasquez#latinaartist#latinawomenartists#workshops#artist#author#quartos#quartocreates#quarrybooks#mintedartist#velasquezstudio#mentoring
Back to character designs! Finalized her concept for...Terrigena, the only being of her kind! The Daughter of Lilith and a first world Nephilim, Terrigena is an anamoly even amongst the Mother of Demons Realm, having the ability to passively stop time within a huge radius around her, its an ability she currently can't control. But that doesn't mean she doesn't love her siblings in Lilith's realm, and none more so than Lilia, closest sister and best friend!