Monday, December 21, 2015

Decorator Contained

Chloe York "Decorator Contained" Acrylic on Canvas 36"x48" 2015 

Thursday, December 17, 2015

Calls to Artists 12-17-2015

•The ArtWorks Foundation has teamed with Overton Square in Memphis to host the 2nd Annual Art Squared FestivalApril 22–24, 2016. Artists working in glass, metal, fiber, clay, wood, as well as found objects, jewelry and 2-D are invited to apply. Applications will undergo a juried review and 60 artists will be invited to exhibit and sell their work at the festival. Application deadline is January 10, 2016. Read more and submit...

•The San Luis Obispo Museum of Art in California is seeking artists to submit work for their Blue Marble: National Juried Exhibition, on view at the museum June 3–July 31. Submissions will be juried by Patricia Watts, and work in all mediums will be considered. The theme of the show is the planet Earth, and first through third place winners from the exhibition will receive cash prizes. The exhibition is open to all artists 18+ years of age living within the United States, and the deadline to apply is March 19, 2016. Read more and submit…

Friday, December 11, 2015

Obligatory Belly Photo

Taken in Echo's room. I love this wall color so much.

Tuesday, December 8, 2015

Peek-a-Boo

Anxiously awaiting the first issue of Riverblood Magazine, in which I am a featured artist for the month of December!


Brooks Holiday Artist Market

This was my first fair/market/whatever I've tried in which I set up my own booth space and sold stuff. I had greeting cards, prints, and original works up for grabs. I went in unsure of what to expect, ready for the possibility that I was unlikely to sell anything, but then I ended up saying goodbye to five paintings within the first fifteen minutes. I was astounded by how well I did the rest of the time. It was also fun to meet people and talk with them about my work.





Natural Habitat


It's a wonderful feeling to know that there are people out there with my work hanging on their walls, that they chose to live with my creations and look at them often. I hope my paintings bring them great joy.

Monday, December 7, 2015

Monday, November 23, 2015

Awaiting Approval

After it's officially approved, I will add a layer of epoxy for that shiny, luxe finish.




Sunday, November 22, 2015

Progress

I drafted up a thumbnail and a palette study for my current commission and many changes were made after speaking with my client. We decided to nix the gold and magenta and keep things simple: grays, lavenders, whites and a tiny bit of blue were favored. My painting surfaces were delivered to my studio shortly after, so I was happily able to get an earlier start than I had planned. Here is the progress I have made. I'm laughing now at how unlike the sketches the paintings have turned out to be. Not in a bad way, of course.




Thursday, November 19, 2015

Calls to Artists: 11-19-2015

Final Call!
•The City of Memphis
 and the UrbanArt Commission are seeking proposals from artists for a mural project on the Memphis Heritage Trail, to be executed at the corner of S. Main Street and Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Avenue. The final installation should occur in early Summer 2016 as a precursor to the first phase of the proposed trail. The mural should support the trail’s promotion of the City of Memphis’ rich African-American history and cultural heritage, as well as economic revitalization and sustainable growth of the area. The deadline to submit proposals is Nov. 20Read more and submit…

MCA alumnus Adam Farmer will be accepting submissions for the holiday artist market, Glitchmas. Artists may bring work that is ready to hang to Glitch, 2180 Cowden Ave., on Dec. 5–6 between the hours of 1–5 p.m. each day. The actual market will take place Friday, Dec. 11 from 6–10 p.m. Read more...

•Professor Maritza D├ávila is seeking submissions for the next James Lee House exhibition. Senior students, faculty and alumni from MCA are especially encouraged to submit, as well as any artist creating 2-D work in any medium. To submit work for this exhibition, e-mail 5 images per entry, a short biography and artist statement to mdavila@mca.edu by Dec. 15. 

•The ArtWorks Foundation has teamed with Overton Square in Memphis to host the 2nd Annual Art Squared FestivalApril 22–24, 2016. Artists working in glass, metal, fiber, clay, wood, as well as found objects, jewelry and 2-D are invited to apply. Applications will undergo a juried review and 60 artists will be invited to exhibit and sell their work at the festival. Application deadline is January 10, 2016. Read more and submit...

•The San Luis Obispo Museum of Art in California is seeking artists to submit work for their Blue Marble: National Juried Exhibition, on view at the museum June 3–July 31. Submissions will be juried by Patricia Watts, and work in all mediums will be considered. The theme of the show is the planet Earth, and first through third place winners from the exhibition will receive cash prizes. The exhibition is open to all artists 18+ years of age living within the United States, and the deadline to apply is March 19, 2016. Read more and submit…

Wednesday, November 18, 2015

Commission Journey

My fantastic art rep and kickass decorator, Christian Nelius of Anno Domini Memphis, recently commissioned a diptych from me for a room she's designing for her clients. This will be an exciting one for me- creating two pieces to go side by side, keeping the color palette minimal with aquas, grays, lavenders, gold, magenta, and chartreuse, and applying a glossy surface on top for that glam luxe factor.

I'm going to look to Flemish and Renaissance portrait paintings for inspiration and research new and exciting patterns.

I plan to create some thumbnails, sketches, and color studies tonight and will post updates of my journey as things progress. Stay tuned, m'dears!

Mood board by Christian Nelius

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Tuesday, November 17, 2015

Brooks Holiday Artist Market

Come see me at the Brooks Holiday Artist Market! There will be original works for purchase, greeting cards, and maybe a few surprises! Wish me luck.



Friday, November 6, 2015

Opening Tonight

Come see some new(ish) works by Jesse Nabers Alston and myself and enjoy 25% all home goods (excluding original artwork) at Nabers Interiors on Broad.


Wednesday, October 28, 2015

Color Study: Art by Chloe York and Jesse Nabers Alston


When: Friday, November 6 at 5:00pm

Where: Nabers Interiors
            2665 Broad Ave
            Memphis, TN 38112


Join us during the Broad Avenue Fall Art Walk for an art show featuring local artists Chloe York and Jesse Nabers Alston. Not only will we have great original artwork on display, but we will also have an all day 25% off sale on all Nabers Interiors store merchandise. Stop by to shop anytime of the day from 10 - 7 or drop by to meet the artists from 5 - 7

*Sale excludes original artwork

Event Page

Monday, October 26, 2015

Riverblood Magazine

I'm very excited about this one. Artist Brittany Vega (whose work is pretty rad; go look at it) is starting up an arts publication called Riverblood Magazine, which will feature artists of the Mid-South and I'm honored to be featured in the first issue coming out in December.

There will a short feature about me and my work and I also plan on submitting a little "day-in-the-life" journal entry to take readers through my studio practice (or lack thereof at the moment) but I promise to try and make it interesting. 

We are in the process of moving into our first house, which means a new studio space for me. Once things settle down, I will be back in action. I have some shows coming up but haven't quite gotten back into my old routine or made any new paintings. Anyway, I'll keep you posted.


Friday, October 23, 2015

A Few More Opportunities

Courtesy of the TN Arts Commission.

Visit this link to learn more: http://tnartscommission.org/news/creative-opportunities/


Calls to Artists: 10-23-2015

•ArtsMemphis, Crosstown Arts and UrbanArt Commission (UAC) are planning a series of professional development events and workshops to provide artists with greater resources and opportunities for growth in 2016. They are requesting that visual artists share some of their experiences as an artist and the topics that would be most beneficial by taking a brief survey. All survey participants will be entered to win an iPad mini.

•Crosstown Arts is seeking work for their upcoming exhibition Mi Sur/My South, a survey of Latino and Latina artists living and working in Memphis. This exhibition is part of the efforts of Centro Cultural (a Latina/o cultural center based at Caritas Village) to survey and document the artistic life and production of Latina/os in Shelby County. To this end, the Centro is additionally working to compile an Artist Registry that would include not only visual artists but all creative disciplines. The deadline to submit work is Monday, Oct. 26. Read more and submit…

•ArtsMemphis will host two informational sessions regarding their ArtsAccelerator grant awarded to five different artists each year. The award amount has increased to $5,000 per artist. Artists applying must be residents of Shelby County. The first session is Monday, Oct. 19 starting at 5:30 p.m. at Crosstown Arts, 430 N. Cleveland St. The second will take place Wednesday, Oct. 28 at the Memphis Slim House, 1130 College St., starting at 5:30 p.m. Read more...

•Tennessee Craft (formerly TACA), in partnership with the Tennessee Arts Commission, is offering an opportunity for emerging makers to learn traditional and contemporary craft skills from master-level craftsmen through their 2015–2016 Master Artist/Apprentice Program (MAAP). Applications, to be completed together by master and artist, are available now until October 31, 2015. A jury panel will then select program participants. Eligible craft media includes basketry, clay, fiber/textiles, furniture, glass, jewelry, metal, 2D and 3D mixed media, paper, printmaking, sculpture and wood. Apprenticeships will last from December 1, 2015 through June 15, 2016 with a final exhibition to be held at the Tennessee Arts Commission Gallery in the Fall of 2016. Read more and apply…

•Crosstown Arts' application period for their studio residency program is now open. Artists may apply for all three of their studio residency sessions for 2016. The deadline to apply is Oct. 31Read more and apply...

Friday, October 16, 2015

Fail Friday: No Motivation

"I haven't painted in over three weeks. I just come home from my day job and crash on the sofa surrounded by piles of things I need to clean and pack for our move next week. I feel like a failure for not making the balance work. I can only imagine how hard it will be to manage everything I want to accomplish after I become a parent."

-Chloe York

Thursday, October 8, 2015

A Work in its New Habitat

Room decorated by Amy Howard

I am loving this room's color palette and the way the pinks work with the blue patterned wallpaper and those pillows. I never got to meet the clients or the designer of the space, but I am thrilled that they chose my work to hang in this room for their children. I hope it brings them great joy.

Tuesday, October 6, 2015

Big News

"Meet Quincy Velociraptor Quick (real name to be announced in a few months), our latest and greatest collaboration! Due April 2016" -Eric Quick
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So I'm 12 weeks along now and we heard the little heartbeat yesterday at the doctor's office. This is why I've been a little MIA recently. I have had a pretty easy pregnancy so far. Very little nausea, but lots of fatigue. Growing a little baby is hard work! But I'm told my energy will return very soon and then I'll be back in the studio! Keep checking in for updates.


UPDATE:

Here is "Quincy" now!



Monday, October 5, 2015

Very Different Commission

Here is something I made a few days ago to put some color in a client's dining room. The budget was extremely limited and the size of the piece needed to be large, so high labor costs were out of the question. I hardly ever work this way. I'm very meticulous and detail oriented, so it was nice to play with a surface like this and work more quickly than I'm used to.


Friday, October 2, 2015

Happy October!

Enjoy this BB8 replica made from two pumpkins by Eric Quick at Mid-South Effects!


Fail Friday

"I can't take good photographs of my art work."

-Chloe York

Thursday, October 1, 2015

Calls to Artists 10/01/15

MCA instructor Thomas Everett Green is seeking submissions for the InFocus 2015/2016 Exhibition at the Southern College of Optometry. Two-dimensional works pertaining to vision, focus, learning or scholastics are preferred but not required. Works weighing over 20 pounds, containing graphic nudity or politically-charged works will not be considered. The deadline to submit is Oct. 18. Emailinfocusexhibition@gmail.com including the title, artist name, dimensions and media used to submit. 

The Palladio Group, LLC is seeking artwork for their exhibition Palladio Gallery Juried Exhibition 2015 that reflects the beauty and richness of life in the American South. The exhibition will be juried by Palladio directors, including two graduates of the MFA program at MCA. The theme, “Celebrating the American South,” is open to interpretation, including but not limited to work that is abstract, figurative/portrait, text-based, landscape/indoor scene, etc. The deadline to submit is Oct. 20. Read more and submit…

•Tennessee Craft (formerly TACA), in partnership with the Tennessee Arts Commission, is offering an opportunity for emerging makers to learn traditional and contemporary craft skills from master-level craftsmen through their 2015–2016 Master Artist/Apprentice Program (MAAP). Applications, to be completed together by master and artist, are available now until October 31, 2015. A jury panel will then select program participants. Eligible craft media includes basketry, clay, fiber/textiles, furniture, glass, jewelry, metal, 2D and 3D mixed media, paper, printmaking, sculpture and wood. Apprenticeships will last from December 1, 2015 through June 15, 2016 with a final exhibition to be held at the Tennessee Arts Commission Gallery in the Fall of 2016. Read more and apply…

•Crosstown Arts' application period for their studio residency program is now open. Artists may apply for all three of their studio residency sessions for 2016. The deadline to apply is Oct. 31. Read more and apply...

Friday, September 11, 2015

Calls to Artists 9/11/2015

•ArtsMemphis is now accepting Letters of Inquiry (LOI) for their Community Engagement Grant Program. The ArtsMemphis Community Engagement Grant seeks to address the needs of underserved communities through innovative, arts-based projects. All applicants will use the online letter of inquiry to apply for funding. The purpose of the LOI is to introduce ArtsMemphis to your work to determine whether or not there is a good match with ArtsMemphis’ funding priorities. If it is determined that there is a good fit, you will be asked to submit a full proposal. The deadline to submit a letter of inquiry is Sept. 21. Read more and submit...

•Riverblood Magazine is seeking work from Mid-South artists for publication in their December issue. The theme of this issue is “Love Thy Neighbor” and submitting is free. The deadline to submit is Sept. 30.Read more and submit...

•The Tennessee Arts Commission on behalf of the Tennessee State Capitol Commission and the Tennessee General Assembly requests qualifications from professional artists to create a bust to commemorate one of Tennessee’s most notable native sons, David Crockett. This memorial 4-foot bronze bust will be displayed on the second floor of the Tennessee State Capitol Building in Nashville, Tenn. This project is open to established visual artists living in the United States with a minimum of 5 years professional experience working on public art projects. Applicants must have knowledge of fabrication and installation of busts, or similar sculpture, in bronze. Three references familiar with previous projects are required. The application deadline is Sept. 30, and the budget is up to $45,000. Read more and apply...

•The NARS Foundation is currently accepting applications for their International Artist Residency Program. The program supports emerging and mid-career artists and is open to both International and US-Based artists, creating an international artistic dialogue and exchange. The residency offers 24/7 access to 280–325 sq.ft. studio spaces in Sunset Park neighborhood of  Brooklyn, NY. While experimenting and creating new work in the studio, artists are encouraged to engage with the public and share new work through public events, artist presentations, group outings and tours, and studio visits with curators, gallerists, and arts administrators. The deadline to submit is Oct. 1. Read more and apply…

•Tennessee Craft (formerly TACA), in partnership with the Tennessee Arts Commission, is offering an opportunity for emerging makers to learn traditional and contemporary craft skills from master-level craftsmen through their 2015–2016 Master Artist/Apprentice Program (MAAP). Applications, to be completed together by master and artist, are available now until October 31, 2015. A jury panel will then select program participants. Eligible craft media includes basketry, clay, fiber/textiles, furniture, glass, jewelry, metal, 2D and 3D mixed media, paper, printmaking, sculpture and wood. Apprenticeships will last from December 1, 2015 through June 15, 2016 with a final exhibition to be held at the Tennessee Arts Commission Gallery in the Fall of 2016. Read more and apply…

Fail Friday: Missed Interpretation

"I once had to critique an awesome painting of slabs of meat hanging in the shape of can-can dancers and was asked to interpret what the artist was trying to convey. I told the entire class of intimidating artists that I saw the work as a statement about vegetarianism. I was way, way off. The piece turned out to be about feminism and I got to listen to everyone in the group correct me for a good, long five minutes after."

-Chloe York

Tuesday, September 8, 2015

Commission Awaiting Approval

Chloe York and Eric Quick "Barred Owls" Mixed Media on Paper 22"x30" 2015

Friday, August 28, 2015

Fail Friday: Jesse Alston

This week's Fail Friday post features special guest painter and interior designer, Jesse Alston, who had this story to share:

"My fail took place just last year. Before my wedding last October, I was approached by someone about doing a commissioned painting for them. The painting was to be of their old family farm house. I was eager to take on a "real" commission job so I said yes! They supplied me with multiple photographs of the house and dictated what size canvas. 

Honestly, my process for painting can be stressful sometimes. I start working and pretty much immediately hate everything about what I put on the canvas. After some awkward pep talks with myself, I am usually convinced that I should keep working and it will get better. This painting was no different. I hated it then I loved it. Hated it... then loved it. Over and over again. 

It was now just 2 short weeks before my wedding and I was crazy busy with all the finishing details of planning a wedding like final meetings with vendors and planned events being generously thrown for us. I desperately wanted to complete the farm house painting and get it to the client before the wedding, so I made a final push to finish. When I did, I actually loved it! 

I proudly took pictures of the finished product to send to the client for approval and even volunteered to deliver it whenever they would like hoping that they would then supply me with a check for my work! It felt like I waited forever for a reply, but then again I was just really excited and impatient to see what they thought about the painting. 

When the response finally came, it was a huge let down. They didn't even mention what they thought of the painting and just said something along the lines of they shouldn't have rushed me so close to the wedding and they wanted to talk to me about it after the honeymoon. That was it. It was pretty clear that they weren't a fan of the painting and even implied that it was thrown together last minute. 

I don't have thick skin when it comes to my art, so my feelings were pretty hurt, but I pushed the ordeal to the back of my mind and decided I would worry about it after our honeymoon. When we arrived back home, there sat the lonely, unwanted painting of the farm house. I hated everything about it. The client's lack of a reaction to it made me view my work in a completely different light. All the things I liked about it suddenly turned to things I hated about it. 

They said they would get in touch with me after the honeymoon, but weeks later I still hadn't heard anything. Weeks turned into months and still nothing. The thought about quitting art or at the very least quitting commissions entered my mind many times. I was upset because I had worked so hard and spent so much time on the painting and not gotten paid for anything! Plus the painting was of this very specific family house that I felt like I couldn't do anything else with. I never heard another word from the client. 

However, at some point I began to love the painting again. I think the clients email that implied they didn't like my work completely colored my opinion of it. I was only able to love it again once I let go of the thought that someone hated it.  

Next thing I know, someone is interested in it. I marketed it to them as a painting of charming, southern farm house and they purchased it! Ultimately, my fail came with a happy ending, but I think I learned a lot from the unpleasant part. 

I learned to trust myself and not have such harsh thoughts about my own work. One person's opinion, or lack of opinion, about my work doesn't mean everyone feels that way. It's actually funny because throughout this experience so many other people were telling me that they thought the painting was great, but that one negative reaction completely overpowered the many positive ones. How dumb is that?! 
Trust yourself as an artist and trust your ability to create something beautiful!"







Thanks for sharing, Jesse! Do you have an art "fail" you'd like to share? Email me at chloe.york@hotmail.com

Wednesday, August 26, 2015

Decorating

Before

After







Making figures in old paintings into styled crazies is real fun. The statue is also a nice touch. And I'm getting paid for this one :)

Friday, August 21, 2015

Fail Friday: Try and Try Again

"I have submitted my work to be featured on one of my favorite art websites every month for the last 2 years. I still have never been featured."

-Chloe York

Do you have an artist "fail" you'd like to share? Email me at chloe.york@hotmail.com

Thursday, August 20, 2015

Calls to Artists: August 2015

•The Los Angeles Center for Digital Art is seeking submissions for the 2015 International Juried Competition. All styles of artwork and photography where digital processes of any kind were integral to the creation of the images are acceptable. Entrants may submit up to three JPEG files of original work. The selected winner receives 10 prints, up to 44 in. x 60 in. on museum quality paper to be shown in a solo exhibition in LACDA’s main gallery, Sept. 10–Oct. 3. Ten second place winners will also be exhibited. The deadline to submit is Aug. 24Read more and submit…

•The UrbanArt Commission and the City of Memphis are seeking to commission an iconic sculpture that will serve as a landmark identifier in Halle Park and function as a gateway to the district for the public. The project's Selection Committee desires this gateway to reflect both the diversity and history of the area. The proposed location for the sculpture is in the vicinity of the south entrance to Halle Park. The deadline to submit is Aug. 24. Read more and submit…

•The UrbanArt Commission and the City of Memphis are commissioning an integrative public art piece at Denver Park in the Raleigh-Frayser neighborhood that will enhance the newly renovated park and provide an important, site-specific art element for the public. The finished project must require little to no regular maintenance. Final artwork should complement the characteristics and neighborhood identity of the site.The deadline to submit is Sept. 4. Read more and submit…

•ArtsMemphis is now accepting Letters of Inquiry (LOI) for their Community Engagement Grant Program. The ArtsMemphis Community Engagement Grant seeks to address the needs of underserved communities through innovative, arts-based projects. All applicants will use the online letter of inquiry to apply for funding. The purpose of the LOI is to introduce ArtsMemphis to your work to determine whether or not there is a good match with ArtsMemphis’ funding priorities. If it is determined that there is a good fit, you will be asked to submit a full proposal. The deadline to submit a letter of inquiry is Sept. 21. Read more and submit...

The Tennessee Arts Commission on behalf of the Tennessee State Capitol Commission and the Tennessee General Assembly requests qualifications from professional artists to create a bust to commemorate one of Tennessee’s most notable native sons, David Crockett. This memorial 4-foot bronze bust will be displayed on the second floor of the Tennessee State Capitol Building in Nashville, Tenn. This project is open to established visual artists living in the United States with a minimum of 5 years professional experience working on public art projects. Applicants must have knowledge of fabrication and installation of busts, or similar sculpture, in bronze. Three references familiar with previous projects are required. The application deadline is Sept. 30, and the budget is up to $45,000. Read more and apply...

•The NARS Foundation is currently accepting applications for their International Artist Residency Program. The program supports emerging and mid-career artists and is open to both International and US-Based artists, creating an international artistic dialogue and exchange. The residency offers 24/7 access to 280–325 sq.ft. studio spaces in Sunset Park neighborhood of  Brooklyn, NY. While experimenting and creating new work in the studio, artists are encouraged to engage with the public and share new work through public events, artist presentations, group outings and tours, and studio visits with curators, gallerists, and arts administrators. The deadline to submit is Oct. 1. Read more and apply…

•Tennessee Craft (formerly TACA), in partnership with the Tennessee Arts Commission, is offering an opportunity for emerging makers to learn traditional and contemporary craft skills from master-level craftsmen through their 2015–2016 Master Artist/Apprentice Program (MAAP). Applications, to be completed together by master and artist, are available now until October 31, 2015. A jury panel will then select program participants. Eligible craft media includes basketry, clay, fiber/textiles, furniture, glass, jewelry, metal, 2D and 3D mixed media, paper, printmaking, sculpture and wood. Apprenticeships will last from December 1, 2015 through June 15, 2016 with a final exhibition to be held at the Tennessee Arts Commission Gallery in the Fall of 2016. Read more and apply…

Friday, August 14, 2015

Fail Friday: Terri Scott

This week's Fail Friday post features special guest illustrator, Terri Scott, who had this story to share:

"While in school, I was asked by 'Anonymous' Theatre to do an Alice in Wonderland illustration. They could only pay a small amount, but I was eager for the experience and knew from other artists that they were good people. I jumped right into it and it took several weeks, in between school, to finish. The day I finished the last stroke, I left to run errands. My acrylic painting on illustration board lay flat on my drawing table, with a full cup of paint water next to it.
I have a cat. She likes water. When I came home after a few hours, I found my painting soaking in a pool of water, the cup tipped over! It was so soaked that it warped the board and the backing peeled off! I took the blow dryer to it until it dried completely. The painted part was still intact (yay acrylic!) so my roommate rigged up this photoshoot using all of our lamps and yarn and tape. She managed to take good photos of the piece, despite the warped board.
I then emailed my client the piece and thought, 'Done and done!' Well...I realized the importance of flushing out all of the details of a project beforehand when they asked, 'When can we get the original?' Um. I assumed, because I've been taught that illustrators typically don't sell originals and that the theater would only use it on their website, that they only wanted the digital file. Well.
I had to explain to them my error and admit that my cat pretty much killed it. Evil little furball! Thankfully they were understanding, but chided me for not being clearer in the beginning. Everything resolved itself and I learned two valuable lessons. Never leave water cups unattended and always be thorough about any project before jumping in!"
-Terri Scott
Thanks for sharing, Terri! To see more of Terri's work, please visit her website:  http://www.terriscottillustration.com/

Photo courtesy of Terri Scott

Tuesday, August 11, 2015

Commission Us?

Remember these collaboratives Eric Quick and I completed together? We managed to sell two of the series and were also approached for a commission. We are currently at the sketch approval stage, but once the client approves the sketch and color palette, we will set to work on the piece. 

The parameters for the project were to use barred owls as the animal (the client has a pair of them that live in her backyard, so we decided to do two owls) and she likes the palette of "Hermit Crab" but wanted a little more emerald green. 

If you would like to commission us for a creature collaborative, please contact me at chloe.york@hotmail.com.


Chloe York and Eric Quick "Nautilus" 

Chloe York and Eric Quick "Hermit Crab"

Chloe York and Eric Quick "Mantis Shrimp"

Eric Quick "Barred Owl" sketch and palette study