Sunday, March 27, 2011

West Elm

I'm excited to announce that the nice folks at West Elm have invited me to set up a MamaRobot pop-up shop this Thursday night! If you're in the NYC area, please stop by and check out the goodies. I'll have a limited selection of prints, buttons, magnets, shirts, and greeting cards, all displayed on gorgeous West Elm furniture. Think they'll let me walk out with a lamp?

Monday, March 21, 2011

Too Art for TV 5!

If you can get to Brooklyn this Friday, come see Too Art For TV 5. 40 artists from the animation industry will show off their personal work, ranging from paintings to sculptures to film. It's always a fantastic assortment of exciting stuff, plus music and beer and crowds of fun people. A perfect Friday evening. Follow the link for specifics. See you there!

Thursday, March 17, 2011


Hi there. Here is the third and final painting I made for the upcoming Too Art for TV show. If you're in the New York area, please come see my work along with paintings by 40 artists from the animation industry.
If you're an artist or someone who appreciates handmade things, please check out Handmade for Japan. They will be holding an auction next week to raise money for disaster relief. This is a great way to show your love for the people of Japan.
Finally, thanks to every customer and supporter who helped my Etsy shop make it to 1000 sales. I appreciate it so much. If you've ever purchased a MamaRobot item (or left a comment on this blog, or included an item of mine in your Etsy treasury, or retweeted a sale I was having), know that you've helped make my dreams come true.

Saturday, March 5, 2011


Here's another painting for the upcoming Too Art For TV show. I'm still really loving pairing large animals with birds. I like how birds are so small and soft and yet can be a bit sinister too. Especially when you get a bunch of them together.

Tuesday, March 1, 2011

Too Art for TV 5

This is the third of three paintings I have in the upcoming Too Art for TV exhibit. The theme of my paintings is "Parties gone wrong". This painting was supposed to be about an awkward encounter at a party, but the way it turned out almost seems as though these two were in the middle of a private discussion that you, the viewer, has interrupted. Either way, I like it.