This is identity/album art for the musician Hexecho: https://www.facebook.com/Hexecho/
His music is very cool techno/trippy gamer stuff that really builds an atmosphere and puts you in it, so I strove to make each hexagon “its own little world” as Hexecho put it upon receiving the work.
Okay…I admit it. I am super proud of this one. This is for the MuseHub.biz website I just recently did an interview with. It’s an awesome new directory service for freelance writers and artists and it’s growing fast. (And no, Lauren didn’t ask me to write that, I just dig her site.)
Anyway, check ’em out if you haven’t already. You can do so by clicking the image below. As for me, I’ve gotta get ready for YART this Saturday! I’ll be posting about that soon.
I am both proud and humbled (if that’s possible?) to announce that I just did my first podcast, over at MuseHub, with my longtime friend and colleague Lauren Tharp of LittleZotz Writing!
We talked about all sorts of things, including our approaches to freelance work and all the various and sundry projects and shows I’ve got going on now and in the past. Thanks to Lauren’s editing wizardry, I didn’t embarrass myself!
Here’s the podcast link: http://musehub.biz/heather-landry/
And the Youtube link in case you need it: https://www.youtube.com/watch?time_continue=3&v=19SVxGcRjqc
Links to shows/endeavors listed in this show:
My novel: http://tapas.io/series/the-balance
My latest comic: http://tapas.io/series/the-killing-of-dreams
Or click the image below!
I am so incredibly excited to be going to Evillecon this weekend! My friend Cora Dean and I will be displaying side by side in the Artist Alley all weekend and we can’t wait to see you all!
Here’s our locations in the Alley: right next to an entrance!
We’ll have on-site commissions, fine art prints, buttons, clay sculptures, bows, charms, bookmarks, stickers, and more. It’ll be insane!!!!!
It’s that time again! The Ides of March were upon us when PG Cafe and Gallery opened their awesome annual group myth-themed show. Our work will hang until April 20 and there’s some awesome stuff there this year. I’ll try to do a posting of a few different pieces if I get the chance, but admittedly March is one of my more insane months so we’ll see. Possibly closer to show closing to remind people to get out there!
In the meantime, here’s the piece I have in the show. Some lucky person has already claimed the first 16×20 archival canvas of “The Return of
Cortes Quetzalcoatl,” but I’ll try to have smaller prints in time for Spring YART.
The story behind this one is pretty simple: there’s an old story that Moctezuma II may have tried to welcome Hernan Cortes because he believed the conquistador was actually the returning god Quetzalcoatl. If this was the case, Moctezuma’s mistake may have cost his people everything.
However, many historians believe this story is just a myth.
So, either the anecdote is a myth, or Moctezuma and his people were destroyed by believing the myth of the returning god. Either way, I figured it was a nice piece for the Collective Myth-Making show! It’s pretty darn dark though…behind the skeletal Cortes (who resembles a conquistador Grim Reaper) burns the once-stunning city of Tenochtitlan.
The New Harmony Gallery of Contemporary Art is currently hosting a group show of female illustrators! I’m privileged to have my stuff hanging next to the art of several truly amazing women.
Here are a few highlights from the show but as always, if you want to see more…you’ll just have to go!
Facebook Event Page: https://www.facebook.com/events/1784848931818966/
MORE ON THE ARTISTS!
(…and I was in there too.)
I am incredibly proud to have “SEEK” in this show. As you can see from these previews, the art is top-notch.
Art Noir is currently hanging at the Bower-Suhrheinrich Gallery through March.
The bottom one is mine. It’s related to a novel I’m working on!
It’s that time again! Christmas shopping season. And the Arts Council of Southwestern Indiana will be having their annual Holiday Art Sale starting November 13.
I’ll be putting in cute felt animals in this sale as well as in the Wesselman Nature Center’s Art in the Wild show on November 18, so enjoy all the cuteness!
I have a solo art show of 39 pieces ranging from $20-$90 up at PG Cafe & Gallery, 1418 W. Franklin Street, Evansville IN. Show runs until October 12.
Here’s some pieces for sale at PREMORSE:
Sorry for the photo quality, they’re just phone snapshots. I was told by the people who attended the opening that the printed and framed art was in fact more bright/brilliant than the art as it appears online, so make of that what you will.