When I first found her she was doing a thing with crystals, which I thought was totally cool, then she started working with a more tribal look, with a focus on the details of hair and faces, which I thought was even better. Her lines are bold and decisive, while her detail work is delicate and realistic. And her color choices are pastels mixed with vibrant neons, which is right up my alley. I wish I had her talent, but I would settle for having a piece by her on my wall. Maybe something huge like this one?
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