Millennial Pink Art Collective
B with Millennial Pink has teamed up with artists from around the country to curate a digital art gallery. These artists are from everywhere from Oregon to Arizona to Colorado. New artists are always welcome to join.
In August 2017 I found a community focused on "Recovery through Creativity" which inspired me to start creating art. With a background in environmental science and a love of botany I love to draw the natural world in ink and watercolor. You can follow me on Instagram @Frances_Waddell_Art, visit my website, or contribute to my Patreon.
I have drawn since I was in middle school. I have always been obsessed with drawing cartoons and painting. My favorite media are charcoal, graphite, acrylics, and watercolor.
Art of any medium has always held a special place in my heart. My mother works with oil pastels and paint; my father works with wood and metal, so I grew up surrounded by art.
Besides taking photos, which I've done semi-professionally through my own business and as a journalist for almost 10 years, I dabble in sketching with pencil and ink.
I have been doing art all of my life, but started really focusing on improving and growing in 2018. I like to use a variety of media, but my preference is digital painting. My work can be found on either my Instagram (@rowens_creative_space) or my Facebook page, Rowen's Creative Space.
I am a 28 year old artist living in the beautiful PNW. I have been an avid crafter and artist since age five. I largely spend my free time working on creative projects and my garden. I am a multi-passionate artist, which means I have dabbled in many artistic fields (read: I have several unfinished projects all the time forever). The most consuming of my loves at the moment would be acrylic painting and bullet journaling. I am married and live with my husband, our two rats and our two cats in Tigard, OR. You can follow me on Instagram @categreer.art or check out my website.
Bri Young is a Washington based artist, living in Greeley, Colorado, and working in both studio and digital arts. Before transferring to UNCO, she attended Central Washington University, where she pursued studio arts and psychology. Bri is working to fuse both her love of art and passion for psychology into using art therapy to help others.