Spring Break – Time to work!

Today I wrote my last exam for this semester, and apart from some smaller stuff, I am now on vacation until April. Spring Break!! I felt great today, not only because the exam went well, but also because I could kick off the vacation with some art. I finally could get back to my oil … Continue reading Spring Break – Time to work!

Back from the Dead!

(I know I'm late on this, but happy New Year 2017!) I had a lot going on, but due to severe technical issues, I was not able to actively post anything. It was frustrating, but if you have a dark sense of humor (which I do) it was also funny: First, I broke my laptop … Continue reading Back from the Dead!

Work in Progress: A Theater in Seattle

This is what my newest painting looks like so far. It's an entrance to a movie theater somewhere in Seattle. I got most of the base coats in and will be working on the shading and "details" from this point on (it intentionally won't be detailed in the end). Speaking of movie theaters, what do … Continue reading Work in Progress: A Theater in Seattle

Day 2-3: Seattle to Corvallis

I spent the first 1 1/2 days in Seattle area (Renton) with my uncle. The morning after our first night my mom and I had breakfast with some friends at a restaurant. My uncle paints murals as a part-time job, and one of his many murals was on the restaurant walls. Art runs in our … Continue reading Day 2-3: Seattle to Corvallis

Nicole Heymann Art Shop!

Here's my new cafepress-shop! You can get t-shirts, cups, and other stuff related to works of art that I did! The site is still under construction, but you got to start somewhere. First collection of stuff: dedicated to this year's Superbowl, for the Seattle Seahawks. Other work wil follow... Share at will! http://www.cafepress.com/nicoleheymannart

Go Seahawks!

Here's a T-shirt design for the Seattle Seahawks! They won the play-offs, and the way they won it will probably be remembered for a while. They are now in the superbowl. I decided to go with a Popart retro-look, similar to Andy Warhol's work in the 60s.