Hello internet people. Thanks for checking out my blog! I have come here to share my work and the stories behind them. Hopefully, in the process, you’ll drop me a line in the comments and I’ll get to know you a little more too.
I’ve had this blog for a while now. Since I was a wee lass (2012 I think… actually wasn’t so long ago) and much has changed since. For instance: my desk no longer looks like the one as shown above. And if you’re a long time follower then yes, I’ve upgraded again. If you’re a new follower or passer-by then… yes, I’ve upgraded again, haha!
Anyway, this blog is mainly just me posting select pieces of art that I want to share with the WordPress community and me telling some of the stories behind them. So if you want to follow me I urge you hop on board! Or you could also follow me on my other social media (Instagram, Tumblr, Twitter) which are more focused on promoting my online store tjstoll.tictail.com. Yup, I’ve finally opened a store! It’s what I’ve always wanted to do. And it was all because of the one sale I made in 2012.
Here’s the painting I sold during the summer of 2012.
Haha, just for kicks, check out what it said before I rewrote this about page:
“Hello internet people. It is me, from the real world. I have come to show you my talents and and explain some of the stories behind them. I also like books. So if you see some snippet about books in here well then you’ll know why.
I’ve changed the picture of my art desk. When I said the previous picture was old, I mean now that it is actually archaic! My computer crashed not too long ago so I don’t even know if I have it anymore! Here’s a more updated and less tragic photo of how it is now. Ain’t she perrty!
I also sell some of my work from here too! I take much pride in my art and it would be an honour for me to have it displayed in your homes. Not only am I a proud captor and creator of art but also aspire to own my own gallery where I display and bring affordable art to people’s homes. What better way to start than by selling and showcasing here! This also poses as an opportunity for me to collect funds to pay my way through university so that I can become this great gallery owner I see.”