Time Flies

It’s been a long time since I’ve written a post, but thank you all for your patience! Ever since my break of events, I’ve fully delved myself in my art.

"Monarch" and Me

To think that it’s almost Thanksgiving is crazy. Where does all of that time go? Don’t get me wrong, I am more than happy to have time for my art. People always ask me, “How do you have the patience to work on your pieces?”


Every artist has a technique. Though my technique may take a lot of time, the final product is always worth it. Line by line the moments pass. I will never get those moments back. I will never get that time back. And I would never want it back.

Close Up - Untitled Woodpecker Piece

A new piece I just finished (for the finished product, follow me on Instagram! @aalexandrin):

"Bird of Enlightment" Unfinished

I create texture and layering in depth with every line. In observing art, we need to look past the larger image and explore an artist’s technique to value their skill and the time they’ve spent making the piece.

"Fast Train" (2011) Lithograph

"It Gets Better" (2013)
"Upside Down" (2010) Charcoal

Time flies when you’re doing something you love.