Once I got back in to town after my trip up to San Francisco, settled down and ready to get back to normal life, I decided to check out Crafted at The Port for my own. Thanks to Kathleen Conner and her report of the event, I knew there weren’t a lot of paper sellers, but I knew there would be some other cool stuff to check out. I came across Lindsay Sochar, an illustrator and watercolorist who we must have missed in the shuffle of the event. Lindsay works a lot on canvas, but as you can see, has plenty of works on paper. I also dig that she’s not afraid to mix up styles or subject matter. It’s not often you see camping trailers mixed with naked ladies and cow skulls (although that’s a party I’d like to attend at least once).
Lindsay’s web presence isn’t real strong, I think she’s still getting ramped up, and because Etsy recently effed up their search capabilities, I can’t see if she has a corresponding shop there, but you can reach out to her via email, or go check her out at Crafted if you’re in the Southern California area.