It’s been SO long since I’ve made a website post! So much is changed and changing!
Website Updates + Art Title Updates
I truly appreciate your patience as I make numerous changes to my title and website! I have a new Studio on Pender Island, called Drawing Wolf Studio. I will be altering my site a bit, to make it more concise, encompassing of my studio (tattoo) work and my other practices! Name changes, and changes in general, take time to execute and catch on, so thank you! My emails, and URL titles all are changing slowly from “Drawin Wolf” to “Drawing Wolf (studio)”
I now have a MAILING LIST! Send an email to DRAWINGWOLFTATTOO@GMAIL.COM with the subject as “mailing list” and I’ll add you to the list. The mailing list will receive updates on my tattoo bookings, and other announcement related to my practice.
I am currently not going over tattoo proposals. I am developing a new proposal form for tentative clients. I am trying to make my booking process more streamline, so I can spend less time on emails, and more time on tattoo sketches, ad tattooing!
Thanks so much!
Today I released my latest Drawin Wolf album, I Hear Footsteps!
In the houses you grew up in, hums the echo of footsteps you once knew quite well.
I Hear Footsteps is an audible book of words: a mindmap thats ties my thoughts of these past few months together. Thoughts of the growth and loss of friendships, relationships, the roots that remain; thoughts of dysphoria, transformed spaces from my childhood: the valleys, the campgrounds, the bedrooms; Bridges, maps, tools for safe passage through this lifetime this lifetime. This album is me reaching for a sense of immersion I believe existed in me when I was younger, and that I must now actively seek out.
These songs have all been written by me within the past few months. I began recording in Devon’s trailer (thanks devon!) at Ally’s cabin (thanks ally!) 2 weeks after my arrival in Dawson City, YT. The rest, I recorded in my room once we found a home for the winter.
I send my love and well-wishing to those who encouraged have been encouraging me to write my writing as a child, thank you for telling me my stories were worth anything.
After a couple months of touring with friends, I have managed to settle down for the season in the lovely Dawson City! After a long, adventurous summer, I await the grip of winter, ready to learn at SOVA, and ready to hunker down and focus on creating and becoming a part of the Dawson community.
My, oh my, how the months fly by! They only are going to get more exciting from here onwards. Summer adventures await, but first, here are some lovely spring time events to watch out for…
Friday, May 30th: THCH SPRING ART FARM: A DIY Arts ‘n’ Crafts Sale/Trade Event
Spring is here, and it is the time to share and celebrate the many works of the artists in our community
Come peruse tables filled with creations of all kinds, from zines, prints and patches to teas, baked goods, textiles, etc! DIY crafting has no limits! (Bookworms, Please Note: Izzy will also be selling a bunch of her used books at a table!)
We hope to line the Thigh High Clubhouse backyard / back ally with tables ( also if you have tables we can borrow please let us know!!!!!)
If you are interested in tabling please get in touch with Jess or Izzy with a brief description of your work // what name you would like to be listed under!
STAY TUNED FOR RADISH FEST 2: June 20-24th
I no longer have access to my old email address: firstname.lastname@example.org
I can now be reached at email@example.com
Hoping you are well,
Drawin Wolf’s first release (a ten-track album) is now available for download on the Drawin Wolf bandcamp! Download the album and Lyric Zine PDF for free/PWYC, and/or order handmade cd’s patches and zines!
You can now ‘like’ Drawin Wolf on Facebook for updates and such !
Hello, friends! Today we finished up the recordings for Drawin Wolf’s first album, Write About the Childhood Coat, to be released within the next couple weeks! I will be releasing a zine of lyrics and drawings when I make the album available for download on my bandcamp! You will be able to purchase it online for $10, and for $7 in person! I am very excited deeply appreciative of everyone who’s helped make this project possible, and enjoyable!
Dreary Weather is a Thematic (and somewhat experimental) Creation that uses various symbols to convey and discuss impacts of weather on our minds as humans of the earth. Moths, children of the night, are drawn to and guided by the moon’s light, the mother of cycles. The cyclical nature of seasons affects our emotions and mindsets as it does the air we breathe, the ground we walk on, the trees we lie under. As fall quickly nears its end, I witness my friend’s falling under the gloomy spell of winter, as a moth falls under the deathly spell of the light it so desires.
Song: November by Willie Stratton (Willie Stratton.bandcamp.com)
Animated & Filmed by Izzy Burgwin
Monica and I got together with Preston this weekend and recorded a demo on a cassette recorder to tide things over until we finally get around to “properly” recording a full-length! So here y’are! Some low-fi silly goodness!
Ps. I’ll be recording Drawin Wolf stuff next weekend in London, so stay tuned!