September 11, 2016

Monster Buddy Project

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The young and young-at-heart are invited to submit their most creative drawing of an imaginary friend. Your "Monster Buddy" can be cute or fierce, big or small--the sky's the limit! Illustrator Candice Broersma will be taking the top monsters and creating her own interpretation as a fun drawing exercise and to highlight the imaginations of beginning artists. The entrants whose work is selected will be featured online and compiled together in a future printed booklet. Drawings will be selected based on originality and adherence to submission guidelines. 

For specifics on submission guidelines, go to http://www.candicebroersma.com/monster.

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  • Website URL: http://www.candicebroersma.com/monster
Candice Broersma

Candice Broersma is an artist, illustrator, and arts educator residing in Yucaipa, California. Her work revolves around fantastical subject matter, including mythical beasts, strange characters, and otherworldly environments. Candice received her bachelors in Studio Art and Music at the University of Redlands and continues to collaborate between fields. She went on to study illustration and received her masters at the Savannah College of Art and Design. Presently, she is freelancing and teaching the new generation of creative minds.

Candice's classes are available to students of all ages. She teaches grades 2-12 at the Competitive Edge Charter Academy as well as adult classes at Michaels Arts & Crafts. Inquiries can be sent to candicebroersma@gmail.com

Website: www.candicebroersma.com/
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