POSTED ON Tuesday, August 11, 2020 - 10:45
This is the second of my series of limited edition buttons made from scans of drawings from my 600 Drawing Project. The button is a detail from drawing 4x4-326 : SEA GRASS. If you join at VoxBox or above you'll get the first button and future releases. 20194x4-005 SEA GRASS Montana Marker on Strathmore Size: 1.25 inch Signed and dated Limited Edition 100
The second button in my collector series of buttons. Sea Grass by Stella Untalan support me at Patreon
POSTED ON Monday, July 27, 2020 - 16:58

I'm so excited to announce that these four drawings from my 600 Drawings Project will soon be on the way to their new forever home. I love the group selection and look forward to seeing them installed. I'm also happy to have another new collector for my work.  

The drawings are: 

4x42019-380 : Holding the Line
4x42019-268 : Three Rows
20194x4-173 : Membrane
20194x4-291 : Audio

Thanks again to Vikki Sheatsley

Drawings with a new home by Stella Untalan
POSTED ON Sunday, July 26, 2020 - 17:34

Yep all six hundred drawings are included in this Catalog. Got the press proof bound book Friday and now making some image adjustments and found a couple things that we missed first time around. Doing a copyedit one more time for consistency. We expect to upload the revised files tonight or tomorrow latest. Then we'll wait for the new digital proof and go to press.

POSTED ON Tuesday, July 21, 2020 - 15:04

A look at my workstation at home right now. My new collectable buttons from my drawing sea grass. Color tests for my new Krink markers. The first button from my 660 Drawings project.  My Heavybubble button. A business card from artist photographer Elena Bouvier and a button from Damini Celebre and last but not least my membership card for MASS MoCA that came in the mail yesterday!

My digital workstation Stella Untalan
POSTED ON Thursday, July 16, 2020 - 16:16

SOLD Thrilled that these four drawings will be going to a new home after being framed by the wonderful fellas at B&K Arts. Thanks to Thom Duffy.

From left to right.


Applying this sale to #artistsupportpledge 

Four of 600 drawings by Stella Untalan.
POSTED ON Sunday, July 5, 2020 - 10:48

I've grown weary of dealing with Facebook. I never liked it but tried it out because I always check out platforms. It's an easy place to reach people because they strangely feel safe there. 

It's a pit of steaming junk, a dumpster fire. 

I'm giving folks plenty of new places to find me because I'm not posting there. I don't do anything with my personal profile anymore only my art page. I want to bring that to an end too.

Many artists a bailing wanting to be Zuckfree.

screen capture of my Tumblr account
POSTED ON Friday, May 22, 2020 - 08:16

Happy to add this drawing to #artistsupportpledge Loved dipping my pen to make these marks. 20194x4-430 : Changeable Waters

Changeable Waters 
Ink on Stonehenge 
600 Drawings 2019 
4x4 inch drawing 

original work on paper
Signed unframed 

Available for purchase $20.+ shipping. Ping me or go to my shop.

Changeable waters
POSTED ON Thursday, May 14, 2020 - 12:57

A trio of drawings. They would love to be hung together. These are all from my experimental drawings during 2019.

A trio of drawings by Stella Untalan 2019, 4x4 small works
POSTED ON Friday, May 1, 2020 - 10:27
This is how it looked in my studio during autumn of last year. I was prepping panels. Laying down color on each from a selected palette.
Stella Untalan Studio
POSTED ON Monday, April 27, 2020 - 16:28

Another of my 600 experimental drawings available as part of the #artistsupportpledge on Instagram instigated by UK artist Matthew Burrows.  Why so cheap you say? Because I made 600 drawings and I want people to be able to own original art. At this price you can buy 1, 2, 3, 4 or more. You can give them as gifts, save them as stocking stuffers, by one for a friend and one for yourself.

If you would like them framed I can do that too. Help keep artists earning. I'll keep it affordable for you.


20194x4-041 Interrupted Line a small drawing on paper by Stella Untalan