Polaroid Portraits by Karen Goins

Artist exceptionele Karen Goins creates beautiful sketches with markers. Her process is very similar to watercolor. 

“Markers are a new medium for me. It wasn’t until earlier this year, I began pencil sketching eyewear for fun. My interest became more involved and I then began exploring options. I started using sharpies which have a distinct dry and harsh line. Later, I found copic markers, which have a wet and fluid line. I mix the two at times to achieve what I want. Copic markers work well with my particular painterly background.”

  • Custom portrait

    185.00

    Custom portrait

    185.00

    Send in a photo and have Karen create a custom portrait with her magic markers! Surprise your loved ones or create a unique piece of art, or have karen portraying some of your optical staff to spice up your optical.

    “Markers are a new medium for me. It wasn’t until earlier this year, I began pencil sketching eyewear for fun. My interest became more involved and I then began exploring options. I started using sharpies which have a distinct dry and harsh line. Later, I found copic markers, which have a wet and fluid line. I mix the two at times to achieve what I want. Copic markers work well with my particular painterly background.”

    “I visit a lot of optical and eyewear guru galleries to see what interests them. I look at specific eyewear brands and at their ‘tagged’ photos to see what other images I could find. Eyewear is such a part of fashion, so I bounce from IG accounts by fashion bloggers to designers. I spend a lot of time just browsing. It helps when I have a topic or a theme I want to explore. I’m still figuring things out, but most importantly I am having fun with it. “

     

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  • Portrait – Andre

    140.00

    Portrait – Andre

    140.00

    Artist exceptionele Karen Goins creates beautiful sketches with markers. Her process is very similar to watercolor. 

    This particular artwork is called “Andre” and is sketched on A5.

    “Markers are a new medium for me. It wasn’t until earlier this year, I began pencil sketching eyewear for fun. My interest became more involved and I then began exploring options. I started using sharpies which have a distinct dry and harsh line. Later, I found copic markers, which have a wet and fluid line. I mix the two at times to achieve what I want. Copic markers work well with my particular painterly background.”

    “I visit a lot of optical and eyewear guru galleries to see what interests them. I look at specific eyewear brands and at their ‘tagged’ photos to see what other images I could find. Eyewear is such a part of fashion, so I bounce from IG accounts by fashion bloggers to designers. I spend a lot of time just browsing. It helps when I have a topic or a theme I want to explore. I’m still figuring things out, but most importantly I am having fun with it. “

     

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  • Portrait – Andrea

    140.00

    Portrait – Andrea

    140.00

    Artist exceptionele Karen Goins creates beautiful sketches with markers. Her process is very similar to watercolor. 

    This particular artwork is called “Andrea” and is sketched on A5.

    “Markers are a new medium for me. It wasn’t until earlier this year, I began pencil sketching eyewear for fun. My interest became more involved and I then began exploring options. I started using sharpies which have a distinct dry and harsh line. Later, I found copic markers, which have a wet and fluid line. I mix the two at times to achieve what I want. Copic markers work well with my particular painterly background.”

    “I visit a lot of optical and eyewear guru galleries to see what interests them. I look at specific eyewear brands and at their ‘tagged’ photos to see what other images I could find. Eyewear is such a part of fashion, so I bounce from IG accounts by fashion bloggers to designers. I spend a lot of time just browsing. It helps when I have a topic or a theme I want to explore. I’m still figuring things out, but most importantly I am having fun with it. “

     

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  • Portrait – Arlene

    140.00

    Portrait – Arlene

    140.00

    Artist exceptionele Karen Goins creates beautiful sketches with markers. Her process is very similar to watercolor. 

    This particular artwork is called “Arlene” and is sketched on A5.

    “Markers are a new medium for me. It wasn’t until earlier this year, I began pencil sketching eyewear for fun. My interest became more involved and I then began exploring options. I started using sharpies which have a distinct dry and harsh line. Later, I found copic markers, which have a wet and fluid line. I mix the two at times to achieve what I want. Copic markers work well with my particular painterly background.”

    “I visit a lot of optical and eyewear guru galleries to see what interests them. I look at specific eyewear brands and at their ‘tagged’ photos to see what other images I could find. Eyewear is such a part of fashion, so I bounce from IG accounts by fashion bloggers to designers. I spend a lot of time just browsing. It helps when I have a topic or a theme I want to explore. I’m still figuring things out, but most importantly I am having fun with it. “

     

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  • Portrait Ashleigh

    140.00

    Portrait Ashleigh

    140.00

    Artist exceptionele Karen Goins creates beautiful sketches with markers. Her process is very similar to watercolor. 

    This particular artwork is called “Ashleigh” and is sketched on A5.

    “Markers are a new medium for me. It wasn’t until earlier this year, I began pencil sketching eyewear for fun. My interest became more involved and I then began exploring options. I started using sharpies which have a distinct dry and harsh line. Later, I found copic markers, which have a wet and fluid line. I mix the two at times to achieve what I want. Copic markers work well with my particular painterly background.”

    “I visit a lot of optical and eyewear guru galleries to see what interests them. I look at specific eyewear brands and at their ‘tagged’ photos to see what other images I could find. Eyewear is such a part of fashion, so I bounce from IG accounts by fashion bloggers to designers. I spend a lot of time just browsing. It helps when I have a topic or a theme I want to explore. I’m still figuring things out, but most importantly I am having fun with it. “

     

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  • Portrait Bert

    140.00

    Portrait Bert

    140.00

    Artist exceptionele Karen Goins creates beautiful sketches with markers. Her process is very similar to watercolor. 

    This particular artwork is called “Bert” and is sketched on A5.

    “Markers are a new medium for me. It wasn’t until earlier this year, I began pencil sketching eyewear for fun. My interest became more involved and I then began exploring options. I started using sharpies which have a distinct dry and harsh line. Later, I found copic markers, which have a wet and fluid line. I mix the two at times to achieve what I want. Copic markers work well with my particular painterly background.”

    “I visit a lot of optical and eyewear guru galleries to see what interests them. I look at specific eyewear brands and at their ‘tagged’ photos to see what other images I could find. Eyewear is such a part of fashion, so I bounce from IG accounts by fashion bloggers to designers. I spend a lot of time just browsing. It helps when I have a topic or a theme I want to explore. I’m still figuring things out, but most importantly I am having fun with it. “

     

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  • Portrait Bonnie

    140.00

    Portrait Bonnie

    140.00

    Artist exceptionele Karen Goins creates beautiful sketches with markers. Her process is very similar to watercolor. 

    This particular artwork is called “Bonnie” and is sketched on A5.

    “Markers are a new medium for me. It wasn’t until earlier this year, I began pencil sketching eyewear for fun. My interest became more involved and I then began exploring options. I started using sharpies which have a distinct dry and harsh line. Later, I found copic markers, which have a wet and fluid line. I mix the two at times to achieve what I want. Copic markers work well with my particular painterly background.”

    “I visit a lot of optical and eyewear guru galleries to see what interests them. I look at specific eyewear brands and at their ‘tagged’ photos to see what other images I could find. Eyewear is such a part of fashion, so I bounce from IG accounts by fashion bloggers to designers. I spend a lot of time just browsing. It helps when I have a topic or a theme I want to explore. I’m still figuring things out, but most importantly I am having fun with it. “

     

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  • Portrait Brenna

    140.00

    Portrait Brenna

    140.00

    Artist exceptionele Karen Goins creates beautiful sketches with markers. Her process is very similar to watercolor. 

    This particular artwork is called “Brenna” and is sketched on A5.

    “Markers are a new medium for me. It wasn’t until earlier this year, I began pencil sketching eyewear for fun. My interest became more involved and I then began exploring options. I started using sharpies which have a distinct dry and harsh line. Later, I found copic markers, which have a wet and fluid line. I mix the two at times to achieve what I want. Copic markers work well with my particular painterly background.”

    “I visit a lot of optical and eyewear guru galleries to see what interests them. I look at specific eyewear brands and at their ‘tagged’ photos to see what other images I could find. Eyewear is such a part of fashion, so I bounce from IG accounts by fashion bloggers to designers. I spend a lot of time just browsing. It helps when I have a topic or a theme I want to explore. I’m still figuring things out, but most importantly I am having fun with it. “

     

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  • Portrait Chantal

    140.00

    Portrait Chantal

    140.00

    Artist exceptionele Karen Goins creates beautiful sketches with markers. Her process is very similar to watercolor. 

    This particular artwork is called “Chantal” and is sketched on A5.

    “Markers are a new medium for me. It wasn’t until earlier this year, I began pencil sketching eyewear for fun. My interest became more involved and I then began exploring options. I started using sharpies which have a distinct dry and harsh line. Later, I found copic markers, which have a wet and fluid line. I mix the two at times to achieve what I want. Copic markers work well with my particular painterly background.”

    “I visit a lot of optical and eyewear guru galleries to see what interests them. I look at specific eyewear brands and at their ‘tagged’ photos to see what other images I could find. Eyewear is such a part of fashion, so I bounce from IG accounts by fashion bloggers to designers. I spend a lot of time just browsing. It helps when I have a topic or a theme I want to explore. I’m still figuring things out, but most importantly I am having fun with it. “

     

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  • Portrait Danielle

    140.00

    Portrait Danielle

    140.00

    Artist exceptionele Karen Goins creates beautiful sketches with markers. Her process is very similar to watercolor. 

    This particular artwork is called “Danielle” and is sketched on A5.

    “Markers are a new medium for me. It wasn’t until earlier this year, I began pencil sketching eyewear for fun. My interest became more involved and I then began exploring options. I started using sharpies which have a distinct dry and harsh line. Later, I found copic markers, which have a wet and fluid line. I mix the two at times to achieve what I want. Copic markers work well with my particular painterly background.”

    “I visit a lot of optical and eyewear guru galleries to see what interests them. I look at specific eyewear brands and at their ‘tagged’ photos to see what other images I could find. Eyewear is such a part of fashion, so I bounce from IG accounts by fashion bloggers to designers. I spend a lot of time just browsing. It helps when I have a topic or a theme I want to explore. I’m still figuring things out, but most importantly I am having fun with it. “

     

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  • Portrait Darryl

    140.00

    Portrait Darryl

    140.00

    Artist exceptionele Karen Goins creates beautiful sketches with markers. Her process is very similar to watercolor. 

    This particular artwork is called “Darryl” and is sketched on A5.

    “Markers are a new medium for me. It wasn’t until earlier this year, I began pencil sketching eyewear for fun. My interest became more involved and I then began exploring options. I started using sharpies which have a distinct dry and harsh line. Later, I found copic markers, which have a wet and fluid line. I mix the two at times to achieve what I want. Copic markers work well with my particular painterly background.”

    “I visit a lot of optical and eyewear guru galleries to see what interests them. I look at specific eyewear brands and at their ‘tagged’ photos to see what other images I could find. Eyewear is such a part of fashion, so I bounce from IG accounts by fashion bloggers to designers. I spend a lot of time just browsing. It helps when I have a topic or a theme I want to explore. I’m still figuring things out, but most importantly I am having fun with it. “

     

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  • Portrait Debby

    140.00

    Portrait Debby

    140.00

    Artist exceptionele Karen Goins creates beautiful sketches with markers. Her process is very similar to watercolor. 

    This particular artwork is called “Debby” and is sketched on A5.

    “Markers are a new medium for me. It wasn’t until earlier this year, I began pencil sketching eyewear for fun. My interest became more involved and I then began exploring options. I started using sharpies which have a distinct dry and harsh line. Later, I found copic markers, which have a wet and fluid line. I mix the two at times to achieve what I want. Copic markers work well with my particular painterly background.”

    “I visit a lot of optical and eyewear guru galleries to see what interests them. I look at specific eyewear brands and at their ‘tagged’ photos to see what other images I could find. Eyewear is such a part of fashion, so I bounce from IG accounts by fashion bloggers to designers. I spend a lot of time just browsing. It helps when I have a topic or a theme I want to explore. I’m still figuring things out, but most importantly I am having fun with it. “

     

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  • Portrait Emily

    140.00

    Portrait Emily

    140.00

    Artist exceptionele Karen Goins creates beautiful sketches with markers. Her process is very similar to watercolor. 

    This particular artwork is called “Emily” and is sketched on A5.

    “Markers are a new medium for me. It wasn’t until earlier this year, I began pencil sketching eyewear for fun. My interest became more involved and I then began exploring options. I started using sharpies which have a distinct dry and harsh line. Later, I found copic markers, which have a wet and fluid line. I mix the two at times to achieve what I want. Copic markers work well with my particular painterly background.”

    “I visit a lot of optical and eyewear guru galleries to see what interests them. I look at specific eyewear brands and at their ‘tagged’ photos to see what other images I could find. Eyewear is such a part of fashion, so I bounce from IG accounts by fashion bloggers to designers. I spend a lot of time just browsing. It helps when I have a topic or a theme I want to explore. I’m still figuring things out, but most importantly I am having fun with it. “

     

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  • Portrait Eyes Blue

    140.00

    Portrait Eyes Blue

    140.00

    Artist exceptionele Karen Goins creates beautiful sketches with markers. Her process is very similar to watercolor. 

    This particular artwork is called “Eyes Blue” and is sketched on A5.

    “Markers are a new medium for me. It wasn’t until earlier this year, I began pencil sketching eyewear for fun. My interest became more involved and I then began exploring options. I started using sharpies which have a distinct dry and harsh line. Later, I found copic markers, which have a wet and fluid line. I mix the two at times to achieve what I want. Copic markers work well with my particular painterly background.”

    “I visit a lot of optical and eyewear guru galleries to see what interests them. I look at specific eyewear brands and at their ‘tagged’ photos to see what other images I could find. Eyewear is such a part of fashion, so I bounce from IG accounts by fashion bloggers to designers. I spend a lot of time just browsing. It helps when I have a topic or a theme I want to explore. I’m still figuring things out, but most importantly I am having fun with it. “

     

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  • Portrait Eyes Red

    140.00

    Portrait Eyes Red

    140.00

    Artist exceptionele Karen Goins creates beautiful sketches with markers. Her process is very similar to watercolor. 

    This particular artwork is called “Eyes Red” and is sketched on A5.

    “Markers are a new medium for me. It wasn’t until earlier this year, I began pencil sketching eyewear for fun. My interest became more involved and I then began exploring options. I started using sharpies which have a distinct dry and harsh line. Later, I found copic markers, which have a wet and fluid line. I mix the two at times to achieve what I want. Copic markers work well with my particular painterly background.”

    “I visit a lot of optical and eyewear guru galleries to see what interests them. I look at specific eyewear brands and at their ‘tagged’ photos to see what other images I could find. Eyewear is such a part of fashion, so I bounce from IG accounts by fashion bloggers to designers. I spend a lot of time just browsing. It helps when I have a topic or a theme I want to explore. I’m still figuring things out, but most importantly I am having fun with it. “

     

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  • Portrait Fay

    140.00

    Portrait Fay

    140.00

    Artist exceptionele Karen Goins creates beautiful sketches with markers. Her process is very similar to watercolor. 

    This particular artwork is called “Fay” and is sketched on A5.

    “Markers are a new medium for me. It wasn’t until earlier this year, I began pencil sketching eyewear for fun. My interest became more involved and I then began exploring options. I started using sharpies which have a distinct dry and harsh line. Later, I found copic markers, which have a wet and fluid line. I mix the two at times to achieve what I want. Copic markers work well with my particular painterly background.”

    “I visit a lot of optical and eyewear guru galleries to see what interests them. I look at specific eyewear brands and at their ‘tagged’ photos to see what other images I could find. Eyewear is such a part of fashion, so I bounce from IG accounts by fashion bloggers to designers. I spend a lot of time just browsing. It helps when I have a topic or a theme I want to explore. I’m still figuring things out, but most importantly I am having fun with it. “

     

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  • Portrait Fiona

    140.00

    Portrait Fiona

    140.00

    Artist exceptionele Karen Goins creates beautiful sketches with markers. Her process is very similar to watercolor. 

    This particular artwork is called “Fiona” and is sketched on A5.

    “Markers are a new medium for me. It wasn’t until earlier this year, I began pencil sketching eyewear for fun. My interest became more involved and I then began exploring options. I started using sharpies which have a distinct dry and harsh line. Later, I found copic markers, which have a wet and fluid line. I mix the two at times to achieve what I want. Copic markers work well with my particular painterly background.”

    “I visit a lot of optical and eyewear guru galleries to see what interests them. I look at specific eyewear brands and at their ‘tagged’ photos to see what other images I could find. Eyewear is such a part of fashion, so I bounce from IG accounts by fashion bloggers to designers. I spend a lot of time just browsing. It helps when I have a topic or a theme I want to explore. I’m still figuring things out, but most importantly I am having fun with it. “

     

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  • Portrait Francis

    140.00

    Portrait Francis

    140.00

    Artist exceptionele Karen Goins creates beautiful sketches with markers. Her process is very similar to watercolor. 

    This particular artwork is called “Francis” and is sketched on A5.

    “Markers are a new medium for me. It wasn’t until earlier this year, I began pencil sketching eyewear for fun. My interest became more involved and I then began exploring options. I started using sharpies which have a distinct dry and harsh line. Later, I found copic markers, which have a wet and fluid line. I mix the two at times to achieve what I want. Copic markers work well with my particular painterly background.”

    “I visit a lot of optical and eyewear guru galleries to see what interests them. I look at specific eyewear brands and at their ‘tagged’ photos to see what other images I could find. Eyewear is such a part of fashion, so I bounce from IG accounts by fashion bloggers to designers. I spend a lot of time just browsing. It helps when I have a topic or a theme I want to explore. I’m still figuring things out, but most importantly I am having fun with it. “

     

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  • Portrait Henri

    140.00

    Portrait Henri

    140.00

    Artist exceptionele Karen Goins creates beautiful sketches with markers. Her process is very similar to watercolor. 

    This particular artwork is called “Henri” and is sketched on A5.

    “Markers are a new medium for me. It wasn’t until earlier this year, I began pencil sketching eyewear for fun. My interest became more involved and I then began exploring options. I started using sharpies which have a distinct dry and harsh line. Later, I found copic markers, which have a wet and fluid line. I mix the two at times to achieve what I want. Copic markers work well with my particular painterly background.”

    “I visit a lot of optical and eyewear guru galleries to see what interests them. I look at specific eyewear brands and at their ‘tagged’ photos to see what other images I could find. Eyewear is such a part of fashion, so I bounce from IG accounts by fashion bloggers to designers. I spend a lot of time just browsing. It helps when I have a topic or a theme I want to explore. I’m still figuring things out, but most importantly I am having fun with it. “

     

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  • Portrait Ida

    140.00

    Portrait Ida

    140.00

    Artist exceptionele Karen Goins creates beautiful sketches with markers. Her process is very similar to watercolor. 

    This particular artwork is called “Ida” and is sketched on A5.

    “Markers are a new medium for me. It wasn’t until earlier this year, I began pencil sketching eyewear for fun. My interest became more involved and I then began exploring options. I started using sharpies which have a distinct dry and harsh line. Later, I found copic markers, which have a wet and fluid line. I mix the two at times to achieve what I want. Copic markers work well with my particular painterly background.”

    “I visit a lot of optical and eyewear guru galleries to see what interests them. I look at specific eyewear brands and at their ‘tagged’ photos to see what other images I could find. Eyewear is such a part of fashion, so I bounce from IG accounts by fashion bloggers to designers. I spend a lot of time just browsing. It helps when I have a topic or a theme I want to explore. I’m still figuring things out, but most importantly I am having fun with it. “

     

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  • Portrait Irma

    140.00

    Portrait Irma

    140.00

    Artist exceptionele Karen Goins creates beautiful sketches with markers. Her process is very similar to watercolor. 

    This particular artwork is called “Irma” and is sketched on A5.

    “Markers are a new medium for me. It wasn’t until earlier this year, I began pencil sketching eyewear for fun. My interest became more involved and I then began exploring options. I started using sharpies which have a distinct dry and harsh line. Later, I found copic markers, which have a wet and fluid line. I mix the two at times to achieve what I want. Copic markers work well with my particular painterly background.”

    “I visit a lot of optical and eyewear guru galleries to see what interests them. I look at specific eyewear brands and at their ‘tagged’ photos to see what other images I could find. Eyewear is such a part of fashion, so I bounce from IG accounts by fashion bloggers to designers. I spend a lot of time just browsing. It helps when I have a topic or a theme I want to explore. I’m still figuring things out, but most importantly I am having fun with it. “

     

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  • Portrait Janet

    140.00

    Portrait Janet

    140.00

    Artist exceptionele Karen Goins creates beautiful sketches with markers. Her process is very similar to watercolor. 

    This particular artwork is called “Janet” and is sketched on A5.

    “Markers are a new medium for me. It wasn’t until earlier this year, I began pencil sketching eyewear for fun. My interest became more involved and I then began exploring options. I started using sharpies which have a distinct dry and harsh line. Later, I found copic markers, which have a wet and fluid line. I mix the two at times to achieve what I want. Copic markers work well with my particular painterly background.”

    “I visit a lot of optical and eyewear guru galleries to see what interests them. I look at specific eyewear brands and at their ‘tagged’ photos to see what other images I could find. Eyewear is such a part of fashion, so I bounce from IG accounts by fashion bloggers to designers. I spend a lot of time just browsing. It helps when I have a topic or a theme I want to explore. I’m still figuring things out, but most importantly I am having fun with it. “

     

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  • Portrait Joaquin

    140.00

    Portrait Joaquin

    140.00

    Artist exceptionele Karen Goins creates beautiful sketches with markers. Her process is very similar to watercolor. 

    This particular artwork is called “Joaquin” and is sketched on A5.

    “Markers are a new medium for me. It wasn’t until earlier this year, I began pencil sketching eyewear for fun. My interest became more involved and I then began exploring options. I started using sharpies which have a distinct dry and harsh line. Later, I found copic markers, which have a wet and fluid line. I mix the two at times to achieve what I want. Copic markers work well with my particular painterly background.”

    “I visit a lot of optical and eyewear guru galleries to see what interests them. I look at specific eyewear brands and at their ‘tagged’ photos to see what other images I could find. Eyewear is such a part of fashion, so I bounce from IG accounts by fashion bloggers to designers. I spend a lot of time just browsing. It helps when I have a topic or a theme I want to explore. I’m still figuring things out, but most importantly I am having fun with it. “

     

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  • Portrait Jonathan

    140.00

    Portrait Jonathan

    140.00

    Artist exceptionele Karen Goins creates beautiful sketches with markers. Her process is very similar to watercolor. 

    This particular artwork is called “Jonathan” and is sketched on A5.

    “Markers are a new medium for me. It wasn’t until earlier this year, I began pencil sketching eyewear for fun. My interest became more involved and I then began exploring options. I started using sharpies which have a distinct dry and harsh line. Later, I found copic markers, which have a wet and fluid line. I mix the two at times to achieve what I want. Copic markers work well with my particular painterly background.”

    “I visit a lot of optical and eyewear guru galleries to see what interests them. I look at specific eyewear brands and at their ‘tagged’ photos to see what other images I could find. Eyewear is such a part of fashion, so I bounce from IG accounts by fashion bloggers to designers. I spend a lot of time just browsing. It helps when I have a topic or a theme I want to explore. I’m still figuring things out, but most importantly I am having fun with it. “

     

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  • Portrait Josephine

    140.00

    Portrait Josephine

    140.00

    Artist exceptionele Karen Goins creates beautiful sketches with markers. Her process is very similar to watercolor. 

    This particular artwork is called “Josephine” and is sketched on A5.

    “Markers are a new medium for me. It wasn’t until earlier this year, I began pencil sketching eyewear for fun. My interest became more involved and I then began exploring options. I started using sharpies which have a distinct dry and harsh line. Later, I found copic markers, which have a wet and fluid line. I mix the two at times to achieve what I want. Copic markers work well with my particular painterly background.”

    “I visit a lot of optical and eyewear guru galleries to see what interests them. I look at specific eyewear brands and at their ‘tagged’ photos to see what other images I could find. Eyewear is such a part of fashion, so I bounce from IG accounts by fashion bloggers to designers. I spend a lot of time just browsing. It helps when I have a topic or a theme I want to explore. I’m still figuring things out, but most importantly I am having fun with it. “

     

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  • Portrait Joyce

    140.00

    Portrait Joyce

    140.00

    Artist exceptionele Karen Goins creates beautiful sketches with markers. Her process is very similar to watercolor. 

    This particular artwork is called “Joyce” and is sketched on A5.

    “Markers are a new medium for me. It wasn’t until earlier this year, I began pencil sketching eyewear for fun. My interest became more involved and I then began exploring options. I started using sharpies which have a distinct dry and harsh line. Later, I found copic markers, which have a wet and fluid line. I mix the two at times to achieve what I want. Copic markers work well with my particular painterly background.”

    “I visit a lot of optical and eyewear guru galleries to see what interests them. I look at specific eyewear brands and at their ‘tagged’ photos to see what other images I could find. Eyewear is such a part of fashion, so I bounce from IG accounts by fashion bloggers to designers. I spend a lot of time just browsing. It helps when I have a topic or a theme I want to explore. I’m still figuring things out, but most importantly I am having fun with it. “

     

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  • Portrait Julia

    140.00

    Portrait Julia

    140.00

    Artist exceptionele Karen Goins creates beautiful sketches with markers. Her process is very similar to watercolor. 

    This particular artwork is called “Julia” and is sketched on A5.

    “Markers are a new medium for me. It wasn’t until earlier this year, I began pencil sketching eyewear for fun. My interest became more involved and I then began exploring options. I started using sharpies which have a distinct dry and harsh line. Later, I found copic markers, which have a wet and fluid line. I mix the two at times to achieve what I want. Copic markers work well with my particular painterly background.”

    “I visit a lot of optical and eyewear guru galleries to see what interests them. I look at specific eyewear brands and at their ‘tagged’ photos to see what other images I could find. Eyewear is such a part of fashion, so I bounce from IG accounts by fashion bloggers to designers. I spend a lot of time just browsing. It helps when I have a topic or a theme I want to explore. I’m still figuring things out, but most importantly I am having fun with it. “

     

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  • Portrait Julie

    140.00

    Portrait Julie

    140.00

    Artist exceptionele Karen Goins creates beautiful sketches with markers. Her process is very similar to watercolor. 

    This particular artwork is called “Julie” and is sketched on A5.

    “Markers are a new medium for me. It wasn’t until earlier this year, I began pencil sketching eyewear for fun. My interest became more involved and I then began exploring options. I started using sharpies which have a distinct dry and harsh line. Later, I found copic markers, which have a wet and fluid line. I mix the two at times to achieve what I want. Copic markers work well with my particular painterly background.”

    “I visit a lot of optical and eyewear guru galleries to see what interests them. I look at specific eyewear brands and at their ‘tagged’ photos to see what other images I could find. Eyewear is such a part of fashion, so I bounce from IG accounts by fashion bloggers to designers. I spend a lot of time just browsing. It helps when I have a topic or a theme I want to explore. I’m still figuring things out, but most importantly I am having fun with it. “

     

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  • Portrait Katia

    140.00

    Portrait Katia

    140.00

    Artist exceptionele Karen Goins creates beautiful sketches with markers. Her process is very similar to watercolor. 

    This particular artwork is called “Katia” and is sketched on A5.

    “Markers are a new medium for me. It wasn’t until earlier this year, I began pencil sketching eyewear for fun. My interest became more involved and I then began exploring options. I started using sharpies which have a distinct dry and harsh line. Later, I found copic markers, which have a wet and fluid line. I mix the two at times to achieve what I want. Copic markers work well with my particular painterly background.”

    “I visit a lot of optical and eyewear guru galleries to see what interests them. I look at specific eyewear brands and at their ‘tagged’ photos to see what other images I could find. Eyewear is such a part of fashion, so I bounce from IG accounts by fashion bloggers to designers. I spend a lot of time just browsing. It helps when I have a topic or a theme I want to explore. I’m still figuring things out, but most importantly I am having fun with it. “

     

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  • Portrait Kim

    140.00

    Portrait Kim

    140.00

    Artist exceptionele Karen Goins creates beautiful sketches with markers. Her process is very similar to watercolor. 

    This particular artwork is called “Kim” and is sketched on A5.

    “Markers are a new medium for me. It wasn’t until earlier this year, I began pencil sketching eyewear for fun. My interest became more involved and I then began exploring options. I started using sharpies which have a distinct dry and harsh line. Later, I found copic markers, which have a wet and fluid line. I mix the two at times to achieve what I want. Copic markers work well with my particular painterly background.”

    “I visit a lot of optical and eyewear guru galleries to see what interests them. I look at specific eyewear brands and at their ‘tagged’ photos to see what other images I could find. Eyewear is such a part of fashion, so I bounce from IG accounts by fashion bloggers to designers. I spend a lot of time just browsing. It helps when I have a topic or a theme I want to explore. I’m still figuring things out, but most importantly I am having fun with it. “

     

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  • Portrait Kyle

    140.00

    Portrait Kyle

    140.00

    Artist exceptionele Karen Goins creates beautiful sketches with markers. Her process is very similar to watercolor. 

    This particular artwork is called “Kyle” and is sketched on A5.

    “Markers are a new medium for me. It wasn’t until earlier this year, I began pencil sketching eyewear for fun. My interest became more involved and I then began exploring options. I started using sharpies which have a distinct dry and harsh line. Later, I found copic markers, which have a wet and fluid line. I mix the two at times to achieve what I want. Copic markers work well with my particular painterly background.”

    “I visit a lot of optical and eyewear guru galleries to see what interests them. I look at specific eyewear brands and at their ‘tagged’ photos to see what other images I could find. Eyewear is such a part of fashion, so I bounce from IG accounts by fashion bloggers to designers. I spend a lot of time just browsing. It helps when I have a topic or a theme I want to explore. I’m still figuring things out, but most importantly I am having fun with it. “

     

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  • Portrait Larry

    140.00

    Portrait Larry

    140.00

    Artist exceptionele Karen Goins creates beautiful sketches with markers. Her process is very similar to watercolor. 

    This particular artwork is called “Larry” and is sketched on A5.

    “Markers are a new medium for me. It wasn’t until earlier this year, I began pencil sketching eyewear for fun. My interest became more involved and I then began exploring options. I started using sharpies which have a distinct dry and harsh line. Later, I found copic markers, which have a wet and fluid line. I mix the two at times to achieve what I want. Copic markers work well with my particular painterly background.”

    “I visit a lot of optical and eyewear guru galleries to see what interests them. I look at specific eyewear brands and at their ‘tagged’ photos to see what other images I could find. Eyewear is such a part of fashion, so I bounce from IG accounts by fashion bloggers to designers. I spend a lot of time just browsing. It helps when I have a topic or a theme I want to explore. I’m still figuring things out, but most importantly I am having fun with it. “

     

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  • Portrait Laura

    140.00

    Portrait Laura

    140.00

    Artist exceptionele Karen Goins creates beautiful sketches with markers. Her process is very similar to watercolor. 

    This particular artwork is called “Laura” and is sketched on A5.

    “Markers are a new medium for me. It wasn’t until earlier this year, I began pencil sketching eyewear for fun. My interest became more involved and I then began exploring options. I started using sharpies which have a distinct dry and harsh line. Later, I found copic markers, which have a wet and fluid line. I mix the two at times to achieve what I want. Copic markers work well with my particular painterly background.”

    “I visit a lot of optical and eyewear guru galleries to see what interests them. I look at specific eyewear brands and at their ‘tagged’ photos to see what other images I could find. Eyewear is such a part of fashion, so I bounce from IG accounts by fashion bloggers to designers. I spend a lot of time just browsing. It helps when I have a topic or a theme I want to explore. I’m still figuring things out, but most importantly I am having fun with it. “

     

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  • Portrait Leslie

    140.00

    Portrait Leslie

    140.00

    Artist exceptionele Karen Goins creates beautiful sketches with markers. Her process is very similar to watercolor. 

    This particular artwork is called “Leslie” and is sketched on A5.

    “Markers are a new medium for me. It wasn’t until earlier this year, I began pencil sketching eyewear for fun. My interest became more involved and I then began exploring options. I started using sharpies which have a distinct dry and harsh line. Later, I found copic markers, which have a wet and fluid line. I mix the two at times to achieve what I want. Copic markers work well with my particular painterly background.”

    “I visit a lot of optical and eyewear guru galleries to see what interests them. I look at specific eyewear brands and at their ‘tagged’ photos to see what other images I could find. Eyewear is such a part of fashion, so I bounce from IG accounts by fashion bloggers to designers. I spend a lot of time just browsing. It helps when I have a topic or a theme I want to explore. I’m still figuring things out, but most importantly I am having fun with it. “

     

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  • Portrait Lisa

    140.00

    Portrait Lisa

    140.00

    Artist exceptionele Karen Goins creates beautiful sketches with markers. Her process is very similar to watercolor. 

    This particular artwork is called “Lisa” and is sketched on A5.

    “Markers are a new medium for me. It wasn’t until earlier this year, I began pencil sketching eyewear for fun. My interest became more involved and I then began exploring options. I started using sharpies which have a distinct dry and harsh line. Later, I found copic markers, which have a wet and fluid line. I mix the two at times to achieve what I want. Copic markers work well with my particular painterly background.”

    “I visit a lot of optical and eyewear guru galleries to see what interests them. I look at specific eyewear brands and at their ‘tagged’ photos to see what other images I could find. Eyewear is such a part of fashion, so I bounce from IG accounts by fashion bloggers to designers. I spend a lot of time just browsing. It helps when I have a topic or a theme I want to explore. I’m still figuring things out, but most importantly I am having fun with it. “

     

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  • Portrait Loraine

    140.00

    Portrait Loraine

    140.00

    Artist exceptionele Karen Goins creates beautiful sketches with markers. Her process is very similar to watercolor. 

    This particular artwork is called “Loraine” and is sketched on A5.

    “Markers are a new medium for me. It wasn’t until earlier this year, I began pencil sketching eyewear for fun. My interest became more involved and I then began exploring options. I started using sharpies which have a distinct dry and harsh line. Later, I found copic markers, which have a wet and fluid line. I mix the two at times to achieve what I want. Copic markers work well with my particular painterly background.”

    “I visit a lot of optical and eyewear guru galleries to see what interests them. I look at specific eyewear brands and at their ‘tagged’ photos to see what other images I could find. Eyewear is such a part of fashion, so I bounce from IG accounts by fashion bloggers to designers. I spend a lot of time just browsing. It helps when I have a topic or a theme I want to explore. I’m still figuring things out, but most importantly I am having fun with it. “

     

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  • Portrait Malone

    140.00

    Portrait Malone

    140.00

    Artist exceptionele Karen Goins creates beautiful sketches with markers. Her process is very similar to watercolor. 

    This particular artwork is called “Malone” and is sketched on A5.

    “Markers are a new medium for me. It wasn’t until earlier this year, I began pencil sketching eyewear for fun. My interest became more involved and I then began exploring options. I started using sharpies which have a distinct dry and harsh line. Later, I found copic markers, which have a wet and fluid line. I mix the two at times to achieve what I want. Copic markers work well with my particular painterly background.”

    “I visit a lot of optical and eyewear guru galleries to see what interests them. I look at specific eyewear brands and at their ‘tagged’ photos to see what other images I could find. Eyewear is such a part of fashion, so I bounce from IG accounts by fashion bloggers to designers. I spend a lot of time just browsing. It helps when I have a topic or a theme I want to explore. I’m still figuring things out, but most importantly I am having fun with it. “

     

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  • Portrait Max

    140.00

    Portrait Max

    140.00

    Artist exceptionele Karen Goins creates beautiful sketches with markers. Her process is very similar to watercolor. 

    This particular artwork is called “Max” and is sketched on A5.

    “Markers are a new medium for me. It wasn’t until earlier this year, I began pencil sketching eyewear for fun. My interest became more involved and I then began exploring options. I started using sharpies which have a distinct dry and harsh line. Later, I found copic markers, which have a wet and fluid line. I mix the two at times to achieve what I want. Copic markers work well with my particular painterly background.”

    “I visit a lot of optical and eyewear guru galleries to see what interests them. I look at specific eyewear brands and at their ‘tagged’ photos to see what other images I could find. Eyewear is such a part of fashion, so I bounce from IG accounts by fashion bloggers to designers. I spend a lot of time just browsing. It helps when I have a topic or a theme I want to explore. I’m still figuring things out, but most importantly I am having fun with it. “

     

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  • Portrait Minerva

    140.00

    Portrait Minerva

    140.00

    Artist exceptionele Karen Goins creates beautiful sketches with markers. Her process is very similar to watercolor. 

    This particular artwork is called “Minerva” and is sketched on A5.

    “Markers are a new medium for me. It wasn’t until earlier this year, I began pencil sketching eyewear for fun. My interest became more involved and I then began exploring options. I started using sharpies which have a distinct dry and harsh line. Later, I found copic markers, which have a wet and fluid line. I mix the two at times to achieve what I want. Copic markers work well with my particular painterly background.”

    “I visit a lot of optical and eyewear guru galleries to see what interests them. I look at specific eyewear brands and at their ‘tagged’ photos to see what other images I could find. Eyewear is such a part of fashion, so I bounce from IG accounts by fashion bloggers to designers. I spend a lot of time just browsing. It helps when I have a topic or a theme I want to explore. I’m still figuring things out, but most importantly I am having fun with it. “

     

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  • Portrait Nestor

    140.00

    Portrait Nestor

    140.00

    Artist exceptionele Karen Goins creates beautiful sketches with markers. Her process is very similar to watercolor. 

    This particular artwork is called “Nestor” and is sketched on A5.

    “Markers are a new medium for me. It wasn’t until earlier this year, I began pencil sketching eyewear for fun. My interest became more involved and I then began exploring options. I started using sharpies which have a distinct dry and harsh line. Later, I found copic markers, which have a wet and fluid line. I mix the two at times to achieve what I want. Copic markers work well with my particular painterly background.”

    “I visit a lot of optical and eyewear guru galleries to see what interests them. I look at specific eyewear brands and at their ‘tagged’ photos to see what other images I could find. Eyewear is such a part of fashion, so I bounce from IG accounts by fashion bloggers to designers. I spend a lot of time just browsing. It helps when I have a topic or a theme I want to explore. I’m still figuring things out, but most importantly I am having fun with it. “

     

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  • Portrait Odette

    140.00

    Portrait Odette

    140.00

    Artist exceptionele Karen Goins creates beautiful sketches with markers. Her process is very similar to watercolor. 

    This particular artwork is called “Odette” and is sketched on A5.

    “Markers are a new medium for me. It wasn’t until earlier this year, I began pencil sketching eyewear for fun. My interest became more involved and I then began exploring options. I started using sharpies which have a distinct dry and harsh line. Later, I found copic markers, which have a wet and fluid line. I mix the two at times to achieve what I want. Copic markers work well with my particular painterly background.”

    “I visit a lot of optical and eyewear guru galleries to see what interests them. I look at specific eyewear brands and at their ‘tagged’ photos to see what other images I could find. Eyewear is such a part of fashion, so I bounce from IG accounts by fashion bloggers to designers. I spend a lot of time just browsing. It helps when I have a topic or a theme I want to explore. I’m still figuring things out, but most importantly I am having fun with it. “

     

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  • Portrait Paula

    140.00

    Portrait Paula

    140.00

    Artist exceptionele Karen Goins creates beautiful sketches with markers. Her process is very similar to watercolor. 

    This particular artwork is called “Paula” and is sketched on A5.

    “Markers are a new medium for me. It wasn’t until earlier this year, I began pencil sketching eyewear for fun. My interest became more involved and I then began exploring options. I started using sharpies which have a distinct dry and harsh line. Later, I found copic markers, which have a wet and fluid line. I mix the two at times to achieve what I want. Copic markers work well with my particular painterly background.”

    “I visit a lot of optical and eyewear guru galleries to see what interests them. I look at specific eyewear brands and at their ‘tagged’ photos to see what other images I could find. Eyewear is such a part of fashion, so I bounce from IG accounts by fashion bloggers to designers. I spend a lot of time just browsing. It helps when I have a topic or a theme I want to explore. I’m still figuring things out, but most importantly I am having fun with it. “

     

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  • Portrait Rebekah

    140.00

    Portrait Rebekah

    140.00

    Artist exceptionele Karen Goins creates beautiful sketches with markers. Her process is very similar to watercolor. 

    This particular artwork is called “Rebekah” and is sketched on A5.

    “Markers are a new medium for me. It wasn’t until earlier this year, I began pencil sketching eyewear for fun. My interest became more involved and I then began exploring options. I started using sharpies which have a distinct dry and harsh line. Later, I found copic markers, which have a wet and fluid line. I mix the two at times to achieve what I want. Copic markers work well with my particular painterly background.”

    “I visit a lot of optical and eyewear guru galleries to see what interests them. I look at specific eyewear brands and at their ‘tagged’ photos to see what other images I could find. Eyewear is such a part of fashion, so I bounce from IG accounts by fashion bloggers to designers. I spend a lot of time just browsing. It helps when I have a topic or a theme I want to explore. I’m still figuring things out, but most importantly I am having fun with it. “

     

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  • Portrait Rene

    140.00

    Portrait Rene

    140.00

    Artist exceptionele Karen Goins creates beautiful sketches with markers. Her process is very similar to watercolor. 

    This particular artwork is called “Rene” and is sketched on A5.

    “Markers are a new medium for me. It wasn’t until earlier this year, I began pencil sketching eyewear for fun. My interest became more involved and I then began exploring options. I started using sharpies which have a distinct dry and harsh line. Later, I found copic markers, which have a wet and fluid line. I mix the two at times to achieve what I want. Copic markers work well with my particular painterly background.”

    “I visit a lot of optical and eyewear guru galleries to see what interests them. I look at specific eyewear brands and at their ‘tagged’ photos to see what other images I could find. Eyewear is such a part of fashion, so I bounce from IG accounts by fashion bloggers to designers. I spend a lot of time just browsing. It helps when I have a topic or a theme I want to explore. I’m still figuring things out, but most importantly I am having fun with it. “

     

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  • Portrait Richard

    140.00

    Portrait Richard

    140.00

    Artist exceptionele Karen Goins creates beautiful sketches with markers. Her process is very similar to watercolor. 

    This particular artwork is called “Richard” and is sketched on A5.

    “Markers are a new medium for me. It wasn’t until earlier this year, I began pencil sketching eyewear for fun. My interest became more involved and I then began exploring options. I started using sharpies which have a distinct dry and harsh line. Later, I found copic markers, which have a wet and fluid line. I mix the two at times to achieve what I want. Copic markers work well with my particular painterly background.”

    “I visit a lot of optical and eyewear guru galleries to see what interests them. I look at specific eyewear brands and at their ‘tagged’ photos to see what other images I could find. Eyewear is such a part of fashion, so I bounce from IG accounts by fashion bloggers to designers. I spend a lot of time just browsing. It helps when I have a topic or a theme I want to explore. I’m still figuring things out, but most importantly I am having fun with it. “

     

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  • Portrait Rosalie

    140.00

    Portrait Rosalie

    140.00

    Artist exceptionele Karen Goins creates beautiful sketches with markers. Her process is very similar to watercolor. 

    This particular artwork is called “Rosalie” and is sketched on A5.

    “Markers are a new medium for me. It wasn’t until earlier this year, I began pencil sketching eyewear for fun. My interest became more involved and I then began exploring options. I started using sharpies which have a distinct dry and harsh line. Later, I found copic markers, which have a wet and fluid line. I mix the two at times to achieve what I want. Copic markers work well with my particular painterly background.”

    “I visit a lot of optical and eyewear guru galleries to see what interests them. I look at specific eyewear brands and at their ‘tagged’ photos to see what other images I could find. Eyewear is such a part of fashion, so I bounce from IG accounts by fashion bloggers to designers. I spend a lot of time just browsing. It helps when I have a topic or a theme I want to explore. I’m still figuring things out, but most importantly I am having fun with it. “

     

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  • Portrait Rose

    140.00

    Portrait Rose

    140.00

    Artist exceptionele Karen Goins creates beautiful sketches with markers. Her process is very similar to watercolor. 

    This particular artwork is called “Rose” and is sketched on A5.

    “Markers are a new medium for me. It wasn’t until earlier this year, I began pencil sketching eyewear for fun. My interest became more involved and I then began exploring options. I started using sharpies which have a distinct dry and harsh line. Later, I found copic markers, which have a wet and fluid line. I mix the two at times to achieve what I want. Copic markers work well with my particular painterly background.”

    “I visit a lot of optical and eyewear guru galleries to see what interests them. I look at specific eyewear brands and at their ‘tagged’ photos to see what other images I could find. Eyewear is such a part of fashion, so I bounce from IG accounts by fashion bloggers to designers. I spend a lot of time just browsing. It helps when I have a topic or a theme I want to explore. I’m still figuring things out, but most importantly I am having fun with it. “

     

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  • Portrait Salie

    140.00

    Portrait Salie

    140.00

    Artist exceptionele Karen Goins creates beautiful sketches with markers. Her process is very similar to watercolor. 

    This particular artwork is called “Salie” and is sketched on A5.

    “Markers are a new medium for me. It wasn’t until earlier this year, I began pencil sketching eyewear for fun. My interest became more involved and I then began exploring options. I started using sharpies which have a distinct dry and harsh line. Later, I found copic markers, which have a wet and fluid line. I mix the two at times to achieve what I want. Copic markers work well with my particular painterly background.”

    “I visit a lot of optical and eyewear guru galleries to see what interests them. I look at specific eyewear brands and at their ‘tagged’ photos to see what other images I could find. Eyewear is such a part of fashion, so I bounce from IG accounts by fashion bloggers to designers. I spend a lot of time just browsing. It helps when I have a topic or a theme I want to explore. I’m still figuring things out, but most importantly I am having fun with it. “

     

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  • Portrait Sandra

    140.00

    Portrait Sandra

    140.00

    Artist exceptionele Karen Goins creates beautiful sketches with markers. Her process is very similar to watercolor. 

    This particular artwork is called “Sandra” and is sketched on A5.

    “Markers are a new medium for me. It wasn’t until earlier this year, I began pencil sketching eyewear for fun. My interest became more involved and I then began exploring options. I started using sharpies which have a distinct dry and harsh line. Later, I found copic markers, which have a wet and fluid line. I mix the two at times to achieve what I want. Copic markers work well with my particular painterly background.”

    “I visit a lot of optical and eyewear guru galleries to see what interests them. I look at specific eyewear brands and at their ‘tagged’ photos to see what other images I could find. Eyewear is such a part of fashion, so I bounce from IG accounts by fashion bloggers to designers. I spend a lot of time just browsing. It helps when I have a topic or a theme I want to explore. I’m still figuring things out, but most importantly I am having fun with it. “

     

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  • Portrait Spike

    140.00

    Portrait Spike

    140.00

    Artist exceptionele Karen Goins creates beautiful sketches with markers. Her process is very similar to watercolor. 

    This particular artwork is called “Spike” and is sketched on A5.

    “Markers are a new medium for me. It wasn’t until earlier this year, I began pencil sketching eyewear for fun. My interest became more involved and I then began exploring options. I started using sharpies which have a distinct dry and harsh line. Later, I found copic markers, which have a wet and fluid line. I mix the two at times to achieve what I want. Copic markers work well with my particular painterly background.”

    “I visit a lot of optical and eyewear guru galleries to see what interests them. I look at specific eyewear brands and at their ‘tagged’ photos to see what other images I could find. Eyewear is such a part of fashion, so I bounce from IG accounts by fashion bloggers to designers. I spend a lot of time just browsing. It helps when I have a topic or a theme I want to explore. I’m still figuring things out, but most importantly I am having fun with it. “

     

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  • Portrait Susan

    140.00

    Portrait Susan

    140.00

    Artist exceptionele Karen Goins creates beautiful sketches with markers. Her process is very similar to watercolor. 

    This particular artwork is called “Susan” and is sketched on A5.

    “Markers are a new medium for me. It wasn’t until earlier this year, I began pencil sketching eyewear for fun. My interest became more involved and I then began exploring options. I started using sharpies which have a distinct dry and harsh line. Later, I found copic markers, which have a wet and fluid line. I mix the two at times to achieve what I want. Copic markers work well with my particular painterly background.”

    “I visit a lot of optical and eyewear guru galleries to see what interests them. I look at specific eyewear brands and at their ‘tagged’ photos to see what other images I could find. Eyewear is such a part of fashion, so I bounce from IG accounts by fashion bloggers to designers. I spend a lot of time just browsing. It helps when I have a topic or a theme I want to explore. I’m still figuring things out, but most importantly I am having fun with it. “

     

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  • Portrait Tammy

    140.00

    Portrait Tammy

    140.00

    Artist exceptionele Karen Goins creates beautiful sketches with markers. Her process is very similar to watercolor. 

    This particular artwork is called “Tammy” and is sketched on A5.

    “Markers are a new medium for me. It wasn’t until earlier this year, I began pencil sketching eyewear for fun. My interest became more involved and I then began exploring options. I started using sharpies which have a distinct dry and harsh line. Later, I found copic markers, which have a wet and fluid line. I mix the two at times to achieve what I want. Copic markers work well with my particular painterly background.”

    “I visit a lot of optical and eyewear guru galleries to see what interests them. I look at specific eyewear brands and at their ‘tagged’ photos to see what other images I could find. Eyewear is such a part of fashion, so I bounce from IG accounts by fashion bloggers to designers. I spend a lot of time just browsing. It helps when I have a topic or a theme I want to explore. I’m still figuring things out, but most importantly I am having fun with it. “

     

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  • Portrait Tanya

    140.00

    Portrait Tanya

    140.00

    Artist exceptionele Karen Goins creates beautiful sketches with markers. Her process is very similar to watercolor. 

    This particular artwork is called “Tanya” and is sketched on A5.

    “Markers are a new medium for me. It wasn’t until earlier this year, I began pencil sketching eyewear for fun. My interest became more involved and I then began exploring options. I started using sharpies which have a distinct dry and harsh line. Later, I found copic markers, which have a wet and fluid line. I mix the two at times to achieve what I want. Copic markers work well with my particular painterly background.”

    “I visit a lot of optical and eyewear guru galleries to see what interests them. I look at specific eyewear brands and at their ‘tagged’ photos to see what other images I could find. Eyewear is such a part of fashion, so I bounce from IG accounts by fashion bloggers to designers. I spend a lot of time just browsing. It helps when I have a topic or a theme I want to explore. I’m still figuring things out, but most importantly I am having fun with it. “

     

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  • Portrait Teresa

    140.00

    Portrait Teresa

    140.00

    Artist exceptionele Karen Goins creates beautiful sketches with markers. Her process is very similar to watercolor. 

    This particular artwork is called “Teresa” and is sketched on A5.

    “Markers are a new medium for me. It wasn’t until earlier this year, I began pencil sketching eyewear for fun. My interest became more involved and I then began exploring options. I started using sharpies which have a distinct dry and harsh line. Later, I found copic markers, which have a wet and fluid line. I mix the two at times to achieve what I want. Copic markers work well with my particular painterly background.”

    “I visit a lot of optical and eyewear guru galleries to see what interests them. I look at specific eyewear brands and at their ‘tagged’ photos to see what other images I could find. Eyewear is such a part of fashion, so I bounce from IG accounts by fashion bloggers to designers. I spend a lot of time just browsing. It helps when I have a topic or a theme I want to explore. I’m still figuring things out, but most importantly I am having fun with it. “

     

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  • Portrait Vicky

    140.00

    Portrait Vicky

    140.00

    Artist exceptionele Karen Goins creates beautiful sketches with markers. Her process is very similar to watercolor. 

    This particular artwork is called “Vicky” and is sketched on A5.

    “Markers are a new medium for me. It wasn’t until earlier this year, I began pencil sketching eyewear for fun. My interest became more involved and I then began exploring options. I started using sharpies which have a distinct dry and harsh line. Later, I found copic markers, which have a wet and fluid line. I mix the two at times to achieve what I want. Copic markers work well with my particular painterly background.”

    “I visit a lot of optical and eyewear guru galleries to see what interests them. I look at specific eyewear brands and at their ‘tagged’ photos to see what other images I could find. Eyewear is such a part of fashion, so I bounce from IG accounts by fashion bloggers to designers. I spend a lot of time just browsing. It helps when I have a topic or a theme I want to explore. I’m still figuring things out, but most importantly I am having fun with it. “

     

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  • Portrait Wanda

    140.00

    Portrait Wanda

    140.00

    Artist exceptionele Karen Goins creates beautiful sketches with markers. Her process is very similar to watercolor. 

    This particular artwork is called “Wanda” and is sketched on A5.

    “Markers are a new medium for me. It wasn’t until earlier this year, I began pencil sketching eyewear for fun. My interest became more involved and I then began exploring options. I started using sharpies which have a distinct dry and harsh line. Later, I found copic markers, which have a wet and fluid line. I mix the two at times to achieve what I want. Copic markers work well with my particular painterly background.”

    “I visit a lot of optical and eyewear guru galleries to see what interests them. I look at specific eyewear brands and at their ‘tagged’ photos to see what other images I could find. Eyewear is such a part of fashion, so I bounce from IG accounts by fashion bloggers to designers. I spend a lot of time just browsing. It helps when I have a topic or a theme I want to explore. I’m still figuring things out, but most importantly I am having fun with it. “

     

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  • Portrait Wendy

    140.00

    Portrait Wendy

    140.00

    Artist exceptionele Karen Goins creates beautiful sketches with markers. Her process is very similar to watercolor. 

    This particular artwork is called “Wendy” and is sketched on A5.

    “Markers are a new medium for me. It wasn’t until earlier this year, I began pencil sketching eyewear for fun. My interest became more involved and I then began exploring options. I started using sharpies which have a distinct dry and harsh line. Later, I found copic markers, which have a wet and fluid line. I mix the two at times to achieve what I want. Copic markers work well with my particular painterly background.”

    “I visit a lot of optical and eyewear guru galleries to see what interests them. I look at specific eyewear brands and at their ‘tagged’ photos to see what other images I could find. Eyewear is such a part of fashion, so I bounce from IG accounts by fashion bloggers to designers. I spend a lot of time just browsing. It helps when I have a topic or a theme I want to explore. I’m still figuring things out, but most importantly I am having fun with it. “

     

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  • Portrait Whitney

    140.00

    Portrait Whitney

    140.00

    Artist exceptionele Karen Goins creates beautiful sketches with markers. Her process is very similar to watercolor. 

    This particular artwork is called “Whitney” and is sketched on A5.

    “Markers are a new medium for me. It wasn’t until earlier this year, I began pencil sketching eyewear for fun. My interest became more involved and I then began exploring options. I started using sharpies which have a distinct dry and harsh line. Later, I found copic markers, which have a wet and fluid line. I mix the two at times to achieve what I want. Copic markers work well with my particular painterly background.”

    “I visit a lot of optical and eyewear guru galleries to see what interests them. I look at specific eyewear brands and at their ‘tagged’ photos to see what other images I could find. Eyewear is such a part of fashion, so I bounce from IG accounts by fashion bloggers to designers. I spend a lot of time just browsing. It helps when I have a topic or a theme I want to explore. I’m still figuring things out, but most importantly I am having fun with it. “

     

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