About MeLisa Beebe is a freelance writer based in Los Angeles who also likes to paint.
Category Archives: painting
Here’s a little robot painting I made for my writer friend Melissa Walker to thank her for contributing to my fundraiser a few months ago. I knew she wanted a painting for her daughter’s room, so I tried to make … Continue reading
Here’s a little robot I made for my Twitter friend Kamari Copeland to thank her for donating to my fundraiser. I love an awful lot of things, including this little robot.
Here’s a little robot painting with a message that seems especially fitting as we step forward into a new year: Happy New Year, everybody! Here’s to lots of bravery in 2013.
My friend works at the Syfy channel (and yes, it pains me to spell sci-fi that way). She contributed to my fundraising campaign this fall, so I made her a robot painting. One of the only things I know about … Continue reading
I’m participating in a fundraiser for the Busted Foundation, which raises money to give directly to women with breast cancer who can’t afford their bills. I think that’s a wonderful cause, so I’m making little robot paintings for people who … Continue reading
My friend Emily Richmond buys fancy meat at the farmers’ market, because she needs more iron in her blood. She looooves donating blood, but the blood donation people sometimes turn her away for having low iron levels. A while back, … Continue reading
The other day, I heard a girl explain what the word “cooperation” means, and I liked her definition so I made a little painting of it.
I made this little painting for my friend Yaoska: Maybe we’re all surrounded by invisible clouds of love all the time. I hope so.
Monday morning, I opened the gate of my apartment building, and looked up at the blue sky. As I stepped outside, the only thought in my head was “It’s so nice out!” A split second later, I felt a horrible … Continue reading