This Mother’s Day, I finally made my parents, sister, and dog characters in my world. Digital collage was added over watercolor. Enjoy your families this Mother’s Day and always!
I love these two. When I’m feeling nervous, insecure, or plain hopeless, Darwin and Emma always fill me with a little light and hope. Maybe they do the same for you!
Posting an illustration on a Tuesday for Illustration Friday. This week’s topic was: Talent Immediately I thought of my students from ARTVentures at the BAC. Their masks and maracas were the perfect fit! The font was also perfect for this piece.
I’ve been working on a new book project (a self-publishing endeavor with a writer, inspired by Martha’s Vineyard), but sometimes I need to just draw something else. Different. Get an idea out. These paintings are little scenes on my to-do list, and here’s one of them. Sometimes you just want
Hey everyone! In the past few weeks, I’ve decided to shift gears in my career path and pursue a Masters of Art Teaching. I’ve loved my entrepreneurial spirited work at Pinwheel Books, and will continue to help grow the company while I earn my degree. I’ve realized while working here
This is one my most unique pieces in my portfolio. It’s the first time I have combined serious digital work with my watercolor work. AND it’s the first time I’ve used shadows in a piece of digital collage work. When I collage freehand, the shadows appear naturally. I am so