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 excited with this new direction. This was such a fun experiment!
These past few months have been JAMPACKED…but spring has sprung, and I’m back!
To name a few of my activities:
– deadlines for my first full book Sam and Ben (PINWHEEL BOOKS),
– application for the Boston Public Library Writer’s-In-Residence Program,
– a trip to ICELAND (a link to a tumblr of my adventure will be published soon),
– graphics and illustrations for Boston Children’s Museum
My internship in the Teaching Kits Department at BCM could not be more fun, more fascinating, and more exciting. Now that the summer season is approaching, it’s time to finish up a few projects and gear up for a presentation of the intern’s work, as well as other intern events such as a tour of the Collections and a field trip to the Chihuly Exhibit at the MFA.
I just finished these fun and quick digital illustrations for a graphic panel for the Electromagnetism Kit. They illustrate types of circuit wiring, and how to make a magnet!