#TBT Throw Back Thursday

I am going to start posting artworks on my blog for #ThrowbackThursday. Here’s a favorite from my college days. I MOST love the watercolor background – the texture in the back was created from salt!

Update to the Site

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

Halloween with Darwin and Emma

It’s October, and Fall is my favorite holiday to paint. This Halloween is dedicated to Darwin and Emma. Here they are in a few quick sketches I’ve done in between other projects:

Darwin’s got your slipper!

Oh my god. HOW DID I FORGET TO POST THIS NEW DARWIN SKETCH? This was drawn almost a month ago (June 2012): Darwin says: “I’ve brought back your slipper!”

Old – But Newly Published – Pieces

Several of my pieces have gotten a new boost of promotion recently. First, the wonderful folks at Literary Lights for Children used the image I provided last year for a bookplate for their “Save The Date” cards, sent out to the honored guests of the kidslit community to join this

Doodle Series is Back

Especially towards the end of my senior year, one of my favorite past-times became illustrating me and my friends. Cartoons – no. Caricatures – don’t think so. I started calling them ‘Doodles’ when I created them for the team at Pinwheel Books and ever since I’ve been illustrating me and the

Darwin’s Back!

So when I actually have time to do my own illustrations, I work on Darwin – aka Mud Pup. These are just a few sketches of him. I’m working on developing my style so that I introduce line into my characters. It’s very freeing to be able to illustrate in

Create a website or blog at WordPress.com