You are not allowed to take pictures at the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum. I oh so loved the beautiful courtyard, which was decorated for Spring, and though how lovely it would be to come back sometime with my sketchbook and paints. I don’t know if I’ll be allowed to paint in there, but I wish I could. Anyways, this is how I felt when I was there. It’s one of the most magical places in Boston.
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 to be in your Radio Flyer:
This is a self-portrait of myself and my fiance. It was done using traditional watercolors, then refined and finished with collage via Photoshop. It depicts Little Red Riding Hood and the “Wolf” as a young boy.
What can I say, its Valentine’s Day and I’m in love with my best friend. He looks so cute as a little wolf too!
It feels like the “Dog Days of Summer” are quickly approaching. July (gasp!) is coming to a close, and summer is flying by. Darwin and some of his friends decided to strike a pose and stay cool and fresh in these shades at the park. Who’s your favorite?