A quick morning sketch of a crow in watercolor. Every morning when I walk my daughter to school, I see a whole murder of crows playing. They look like they have so much fun. It’s my dear ambition to befriend one. Advertisements
Since I am running out of money in my art supply budget all about reusing trash to reduce my carbon footprint, I am experimenting with different materials for illustration. Today I tried Painting on a brown paper bag: I love painting on neutral toned surfaces, […]
“Creative Genius at Work” outfit. But also “Too Depressed to Get Out of Bed” outfit. The “Is she wearing… shorts?” outfit. The “Hell no, I’m not going outside today” outfit. The “Why are my glasses ALWAYS crooked?” outfit. My favorite.
Outfits from Anne of Green Gables The horrible yellow-gray wincey dress fro the orphanage: “Matthew was not looking at her and would not have seen what she was really like if he had been, but an ordinary observer would have seen this: A child of […]
In an effort to raise funds for art supplies and writing workshops, I have decided to sell my Catalogue for Paper Doll illustrations. All items are available for purchase, so if you don’t see what you want in my etsy shop, just let me know […]
Like many watercolorists, I love the way my paints dry on my palette. I stare and stare and never clean it off. The way the color rests on the palette is very different from the way it looks on paper. The closest paper that can […]
When my daughter was a toddler, she misheard “thunderstorm” as “thunderworm,” so whenever it thundered, she would whisper “The Thunderworm!” In honor of the approaching tropical storm, here is an illustration of that worm who drinks sunshine and excretes lightning: