Saturday, December 22, 2018

Art prints - Quebec City

Exciting day - rushing to ship last minute holiday orders to the customer. Paintings for the prints done on location in Quebec City in 2010. I blended into the landscape so perfectly, tourists thought I was a local.

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Warm and inviting images for a kid room - or any room!

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Friday, December 7, 2018

Interview in Boston Voyager Magazine!

Truly honored to be interviewed by Boston Voyager Magazine! It feels incredible to share my story of becoming and being an artist.

Wednesday, March 21, 2018

Happy Spring!

This image is inspired by three snow storms in March, excessive amount of sledding and spring that is just around the corner!

Monday, March 5, 2018

Little Chef

This image is inspired by my little chef!

Sunday, November 5, 2017

Monday, June 19, 2017

Children's Book Process - Figuring out the Environment

Most of the heavy lifting for SNOWMAN story is hopefully done. I have gone though many revisions with the invaluable help and guidance from my agent and few other critique partners (you know who you are - thank you!).

Now it's time to draw the scene from a million different angles. This little 3D model will make my drawing so much more fun and enjoyable as I don't have to worry about what goes where and what is in front of what and all that kind of annoying stuff. 

Now - lots and lots of drawing!

Thursday, April 20, 2017

Teaching at Massachusetts College of Art and Design

I have been teaching at MassArt for the last 6 years. Here's a little glimpse into my life of teaching Illustration there. Proud of my students!

MassArt Illustration blog: Working on Site at the Harvard Museum of Natural History

Thursday, March 2, 2017

Atmosphere/ setting/ mood for the story

Love painting so much! Taking a break from countless revisions on the picture book dummy to work on the atmosphere/setting/mood for the story.

Wednesday, February 15, 2017

Getting some feedback on the story...

Picture book dummy usually goes through many many many different versions before it is finally working. It’s always good to ask an expert for feedback on the manuscript and get valuable suggestions on the illustration style.