A beach towel, designed to be a fun learning tool during summer adventures by the sea. … More Who lives at the beach?
India ink is a very satisfying medium to work with. You paint it on like watercolor, and it flows and bleeds and blends in beautiful ways. But unlike watercolor, once it hits the paper, it’s there for good. This illustration (11 x 8.5 inches) took me about 15 hours to paint, in order to build up … More Light and dark
I am excited to finally announce the publication of my picture book, Georgia Goes to Lunch, written by Andrea Coppick. You can purchase a copy HERE. The twelve illustrations I created, using a variety of digital techniques, have transparent colors and textural characteristics like watercolor. They give us a bright view into Georgia’s world, where … More Georgia Goes to Lunch