Redbubble

My illustration, “Little Girl Blue,” was featured on the front page of Redbubble! This marks the 3rd time this year 😀 Thank you Redbubble! “Little Girl Blue” was published in Lone Wolf Magazine, vol 4. available here, or as a print available in my store. Advertisements

Flapper Cinderella

Bonjour l’Automne! It’s Fall and that means it’s time for my favorite Autumn themed fairy tale: CInderella. I’ve posted other versions here and here but this one is particularly charming. Set in the 1920s, it stars a brunette bobbed Cinderella, fabulously dumb step-sisters, an alcoholic step-mother, and a very english looking prince. Illustrated by Roberto…

Colette Patterns

Yesterday I went to the Colette Patterns Fall 2012 Launch at A Verb for Keeping Warm in Oakland. My husband, son, and I started off next door at James and the Giant Cupcake. Yeah, delicious cupcakes and an awesome low key atmosphere. They even had a table with paper and markers for kids to sit…

upcoming projects

About 15 years ago I bought a packet of blank postcards thinking, “I’ll totally draw on these and send them to my friends!” Fast forward 15 years and I still have a pack of blank postcards. I’m kind of a procrastinator. Since I got married I’ve discovered that the best way for me to get…

Lone Wolf Magazine

My 5 page spread for Lone Wolf Magazine has been published. Print and digital copies are on sale here 😀

New England Gothic~ Seven Gables sketches and inspiration

I love Fall. Love it. The air just smells better. Green and Orange, the colors of Autumn are my favorites. I was looking through the collections of some designers and Samantha Pleet’s Fall 2012 collection caught my eye. It’s wonderful. Very New England and slightly… witchy? Immediately all I wanted to do was re-read Jackson’s…

Lord of the Rings by Cor Blok

Cor Blok painted a series of images illustrating LOTR from 1958-1961. Inspired by the Bayeux Tapestry, his simple style conveys a wealth of narrative and emotional information. Few know that Tolkien did not want LOTR illustrated but he admired Blok’s work and purchased two paintings.