Made for "Beasts of Hogwarts" Gallery Show in San Francisco. This is an interpretation of Sophia's, age 10, creation of a magical beast that is part horse, part unicorn, and part cat. She wrote that the beast "likes starbursts, pancakes, and chocolate but dislikes dark chocolate."
Gouache and pen, 11 x 14"
Made for GrumpyBert's Red Envelope Show. This series focuses on seeing the fantastical environments first, characters second.
Pen and Gouache, 3 x 6"
A school of fish swims to uncomfortable and unfamiliar territory.
Mixed Media, 6 x 9"
Portraits of notable TV characters.
1. Trailer Park Boys
Unsurprisingly, weird things happen during drug induced trips.
Mixed Media, 16 x 12"
Editorial People who are addicted to eating often feel like the food disappears mysteriously quickly.
Mixed Media, 8 x 14"
This must be why my plants are dead.
Mixed media, 6 x 6"
Ahh... the need for pizza is insatiable, constant, all consuming.
Mixed Media, 16 x 20"
Journalistic drawings of scenes of Providence centering around life as design student.
pen, 10 x 8"
A list of like-minded objects.
Pencil or pen, 10 x 8"
No More Vegetables!
Children's story about Pimo the Aardvark who wakes up one day and finds that she does enjoy not eating what other aardvarks eat.
Excerpt "I don’t want to eat my vegetables. No to carrots. No to sprouts. No to celery in my house!
No more broccoli. No more peas. No more asparagus for me to see.
Maybe I can eat my fruits. Maybe an orange. Maybe an apple. Maybe some grapes might make me full..."
Mixed media, 7 x 7"
How I See
Wrote a non-fiction children's book about how animals see differently. Made accompanying color illustrations and book dummy.