Self-promotional series of a trip to the zoo: Synchronized Crocodiles Penguin Pyramid Sleeping Sloth
Self-promotion Ink and watercolor on paper
The Power of Small Things
Illustration about the power of small things, featured in the Illustration Directory Work/Life 3.
Client: UPPERCASE Magazine Oil and graphite on paper
Several years ago while my husband, Eddie, and I were poor college
students, he had to see an ophthalmologist for a series of treatments.
Once the doctor discovered Eddie was a veteran and our crappy
student insurance didn’t cover the office visits, he started treating
Eddie for free. The doctor’s name was Dr. Neidigh. I don’t remember how
it was actually pronounced, but I always thought of him as “Dr. Need
Eye,” which seems like the perfect name for an eye doctor.
Personal work Acrylic, oil & collage
Union Square King
Illustration from my New York, Illustrated, blog. While living in New York I'd regularly see this guy at the Union Square train
station. I guess he saved up all his money to spend on his crown,
because his guitar was looking pretty janky.
Self-promotion Acrylic and oil on illustration board
Acrylic portrait of everyone’s favorite physicist.
Personal work Acrylic on illustration board
New Years Vows
Illustration for an article about procrastination and the New Year.
Client: Richmond Times-Dispatch Acrylic & oil on illustration board