Greeting Cards for A Smyth Co.

First, I apologize for my long absence from the blogosphere! For the last several months I’ve been working on two …

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⋅ Aug 21, 2014

Our Town

I just finished this illustration inspired by our new town. It’s an interpretation of the view of higgledy-piggledy medieval buildings …

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Dead Between the Lines

It’s time to share with you the third installment of Denise Swanson’s Devereaux’s Dime Store mystery novel covers: Dead Between …

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All Sunshine Makes a Desert

I’ve just completed this new print for sale on Etsy, featuring a frolicking elephant and one of my husband’s favorite …

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Winds of Change

I recently finished working on a couple of very fun illustrations for the University of Minnesota’s latest campaign, which centered …

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⋅ Aug 21, 2014

Greeting Card Roundup

Happy New Year! To kick off 2014, I’m excited to share the entire collection of greeting cards that I created …

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⋅ Aug 21, 2014

Spring Inspiration

One great advantage to living in England is that spring arrives so much earlier than it did in Chicago. As …

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⋅ Aug 21, 2014

Summer Butterflies

Here are some colorful fluttering butterflies for the start of summer. I love the infinite variety of wing shapes, colors …

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⋅ Aug 21, 2014

Illustration Friday: Journey

Illustration Friday: Journey

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8 Days of Batmen- George Clooney!

Star of the 1995 box office disappointment “Batman and Robin”, George Clooney. The less said about that movie the better. One of eight caricatures from my upcoming limited edition print “Bats in the Belfry”, debuting TODAY at Wizard World Chicago Comic Con, and onsale in The Studio Store on Monday!

⋅ Aug 20, 2014

Dragon-A-Day Online: Day 1,147: Why Not Both?

Coming back to the cockatrice, I kind of realized that there wasn’t exactly anywhere left to go, at least as far as variants went, but: So I did: I wanted to mention that I thought of making the chicken neck … Continue reading

⋅ Aug 20, 2014

He is a Bird of Bad Moral Character

Benjamin Franklin did not like the bald eagle, “For my own part I wish the Bald Eagle had not been chosen the Representative of our Country. He is a Bird of bad moral Character. He does not get his Living honestly. You may have seen him perched on some dead Tree near the River, where, […]

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