In my career I have produced art for both web and print, run a one-woman design studio, and mentored fellow creatives. Clients say I read their minds, but the truth is I listen carefully for the heartbeat of the brief.
Archival reproductions, digital downloads and stationery products available as noted. To purchase originals or for licensing inquiries, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
When I find myself interested in creating a very dense, lively surface, I will work on a heavier substrate like Claybord, cardboard or wood. These pieces often include a mixture of acrylics, ink, collage and other media.
Archival reproductions available as noted. To purchase originals or for licensing inquiries, please email email@example.com.
Acrylic, Sharpie marker and collage on cardboard, 8 x 8 inches. Available as an archival reproduction in the Artful Goods shop.
Black + Gray
The monochromatic pieces in this collection are from an ongoing series of small sketchbooks I started keeping in the summer of 2012. (In 2014, I set out to create 500 more ink paintings in the same manner.) My particular favorites from this growing body of work are featured here.
Media: Pentel Pocket Brush Pen (black) and Pentel Aquash Pen (gray), in Fabriano Venezia 4 x 6-inch sketchbooks.
Rabbit Rabbit began as a whimsical custom: if, on the first day of the month you say “Rabbit Rabbit” aloud when you wake up, you'll have good luck all month long. I always say “Rabbit Rabbit” online; it amuses me.
When rabbits began proliferating in my art, Rabbit Rabbit emerged as a figure representing this tradition. Saying Rabbit Rabbit and the figure of Rabbit Rabbit himself are a running theme of my monthly newsletter. You can find out more and subscribe, here.