Posts Tagged ‘Illustration’

Watercolor Portraits and Landscaping

This past week was about landscaping. Stephen Strickhausen (check out his 1410 Realty Group here) sent me this photo of a new home and let me play around with the landscaping a bit. Designing a landscape on paper is much easier than in reality. Notice the red flowers coordinating with the red door? Oh yeah,…

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The Morgans’ Watercolor House Portrait

Another watercolor house portrait for Stephen Strickhausen in Nashville. He’s such a wonderful realtor. If you’re buying or selling a home in Tennessee, call him. He’ll take care of you. He helped my husband and me buy our first home and I can’t recommend him highly enough. Below are a few close ups of this painting…

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The Week of the Panda and Michael Griffin

Welcome back, everyone! The past two weeks have been crazy! Rainy, sunny, up, down…Just the type of weather that keeps you on your toes! To catch you up to speed, last week I finished that super romantic, super SECRET project that will make you grin from ear to ear when you hear about it. However, the recipient…

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The Lion and the Mouse / Bay Bridge Lights

This is it. This is the final illustration for GRU. We’ve reached the end of the chapter. The Lion and the Mouse was turned in this week with the art director’s approval and raving enthusiasm. I can hardly believe it’s over. Getting the chance to create something special, to splash my paints around and tell a story. Amazing! And…

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Molly Whuppie – Children’s Book

This week, I’ve decided to take a new approach to this blog. Instead of just sharing my news (which really seems pretty narrow minded), why not share some of the other, cool, art related news that went down this week? So, here are some links that other ‘creatives’ like myself might find interesting. Breaking news – Coffee shops stimulate…

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Anansi – Children’s Book

Anansi is finally done! This little spider and I emerged into the sun yesterday after a grueling revision process that left us slimmer, trimmer and more “commercially” accessible. But wait, before I pull out the potato chips and celebrate this mini personal victory, let me tell you the whole story…. As I mentioned a few weeks ago, Georgia Regents University was…

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Molly Whuppie

Illustration submission for a children’s book Georgia Regents University is working on. It’s open entry and all applicants are asked to submit one illustration for the story below. – Molly Whuppie – Molly and her two beautiful sisters were abandoned by their parents in the woods. Molly used her wits to save her sisters from…

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