Finished this illustration over the weekend: Shirley Chisholm Goes to Washington. Shirley Chisholm was the first Black American woman elected to Congress in 1968. I had a pretty clear picture in my mind of this piece before I started – happy with how it turned out!
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A chalk pastel + digital drawing: a North Atlantic right whale feeing on krill. I’ve been experimenting with combining traditional and digital media. The North Atlantic right whale is critically endangered. Nearly hunted to extinction, it faces threats from fishing gear entanglements and vessel strikes.
After a contentious election and terrible year, Joe Biden and Kamala Harris are expected to be sworn in as President and Vice President one month from today. For Joe Biden, this was his third run for office. Kamala Harris will be the first female vice president in our nation’s history. For many Americans, including myself, […]
My first book project is finished and I received my personal copy in the mail! The authors self-published so supplies were limited. 2+ years in the making! Thank you to the authors, Karen and David Richards, who gave me this opportunity. Thanks to Jennifer Morris for the referral and the Greater Boston Illustrator’s Group, Priscilla […]
Black Lives and those of Civil Rights giants were lost in 2020 including Breonna Taylor, John Lewis, and Ruth Bader Ginsburg. Their losses sparked outrage, calls for social change, remembrance, and appreciation. I drew these portraits as I reflected on their lives.
The COVID-19 Pandemic is keeping many of us close to home in 2020. This small series features a few animals and plants found locally. Chipmunks and hydrangeas had a terrific year in 2020. A lake in the area, where bluegill are a common sight, battled invasive fanwort. And my sister raised chickens and built a […]