Watercolor on Paper. 9"x12" Eunji was one of my favorite students. Bright, curious and mischievous, class with her was never dull and always filled with laughter. Just a brilliant young lady with an amazing future ahead of her.
Watercolor on Paper. 9"x10" Personal project on the seven deadly sins. This is sloth.
This is a series of illustrations for a national ad campaign commissioned the Finnish company, Atria. I worked with the wonderful Kirsi Päni over at Left & Right, and the art department at Atria. Atria's goal with their campaign is to connect the consumers to the farmers who produce their food.
The illustrations included portraits, food, signs, a tractor, a hand, and landscapes. Each is rendered separately and will be composited together in the final ads.
Sonyeon - 소년
Watercolor on Paper. 9"x12" This kid. I'll never forget him, or the first time he gave me a hug.
Sonyeo - 소녀
Watercolor on Paper. 9"x12" The first in an ongoing project to document my time teaching English in Korea.
Madison River Montana
Watercolor on Paper. 8"x 6" Madison lives with my in-laws, but her heart belongs on the river in Montana.
Thanks to my husband for letting me use his work as reference.
Commissioned botanical painting for an office space. The theme was medicinal plants.
Watercolor on Paper. 9"x12". This illustration was created for an
exclusive Christmas event at the Museum of the Rockies. The event was
hosted by renowned paleontologist Jack Horner, whose favorite dinosaur
is the Triceratops.
The Girl and the Whale
Watercolor on paper. 18"x24"
Colored Pencil on Charcoal Paper. 11"x17". A scientific illustration.
Ink and Digital Color. 11"x14". This is how I remember Summer.
Watercolor Paper. 4"x6". A watercolor sketch of a roadrunner.
Colored Pencil on Stipple Paper. 9"x12". Charlie's Room is a study in perspective and character development.
Oil on Canvas. 9"x12". This painting was created in two 4-hour sessions with a live model, J.J.
Colored Pencil on Board. 9"x12". A scientific illustration of an exploded view of a human skull.