Wild

During Inktober a couple of years ago, to illustrate the word “Wild” I created this tangle of prairie wildflower. Colored digitally, it is now available as a print in my shop!

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Shrimp Pad Thai

I originally illustrated this recipe for a call for recipes using peanuts and peanut butter, and later reworked it for a They Draw and Cook feature magazine called “The Best Thing I Ever Ate” and created a repeat pattern from the bamboo background. Pad thai brings together so many wonderful flavors and textures, and is one of my favorite eats. And, I had a blast painting this shrimp!

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Let Your Dandelions Grow

In homeowners’ annual battle with the weeds, everyone loses, especially native insects, that rely on early-blooming plants like dandelions as they emerge from winter hibernation or cocoons. By letting your lawn “grow natural,” you can help support native pollinators, reduce the use of harmful pesticides, AND enjoy the fireworks of yellow, purple, and white on a healthy and diverse patch of land.

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How Do You Eat an Elephant

An illustration of the proverb “How Do You Eat an Elephant? One Bite at a Time.” It’s a favorite phrase in my family, and a helpful reminder especially during tough times. Available as a wall art print in my Etsy shop.

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How To Read A Whiskey Label

Illustrated 2-page spread showing the different terms and industry language used on whiskey labels, for Edible Reno-Tahoe’s 2022 Drinks Edition.

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