The view from the walls of Stirling Castle, Stirling, Scotland, overlooking the plains. On a grey dreary day, the sudden rays of sun cutting through the clouds bring a sudden feeling of lightness. Continue reading
Digital painting of a Starry Night Cracker Butterfly, scientific name: Hamadryas laodamia. It can be found from Mexico all the way to the Amazon basin. I really really love the juxtaposition of the dark blue and light blue areas, as well as the even spacing of the light blue patches. Such a stunning butterfly.
The colors and patterns on this rusty playground are really interesting to me. The complementary colors of orange and blue, the patterns made by the rust, the odd shapes of the protrusions on this climbing wall. The boy’s feet at the top of the photo add another element of interest. This playground was at a park that has been largely abandoned.
Price: $61.45 in USD, not currently available in the UK. Dimensions: 8″ (length) x 8″ (width) x 0.75″ (height). Printed on MDF panels using UV high-res printing. Designed with a key-hole for easy hanging and finished with organically burnished sides.
Dimensions are 14″x11″ and 1.5″ thick. $90.60 in US and £67.15 UK. For the UK product, go to https://www.zazzle.co.uk/z/3npf3.
This is a watercolor painting map I did for The Stony Brook School’s magazine. This is a beautiful independent school on Long Island, NY for grades 7-12, boarding and day. The magazine was featuring the trees planted on the campus and I was asked to paint a map that showcased the greenery in addition to the buildings.
In an alternate publication, this is my map printed in the arboretum walking trail guide with just descriptions of the trees. Interesting how the colors came out differently on this one. Continue reading