Illustration: Spring Arts Preview


Spring Arts Preview for the Washington Post Express

Spring Arts Preview for the Washington Post Express  See it on Behance


I’m very excited to share this: this week my artwork has been published as the cover for the Spring Arts Guide section of the Washington Post Express, a free daily found in yellow newsboxes all over Washington D.C.

The art director said he wanted to capture the grayness slushiness of early spring, with the hope for brighter things to come. That made me think of all the bright, colorful galoshes that people wear in the wet weather, and the bright pink of the cherry blossoms that are usually the first signs of color in D.C.

I was introduced to the art director while attending an open discussion course at the new Baltimore Academy of Illustration to brush up on my business skills; Instructor and co-founder Adam Fine runs the editorial class there and tries to find real-world projects like this for students to submit proposals for. They’re offering online courses too, if you’re not in the Baltimore area… enrollments for the spring semester are closing soon!

This art was drawn on paper with a Pitt Brush Pen and colored digitally using, in part, Kyle Webster‘s excellent watercolor brushes.

Fresh off the presses!


New giclee prints!

Look what has just arrived: new giclee prints from my Aesop’s Fables series!

These new prints are smaller than the originals, but will also be produced in a limited edition. They were created for this week’s  Gallery of Hope fundraiser for the Maryland Melanoma Center. Anything that doesn’t sell by next week will be for sale online… stay tuned!