Printmaker & Artist:
"The dog at the top is letting go of evil inside it, and in doing so, the magic of the moon allows good to creep in and the dog’s shadowy soul is content once more.
I combine animal symbols from cultures near and far: Native American Indian, Western European and Biblical, East Asian and more, to create detailed engravings that are at once familiar and challenging. Each presents a story that is half told, which the viewer is invited to finish. The use of narrative and allusion to traditional illustration, both in subject matter (animal characters) and in technique (engraving), furthers the connection to the written world of myth and legend, just as Aesop, George Orwell, and native tribes throughout time have used animals to tell their tales.”
Everything for the Nursery
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I always draw the Goth Kids just sitting around doing, well, nothing.
With the exception of Henrietta, who is usually just dolling up Raven.
Williams-Sonoma Halloween preview 2013.
[image: a person of color in a pretty all-black neo victorian ensemble]
From Lovechild Boudoir.
Artist & Sculptor:
11” x 8” x 9”
Both sides will come forth for FORD. #thatmodelthing #Miami
Artist & Illustrator: