She Warms My Heart
Unfortunate, but Necessary
The Old Man and the Sea
A Thousand Apologies
The Imp Caretaker
The Grieving Tree
The Seduction of Man-At-Arms
The Horned Woman
She Warms My HeartI wanted to paint that feeling... the one where you feel lost, sad, despondent, but when you embrace that special pet, your animal friend, it can warm the coldest parts of your heart. Their love is priceless.Watercolor 9” x 12”
Unfortunate, but Necessary“She has long revered these ancient creatures, but their voracious appetites have brought them too close to her village. So, what she must do is unfortunate, but necessary.”Graphite and white charcoal on Kona grey paper
LexaI was impressed with the show, The 100, and how they wrote their female characters with complexity, intelligence, and strength. The best of these being Commander Lexa.Watercolororiginal SOLD
The Old Man and the Sea
BranI had the privilege of creating the artwork for the Isaac Hempstead Wright PopCon trading card in 2018. They also used this drawing for their All Access Badges.Graphite and white pastel on toned paper
Channeling "Channeling is a natural form of communication between humans and angelic beings, nature spirits, non-physical entities, or even animals and pets."Watercolor on cold press paper. 7" x 11.5"
A Thousand ApologiesAfter creating my graphite drawing of my froggy friend and his beloved fat-bottomed fairy, I really wanted to see what he would look like in color. So, this is a graphite drawing with digital coloring.
The Imp Caretaker“They are troublesome, mischievous, and wild, but oh how he loves them so…”Published in Infected by Art Vol 4graphite 11” x 14”
Daenerys As a fan of Game of Thrones, I wanted to show my love of the Mother of Dragons. This is graphite and white acrylic on red Bristol with a touch of digital painting.
The Grieving TreeThe Grieving Tree, aka, the Trees Grieve for Snow... as a Game of Thrones fan, I created this piece in reaction to (spoiler alert) the episode where Jon Snow is stabbed by his own men.
Mountain ManMy representation of the rugged man of the mountain. Graphite and white pastel on brown paper.
The Seduction of Man-At-ArmsI loved He-man growing up, and am a fan of just about anything that is 80's nostalgia. This is my interpretation of what the REAL origin story of Teela might have been. (wink, wink) The original is graphite 11” x 14”
The Horned WomanA graphite flight of fancy drawing, I just drew what I felt, and then went in with the gold afterwards to add some drama.
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