I’ve done a few mood pieces that evoke (to me) the feel of Charles Dickens work. Here’s one.
One of the new pieces in my etsy shop.
Here is a framed Buffalo drawing for sale in my etsy shop. It also is charcoal on vellum on graphite on paper.
I have some new work for sale in my etsy shop. The series is a set of framed charcoal on vellum on graphite on paper drawings. Basically, I did a tight graphite drawing on paper, then I sprayed it with fixative, let it dry, and did another drawing in charcoal on vellum on top of […]
Here are some sketches for a storywarren post about Aesop’s fables.
My brand-new daughter!
There is a thought I hear quite often. It’s presented with such confidence that those who say it seem to think the matter settled. This is how it goes: humans are most human when they surrender to their appetites and abandon all to instinct. To resist one’s impulse is to deny one’s self. Remarkably, this […]
A few weeks ago I had the honor of reading a book written and illustrated by S.D. Smith’s seven-year-old son Josiah. It’s called The Goblin and the Goblet, and it is funny and pleasing to read. This past weekend I decided to do him a cover illustration.
This past weekend I had the privilege to meet a lot of young artists in West Virginia at an illustration event hosted by Story Warren. I took the opportunity to speak about the unity of Truth, Goodness, and Beauty and walked participants through an illustration for a forthcoming novel by Sam Smith (not to be […]
I received the nicest email from a girl in a harp duo. She and her friend perform in the UK with their harps. That’s a thing — Harp Duos. Two harps. Playing at the same time. The name of their Duo is Mira, and if you’re in Scotland you should definitely hear them play. At […]