Projects filed under: Personal Projects

A Stump. A trio of scenes revealing a peek behind a normal day for a lowly stump. Each sized at 7×5″ and framed in cherry wood frames with museum-grade glass. This brought in the new technique from my Fairy Parade...

Year

2019
Realizing it has been almost six years since graduating college and fully committing to paper art, I decided it was time to recreate the very first piece I made seriously back in school. A little larger this time at 16×12″...

Year

2019
This paper illustration catches a glimpse at a rare parade of fairies through the forest.  Here you see a few fairies themselves along with some friendly forest creatures beside them. This piece is my longest to date, coming to 24×8″...

Year

2018
In this illustration, two brave witches forage through a vast forest for the perfect potion ingredients. The original was sized at 14×18″ (quite large for me), allowing me to really pack these woods with some great little details.  I also...

Year

2018
Growing up on Martha’s Vineyard, my family’s favorite beach has always been Lambert’s Cove.  My mom (a fiber artist) even made a beautiful wall-hanging when I a kid from a photo of us all walking the trail to the water....

Year

2018
Living on Martha’s Vineyard gives you no shortage of natural inspiration.  This piece, for example, is a view from the trail down the “Great Rock Bight Preserve” in Chilmark. Mainly known for its name-sake of large boulders planted in the...

Year

2018
This was a personal project made to show the magic of a crystal clear night under the full moon. Every once in a while doing “just” a cut paper illustration isn’t enough and I have to add something extra special...

Year

2017
A personal project, this illustration is sized at 14×18 inches.  All papers are painted in this piece, and the gemstones are even painted with an iridescent paint so that they actually shine....

Year

2015