This is a spot illustration to show a mother possum how to transport her young across a rickety bridge for even weight distribution.
I’m very fond of primates, being one myself. Someday I hope to portray all the monkey species
One of many Picture Puzzlers for Highlights for Children Magazine
One of my favorite spot illustrations for Highlights for Children Magazine
Athena, goddess of wisdom, born from the head of Zeus with Bubo the owl as midwife
I created this poster when I worked as a shelver at the Blegen Classics Library at UC, a Sisyphean task indeed!
Here Dionysis and crew attempt to disturb the reading room sanctuary, Athena’s not having it!
This piece illustrated a story in Cincinnati Magazine about a legendary catfish of the Ohio River. The piece was originally in black and white and was published in the late ’80s.
This an illustration of Aesop’s fable of the three herons. Each bird covets the others fishes, that “grass is always greener” thing
This piece was originally a birthday gift for my sister in law, who was born in the year of the rat. She’s an October baby as well, hence the autumnal theme