Sometimes I feel a lot like Oscar the Oyster – grumpy with the world, but trying my best to be patient, persistent, and always pushing for change.
The children’s book illustration project I’m working on with Author Noah Ginter is more than half way complete. I’m so grateful for snow days brimming with calm, productive creativity!
Sometimes art work from your past becomes more pertinent than ever. I feel that way about a book I published ten years ago through a publication grant from the National Museum of Women in the Arts. The themes of universality are poignant in Everything and Everyone: In the End We All are One. When the world seems to be collapsing in on itself, it is good to be reminded that we are all human and we stand together as such. We Are. We Go. We Question. We Connect. We Struggle. We Love. We Are One. Enjoy a full digital version of the book here.