I realized a few days ago that every time you open the page for my blog, music starts up from a video I'd linked. I think, (so that I'm not annoying readers), I'm going to take the video down, but post a link to it instead. It's such a pretty video, but I would hate for it to detract readers from visiting!
That said, I wanted to post a bit more work that's been published recently.
This past week I received a copy of University Affairs Magazine with an illustration I did of a street scene set in Montréal in 1911. It was a tough one to do! That's a lot of (architectural, eep!) detail! (Click on the image to see it a little more clearly).
I also did another job for The New York Times; this time for the Dining In section of the paper. It was so much fun! Sometimes I feel like I get jobs that were sort of made for me, and this was one of them! I was asked to illustrate the top of a table; to paint some of the dishes that were rendered beautifully in the article. It was about a dinner that the author, Mimi Sheraton, had had back in 1953 on a trip to Denmark. I love Scandinavian food and design, so this was a lot of fun to do!
Here is a link to the original article in the paper.
I'm working on some other things, and will have more work to show shortly. Until then!