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Hi! I am a freelance illustrator living in the Pacific Northwest that specializes in mixed media portraits for advertising, editorial and celebrity illustration.
I have always been surrounded and inspired by structure, form and function. I was born and raised in New York City where I attended the High School of Music and Art (Harlem). I have a BFA from Parsons School of Design and studied art at The School of Visual Arts, Cooper Union, and The Art Students League.
Growing up in Manhattan the daughter of two architects, I grew up surrounded by art. My Harvard-trained father worked for Richard Meier, and a Frank Stella hung in our living room. My father took me to see Claus Oldenburg, James Rosenquist, Louise Nevelson, Red Grooms and Louise Bourgeois shows in SOHO when I was a child.
My paintings, drawings and portraits, some 3-D constructions made from cardboard, have appeared in The New Yorker, The New York Times, The New York Times Sunday Magazine, Newsweek, Rolling Stone, TIME magazine, andThe Wall Street Journal amongst many others. I’ve also done commercial illustration work for companies like The Gap, MTV, Pottery Barn, Old Navy, Barney’s New York, and Sephora.
The paper relief piece I made out of two 8.5” x 11” pieces of paper for
The Season of Spring exhibit at The Flower Pepper Gallery in LA
opens March 1, 2014 up until April 4th.
"Greening Tree" a sample of one of the many Nature inspired works I’ve done since moving to Orcas Island. To see more of the works click on the image.
Butterflies are all around… so here’s my Moss Fro Lady (revamped) Beauty Fashion Illustration Butterflies Moss
see this close up of the plywood veneer portrait of Louise Nevelson I did along with other new work. just click twice on the eye…
I painted this
Look what I found down at the beach.
It’s a plywood and veneer Mermaid that I made.
I sat across from this beauty on the F train in NYC.
Reblogged from BMEIN Orcas Island
had to make this … I was inspired by an old illo where the hair was made of brush strokes.. I immediately thought ‘that could be veneer’ when I saw it so here she is
my Veneer Plywood Retro Lady. mixed media beauty fashion illustration
plywood and veneer relief sculpture illustration of a HAWKEN “Pipe Mech”! He’s about 60” wide 3.5’ tall. HAWKEN is a new highly awarded cross platform game from Meteor Entertainment.