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|"Amanda Palmer - Six of Wands"
The Amanda Palmer Tarot Deck
(no name) Art Group
|"The Last of Summer"
Lancaster County Domestic
Violence Shelter Fundraiser
Featured in Spectrum 19
|"Jamie of the Jungle"
Private Commission for "Big Cat Rescue"
Featured in Exotique 7, Imagine FX Magazine
(no name) Art Group
Wine Label Focusing on Organic Wineries
|"Distelfink Girl" 8"x8" oil and gold leaf on cradeled masonite
|Vampire Wallaby done for One Hit Kill. Get 'em while they're hot!
|I created this little Selkie Pup 5"x8" oil painting for Krab Jab Studio's Faerie III
show. Check out all the fantastic work the show has. If your in Seattle you should
defiantly stop by! http://www.krabjabstudio.com/#!current/cnkj
|Business Betty Boop
3x3 Magazine Annual, Silver Award for Unpublished 50th Society of Illustrators LA
Spectrum Annual 18, Expose 10, Imagine FX Magazine
|“Animals From History” is a collection of stories that spin over twenty historically charged
fictional tales. Set in an animal-centric world the stories are meant to be a fun interpretation
based on real events focusing on cats and dogs as the historical figures.
Some historical characters you will encounter are Cleopetra, Kiddy Roosevelt, Joan of Bark,
Napoleon Boneapart and Elvis Petme. You can read about the pirate Jean Lafeet’s
parachuting crawdads, Eva Growlbor’s weakness for diamond encrusted bone shaped
brooches and King Tutankhameow’s 3000 year entombment with a band of theatrical rats. In
addition, historical events such as the Battle of Agincourt, The French Revolution and the
Crimean War are incorporated as background elements within the stories.