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Alice in Monet’s Water Lilies

“Alice in Monet’s Waterlilies” –  part of my very exciting and in-depth “Alice in Other Lands” series that combines Alice in Wonderland with Art History!  Author Lucy Cavendish and I are starting work on my upcoming “Alice in Wonderland Oracle” deck with Blue Angel Publishing.  This piece of course captures the beauty and fluidity of […]

Unseelie Court: Lust

The second of my “Seven Deadly Sins” collection of my “Unseelie Court” series – “Lust!” My Unseelie Court series focuses on the darker aspects of the faerie world, combined with historic and art-history references.  The first collection in the series featured the Apocalypse themes (Famine, War, Pestilence, Death) and this new collection features each of […]

Carnevale di Morte

“Carnevale di Morte” –  this is my illustration for the 78 Tarot’s “Carnival” deck. I was assigned the “Death” card, and as it’s carnival themed I’ve gone the Venetian masquerade route on this one, and I love it!  I’ve given her a dark red dress (it kind of has a Masque of the Red Death […]

Alice in a Van Gogh Nocturne

“Alice in a Van Gogh Nocturne” –  part of my very exciting and in-depth “Alice in Other Lands” series that combines Alice in Wonderland with Art History!  Author Lucy Cavendish and I are starting work on my upcoming “Alice in Wonderland Oracle” deck with Blue Angel Publishing. They wanted to include my previous Van Gogh/Alice […]

Alice and the Audubon Birds

Part of my Alice in Other Lands series (which focuses on different artists/movements from centuries past combined with Alice in Wonderland themes) – this focuses on one of the most well-known bird painters of all time – John James Audubon. Born in the 1700s, he was one of the first people to realistically illustrate birds. […]

Dinosaur Friends: Requiem

Based on a true story! Well, kind of. When I was a little girl my “imaginary friends” were dinosaurs that would come out of the walls when I’d lie in bed at night. I remember it completely as being 100% real. I wasn’t afraid of them, I was very obsessed/preoccupied with dinosaurs back then (still […]

Milagros: Corazon

My Milagros series is Inspired by the wonderful milagros charms on a lot of the folk art I saw in Mexico earlier this year. “Corazon” is the Spanish word for “Heart” which features prominently in this painting.  For a Dia de los Muertos themed art show, this lovely girl has several beautiful charms adorning the […]

Abyssal Mermaid

One of my very large marine/ocean themed paintings (along similar lines to my Manta Ray Mermaid and Big Blue Whale large-scale sea paintings), this beauty debuted at DragonCon 2015.   Abyssal Mermaid brings us down into the deepest darkest parts of the ocean, the abyssal zones where no light reaches.  Many deep-sea denizens appear in this […]

Egyptian Chariot

Egyptian Chariot – a fabulously whimsical addition to my “Chariots” series, with an Egyptian theme.  Egyptian Chariot debuted at DragonCon 2015 – what a great show.   She’s cradling an Anubis canopic jar, sits in a Egyptian style golden chariot, and is totally totally made up in Dynastic glamour.  Her balloon also has vaguely Egyptian (in […]

Bone Chariot

Bone Chariot – a wonderfully goth & whimsical addition to my “Chariots” series, with a bone/skeleton theme.  Bone Chariot debuted at DragonCon 2015 and is simply stunning!  A lot of bones in this one – even piled up inside the mechanical balloon.  If you look closely at the gondola in which she sits, you will […]