O’Keeffe Inspired Irises

My first encounter with Georgia O’Keeffe’s artwork was in elementary school, where our quirky, all-black-wearing art teacher, Mrs. Dearborn, would display O’Keeffe’s desert work to us as inspiration. I was probably 7-years-old, and needless to say, …

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A Look Back At Japan

I have been so lucky to have the opportunity to travel a lot each year. From California to Colorado, France to Iceland I’ve seen some of the amazing beauty our world has to offer. And though …

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Marie Et Moi

Like my father before me, I have had a love affair for French aesthetics, particularly the whimsical designs and patterns associated with Marie Antoinette. Her love of pastels, hair ornaments, and pastoral leisure, set against the …

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The Sea Dweller

Editor’s Note: I shared this short story with you a few years back, but my full vision for the project had not yet been realized. With this book cover design, you get to see how I’ve …

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Goodbye My Old Friend

I thought of fifty different ways to start this blog post: a silly quip about my cat’s sinister knack for catching chipmunks; a deep, philosophical mention on the passage of time; a quote from Hamlet on …

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A Magnolia In Quarantine

One of the advantages of being in quarantine is stillness. Time seems to slow, movement becomes more intentional, and our keen sense of observation is suddenly heightened. At least that has been my experience watching for …

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