Sometimes I'm the only red umbrella in the sea of black umbrellas in New York.
Every year, come fall, I try to draw back to school doodles. Personally, I loved school. Fall was always my favorite time of year because it meant new clothes and books and going back to class and seeing your favorite teachers and friends all in the same place. I'm a huge nerd.
More back to school kids.
If I didn't go into art, I would've 100% been an astronomer and worked for an observatory somewhere out in middle-of-nowhere Arizona desert.
Every year of my childhood, come mid-August and the Perseid meteor showers, my mom would wake up my sister and I at 2 am to go outside and look for shooting stars. Still a tradition I try to keep as an adult, even though living in New York makes it incredibly difficult!
Diversity and inclusion matter!
Art in support of the women's march on Washington D.C.
Political cartoons and thoughts/reactions/stress drawings about the recent election.
Warm-up and warm-down sketches.
Morning scenes on the subway.
If I could draw old ladies and pigeons for a living all day, that's what I'd do.
Tis the season in Brooklyn, NY! We always get a little tree, even if it costs $50 for a tree shaped more like a shrubbery and its needles fall off immediately.
Every October, I spend the month drawing illustrations of my favorite Halloween monsters and bad trick-or-treater costumes. Here are a few.
Earth breathes a sigh of relief. We haven't destroyed it yet.