If you are interested in viewing my collective illustrated works, please click on each link.
The latest and last installment in the Dust Bunnies Series, Dust Bunnies’ Adventures has been published. I am excited to have my copies in. Want to buy copies too? You can find them here.
This is my most recent portrait entitled “Addy Boo”. This sweet 4 year old girl is called Addy Boo. Her Dad asked me to paint her as a bunny, because she was his bunny. She passed away from a rare form of child’s cancer called D.I.P.G. If you are interested in learning more about D.I.P.G. or donating to the cause, you can go here.
Marissa Meyer is author of the New York Times Best Selling series “The Lunar Chronicles”. To celebrate the release of her newest book “Winter”, a lavish launch party was organized to be held at the Temple Theater in Tacoma, Washington. I was contracted out by Marissa to create artwork for banners that would be displayed at the event. Here is a close up of the completed artwork. Below that is a mezzanine view of the 8 foot by 4 foot tall banners on either side of the stage.
I feel very lucky to have had the chance to work with such an esteemed author. If you are interested in learning more about Marissa Meyer’s The Lunar Chronicles, please visit her website at http://www.marissameyer.com/books/.
Here are some images are from “Bandit In the Bob: A True Wilderness Adventure”. This story is about an amazing dog named Bandit who traveled 96 miles across the Montanan Bob Marshall wilderness. When he became separated from his family, nothing stood in his way, including a wildfire. If you are interested in more about it, please visit amazon here.
While I can’t post all of the pictures from “Morning Glory, Morning Glory, Why Do You Sleep at Night?”, I still wanted to share some of the artwork that made this book so much fun to work on. Here is a look inside of the first book I’ve illustrated.
Laura Love is a Certified Peer Counselor who lives near the Puget Sound with her daughter Scarlet. A graduate of the Art Institute of Seattle, she enjoys both traditional and digital art forms.
Besides drawing, Laura spends her free time with her daughter, composing music, trying to master far too many instruments, and binge reading.