f is for fox

f is for fox. i know, i know…i already illustrated a fox this year. well, i am justifying the repeated subject matter with the fact that this is a very different fox! i… Continue reading

e is for elephant

more like, e is for….elerFUNt! i LOVE elephants. they have always been my favorite animal and i can’t shake my fondness for the big lumpy creatures. i adore their wrinkly skin, floppy ears… Continue reading

d is for dobby

d is for dobby! well friends, it was bound to happen. i knew my love of harry potter would inevitably make its way into this project. i was going to do d is… Continue reading

c is for chickadee

c is for chickadee. i just love those cute little songbirds. colorado is spoiling us with high 60’s this week and i have some serious spring fever. i can’t wait for my iris… Continue reading

b is for brandi

continuing on with my visual-letter-a-day illustrations. b is for….brandi, of course! i haven’t ever create an avatar for myself, so i thought i’d give it a go. this illustration started in one style,… Continue reading

a is for anchor

i decided to start a new illustration project. i’ll be creating an illustration every day for each letter of the alphabet. again, this is a self-initiated side project to encourage and grow my… Continue reading

january illustration

i’ve been wanting to practice illustration because i love it and i want to do more of it!  january’s “assignment” from my husband was a family of foxes. usually i crank stuff out… Continue reading


here is another series design for TNL Church. this series was based on Skye Jethani‘s book With.


i recently was asked to design a shirt for a women’s conference in enid, oklahoma. the event was called illuminate and they wanted something simple. at first i drew a simple “illuminate” in… Continue reading

TNL – Advent

Here is another series design created for TNL Church. The weeks leading up to Christmas at TNL Church, were spent participating in Advent Conspiracy and raising money to build a clean water well… Continue reading