This was the last house that I lived in before moving into my new home earlier this year. It was quaint. It had a sunroom off the porch that was nice for summer storms and storing odds & ends. The upstairs was brutally hot and my roomate endured it amazingly during the warm moments. Mowing
I only have a few memories of this tiny townhouse. It was the house that my parents brought me home to as a newborn. I recall my Peter Rabbit bedroom easily with this fabric hot air balloon that hung from the ceiling. I also think about all the tiny pieces of candy that littered the
I first moved to Richmond around three years ago. When I found out I got a job down here, a good friend of mine when on an apartment hunt for me. She researched and went visiting and filmed some places for me (so generous). So even though I hadn’t seen my apartment until I got
When I went to James Madison University (GO DUKES!), I was incredibly lucky to live on campus for two years. Not only that, but I had two prime dorms right on the Quad. My freshman year was spend in Gifford Hall and when sophomore year rolled around, I moved right next door to Logan. The
Buying my first house got me thinking a lot about the idea of home. I have lived so many places in such a short time. But the places that were more permanent for me were not the only places that I have called home through the years. I started this series of little illustrations to
So last year I did a series of fun sketches of a Lumberjack, a Sailor, and a Miner. I called them the Burly Men! I would still like to do more, but for now it’s a nice series of three. I just screenprinted them (finally) and posted each one for sale online. I love them.
So a few months ago I started working on this illustration of the white house made of beer related items. My friend told me how they started brewing beer, & I thought it would be a fun drawing that lots of people in the DC area would like, or really anyone who loves beer. It