Well, it’s been a bit longer than I like to go without posting…so I decided to post one of my sketches. It illustrates the Illustration Friday topic “BABY” from a couple weeks back. The baby in utero is visible to the outside world through a window, similar to a submarine window, or a space bubble on an astronaut’s head. Keeping with the space theme, baby and mother stand outside a baby pod–an incubator of sorts that is a cute abode and a birthing station that doubles as a rocket. This image was inspired by the birth of beautiful baby Olive Radford!
Coming up next: I have a few projects in the works currently…a couple magazine illustrations, and a painting that will be the start of a new series I’m working on that will feature abstracted far away locations.
Had a fantastic time up in the Pacific Northwest, enjoying Portland city life, luxurious digs, flavorful meals, shopping, and so many gardens.
Our fancy hotel Lobby
Voodoo Donut, a crazy all-night donut joint.
Portland was full of beautiful gardens, this gorgeous tree was in the Japanese Gardens.
The hike through Washington Park to the Japanese Gardens…everything was soooooo green!
Portland skyline from Washington Park
Chocolate goodies at Moonstruck Cafe…Portland is a dessert heaven!
Unbelievably, this Chinese Garden was right in the middle of downtown.
Portland is a foodie paradise. Dinner at Red Star Tavern started with cooked oysters stuffed in their shells with crab and spinach, this aged Prime Rib Filet with Blue Cheese sauce and home-made onion rings, completed by champagne-watermelon gelato with waffle cones and milanos.