Collections

Constellations & Star Signs

A combination of night skies and planetary meanderings

Night skies lend themselves to ink wash painting because of the deep pigment and unpredictability of water.

To carry out these drawings, I plot the constellation out in the sky and add in some clouds. Some of my favorite astrological sign explorations include people interacting with themes associated with the star sign.

Framed print of Capricorn

Night skies lend themselves to ink wash painting because of the deep pigment and unpredictability of water.

To carry out these drawings, I plot the constellation out in the sky and add in some clouds. Some of my favorite astrological sign explorations include people interacting with themes associated with the star sign.

Black & Blue

A collection of paintings that explore the gammut of emotion

Poster print by Kelsea Rothaus of a sea nymph

Diving deeply into the range of emotions and how they can be conveyed visually has been a passion project of mine.

Songs, experiences and thinking of creative ways to illustrate feelings specifically related to the female experience have guided my art making process for this collection. I hope that people absorbing the art will see a bit of themselves in the ink and find empowerment. 

Diving deeply into the range of emotions and how they can be conveyed visually has been a passion project of mine.

Songs, experiences and thinking of creative ways to illustrate feelings specifically related to the female experience have guided my art making process for this collection. I hope that people absorbing the art will see a bit of themselves in the ink and find empowerment. 

Poster print by Kelsea Rothaus of a sea nymph

Wildlife Portraits

A thoughtfully composed series of young animals with vegetation 

Young animals are contrasted by the plants, berries and insects that help them thrive in their habitat.

Each painting combines an animal portrait with flowers or berries poking through the fur, ears and eyes – emphasized by the use of teal colored ink.

Framed print on wall of fruit bat painting

Young animals are contrasted by the plants, berries and insects that help them thrive in their habitat.

Each painting combines an animal portrait with flowers or berries poking through the fur, ears and eyes – emphasized by the use of teal colored ink.

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