Wildlife Portraits

A thoughtful pairing

This series started with a painting of a deer faun surrounded by apple blossoms and mason bees. 

Composing botanicals with pops of teal green against the black and gray ink wash of the wildlife portrait represents how interwoven wildlife are with their habitat.

Image of deer wildlife portrait framed on a shelf

A thoughtful pairing

This series started with a painting of a deer faun surrounded by apple blossoms and mason bees. 

Composing botanicals with pops of teal green against the black and gray ink wash of the wildlife portrait represents how interwoven wildlife are with their habitat.

It’s fair to say there’s no shortage of rabbits in Washington state. You can catch them hiding from the dog walkers.

Hare with bluebonnets

Stepping away from my usual subjects from around the pacific and inland northwest, I decided to illustrate one of my all time favorite

Fruit bat with fruit blossoms

I painted this brown bear after a trip to the mountain to go blueberry picking. I often picture them looking something like this while devouring their horde of summer berries.

Brown bear and blueberries

Apples are always a stand out choice of food for deer. To welcome the spring season, I illustrated this deer fawn with apple blossoms and mason bees.

Deer fawn and apple blossoms