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Kroyl

The Kroyl is a funny sea serpent that’s soooo longĀ it gets tangled up and occasionally needs to be saved from itself. I like to imagine that it gets really excited and swims around spastically, like […]

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Gremaxa

Gremaxa is a feathered, reptilian practitioner of essence magic, introduced in issue 5 of Cartozia Tales by Isaac Cates and Mike Wenthe. She goes on to appear again in issue 6, written by Jen Vaughn […]

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Sand Witch

As we finish work on issue 7 of Cartozia Tales and lay the groundwork for issue 8, I’ve been looking back on the stories I’ve done for the series far. Many of the characters we […]

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Children’s Lit Boat

Here is an illustration I made from my daughter’s old clothes. It appears on the cover of the catalog for The Loft’s 2013 Children’s and Young Adult Literature Conference.

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Senlac Hill

A mixed media (acrylic, fabric scraps) depiction of an ancient battle site. This was exhibited in Crossing Borders at Altered Esthetics last year. Senlac Hill was the site of the Battle of Hastings, in which […]

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Kalkriese Hill

A mixed media (acrylic, fabric scraps) depiction of an ancient battle site. This was exhibited in Crossing Borders at Altered Esthetics last year. I am interested in the culture clashes of ancient times that helped […]

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Hideaway in Deming Heights

One of the best things about parks in the Twin Cities is the presence of tiny doors for elves built into hollow spots at the bases of trees. They have hinges and latches, and when […]

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Moon Tree

There is an oddly-shaped tree a couple miles from my house. It became the subject of some surreal landscapes. Acrylic and mixed media on canvas, March 2011. I stitched fabric and feathers to the canvas […]

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