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maybe you can go home again.

In May 2017 I had my first art exhibit. What made it so special was not only that it was my first, but that it was at the Watertown Public Library, where I worked during my high school and college years. I spent most of my time in the children's department, so this venue was very appropriate, since my illustrations are largely inspired by those picture books, I used to shelve.

I don't think any of the librarians I worked with are still there. But if one had come by and told me to get to work, it really would have felt like home.

 

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2016: odd and ends.

tethered 2

2016 was an odd year. Difficult personally, but very fruitful creatively. Maybe one fueled the other? Without taking on the challenge of producing a picture book, or any other large scale project, I was able to have the most productive year of my life. I created a lot of illustrations, started a blog and will have my first art exhibit in April, at the Watertown Free Public Library. I'm excited about the exhibit and what 2017 might hold. Thanks for reading!

I have started making prints for the exhibit.

I have started making prints for the exhibit.

Rose and IV. A sketch I hope to revisit in the new year.

Rose and IV. A sketch I hope to revisit in the new year.

Source: blog post: 2016-odd and ends.