March 30, 2011

Rebecca Gavney Driscoll

Rebecca Gavney Driscoll
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March 29, 2011

March 24, 2011

March 22, 2011

Kit Grady

Matthew Gauvin

Silver Bullet Whistle, This is one of the images from the book "The Caterpillar and the Express Train".

Gail Ross

“Where do you live, Ariel?” asked Newton. 
“Where do the butterflies sleep?”

©2011 Watercolor/Digital
from Where do the Butterflies Sleep?
written and illustrated by Sally Burr and Gail Ross
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March 21, 2011

Ginger Nielson

 4RV Publishing LLC
From the new book by Beth Benke Reinke, the cover of an unusual story.
Just what would YOU do if all the clouds suddenly fell from the sky?


For a Catholic Religion Book ©Bruño.
Animals in white are for colouring.

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March 17, 2011

Rebecca Gavney Driscoll

Rebecca Gavney Driscoll
This is Hansel and Gretel.  Illustration done in watercolor 
with some colored pencil.   
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March 15, 2011

Gail Ross

 “Abbey will come for us!  She will save us!” said the tiniest minnow, trying not to cry.
“I hope she comes soon,” said another small voice.
“Brooke promised she would go and get Abbey.”
They all watched and waited.

©2011 Watercolor/Digital
From Ducks are Not Fish
written and illustrated by Sally Burr and Gail Ross
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March 14, 2011

Wilson Williams

Copyright © Wilson Williams 2011

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March 10, 2011

Laura Diehl

The Princess and The Spaceman

© Laura Diehl
Digital, Wacom and Photoshop
Personal Piece

Comments: In a little over two weeks I am marrying my wonderful fiancé Chris!!! =)

In honor of this: here is an image I created a couple months back (as a Christmas present) for him and our parents. It's a fantasy portrait of the two of us as kids! Me as a prairie princess wielding a golden paintbrush and him as a little boy wearing a tron-inspired suit...with a castle and rocket ship behind us respectively. The likenesses are referenced from old photos, and are pretty much spot-on =D

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March 9, 2011

March 6, 2011

Sue Shanahan

" Shepherd Boy" is a preliminary illustration for a children's book on the Nativity. The medium is colored pencil over a watercolor wash on paper. For more more info on Sue's art go to: