This painting was inspired by the story of an octopus that ended up in a parking garage during a King tide in Miami. Rising sea levels due to climate change are exacerbating the impacts of King tides along the coast. Who knows what is going to wash ashore next?
An 8.5x11 inch print can purchased at: https://www.etsy.com/listing/523902966/bumble-bee-garden-85x11-inch-watercolor
From the Throat of the Kingfisher
my illustration of "From The Throat Of The Kingfisher". This painting was inspired by the discovery of a new frog species (Karaavali skittering frog) in Southern India. For years the call of the frog was mistaken for the call of the White-throated Kingfisher. Thus the Kraavali skittering frog sprung forth from the throat of the White-throated Kingfisher (not literally of course).
A 10x10 inch acrylic painting of sea urchin shells.
Black Bear, Black Bear What Do You See?
my watercolor painting of an American Black Bear (Ursus americanus). This painting was done as part of my 365 days of art challenge for 2016. The title is my homage to Eric Carle, the children's picture book illustrator.