She would return to her world, and he to his own.
But even years later, well into his old age, Owin would sometimes glimpse a flash of white when he walked through the trees. He would briefly catch the scent of valley lillies on the breeze; then, as quickly as it came, it would be gone. In his mind he would often wonder whether his journey had ever happened at all.
Original done in ink, gouache, and watercolour on illustration board for my storybook project, Whitebird.
Olivia is an illustrator living in Seattle.
She grew up in Montana, surrounded by forests, plains, and mountains still untouched by human hands.
She's been drawing with the same old tablet she got when she was 14, and her favorite medium is water color. In her spare time, she studies the art of combat with medieval long sword, cooks a lot, watches many shows with her boyfriend, and serves her cat overlord.
This is a gallery-quality giclée art print on 100% cotton rag archival paper, printed with archival inks. Each art print is listed by sheet size and features a minimum one-inch border.