My time in Vermont was filled with farmer's markets and chilly walks downtown - a staple of both of these activities was squash. Whether it was taking in the colors and forms at the market, smelling the warm sweet smell of butternut soup wafting from a restaurant, or roasting squash in the oven, a love affair was born. This piece outlines just a few of the varieties readily available in the fall.
I am an illustrator specializing in botanical & zoological illustration covering a wide range of media including pen & ink stippling, watercolor, colored pencil, block printing, and digital art and design.
I have worked in two National Parks, helped conduct research on pollinator interactions within Vermont blueberry farms, and done two years of illustration and field work for the American Chestnut Foundation. My experience in the field of natural science and my love of the outdoors heavily informs and encourages my work.
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.