Category Archive: Sketches, etc.

Fez Hat Cat

After acquiring the fez, kitty developed an uncanny obsession with brandy, cigars, and nineteenth-century explorers. Pen and ink drawing with digital color. Visit my Etsy shop to purchase a 5×7″art print of this design.… Continue reading

Jellyfish

Pen and watercolor drawing of a swimming jellyfish. Visit my Etsy shop to purchase a 5×7″art print of this design. Visit my Society6 shop to purchase this design as a tote bag, throw pillow… Continue reading

Filthy Pig

I believe the word you’re looking for is “self-satisfied.” Pen and watercolor drawing of a happy pig. Visit my Etsy shop to purchase a 5×7″art print of this design. Visit my Society6 shop to… Continue reading

Canine Quartet

Lately, I’ve had dogs on the brain! Here’s a canine quartet that’s probably better seen than heard. ;-) Follow my drawings on Instagram, Facebook or Twitter.

Rabbit

Pen and watercolor drawing of a cautious rabbit. Visit my Etsy shop to purchase a 5×7″art print or greeting card of this design. Visit my Society6 shop to purchase this design as a… Continue reading

Waddle Duck

Pen and watercolor drawing of a duck out for a stroll. Visit my Etsy shop to purchase a 5×7″art print and greeting cards of this design. Visit my Society6 shop to purchase this… Continue reading

Humpback Whale

Pen and ink wash drawing of a humpback whale. Visit my Etsy shop to purchase a 5×7″art print of this design. Visit my Society6 shop to purchase this design as a tote bag, throw pillow or… Continue reading

Honey Bee

Pen and watercolor drawing of a honey bee. Visit my Etsy shop to purchase a 5×7″art print of this design. Visit my Society6 shop to purchase this design as a tote bag, throw… Continue reading

Common House Gecko

A pen and watercolor drawing of a common house gecko. It may not be as flamboyant as the bright-green TV commercial spokeslizard, but this gecko is a hat tip to my family’s roots… Continue reading

Raven M

A raven flew into town. He was soft-spoken and mumbled his words, so there was widespread disagreement about his name. Birds called him Maurice, while cats knew him as Morris. Shortly after the… Continue reading