Tag Archive: bird

Fresh Takes

Welcome the arrival of spring with fresh takes on my drawings! Bright white versions of five designs are now available in my Etsy shop. Advertisements

Fez Hat Flamingo

It is said that when a pink flamingo wearing a fez appears on your front lawn you will enjoy good fortune for one hundred years. Or is it misfortune? Ha, just kidding! I… 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

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


This bird remains calm, cool, and collected. A.K.A., I remember back when everyone wore a hat. Now, get off my lawn. ;-) Unflappable – pen and watercolor. Drawn with a TWSBI Mini fountain… Continue reading

Prettyboy the Green Parakeet

From my daily drawings… Pen and watercolor parakeet. Drawn on Canson XL Mix Media paper with Uni Pin Fine Line pens and Faber-Castell Albrecht Dürer watercolor pencils. Digital scan adjusted and edited in… Continue reading

I See Music

“Music hath charms to soothe a savage breast.” -William Congreve Visit my Redbubble shop to purchase this design as a t-shirt, sticker or phone case. Visit my Society6 shop to purchase this design… Continue reading

Kiwi Bird

From my daily drawings… Pen and watercolor fox portrait. This kiwi bird was drawn on Canson XL mixed media paper using a TWSBI Mini extra fine nib fountain pen filled with Platinum Carbon… Continue reading

Sparrow Spectrum

This house sparrow dreams of color. Visit my artist shop at Redbubble to purchase this design as a phone case, t-shirt or sticker. Follow my daily drawings on Instagram, Facebook or Twitter.


“It is a happy talent to know how to play.” ~Ralph Waldo Emerson This comic was inspired by my sister and my wife’s childhood memories and was created as a follow up to… Continue reading