My Work Featured on 2 Broke Girls, CBS

I am thrilled to share that my artwork was featured last night on the hit CBS show, 2 Broke Girls! I was truly honored when Emmy-award winning set decorator Amy Feldman contacted me and asked to license my art for the show. My pen and ink print, Newport Rhode Island, appears in Season 6, Episode 18 which aired last night on CBS.

You can purchase your own signed Newport Rhode Island print in my shop now! Each print is carefully printed on the highest quality, acid-free fine art paper, and is available as a 5×7, 8×10, 11×14, or 13×19.

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Sketches from Scotland

Scottish SketchesWell I’m back from my trip to Scotland! I finished going through my sketches and thousands (yes, literally thousands) of pictures and I wanted to share a few with you. I was in awe of the detailed architecture (including a few Outlander sites) as well as the breathtaking scenery. My sister couldn’t have chosen a lovelier place for her wedding. From the rolling hills in the Highlands, which are often dotted with sheep and highland cattle (also known as “hairy coo” because of their abundant coats); to the haunting Gothic, sandstone buildings of Edinburgh; to the stubborn, hardy, lavender thistles that are determined to add beauty to the most rugged surroundings, I don’t think there is anywhere on earth quite like this place. My next collection will feature Scottish patterns and prints inspired by my travels.

Sketches from ScotlandBe sure to follow me on Instagram for my latest sketches and photos.

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We Will Never Forget

NormandyAmerican Cemetery at Colleville-Sur-Mer, Normandy, France

In memory of all those who gave their lives so that we could have our freedom.

Thank you–we will never forget!