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Over the weekend I had the opportunity to meet Ernie Hudson (Sargeant Albrecht in The Crow, Winston Zeddemore in Ghostbusters) and have him sign a portrait I had done of him. It was only half-finished when he signed it, since I had been working on it in the car on the way down to Niagara. 
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So excited to reveal the current book cover! (Done so with permission from Mark Holborn, the author.)

Mark's book "Echo's of Memories Past" will be out in the next few months, but I couldn't wait to share. Yes, it involves a Headless Horseman, but it's not the traditional Sleepy Hollow version. Having read part of the book, it's a very cool twist, and a lot more complicated than just chasing scholars like Ichabod Crane.
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The cover I did for The Transmigration of Cora Riley is featured in this article! So excited! 
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I've been doing a lot of pet portraits over the Christmas season. Some were commissioned well beforehand, others were a little last minute. 
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I got a rather stellar review from my friend Ellie Di Julio, a talented author and all around fun person. She's doing an Indigogo campaign to kick off her new book, The Transmogrification of Cora Riley and having me do the book cover if the campaign goes through as planned. Check it out!
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Joy is finding a jar of Skittles you'd hidden from yourself in with the tea kettle during the last move. :) And, of course, spending the day catching up on art commissions. Got a mess load of pet portraits to finish and post. 
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I finally get to show this piece! I was asked by author Phillip Winberry to do a book cover for his mystery novel based in WWII England. It was a great amount of fun, and the release date is going to be in August. (I don't have an exact date, yet.) 

Falling From The Sky
When American B-17 pilot Alex Kent isn’t struggling to survive World War II bombing raids in the skies over Germany he busies himself pursuing a conundrum with even greater danger:  uncovering the lost heritage of William Kent, his seventh great-grandfather.  Nothing is known about William’s life prior to his arrival in 1740 colonial Virginia as an eleven-year-old indentured servant.  Family folklore suggests he might have been a member of the English aristocracy.  Over the generations several Kent family members have tried to prove that belief.  None succeeded.  Some died trying.

On leave in war torn London from his bombing duties, Alex meets Lady Sarah Perkins, fiancée of the Duke of Wyeford’s only son.  Alex and Sarah soon realize they are attracted to one another and she agrees to help him with his quest for William’s heritage.

When the duke learns of their efforts, he understands Alex poses a threat to the conspiracy of silence concocted two hundred years earlier to deny William his birthright.  Discovery of the conspiracy would topple the Wyeford dynasty.  The duke vows to take whatever actions are necessary to see that never happens.  Danger and tension escalate as Alex’s quest barrels toward a conclusion that will reveal shocking truths.
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A more recent project - a Frontispiece for a couple of Balladeers that I know who tend to perform around Colonial Williamsburg, Virginia. 
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