For images of single butterflies, birds and other animals suitable for most uses except for products and branding, visit my digital downloads shop.
For original painting commissions, image licensing, shows, workshops or presentations, contact me.
What I paint
Florida native plants and animals, painted realistically in watercolor, for personal or business use. I also will do concept sketches, finished graphite drawings, and light graphic design depending on the project. Past collaborations and commissions include original artwork for use on websites, trail signs, videos, guides, magazines, products, logos, research presentations and personal collections.
I will not do
Species not native to or ranging in Florida, non-realistic, other art styles or mediums (with the exception of concept drawings, or finished graphite drawings depending on the project), graphic design, people, or pet portraits.
A note on graphic design: The work examples on this page that have a graphic design component were done by professional graphic designers that were also part of the project, not by me. I can only contribute digitized watercolors to such projects.
List of past collaborations:
- Get To Know South Florida's Pine Rockland Critters 2018 is a coloring book made in collaboration with the Miami Pine Rocklands Coalition
-Pine Rockland Working Group convention website.
-California Sister and Lorquin's Admiral 2019 was made to compliment this fascinating research
-Bartram's Hairstreak Lifecycle 2020 was made to be used in the presentations by scientist Erika Henry who is studying this endangered Pine Rockland species.
-Policies for People and Planet 2019 zine was a guest piece made for the wonderful Zebra Cat Zebra zine.
-Pine Rockland Zine Climate Change Edition 2019 was a publication made in collaboration with The Frank Gallery in Pembroke Pines for the October 17th art show Art For The Earth: Artists On Climate Change
- Maps of the Florida peninsula forDreaming of the Everglades (coming soon) by the South Florida Natural Resources Center at Everglades National Park, being produced by Into Nature Films.
-Trail signs for Pinecrest Gardens upper garden