Friday, August 3, 2018

Let the Sunflower In

A ketubah for the sunniest pair of brides around.  Arches paper, watercolor, archival ink, 2018.



Introducing Ethel

Adding puppets to the repertoire.  Ethel is a wrinkled, repulsive naked mole rat who loves children and the outdoors.  She is extremely pleased to meet you.



What do you get when you cross an elephant with a rhino?  Purim 5778:  fabric, fiber fill, polar fleece, hot glue, and jazz hands of hope.

Wednesday, January 3, 2018

Thursday, November 16, 2017

Have Some of Column A

In which our heroine fills the rather tall order of learning to draw Corinthian columns in rather short order.  Archival ink and watercolor, 2017.


A bit of practice went a long way.


Tuesday, September 19, 2017

Birkat Kallah

A benediction to be read by the bride before approaching the chuppah.  Archival ink and watercolor, 2017.

The Greatest King of Garbage

A pal of mine required a mask of Moishe Oofnik, Oscar the Grouch's inimitable Israeli cousin.  He needed it as a gift for a friend's wedding.  Immediately.

The friend asked me where he could find such a mask.  I said, "I think you commission me to make you one."

Fortunately, the good folks at the Puppet Kitchen helped me cheat a little bit; they had a lovely grouchy fur and an extra puppet foam head lying around.


The rest was a long night of hot glue and hope.


And haircuts.



Mission accomplished.  I'll be sneezing out orange fur for weeks.