Alice and the Tiger
Created for my Alice in Wonderland project that is currently in progress.
7” x 10” Ink wash on watercolor paper.
Framed size – 11″ x 14″
My take on this classic story takes place in a fantastical West African world. I’ve had this image in my head for a long time, of a tiny Alice as she tests her courage against a tiger.
Her journey through Wonderland is the story of her growth and evolution from a frightened girl to an independent, self-assured woman.
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I strongly believe in the power of nature to heal us, and to richly transform our increasingly disconnected, modern lives.
Through my work, I strive to depict the magical connection between humans and nature, and the constant balance between darkness and light that we grapple with each day.
My hope is that inviting you to step into my fantastical natural worlds will entice you to experience nature more often for yourself, so that you may heal, explore, and reconnect with yourself and with others.
In May 2007, I graduated as valedictorian from Otis College of Art and Design, with a BFA in Illustration and a minor in Creative Writing. I have shown my work in prominent galleries across the US and around the world. My work has been published in Suggestivism, Hi-Fructose Magazine, Juxtapoz, Imagine FX, Spectrum 16-20, Society of Illustrators LA, Blue Canvas, Infected by Art, Miroir Magazine, Creep Machine, and the Creative Quarterly.