In July, I met two friends for a weekend on Lake Superior’s north shore. Highlights included: Taking a picnic lunch out on the lake’s massive, smooth rocks for an afternoon of drawing next to the water. Lots of smoked fish. A key to the woodshed, which resulted in endless fires in the field stone fireplace. … Read More
Some sketchbook entries from summer’s hangout highlights.
In addition to leading unusual walking tours all over the Twin Cities, urban geographer and historian Bill Lindeke writes an ongoing series of guidebooks about dive bars in the Minneapolis/St Paul area. They serve as histories of neighborhood meeting places and reflections of the communities they serve. Purchase a copy here
Nye’s Polonaise: one of 37 piano bars in Minneapolis in 1974
A Foreign Country is a comic about history that interprets everyday life from the past as found in old newspapers and photographs.
Sometimes I draw the clothes instead of buy the clothes. Not the oxfords, though. I did buy the oxfords.
A new illustrated recipe for They Draw and Cook.
Available in the shop as a digital download.
Made in the 1860s, these illustrated photo albums feel ahead of their time.
New to the shop—a super detailed floral illustration to print and color.
So fun to see my fruits card featured on Avenue 126 along with so many other great illustrators!