Tag Archives: ecology

Chairs, Puppies, and Ornaments

The end of 2015 was busy, as usual. Perhaps most notably, I successfully defended my PhD dissertation! I hope that means I will have more time for artwork in 2016 :) As a celebratory gift, my mother made this extraordinary quilt for me. … Continue reading

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Penn State Research Magazine Paper Cuts

I am so excited to finally share my latest paper cuts with you! This summer, I was commissioned to create three paper cut illustrations for a story about the evolution of skin color in the Penn State Research magazine. The story … Continue reading

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Lizards!

First off, thanks to University of Michigan Ecology & Evolutionary Biology Department for the shout-out on their alumni news page. Fittingly, a little ecology is also what has been keeping me from paper cutting this month. You can follow the … Continue reading

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Commissions, Prints, and Social Media

The holidays were full of exciting new developments on the paper front! Firstly, I finished up some exciting commissions for Christmas. Some friendly Narnians, for example:    These fair fellows are Reepicheep and Mr. Tumnus from the Chronicles of Narnia. … Continue reading

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Cat Camouflage

I recently co-organized an outreach table for WPSU’s “Eventapalooza” in State College, PA. The event had lots of Clifford and Cat-in-the-Hat themed activities, and about 450 kids ages 5-10 participated! That’s a lot of kids in 3 hours! Some families lined up … Continue reading

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