Illustrations & Narratives

Many of my paintings beg for stories to accompany them, and some paintings - I call them narratives - are starting points for stories.
In the 1980's and 1990's I illustrated several picture books for children.
I wrote and illustrated The Girl Who Changed her Fate, published by Atheneum in 1992.
I made illustrations for the following books:
• Fire and Stone, written by Ursula K. Le Guin, published by Atheneum in 1989.
• Wizard of Wind and Rock, written by Pamela Service, published by Atheneum in 1990.
• Lissa and the Moon's Sheep, written by Eli Goldblatt, published by Harbinger House in 1990.

Fire and Stone - cover
10" x 8" Oil paint on canvas
The Dragon - from Fire and Stone
8" x 22" Oil paint on canvas
Hungry for rocks - from Fire and Stone
Wizard of Wind and Rock - cover
10" x 8" Oil paint on canvas
Merlin listens to the earth - from Wizard of Wind and Rock
10" x 16" Oil paint on canvas
Vortigen and his wizards - from Wizard of Wind and Rock
10" x 16" Oil paint on canvas
The Girl Who Changed Her Fate - cover
11" x 9.5" Oil paint on canvas
Eleni's journey to the house of the fates - from The Girl Who Changed Her Fate
11" x 19" Oil paint on canvas
Eleni confronts her Fate- from The Girl Who Changed her Fate
11" x 19" Oil paint on canvas
Lissa and the Moon's Sheep - cover
9" x 11" Oil paint on canvas
Lissa and the elders- from Lissa and the Moon's Sheep
11" x 23" Oil paint on cnavas
Lissa pours the rainbow - from Lissa and the Moon's Sheep
11" x 22" Oil paint on canvas
Tea in Pascal's Garden
8" x 12" Oil paint on canvas
An encounter during the evening walk
8" x 12" Oil paint on canvas
Drawing for The Beggars' Bread, a Sufi teaching story
12" x 910" Oil paint on paper
Drawing for The Beggars' Bread, a Sufi teaching story
11" x 11" Oil paint on paper
Drawing for The Fools of Chelm and the Stupid Carp by Isaac Bashevis Singer
9" x 12" Pastel on paper

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