Saint Louis, MO


I create fun, kid-friendly art for storybooks, curriculum, magazines, and a variety of children’s products. Based in St. Louis, MO, I work with publishers and product developers throughout the United States.


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11820 Tesson Ferry Rd. #205
St. Louis, MO 63128



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Art & Whimsy Blog

Whimsical, Wild, or Weird?

I Can Do That. (Really?) Considering what is art is a challenging endeavor. Some people who proclaim themselves non-artistic have strong opinions about what is art and what is not. It is reasoned that it’s not art, if they (the non-artist) can do it. Their logic... read more

Sweet Whimsy

Ice Cream Truck Judy and I were walking around Greenwich Village a few years ago when we spotted a culinary amenity we no longer thought available. Mr. Softee. These rolling ice creameries were once common in our hometown, but at some point they stopped coming around.... read more

Musical Musings

ToonWare Some years ago I opened an online shop called ToonWareHouse (check out the menu bar, thank you). During some down time I created a series of musicians just for the fun of it. I didn’t intend these to be for any particular purpose other than playing... read more

Wild Work

All the widows stood beside him weeping and showing tunics and other garments that Dorcas made while she was with them. There isn’t a lot of detail about Dorcas (also called Tabitha) in Luke’s narrative in the Acts of the Apostles.  In addition to being a... read more

Whimsical Comments

Yep, I know I just posted on Sunday evening, and the schedule is one post per week, but I have a favor to ask. My new website is now designed to receive comments on the blog page. This post is basically a test to see if the comments work, how convenient they are for... read more

I’m Talking to You!

A current exhibit at our Missouri History Museum in St. Louis shows what our city was like in 1875. Elaborately displayed throughout several galleries, it is a sociological education about life’s ups and downs in the late 19th century. St. Louis was the fifth... read more