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1. The start of a new book




















This week I am in the process of the initial sketches for a new book I am illustrating.

The book is through a Swiss publisher but the story is based in Indonesia. In particular, Bali.

As luck would have it the Asian Art Museum in San Francisco is currently running a special exhibit on Bali- WooHoo!

So last week I pootled along to this wonderful museum and gathered lots of reference material.

I am really looking forward to this book as I love the color and patterns of the Indonesian art. And the story is wonderful, though it is still a secret. Shhhhhh.

Here are some photos I took at the exhibit, I will be posting shortly with the initial sketches.


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