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1. Davy Crockett In Winter

Cover Illustration for
Davy Crockett: Frontier Hero
Watercolor on Arches hot press paper
Steven James Petruccio

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2. Christmas Snow....

"...and every mother's child is going to spy 
to see if reindeer really know how to fly...."

Tara Larsen Chang, watercolor

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3. "Iced Water"

Steven James Petruccio
watercolor on Arches paper

This is a painting of the makeshift trough used by horses my wife used to have.  The water would freeze in the winter.  I sold this years ago but it's still one of my favorites.

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4. Sugar White Snow and Evergreens

Some snowy scenes from SUGAR WHITE SNOW AND EVERGREENS written by Felicia Sanzari Chernesky and illustrated by Susan Swan

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5. A New Hat

From an early reader done for Scholastic, "Giving Gifts". Luanne Marten.

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6. Amy Huntington...Learning new skills


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7. Abuelita

watercolor on Arches paper
Steven James Petruccio

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8. Grandparents

Amy Huntington

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9. Grandparents and SkADaMo 2014

Over on my blog ( June Goulding ) I'm trying to post a sketch a day as part of Sketch A Day Month, and this couple arrived on my sketch book page.
I think they might qualify as Granparents, so I thought I would share them here as part of our monthly inspiration theme word - Grandparents.

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10. Hugs!

There's nothing like a hug from your grandpa. :-)

(Really old piece for Highlights Magazine. Watercolor. By Tara Larsen Chang)

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11. Grandmother Remembers

This story was set in the meso american pre-classic period...interesting to research!


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12. Grandpa's here!

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13. Grandparents tsunami

Something a little different from me this month - for a feature about the effect of an aging population on the health service.

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14. snow. no.

Patrick Girouard

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15. "Read"

Pencil, digital color.
David Opie

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16. Themed art - Birthday

I'm not sure if I've posted this one before, birthday images are a bit thin on the ground in my work. It's from Tim Wynne-Jones' The Boat in the Tree  (Front Street, 2007 - now Boyds Mills Press).

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17. Themed art - Birthday

It can be so very hard to wait....

Tara Larsen Chang, Watercolor on paper
(also featured on my newly updated website: www.TaraLarsenChang.com)

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18. Birthday sketch

A quick sketch I did to wish a friend a Happy Birthday...
June Goulding

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19. Fun Fall at the Farm

It's getting to be pumpkin picking time. Illustrations from PICK A CIRCLE, GATHER SQUARES, A Fall Harvest of Shapes. Written by Felicia Sanzari Chernesky, illustrated by Susan Swan

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20. Fall Fell

One of the final images from my recently completed Profile Picture Project.

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21. The fifth wheel

Great horned owls have been hooting outside my bedroom window this fall. Amy Huntington. http://amysfieldnotes.wordpress.com

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22. Autumn Happiness!

My most recently illustrated book (September 2014 ) "The Best of the Part of the Day", written by Sarah Ban Breathnach,  is divided into the four seasons...here is an image from, of course, Autumn!

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23. THEMED ART - Autumn

Love the season, and all the autumnal colors and critters.

Tara Larsen Chang, watercolor on paper.

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24. Themed Art: Autumn

I re-discovered this as I was sorting through artwork for my exhibition. It's the opening spread from The Three Billy Goats Gruff, a series I did for KiddyCAT magazine in Japan.... way, way back. The title etc ran across the left, hence the open space. It was at a time I was invariably approached by Japanese publishers to work in an authentic "traditional European" children's book style, hence the nostalgia!

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This is the cover art for a book in an outdoor science series I did way back when...

The Wonderful Woods
Acrylic on watercolor paper
Steven James Petrucccio

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