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1. BOOM!


BOOM!  From my first book, "The Aunts Go Marching" by Maurie J Manning, published 2003 by Boyds Mills Press.  Done in digital pastel using Corel Painter.

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2. Chicken Love

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3. Chickens, hens, eggs ... chickens ...

 Illustrations from SUN ABOVE AND BLOOMS BELOW
and PICK A CIRCLE, GATHER SQUARES written by Charline Profiri,
illustrated by Susan Swan, Albert Whitman Publisher

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4. Eggs

Amy Huntington

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5. Rooster Crossing the Road

Pencil, digital. © David Opie

Illustration from a book proposal. 
By David Opie.

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6. Chicken & Eggs

Some chickens and eggs by John Nez

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7. Hoppin' John

This is from a rhyming book dummy I created about a bunny who only stops hopping for SOUP! (Janet McDonnell)

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8. Behind Schedule

Patrick Girouard

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9. What's Up Cookie?

Steven James Petruccio

This is a digital painting I recently finished for "The Little Cookie" coming out later this year.

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10. Detail from "Turtle and Rabbit"

This is a detail from a recent-ish reading book.
Done in watercolor.
David Opie

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11. Bunnies

 Joanne Friar

naughty bunnies on the tree farm
from O Christmas Tree

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12. Breezy Bunnies!

Setting off for a breezy walk...

From: Breezy Bunnies
MB Publishing
Written by Margie Blumberg
Illustrated by June Goulding

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13. So Many Children!

A hidden picture page for Highlights Magazine. Can you find eight objects?
by Patrick Girouard

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14. Old MacDonald Had a... Chicken!

A page from the board book Old MacDonald Had a Farm.
Written by Kim Mitzo Thompson
Illustrated by Patrick Girouard

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15. Monkey and the Engineer

David Opie - Monkey and the Engineer

Monkey and the Engineer
By David Opie
Ink, digital

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16. Themed Art: Monkeys

I have to admit that monkeys haven't formed a large part of my children's portfolio, but here's a little sketchbook doodle from a while back!

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17. Monkey-ish

While looking for some themed art I came across this image I created some years ago for a book featuring Koko the lowland gorilla.  This was part of the intro to her story.

Watercolor on Arches paper

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18. Princess Theme

Here are a couple of princess images I created.  One was for a Halloween book and features my daughter with her friends and cousin. The other is a spread from A Little Princess which I stepped in to illustrate for another illustrator when she could not meet the deadline...I'm glad I took the job!

Halloween Counting Fun

A Little Princess

Watercolor Illustrations by
Steven James Petruccio

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19. Themed art - Princess

Some more work from a version of Cinderella I drew for Japanese publisher Hikari no Kuni many years ago. At the time I'd been researching the French Revolution a great deal and had large stock pile of art references of the late 18th Century. The setting is very much the dying days of the Ancien Régime, so sadly Cinders and Prince Charming may not have had long to enjoy their happiness!

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20. Holding up the barn

Amy Huntington,  T- shirt design 

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21. Anne of Herringbone Hall

I was working on this today.  It is the last panel in chapter 5 of Anne of Herringbone Hall, a middle-grade graphic novel.  This is the underwater laboratory of Anne's inventor father.  In the previous panel he has handed her a slice of seaweed pie.  Eventually it will get some limited color, but, at least for now it is black-and-white.

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22. The Dark is Rising

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23. Black & White...all over

I've painted many creatures that are black and white...cows, skunks, penguins and a giant Manta Ray!

Manta Ray Near Shore
"Wings In The Water"

illustrated by
 Steven James Petruccio

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24. Homemade Zebra

Patrick Girouard

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25. Outside

Joanne Friar

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