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#56 IT WAS FRUITFUL BEING AN ILLUSTRATOR – PART 2

Illustrating fruit has been a favorite subject of mine. For over two decades, I didn’t paint any new paintings for my own purposes. But 2020 became the year where that changed. Continue reading

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#39 I TOOK A SHOT AT ILLUSTRATING LIQUEUR

Illustrating liqueur flavors was simply a perfect project for me. As with many assignments, I never saw or tasted any of the products I illustrated. My first liqueur assignment never provided me with any printed labels, even though I was persistent in trying to get copies. I did receive a huge, cardboard display ad on my second project, though. Continue reading

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#38 IT WAS FRUITFUL BEING AN ILLUSTRATOR – PART 1

From the beginning of my art career I specialized in still life imagery. Soon, I was illustrating a lot of fruit. Therefore, I not only considered my niche to be one of being a food illustrator, sometimes I’ve referred to myself as a fruit-label illustrator!
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