THE CHARLIE’S HEAD SERIES teaches that all human beings have a special magic within themselves. You only need to find the missing element to activate it. Even the famous ALBERT EINSTEIN knew this.
It's time to MARCH into reading with Children's' Author and Illustrator Erin T. Whalen. She will be visiting schools in 2020 to read her picture books. Book your school visit now.
Well it was a great run at the Warwick Museum of Art but today I am happy to say my illustrations go back home to The Story Emporium. The one's that didn't sell of course 🙂 I just want to thank everyone that went and supported me and for those who didn't don't you worry,… Continue reading Paintings going home…
Well I went ahead and did it. I had the spine surgery I swore I never would have. I was losing the use of my right arm and hand and fast! The doctors told me I may never draw again. What is an artist to do? Soooo, I took myself to the hospital (well my… Continue reading Post Surgery
it's 6:45am and I wanted to drop you a note to let you know that I am heading to the Scituate Arts Festival in about an hour. This year I am selling prints of my newest artwork along with The Charlie's Head Series picture books. "A Trashy Novel" will be out in fall 2012 but… Continue reading Scituate Arts Festival
Here is my current paint concoction (or however you spell that) being worked on at the new art studio. I haven't been there much because of getting the kids ready to go back to school and all but I am inching along. Unfortunately, I have been told that I will be needing surgery ASAP for… Continue reading The Puppetress is currently being created at the studio
I just started designing my new place... It's called THE STORY EMPORIUM. Below is a description of what it is. The Story Emporium is an art studio where children's illustration can be purchased in the form of altered jewelry, prints, originals or books. I like to call it so much more than a children's bookstore… Continue reading My art studio has been born!!!
With all this writing I've been doing my Charlie's Head website has fallen behind. It's tough to be an author and illustrator these days because not only do you have to create work and publish it but then you have to keep up with the blogs, websites, and all the social media! It's confusing is… Continue reading Updating my Charlie’s Head Site this week
I am very excited to announce that I will be moving my art supplies, drawing board, painting table, and all of the stuff I use to create my books and illustrations to a public studio. My plan is to work there daily and I encourage everyone to come and visit me while I produce my… Continue reading Opening Public Studio Space in April!!!