Examples of food illustration
A bowl of freshly picked figs from my backyard tree.
Long of Tropea and Red of Milan onions, grown by a local farmer.
In many parts of the world, pumpkins are also known as squash. Here are just a few.
An illustrated recipe showing the steps on how to make grape juice. Easy to do.
Illustrations used for publications.
Monochrome painting of a farm and its fields.
Illustrated recipe of zucchini bread. Original was created as a 2 page layout for a magazine.
Watercolor portrait that was used as illustration on a story about the artist.
Spicing up a standard breakfast dish of eggs with turmeric and kale.
Objects and places found in urban living.
Whimsical cityscape against a backdrop of an orchard and mountain peak.
Illustration of a snow boot for a framed print to hang in a mud room.
Well worn garden gloves are a sign of a dedicated gardener.
Neighborhood gardens can be a great spot to grow food and community.
Vintage telephone whose number was made famous by an old Glenn Miller Orchestra tune.
A variety of patterns to be used for surface design.
A pattern that celebrates the wonderfulness of pie - be it apple, peach, cherry, strawberry, blueberry, or even lemon meringue - it's always Time for Pie!
Simple tile pattern made from a variety of watercolor splotches, which, upon closer inspection, look like little individual islands.
A pattern that celebrates just a few of the crops that can be found in a backyard food garden.
A Spring fruit blossom pattern begins to burst with the possibilities of new fruit in the coming months.
Cut out from hand painted paper, this pattern shows off a potpourri of chickens in their day-to-day activities.
In this pattern, blue circles are working together like the inner gears of an old watch.
Pattern inspired by #artistsforlove challenge on Instagram.
Harkening back to a time of prim and properness, these daisies are wearing their finery in this pattern.
Hand drawn poppies, in various stages of their life, make up this very colorful pattern.
Flowers to brighten your day.
Mixed media collage of flowers using pattern cut-outs, paint chips, oil pastel, and markers.
From the lily family, the scarlet fritillary grows in 3 western states - California, Oregon, and Nevada.
Watercolor of a blooming gladiolus stem.
An imaginary flower to brighten ones day.
Whimsical artwork inspired by the joy of the holiday season.
Based on Iris Apfel, this snow-woman would be a fun addition to anyone's snowman collection.
Illustrated spoof on the movie title, The Devil Wears Prada. Hat and jacket based on Prada fashion.
Magical time of the season is reflected in this holiday card.
A design for a Valentine's Day card. Hand-drawn and assembled in Photoshop.