photo by Izzie Titberidze
Hey there! I draw quirky, cheerful, pen-and-ink artwork of forests, text, abstraction, animals, and absurdism, and then make them into prints and cards from home.
I've always loved to read, so my abstract paintings frequently incorporate tiny handwriting hidden within the images — like a fun little reward for those who look closely!
I graduated from SCAD (Savannah College of Art & Design) in 2008 with a B.F.A. in illustration, and in 2009 won an Honorable Mention in Savannah’s Telfair Art Fair. In 2010 I moved to NYC, where I spent 7 years selling my work in craft markets to art collectors from all over the world (including actor Adam Sandler and the late writer Elizabeth Wurtzel).
My whimsical drawings have since appeared in The Huffington Post, Buzzfeed, and on Time Out New York’s blog.
In 2017 I moved back to Savannah; I now work as a full-time artist and am thrilled to be back amongst the live oaks and Spanish moss. In 2020 I received the Judith Alexander Foundation Relief Fund for Georgia Visual Artists, and joined Gallery 209 on River Street, where I show the majority of my original paintings. I'm proud to have been awarded 1st Place Mixed Media at the Society of Bluffton Artists in Bluffton, SC, in their 2021 Judged Show. And most recently, I was voted Best Local Visual Artist in Connect Savannah's "Best Of" Contest for 2023!