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Found 710 Illustrations
There are so many wonderful wineries around the finger Lakes, that I decided I'd like to see if we could take a family friendly staycation this year. Turns out there are so many things to do! I couldn't possibly fit them all in, but I did draw a few of my favorites that are now on my must see and/or do list.
Prospect Park is the place to be when I need to clear my head and let my mind wander! It's a 10 minute walk from my apartment so I'm there quite often, especially in the summer. Even though it's situated in an urban environment there have been many times that I have taken walks on the winding paths in the park and have felt far away from the city.
For my family's "staycation" convenience I've mapped where 15 independently owned bookstores are located along the Oregon Coast (USA). One of my family's favorite things to do is walk a long distance beside the Pacific Ocean then have a picnic and a "sit and read by the sea" session. A great way to un-plug!
I illustrated this map for TheNosher.com to accompany a detailed Food Guide to the Jewish Food of LA, which was co-produced by The Gefilteria. With this map, I wanted to illustrate the great diversity of Jewish food in LA, from Ashkenazi classics like bagels and challah, to Persian Jewish kabobs, Yemenite kubaneh bread and Israeli markets.
The Manhattan skyline is one of the most recognisable in the world. With the likes of the Empire State Building, the Chrysler Building, the Guggenheim, the Statue of Liberty, the Brooklyn Bridge, the Flatiron Building,...it is jammed full of astounding architecture. So let's take a walk and travel through the sights of New York city...
Childhood memories, my backyard was several acres of open fields, and a huge rolling hill under a hardwood forest! which we thought was a mountain as kids. The best memories I have, tobogganing under a full moon, and sledding every day in the Winter, the days when I loved Winter! Then the arrival of Spring & bunnies were everywhere, and the maple trees were tapped for Maple Syrup, singing birds & best of all when you’re a kid...mud! and rubber boots for splashing! I still love the smell of mud in the Spring! Then Summer, my favourite season of all...barefeet, butterflies, picnics, every minute of everyday day in the great outdoors. building tree forts, flying kites, does anyone fly kites anymore? and finally the season of colour, Fall! no more barefeet, but so much colour, collecting leaves, and running through them & the arrival of pumpkins! I feel so blessed to have had this as my playground as a child, unique memories I will always treasure.