Art Gallery

As a self-taught artist since 2017, I’m still learning a great deal about the practice and fundamentals of art. I do not think myself a professional, or even an intermediate, by any means, but I practice almost every day, and I hope that eventually I might be good enough to illustrate at least one of my own published works.

The following is a selection of some of my best pieces of artwork, ranging from depictions of wild animals to scenery to my own characters. This page will be updated frequently.

“Recalled to Life,” inspired by Charles Dickens’ A Tale of Two Cities.

“Head in the Clouds,” inspired by a now bygone age in which I was obsessed with the 20% cooler-ness that is Rainbow Dash.

A thoughtful rabbit.

“Who Tells Your Story?” inspired by Hamilton: An American Musical.

“On the Shores of Victory,” a scene from my Celta series featuring Clan-lord Diabhal the wolfhound.

A portrait of my Scottish terrier, Izzie.

Sydney Carton, from Charles Dickens’ A Tale of Two Cities.

A portrait of Aífe, the protagonist of my Celta series.

A scene from Ember’s End by S. D. Smith, featuring Heather and Smalls.

“Blood Like Rain,” a symbolic illustration from my Celta series featuring Cathal.

Angelica Schuyler, from Hamilton: An American Musical.