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The Dreams of Clarendon series continues with a gold and blue design.

This design is much more muted than some of the others in this series, as the gold colour of the background seems to appear like more of a brown colour. Although muted, the azure-blue colour creates a sensational "pop" of colour that is eye catching and uplifting.

The monstera leaf adds impact in the background, as well as depth by appearing in the foreground layered over top of the blue silhouette.

This design would look great as a book cover for a novel- as it provides for a certain amount of mystery. I am excited to find other commercial applications for this type of image, including print on demand products.


The latest instalment of Dreams of Clarendon features green and blue colours with a silhouette covered by monstera plant leaves.

"Native to the rainforests of Central America, the big, bold Monstera deliciosa plant is also known as the "split-leaf philodendron." This easy-to-grow climbing evergreen can be found in many designer spaces for its "wow" factor." -Sienna Heath, "How to grow-Monstera Deliciosa"

This design was created with multiple layers. The imprint of the plant over the silhouette reminds me a little bit of a tiger stripes; which was achieved by layering black over top.

My artwork has been moving toward embracing figurative work. Recognizable shapes presented in abstract ways, along with an abundance of negative space are definitely much easier to apply to commercial concepts. These commercial concepts include print on demand projects, like the ones I have featured in earlier blog posts.

In the future, I would like to incorporate these designs with my poetry, as well as continue to licence the high resolution images to clients.


Using print on demand services, I created a variety of product mock ups using my unique artwork.

The tropical motif feature green and light blue. A female silhouette is placed against green tropic leaves to create a fun summer style.

I placed the design on a cutting board, iPhone 11 case, and a kitchen towel.

I love seeing my designs in "context" photos, as it helps to visualize the many possibilities that are available using print on demand services.


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