In the Garden



Here's an image from Outside-In (Frances Lincoln / Barron's Educational, 2010), a non-fiction picture book first introduction to human biology. This was used in a spread that discusses the skin.

John Shelley
www.jshelley.com
@StudioNIB

What's in your Garden?




August is for Gardens!
Click the image for a larger view and you can see more illustrations on my Studio With A View Blog.
Happy Gardening,
Cathy Morrison, gardener and illustrator

Ancient Garden

Viewing Babylonian hieroglyphs helped me create a believable image of this ancient wonder.


The Hanging Gardens of Nineveh
God Saves Jerusalem
Arch Books
STEVEN JAMES PETRUCCIO

I Spy Blackberry Pie

There's all types of gardens. Some are wild, others are manicured, some have flowers, others grow food. Here's another garden from I Spy Blackberry Pie.
Thanks for taking a look and you can see more on my Studio With a View Blog.
Cathy Morrison

Fresh-Picked Poetry: A Day at the Farmers' Market, (Michelle Schaub) and Amy Huntington, Charlesbridge, 2017



It's farmers' market season!

Amy Huntington

Harvest Time

Patrick Girouard

August is for Gardens!


 I was happy to hear that the theme word for August is GARDEN! I'm an avid gardener myself. Here's some images from a book I'm working on as writer/illustrator. I have some more garden picture book images that I'll posting during the month, but don't want to hog the PBAA blog for now. You can see more of my illustrations on my Studio With A View Blog.

Thanks for taking a look and enjoy your gardening because fall's coming soon!
Cathy Morrison

Nightfall in the City and the Country


Two sequential spreads showing the deepening blue skies of sunset, from Yozora o Miage yo, a picture book for Japanese publisher Fukuinkan Shoten about discovering the stars of the night sky (2016). Twilight is absolutely my favourite time of the day, that fleeting time when everything changes - the sun is just disappearing over the horizon, leaving a deep blue sky, and the first stars start to come out. All the lights come on, but it's not yet night. I find that shifting, mysterious time of the day endlessly fascinating.

John Shelley
www.jshelley.com

Big Blue Planet



STEVEN JAMES PETRUCCIO
Such an amazing underwater world! 
Pacific Dolphins feeding from "Dolphin's Rescue".

Frozen Fishing by Patrick Girouard

While seated on a chilly crate
And angling where my friends all skate
I wrestle with the frozen bait
And dream of fish piled on my plate.

Tiny Giant, my bird contribution for June

I love to play around with the concept of opposites in children's books, so I had some fun illustrating the cover artwork for The Tiny Giant. Can you guess who or what the tiny giant could be?
Also, June keeps rambling along so I wanted to add one more bird illustration, our theme of the month.
Please check out my Studio With a View Blog for more illustrations.
Thanks for taking a look! And please click on the image for a larger, more detailed view.
Cathy Morrison

Can you find my bird?

Work in progress, Gardener Girl
Here's a work in progress, currently titled Gardener Girl. I wanted to post because 1. there's a bird, which happens to be our word-of-the-month and 2. I'm totally enjoying working on this project.

Thanks for taking a look. You can find more illustrations happening on my Studio With A View Blog.
Happy June to everybody!
Cathy Morrison