Judy Stead’s whimsical work can put a smile on your face, and who doesn’t want a little joy in the dead of winter? We thought it might be nice to share these two wonderful images that she’s recently completed, and a link to her charming blog.
Sarah Hollander’s heartwarming illustrations recently breathed life into the adorable children’s book “The 12 Days of Christmas in Washington DC,” and we are pleased as punch that her hard work has been so well received.
The artist was recently involved in a successful book signing at “Hooray for Books” in Alexandria, Virginia. Take a look at these lovely photographs that were taken by the author, Candice Ransom – what a doll (Sarah’s on the right)!
We would also like to take this opportunity to brag about two of the other Morgan Gaynin artists, as we have been fortunate enough to have 3 of our talented illustrators selected to work on this fun project that tackles holiday traditions and fun facts from all 50 states (and, of course, our lovely capitol!). Congratulations are also in order forÂ Lisa Adams, who illustrated “The 12 Days of Christmas in New York City,” and Judy Stead, the artist behind “The 12 Days of Christmas in North Carolina”.
Judy Stead’s whimsical work looks just fabulous in this sleek and easy to navigate new design…take a look here!
It is good to remain open to creative change and inspiration, even after we have established a solid reputation and style. It is these slight alterations that allow us to continue exploring and developing, and Judy Stead recently posted a great new image and article on her own blog that I found to be inspiring in this simple message. You can take a look here.
When we first saw Judy Stead’s vibrant work, we were impressed by her versatility. She has created a host of children’s books with adorable characters as well as whimsical, yet sophisticated, adult work. We think Judy is the perfect addition to our group. Be sure to take a look at her distinctive artwork here.
And welcome, Judy!