Just a detail of a WIP I’m playing with. This is what happens when I listen to Dutch House music, lol.

Today I did this sketch of a horse. I’m going to try adding first a male, then female character, see which one looks best.

Just a quick fun sketch that I’m working on today. I call him Decomposing Charlie, after the skull model on my desk.

Just completed the cover for the sword and sorcery novel! Super excited, This was done with Painter 17. :)

Here’s a mermaid I drew this week with a Micron pen on toned paper. I hope you like her.

"Firecracker" ©Kathy Ferrell, 2015. I just finished this piece today, done in Corel Painter! I hope you like it!

My latest painting, titled "Once They Were Men...". This is my idea of the witch of Greek myth, Circe. I will be entering it into a local show, and afterwards, I'd like to have this available as a print. I hope you like her! :)

Here is a detail of a large drawing I'm currently working on. It will illustrate a wonderful tale of adventure. I've wanted to illustrate a book of this sort for many years. I love the wonderful linen paper and how the pencil goes on like mist.

Hi! I just finished a little painting, and I thought you'd enjoy seeing it! Now to my next project....

Hi there, Art Fans! My first post. Just to let you see what I'm currently working on, I've put up these photos of works in progress, or WIP to those in the inner sanctum.

The first, "Dreams Count" is a digital piece that I keep returning too, doing different things to it. The potential for different colors really fascinates me. One day I'll have to call it finished.

The second piece is simply the initial sketch of a painting I'm doing of the witch, Circe. Something I've always wanted to do, because the Waterhouse painting, "Circe Invidiosa" has always inspired my work. I'll post some more pics of my progress as soon as I've downloaded them.

The third item is a tiny Artist Trading Card, before color. As soon I've developed a stock, I'm going to begin selling them, probably on Etsy.

The final piece is a detail of a large watercolor I did recently of the witch, Baba Yaga. It seems to be a month for witches here at Cup O Swank!

Thank you for looking at my work! More soon!