An illustration of water lilies koi fish and a mask. Inspired by the meloncholy winter nights of Columbus, Ohio I wanted to create something to lift my spirits.
It took me over two years to complete this piece. When I first started it my skills in this particular style were young and I couldn't obtain the look and feel I wanted.
Finally finished in the last quarter of 2015 I am particularly proud of it.
Water Lilies, by Kasandra Murray
What would you kill for?
A Spot Illustration done in my down time of some ice cream that met a terrible fate.
An illustration of a woman blowing bubbles into an army of arrows. This is the second illustration (and my first limited edition print) from my 6 Virtue Challenge.
I finished this piece for Tsubasacon 2015 in Huntington West Verginia.
Here are my official words on this piece:
The fearlessness we have when facing towards the future. Often times associated as an actionless personality trait, but I see it as the first step in the next chapter of a person's life.
Hope keeps us moving forward, keeps us strong and can be the very foundation that holds us up when the reality of failure comes crashing down.
We stay hopeful even when we know there is a chance that things may not turn out the way we want.
"Hope", by Kasandra Murray