tabletop safari

Welcome to my workspace.

This is where everything starts and so shall this blog.

This picture was taken in the spring of last year, and judging by the airy arrangement of things, I was having a good day. With time, the larger bird morphed into a baby peacock and the two grazing ducks were swept off the page and back into the mix. It’s survival of the fittest on this tabletop safari.


1 Response to “tabletop safari”

  1. 1 Gloria Bernal March 23, 2010 at 11:14 pm

    I look forward to following your creative endeavours. A tabletop safari is a good description of your workspace. I am interested to see new developments in your work!

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My name is Ashley Barron and I'm a Toronto based illustrator. This is my online show & tell of new artwork and anything else I find inspiring. Thanks for taking a look :)

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