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Veggies Alive!

The poster I painted for @KingstonFarmersMarket is starting to pop up around town… which means it’s finally Farmers Market season! The first outdoor market is this Saturday (and every Saturday through Nov 23) on Wall Street in Uptown Kingston. Hope to see you all there! Follow @redsharkboy on Instagram or Twitter

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Monster Lunch

Every day growing up my mom packed me a brown bag lunch for school. More often than not, there was something cute drawn on the outside. I try to continue the tradition whenever I can. #NationalPackYourLunchDay Follow @redsharkboy on Instagram or Twitter

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Be Electrific Day!

Feeling supercharged after an illuminating weekend at the #SCBWI Winter Conference. Hope you all had shockingly good Monday, too! #BeElectrificDay Follow @redsharkboy on Instagram or Twitter

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Starting a New Season

Most people feel a little bit of a let down after the holidays, but not me. Because here at Redsharkboy Studio it’s the start of a whole new season: what I like to call the “Season of Love.” For me, the Season of Love it isn’t just about appreciating the one special person in my life, but all the special people in my life. And trying to make sure all these people know just how much love I have for them. Making valentines has always been a yearly tradition since I was a kid. When I was growing up, we always had a big yellow tub of stickers, doilies, construction paper, glitter, glue, markers, envelopes and just about anything and...

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A Hudson Valley Holiday

It’s only the beginning of December and the holiday season is already in full swing. One of my absolute favorite days so far has been Made in Kingston. This is the third year Redsharkboy has participated and this annual event is always a wonderful reminder of all the creative talents living right here in my local community. And all night is filled with the smiling faces (and amazing support) of friends, new and old. This year was held at the Metro again (the former MetLife building in Midtown Kingston), which, if you haven’t had a chance to visit, is a great space for the 75+ Local Vendors, Artists and Restaurants to set up shop. It was great way to debut...

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