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WOmyn

We put the WO in Womyn #boybye #womyn #ladies #women #power #feminine #strength #strengthisbeauty #wo

© Chelsea stephen

Love has a Tide

Personal project titled after Helen Hunt Jackson's poem. #love #tide #oceans #moon #women #feminine #loneliness #returning #helenhuntjackson #lovehasatide

© Chelsea stephen

Cradle

#nature #relaxation #forest #trees #feminine #women #hammock #digital #negativespace

© Chelsea stephen

Wings

Your wings already exist, all you have to do is fly. #wings #women #internationalwomensday #fly #soar #shadowpuppets #shadows #hands #birds #pencil

© Chelsea stephen

Will he?

#trump #notmypresident #nuclear #redcap #president #tension #america #fear #makeamericagreatagain? #power #tinyhands #republicanparty #divided #politics #politicalillustration #politicalcartoon

© Chelsea stephen

Rise Up

© Chelsea stephen

resurrection

September Cover for Gather Magazine. The cover won the Award of Excellence at the 2017 Associated Church Press (ACP) convention awards ceremony in Chicago, Ill., on April 28.

© Chelsea stephen

© Chelsea stephen

Conflict Resolution

Editorial illustration for Gather magazine, on conflict resolution and coming to terms with disagreements.

© Chelsea Stephen

Spilled Milk

An editorial piece on the benefits of changing our perspective in the face of making mistakes, and learning to enjoy mistakes as opportunities for growth and change. Sometimes a mistakes is just a different experience than we anticipated.

© Chelsea Stephen

Generation

Editorial piece for Gather magazine on a mother's experience sharing her ideas of faith with her daughters, as she had learned from her own mother, and in turn learning about faith through their eyes.

© Chelsea Stephen

Resilience

Editorial illustration for Gather Magazine, discussing the role of parents to guide their children through experiences but also encouraging them resilience and perseverance to move through and beyond challenges.

© Chelsea Stephen

Fairness: Towards a Deeper Understanding

An editorial illustration for Gather magazine article, on the concepts of fairness and struggling to accept circumstances that seem unfair at the time. Often people rely on their faith to get them out of difficult situations without realizing they had the exact resources with them all along.

© Chelsea Stephen

Metomorphosis

This was an editorial piece for Gather magazine. The article, title What Mary Knew, elaborated on the inner turmoil and fear Mary went through as she came to terms with the role she would play as the chosen mother of Jesus.

© Chelsea Stephen

Finding Love

Editorial piece from the perspective of a pastor who slowly came to terms with accepting that love takes all forms and same sex marriage shouldn't be turned away from the church.

© Chelsea Stephen

Final Seduction

Final seduction is a personal project on an unlikely love affair in a remote island, and the transformation effects that the love and subsequent loss and heartbreak had on the subject.

© Chelsea Stephen

No Stress

A personal piece inspired by the idea that sometimes we just need to sit back, relax and hope for the best because stressing over situations that are out of our control is futile.

© Chelsea Stephen

Commercial Fishermen Doesn't Refer to Men Only

Anchored In Deep water is a collection of stories and poems by Northwest Commercial Fishermen. This is one of the covers of the 7 chapter books that makes up the anthology, complete with writings about commercial fishing from the perspective of women fishermen.

© Chelsea Stephen

Chelsea Stephen

Biography

Left Pebble Studio is owned and operated by me, Chelsea Stephen (aka Lefty). I am a freelance illustrator living in Portland, Oregon. As a former fisheries biologist, my approach to image making is exploratory and research based. I truly believe that my background in research continues to assist me in creating evocative conceptual imagery in response to basic creative briefs. I loved traveling, so my studio fits into a briefcase, and it goes where I go. Porch decks, retro trailers, and coffee shops are among my favorite places to post up and get to work.

Style/Techniques

Cartoon, Collage, Conceptual, Design, Digital, Figurative, Graphic, Lettering, Line, Line with Color, Pen & Ink, Pencil, Stylized, Texture, Type Design, Decorative, Whimsical, Concept Art

Subject/Specialties

Humor, Animals, Book Covers, Celebrities, Children, Editorial, Family, Food, Leisure, Nature, People, Political, Religious, Romance, Toys & Games, Lifestyle, Feminine, Spiritual, Youth, Edgy