Cover Reveal for Little Moss, Big Tree Picture Book now on Kickstarter
Posted 1 year ago and submitted by Mariya Prytula | Share link: http://illo.cc/76210




After two years of research, field-sketching and painting I am very excited announce my new illustrated children’s picture book – Little Moss, Big Tree. Set against the changing seasons, Little Moss, Big Tree is a celebration of the friendships that leave lasting impressions, the moments in life that cause us to pause and reflect, and the enduring magic of the natural world. You can check out the campaign on my Kickstarter page.

Composed in beautifully lyrical language and boasting detailed watercolor illustrations for a classic feel, the book outperformed its original goal of raising $5000, currently landing at appoximately $13,000 raised, with nearly 450 backers, and still 10 fundraising days to go. In addition, the book was picked by Kickstarter as a “Project We Love” selection.

We really want to share this book with everyone. If you’d like a deeper look behind the scenes please follow me on Instagram and don’t forget to check out the campaign.



Mariya Prytula
Children's Illustrator
Austin, USA
                               
www.mvprytula.com…

Specializes in watercolor picture books, black and white middle grade interiors, and nature illustration.

Message Mariya
Profile updated 21st October, 2019
Member since 4th January, 2016
Awards
IPPPY Gold, INDIES Foreword Finalist, Spark Award Honor from SCBWI, Moonbeam Award Best Illustrator, NAPPA Award winner, Austin ArtBoards winner, Reader's Choice Illustration Gold …
Clients
Upon request
Testimonial
Mariya has the exceptional ability to make fantasy more vivid and vibrant. I love the subtle texture and the outrageous detail and realism, as well as the simplicity of it. _________ The illustrations in Little Moss, Big Tree are outstanding. Light pastel watercolors fill the page and invite the reader to escape and all the trees, snail, animals, and leaves are illustrated accurately with soft hues of color. __________ You taught me what was possible and expected when working with other artists.You were so patient with me while working through an unfamiliar etiquette. It was a real kindness.
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