I’ve had the pleasure to work with amazing private clients as well as national brands. Here are a few of those stories…just click on the images & links to read full articles and see publications!
FIG Magazine feature
“Authentic” feature-Fall 2019 (click on the photo to read!)
Rainy Day Diaries-Podcast
Getting vulnerable–Listen to some of my stories of creating my business, my fears, and hopes on this delightful podcast with host Jenipher Lynn. (click on the photo to listen!)
Go Take a Bath: Cover Illustration
Cover illustration and design of Go Take a Bath by Robin Kevles-Necowitz
a pleasure to work with … wildly talented
Heather is a pleasure to work with – enthusiastic, positive, professional, wildly talented, timely and responsible. Her “can do” attitude is contagious and refreshing. Highly recommend!
Mollie Makes Magazine
Issues 26 and 29, 2013
Migraine Expressions: Cover Art
My work, the “Eye of the Storm” was chosen for the cover 2008 of Migraine Expressions. This book is astonishingly beautiful and it was a dream come true for me to be a part of it.
her two pieces … have had a real impact
One of the most rewarding aspects of publishing Migraine Expressions was working with so many wonderful artists and writers. April Heather Davulcu is one of those talented artists, and her two pieces of artwork in the book have had a real impact on many people. Not only was I privileged to work with Heather on a professional level, but also I consider her to be a friend. I hope we are able to meet in person some day, and I hope she never stops painting.
“Don’t Let Them Know”
Accompanying the Foreward Written by Migraine Advocate Teri Robert
Tramadol Desk & Spiral Calendars
These calendars featured a different piece of pain art for each month, and served to raise awareness of the various types and severity of pain. They were given out to physicians who prescribe Tramadol. I was extremely honored to be invited and included in this important calendar.
Pain Research & Management, The Journal of the Canadian Pain Society
The author interviewed me and listened to my migraine experiences as well as choosing my piece for the cover. It was such a pleasure working with Dr. Unruh and it felt very validating to share my story on a larger platform.
Also included in the Pain Art Gallery, On Pain Topics: Portraying the Personal Side of Pain
March 2002, “Creative Kid’s Rooms” — Daughter Isabella’s Wizard of Oz themed room Featured
Better Homes and Gardens Special Publication: Home Plan Ideas
Winter 1998, “A Tree House on Lake Travis” – Red Dining Room Wall
It’s an honor to be a member of these artist organizations:
My work has been featured on the following blogs:
- Style Me Pretty
- The Pursuit of Style
- Wine and Paper Blog
- Stitch Freak
- Meet Me at Mike’s
- Wedding Party App
- TrashN2Tees: DIYU