TUESDAY MOURNING


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    Tuesday Mourning grew up in Fort Collins, Colorado where she and her eight brothers and sisters drew constantly. She would look forward to rainy days as they meant a lot of time indoors drawing paper dolls with her sisters and creating elaborate stories about them. She later received her bachelor’s of Fine Art at Brigham Young University where she learned how to draw and paint for a living. Tuesday has illustrated the covers of over 20 chapter books as well as four children’s picture books including the acclaimed Princess Peepers books by Pam Calvert and the popular rhyming story, Billy Milly, Short and Silly by Eve Feldman. She feels ever grateful for the opportunity to be able to work doing what she loves best. When not illustrating, Tuesday loves to spend time with her husband and two boys, crafting, building, reading, exploring, giggling and eating.


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