• The Goose That Laid the Golden Egg, by Bethany Culp
    "One day a farmer going to the nest of her Goose found there an egg all yellow and glittering. When she took it up, it was as heavy as lead and she was going to throw it away, because she thought a trick had been played upon her. But she took it home on second thoughts, and soon found to her delight that it was an egg of pure gold. Every morning the same thing occurred, and she soon became rich by selling her eggs. As she grew rich she grew greedy; and thinking to get at once all the gold the Goose could give, she killed it and opened it only to find, nothing."
  • Trickster Jack-in-the-Box, by Bethany Culp
    Cover illustration created for READ Magazine of the Reader's Digest Association for an issue about trickster folklore throughout the world.
  • Vodoun Doll, by Bethany Culp
    This voudoun doll was an artifact created for Vampire: Ancient Mysteries for White Wolf Publishing.
  • Hawk, by Bethany Culp
    Part of a series of illustrations on Chinese riddles: "I wear a tattered straw cape and soar in the sky. My mouth is like a hook; I often snatch away chickens." Answer: hawk
  • Edimmu, by Bethany Culp
    This relief sculpture was an artifact created for Vampire: Ancient Mysteries for White Wolf Publishing.
  • Owlman, by Bethany Culp
    Cover illustration created for PUSH Magazine.
  • Bronze Goddess, by Bethany Culp
    This sculpture was an artifact created for Vampire: Ancient Mysteries for White Wolf Publishing.
  • Dragon, by Bethany Culp
    A series of dimensional illustrations for READ Magazine of the Reader's Digest Association. See him in use here: http://www.weeklyreader.com/monsters/
  • Termite Mound Cross Section, by Bethany Culp
    This termite mound cross section was made for Discovery Channel Magazine.
  • Cuneiform Tablet, by Bethany Culp
    This cuneiform tablet was an artifact created for Vampire: Ancient Mysteries for White Wolf Publishing.
  • Serpent Seal, by Bethany Culp
    This clay serpent seal was an artifact created for Vampire: Ancient Mysteries for White Wolf Publishing.
  • Mouse, by Bethany Culp
    Part of a series of illustrations on Chinese riddles: "Mr. Grey wears furry leather. His nose is pointed and his eyes are like raisins. By day he hides in your sleeping robes, by night he robs your kitchen. " Answer: Mouse
  • Silkworm, by Bethany Culp
    Part of a series of illustrations on Chinese riddles: "From birth, people call me a treasure. In my first month, I change my outer garment four times. With diligence and hard work, I labor for humans, but when my house is built, I drop off to sleep." Answer: Silkworm
  • Fly, by Bethany Culp
    Part of a series of illustrations on Chinese riddles: "On my head a red tasseled cap, on my body a green gauze robe. Wings grow on my back, hair grows on my legs." Answer: Fly
  • Spider, by Bethany Culp
    Part of a series of illustrations on Chinese riddles: "A strange and curious old man casts his net in mid-air. Mornings it catches pearly beads; evenings it catches little insects." Answer: Spider
  • Swallow, by Bethany Culp
    Part of a series of illustrations on Chinese riddles: "A young lady, black on black, goes south for the winter and north in spring. Wishing to cut the brocaded clouds, she takes her scissors and soars in the skies." Answer: Swallow
  • Bat, by Bethany Culp
    Part of a series of illustrations on Chinese riddles: "I'm like a mouse but not a mouse; I fly and soar without feathers. My eyes see nothing; sleeping, I hang head-down." Answer: Bat
  • Shrimp, by Bethany Culp
    Part of a series of illustrations on Chinese riddles: "The old hump-backed gentleman has a chin full of wild whiskers. While alive, he has no blood. After death, his body turns red." Answer: Shrimp
  • Flesh Golem, by Bethany Culp
    A promotional piece created for the Sci-fi/Horror genre.
  • Butterfly, by Bethany Culp
    Part of a series of illustrations on Chinese riddles: "On my head are two long hairs, on my body a gorgeous gown; I dance and flutter amidst the flowers, carefree and at ease." Answer: Butterfly
  • Deer, by Bethany Culp
    Part of a series of illustrations on Chinese riddles: "On my head I wear a fork, on my back a dappled gown. I'm not a donkey, nor again a horse; when I run I fly like the wind." Answer: Deer
  • Three Mountains: Part 1, by Bethany Culp
    First of a series of three illustrations created for the Shavat issue of Tzivos Hashem.
  • Three Mountains: Part 2, by Bethany Culp
    Second of a series of three illustrations created for the Shavat issue of Tzivos Hashem.
  • Three Mountains: Part 3, by Bethany Culp
    Third of a series of three illustrations created for the Shavat issue of Tzivos Hashem.
  • Firefly, by Bethany Culp
    Part of a series of illustrations on Chinese riddles: "There is a summer maiden. She carries a lantern. In the evening she emerges. With her blinking light." Answer: Firefly
  • Turtle, by Bethany Culp
    Part of a series of illustrations on Chinese riddles: "I live in streams deep in the mountains; my mother and father raised me for the curiosity I am. Everyone else is made of skin around bone; I alone am made of bone around skin." Answer: Turtle
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