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Aaron Bartlett is a self-taught painter whose love for discovering himself through art and nature comes to life in his work. Having explored acrylic, water color and gouache, he now combines traditional painting with digital to finalize his pieces. His studio is in the heart of the Rocky Mountains where he is inspired by quiet walks, memories of family holidays and the ever-changing seasons.
Abraham Hunter, is a self-taught, award-winning artist, highly respected among wildlife conservation groups and fans nationally. Starting to paint at age 12, Abraham progressed from selling his work in local restaurants and gift shops to opening his own gallery and being published, all by the time he was 21. “I’ve always been driven inside by a need to create and immerse myself in the world I was creating. I try to express my deep longing for a perfect world, full of peaceful homesteads, villages, and wildlife, telling stories and expressing my faith with my work.
Adrian Chesterman gained a bachelor of Arts degree at Norwich School of Art and then mastered in illustration at the Royal College of Art in London. Since leaving the R.C.A., Chesterman has worked principally as an illustrator working for just about everyone, on just about everything, just about everywhere. Born in London in 1955, he is of Scottish descent and currently resides in Andalusia, Spain.
Ms. Marie, a Scottish illustrator based in England, specializes in whimsical, semi-realistic portraits. An initial foray into bridal design after earning a BA honors in Fashion & Textile Design and the title Student Bridal Designer of the Year 2017 was blocked by Covid-19, so she returned to her childhood passion for art and pursued illustration.
Aimee Stewart is a self-taught digital artist from Washington State who enjoys not being tied down to one genre. She creates works that erase the lines between digital art and traditional art and employs styles as diverse as high fantasy, and surrealism to storybook, Steampunk, and everything in between. Merging color and texture with fanciful themes, her whimsical artworks are is hailed as radiant, positive and inspiring by people of all ages across the globe.
Ms. Trier is an upstate, NY artist whos Starry Night inspired oil paintings have been featured everywhere from Buzzfeed to Huffington Post to Mashable! Her mother, (a toll painter) encouraged her painting from an early age and later, Ms. Trier attended Montserrat College of art and started her own business, Sagittarius Gallery.
Alchemy England is a famous lifestyle brand established in 1977. They design, manufacture and distribute jewellery and giftware for the alternative market, selling into 58 countries across the globe.
Inspired by nature, travels and her family, Ms. Lazareva enjoys working in the fantasy genre, creating fairies, mermaids, and other mystical creatures. Using a Wacom tablet and Photoshop, she has been able to expand from sketching and painting, to coloring books and drawing on ceramics and glass.
Born in 1974, in Kiev, Ukraine, Mr. Levin immigrated to Israel where he entered the industrial and web design program in Tel Aviv and studied for 10 years with Professor Baruch Elron, Chairman of Israel Artist Association. He has shown at exhibitions across the globe and is currently working on themes around Jewish heritage, Tel Aviv, and Venice through the mask. One of his favorite and most utilized techniques is a 16th century, multi-layering technique using tempera and oil without using brush strokes.
Alphonse Mucha (1860-1939) was a Czech artist who is credited with originating the Art Nouveau movement at the end of the 19th century. His much loved advertising posters and decorative panels took over the streets and living rooms of Paris at the time and his ground breaking visual language continues to influence artists and shape the way the world looks today.
Amanda Cheung, aka “Manya Draws”, is a hobbyist in digital artist who uploads daily to Instagram while maintaining a full-time career as a finance analyst and mother of one.
Drawing and painting since she could hold a crayon, Eclectic Scribbles earned degrees in Advertising & Graphic Design and Web Design before circling back to fine art. Based in North Carolina, she loves escaping the ordinary while creating her fantasy and pagan characters in digital art
Ms. Brown resides in the pacific Northwest with numerous house goblins and garden trolls. Working primarily in watercolor, she began painting fairies in 1994 and hasn't stopped since.
Experimenting with color combinations to evoke positive and calming emotions, Diener employs dot painting as a coping mechanism for OCD. A native New Yorker currently based in Bangkok, she incorporates elements of sacred geometry, the Fibonacci sequence, and a tactile quality reminiscent of candy in her works.
Inspired by fairytales, folklore and myths, Ms. Nguyen’s illustrations embrace the realms of fantasy and magic and tell a story with a bit of whimsy. She is a full-time graphic designer out of Toronto, Canada, with a slight obsession for anything floral.
After earning her master's degree in economics, Ms. Degtyarenko realized something was wrong and decided to pursue becoming a full-time artist instead. She spent a couple of very stressful years painting, practicing, and playing catch-up but feels that it was all worth it.
A queer, multidisciplinary artist based in Honolulu, Andi began creating sci-fi and alien-centric art to explore their identity, relationship with femininity, and feelings of otherness. Fortunate to have had a traditional art education, Andi hopes to share all they have learned with artists struggling to find their footing in the professional world.
Ms. Tramutolo is a professional artist and wildlife photographer from Long Island, NY. Her art is a unique combination of abstraction and realism, and she often uses it to support and raise awareness for and the conservation of animals.
Andy, a Signature Member of the International Society of Acrylic Painters (ISAP), is a self taught artist who has been painting in his unique “Extended Realism“ style since 1975. Originally derived from his dreams, his works have evolved to include his imaginings and actual places, but are all portrayed in his perfect, serene, dream-world way. “
"I am all about empowering people to create art they can be proud of no matter what their age or experience level. I try to make the process of learning to paint fun and enjoyable. Painting is a skill that can be developed through practice and guidance and I am honored to be able to help you with your art journey!”
A graduate of the famed “Get your Master’s with the Masters” at Marywood University/Pratt Institute, Angela Trotta has worked in many different genres, and is the only artist ever to be licensed by the iconic, toy train manufacturer, Lionel Trains. Since moving to Charleston, SC in 2007, she has also developed a following for her depictions of Low Country interiors and historical scenes.
A self-taught digital artist, Ms. Havbo creates lofi anime-inspired dreamscapes, mixing techniques such as photography, AI, and digital paintovers. Inspired by Japan's nature and vibrant cities, her work conveys tranquility and nostalgia.
The fantasy art of Anne Stokes features striking designs and life like portrayals of fantasy subjects. Her art covers a broad range of themes, from the romantic and magical enchanted Forest, to the dark underworld of gothic vampires. Classical topics are reinvented with a strong design and impact, and new creatures are brought to life in a unique and eye catching manner. Anne is originally from London but now lives in the north of England, near Leeds with her son Leo and partner John. She started her art career as a merchandise designer and then worked as a freelance illustrator where she worked on a number of book, game and record products, which included producing concept art and illustrations for Dungeons and Dragons. As Anne’s art career progressed she moved solely into licensing her own creations and expanding the ranges of her fantasy themed paintings. Using symbolism within her pictures to convey meaning Anne’s artworks has been widely acclaimed. Working with Art Ask Agency her many paintings have been licensed on a wide range of products which are on sale worldwide, including T-shirts, posters, book covers, calendars, jigsaws, tarot cards, sculptures, mugs, jewellery and greetings cards. She continues to produce new works and has published several books.
Anne Tavoletti was born and raised in western Pennsylvania. She spent 5 years attending college and working as a fashion illustrator in New York City. Anne now lives with her husband, a graphic designer, and two young boys in a suburb of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Having grown up in a home with her father, a fine artist, and her mother and two sisters, all artists, Anne was constantly surrounded by art. She has been painting and drawing all her life.
Anne-Julie was born in 1980 in a small town in eastern France, and is now living in the south near the sea. While still very young, she developed a passion for art and crafts. After studying and graduating from Beaux-Arts, she became a freelance illustrator. She worked for various publishers all over the world. Her work appeared in books and magazines, and she took part in numerous Art shows in the USA. She developed a world that has both a dark side, inspired by the adult she became, and a bright and colorful side, which is a kind of reminiscence of her childhood. Her inspiration comes from fairytales, inner feelings, nature, music & movies. She is now a full time digital artist, and sells her art online.
Based in Adelaide, South Australia, Anthony Christou paints animals and landscapes in a fantastical or surreal way showing a deeper spiritual and imaginative side to nature. By incorporating aesthetics from fantasy, surrealism and mythology from many cultures he hopes to raise awareness around climate change, multiculturalism and the environment. As a digital artist, game designer and graphic novelist, Anthony is known for his work on the video game “The Path of Exile”, and on “Disney Worlds” for the Nintendo DS. He also enjoys taking his fantasy and popular culture paintings to comic conventions across the globe.
Kat is a digital artist who’s been drawing since she was around 9 years old. She attended art school in traditional painting and sculpting but became interested in digital art and learned it on her own. She works in a semi-realism style but always includes her own glossy touch. Born in Lithuania, Kat currently lives in Norway. Though she may be an introvert, she has an oversized imagination and loves drawing and creating different, unique people.
Born in Los Angeles and raised in Orange County, Arline has been painting and drawing for as long as she can remember. And, although she took art classes in school, she could never quite find the time for formal training while raising 3 children and working as a 9-1-1 dispatcher. Best described as a jack of all trades; master of none she finds that painting different things in different styles keeps her excited about painting.
Ashley S. Benson works as a Product Designer by day, and a Freelance Artist by night. Working in vector based digital art, she creates vivid works that are are heavily fantastical. This gives her the freedom to explore color in all its glory.
Ms. Cassady is a digital illustrator, educator, and designer based out of her hometown of Dallas/Fort-Worth, Texas. Inspired by the world of fantasy, fae, and flora, she has developed a love for telling stories through dark and and alluring fictional characters. She enjoys exploring the juxtaposition between these ominous characters and their ethereal features.
Auclair Studio is a collective group of international artists who constantly push creative boundaries through new techniques and technologies. Their artists use a mix of traditional mediums and digital art tools, including AI. Auclair is passionate about shaping the future of imagination through the spirit of experimentation and innovation.
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Barretts work focuses on nature, surrealism and exploring darker realms. Never straying too far from the light, his greatest joy is being able to experiment and play in new looks. Self taught and running on little more than too much coffee and passion, Barrett blends digital art painting and photographic techniques to make detailed, traditional looking compositions. Currently, he is exploring the dark arts mixed with animals, nature and emotional subjects.
Baylee is an illustrator living in Vancouver, BC. She is also a popular YouTuber with over 1.15M subscribers. Initially, she went to school for Animal Science, hoping to get into vet school. After three years, she decided to follow her artsy side, which has been a hobby since childhood. Baylee earned a diploma in Animation Art & Design at the Art Institute of Vancouver, and worked in the animation industry for a while before deciding to take the self-employment route. Baylee shares her art process on her YouTube channel, where she makes all kinds of videos about art. She also has a vlog channel where she documents her day-to-day life as an artist.
Becca is a 26-year-old artist and mother who paints whimsical and intricate acrylic paintings in the fantasy and spiritual genres/ Painting serves as a way for her to connect with her soul and she hopes her work will also help others connect with the creative life force within themselves.
Bella Eve is a versatile artist who works acrylics, oils, and digital art, creating contemporary cityscapes, portraits, and figures. A sense of romantic elegance distinguishes her internationally acclaimed works.
Born into an artistic family. Ms. Moon enjoys creating an eclectic mix of art styles using traditional painting, mixed mediums, digital art, and AI. Constantly experimenting, She enjoys letting her imagination take over, leading her on an ever-evolving journey of self-expression.
Beth illustrates and teaches from her home studio (near Chicago) with her dog, Bentley, and a cup of coffee. Hand sketching much of her work, her illustrations and products are designed to celebrate the every day and make us mindful of the simple pleasures that make the ordinary—extraordinary.
A full-time digital artist based in the UK, Ms. Gilbert currently works freelance producing character illustrations, fantasy scenes, and book covers. She loves exploring fantasy themes, drawing the viewer in with vibrant colours and allowing them to interpret the subject in their own way.
Growing up on 92 acres of Pennsylvania woodlands, young Bill and his friends were driving tractors, pickups and “vintage vehicles” by the time he was 10 years old. He has studied at the Art Institute of Pittsburgh, the Indiana University of Pennsylvania, the Ivy School of Professional Art and is currently an instructor at the Centers for the Arts Bonita Springs, FL. Mr. Kreutz enjoys using his artwork to help support charities engaged in Cancer Research and those who assist our US Military Veterans.
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Bob earned both a BFA at R.I.S.D. and an MFA at CalARTS before making his name in animated children’s programs for PBS and Warner Bros. (Chloe’s Closet, Dive Olly Dive, Animaniacs) Born in Waterville, Maine, he presently resides in Peoria with his husband Tom and his cat Gingerbread, Princess Pumpkin head.
A self-taught artist, Bonnie spent the first 30 years of her life on her family’s horse farm in upstate NY. If she wasn’t riding horses, she was sketching them. Although the farm ceased operation in 2000, she continues to be inspired by her life there and by the mountains, valleys and villages that surround it. In 2007 she designed an ornament for the Blue Room Christmas Tree in the White House. Bonnie and her husband Scott still live next door to her family’s farm with their dog Marley and cats, Mitty and Scooter.
Bradley Clark has painted professionally for more than 30 years. As a traditional watercolor painter, Clark designs images in his studio that are realistic and decorative. He also paints en plein air to capture gardens and scenery, balancing the controlled and accidental processes that make watercolors unique. “I’m inspired by gardens and landscapes I seek out in my travels,” says Clark. “I’m a lucky man doing what I love.”
Briana’s unique style continually pushes the boundaries of incorporating multiple art forms (dance, contortion, gymnastics, archery, martial arts, etc.) into paintings that convey the beauty of movement and the essence of light. She creates from her hometown in NY, in Georgia, and at Milan Art Institute, as she converts a school bus into her tiny mobile home.
Art. Words. Design. Brigid Ashwood is a contemporary artist exploring classic themes; reinterpreting mythic and fairytale worlds for a modern audience. She enjoys painting everything from steampunk bugs, clockwork dolls, fairy tales, and myth to designing tarot and oracle decks. While her technique is well rooted in traditional mediums such as egg tempera, oil paint and silverpoint silverpoint, Bridgid also enjoys working in the luminous tones of the digital palette; merging the labored craft of portraiture with the flexibility of modern mediums.
Spanning nearly fifty decades, Mr. Lakofka’s body of work ranges from architectural and interior renderings to fashion design, from hand lettering and promotional art to fine art. Painting predominantly in oil on canvas, he uses his brush to tell a story that is dramatic, intricately detailed, and vibrant in color.
Camilla d’Errico is an Italo-Canadian artist who has distinguished herself through her ability to seamlessly weave comic art and manga with surrealist elements and an extensive emotional palette. Residing on Vancouver Island, BC, she continues to broaden her range into toys, fashion, accessories and other merchandise.
Caplyn is an award-winning fine artist and graphics illustrator who has had numerous National and International art shows. Raised in an artistic family, her father, an engineer and painter, and her mother, a gifted ceramist, both contributed greatly by inspiring and directing Caplyn along her artistic path. She resides in Western New York, with her husband, Ken and her cat, Isis.
Drawing inspiration from Hayao Miyazaki films, Haruki Murakami novels, Shironuri Fashion, goth girls, Japanese Geishas and Chinese Empresses, Mr. Aleman adds strange ethereal lighting to create a visual narrative both captivating and mysterious.
As a little girl growing up in England, Carolyn Steele was encouraged by her artistic father to study art & graphic design. She started her Caribbean paintings in 1992 as a way to extend the afterglow of her visits to the West Indies. She is a self-declared snorkaholic and is committed to nature education and conservation. Carolyn donates a portion of her profits to wildlife and reef preservation projects.
Catalina is a Colombian pattern designer and illustrator based in Barcelona since 1999. She brings the colors and power of Latin-American folklore and refines it with a subtle touch of European sophistication. Flora and fauna are her main source of inspiration, building her own universe from them with beauty and simplicity.
Southern California native Catriona Crehan’s passion for digital art started as a teenager and has since spiraled into her full-time creative business, The Font Diva. Her work has appeared in many forms from popular hidden object game apps on mobile devices to book covers from around the world.
With expertise in various mediums such as tattooing, graphic design, ink drawings, watercolors, and acrylic painting, Cherie brings a unique blend of creativity and precision to every project she takes on. Inspired by mythical creatures and fairy tales, her exploration of digital art has only deepened her passion for her work.
Digital illustrator Cheryl Baker enjoys blending elements of fantasy with realism. Baker invites the viewer to step into a world of magic and enchantment. Inspired by beloved 19th century children’s book illustrators such as Beatrix Potter and John Tenniel, Baker’s illustration style is reminiscent of a time long ago. Her love for vintage décor has also heavily influenced her artistic style. She purposefully chooses soft color schemes combined with delicate details to create truly timeless paintings.
Inspired by the great outdoors, the Divine Feminine, and the human psyche, Ms. Owen works in watercolor, weaving her imagery with a touch of symbolism. Born in the Philippines, she graduated Magna Cum Laude in Fine Arts from the University of Santo Tomas.
Mica G. is a self-taught Argentinian digital artist and graphic design student. She is a harcore anime fan, Disney lover, music addict, and intense day dreamer. Mica speaks both English and Spanish, and is currently studying Japanese and Italian.
18 years ago, during a long bartending shift, an account manager offered Mr. Champine a one-time shot at illustrating a new business pitch for a marketing program for Coca-Cola Co. Chris never looked back. Two decades later, Chris is still passionately making art in the green mountains of Vermont with his wife and children, two cats, and three dogs.
Chrissa is an American artist and animator who found her creative home in Sweden. A lifelong passion for and dedication to her craft began in childhood when doodles and sketches of enchanting elves and fairies ended up in the margins of her math homework. Her love for fantasy stories and mythology is a constant source of inspiration.
Christian Riese Lassen is a self-taught artist known worldwide for his magnificent underwater scenes that blend the real and imaginary. His career has spanned three decades, and his knowledge of human and animal anatomy comes as a puzzle to even himself, as he was never taught any of it.
Sixthleafclover is a self-taught artist who started drawing lizards with crayons around age six. Specializing in extremely detailed and smoothly shaded illustrations, Sixthleafclover loves breathing life and surrealism into characters and monsters.
Christopher Lovell is a self-taught, Welsh artist - based in the UK - who grew up on sci-fi, cartoons, fantasy books and toys. The nostalgia of these still triggers his imagination and pours into his art. As a traditional, fantasy artist, Christopher built his career designing illustrations for bands and T-shirt companies, and is now focusing on his own personal work, creating art without limitations. His hope is to build an educational platform that will inspire like-minded artists to develop their skills and pursue their own careers in art.
Chuck was born and raised in North Carolina. As he didnt receive any formal art training, Chuck tirelessly experimented to find his own techniques and methods over the years. His inspiration comes from of a love of the beauty, a passion for truth, and the desire to create images that both communicate and bring joy to others.
Ciro Marchetti is both a successful graphic designer and a renowned digital artist. Early influences like Arthur Rackham and Ciro’s later discoveries of James Christenson and Michael Parkes combine with inspiration from his collection of old mechanical artifacts to produce richly detailed images of fantasy, retro-tech worlds.
Born in Buenos Aires, Argentina, Ciruelo began his career as an illustrator at an ad agency. In search of a better fantasy art market, he moved to Spain, where he worked for many of the top publishing houses in Europe and the USA. Currently, he writes and illustrates his own books in a charming Mediterranean town near Barcelona.
Claudia McKinney is a digital artist from Evanston, Illinois who loves life and adventure. She specializes in book covers for bestselling authors and has completed over 1000 covers to date. Claudia has enjoyed working relationships with major publishing houses such as Random House, Llewellyn, Simon & Schuster, Schiffer Publishing and Hay House. Her mission is to create meaningful pieces of art that bring inspiration.
Born in Canada, Claudia travelled the world and studied horticulture before landing in Guatemala, working with an NGO building medicinal gardens. She was inspired by the Mayan refugees from Mexico’s civil war who worked beside her and, with no formal training, strove to capture their melancholy souls and inner strength in paint. After 14 years, establishing herself at the heart of regional culture there, the rising violence drove her home to Montreal, where she is still painting full time.
Based out of Vancouver, Canada, Color out of Place creates art using Artificial Intelligence language models combined with Artificial Intelligence visual models. The resulting image outputs are then edited and finished by hand.
An illustrator since his graduation from the Minneapolis College of Art and Design, Corbert now specializes in traditional oil painting techniques. He places a major emphasis on the drawing stage of each project and believes this foundation is a key element to any successful painting. As he states, “I hope we never lose an appreciation for hand-done drawing and painting.
Cris Ortega is a Spanish digital artist and writer. After studying at the Art School of Valladolid, she worked as Art Director at an advertising agency. Her works can be found on book covers, puzzles and posters, videogames, etc. At the moment she works full time as freelance artist.
Cynthia is a designer, illustrator, and artist based on Vancouver Island, B.C. specializing in colorful, hand-lettered art for people who love to smile. Be warned, she wears black and sometimes even swe’rs. However, she loves glitter, dogs, and red wine, and is an aficionado of tiki, mid-mod, and jellybeans.
Mr. Rolando is a digital artist, illustrator, and clinical psychologist working out of southern France. He enjoys the nonsensical universe, like those of Tim Burton and Hayoa Myazaki, his own style landing somewhere between surreal and fantasy.
Born in Erie, PA., D. “Rusty” Rust focused on circus and portrait subjects early on, influenced by his grandfather and Norman Rockwell. Continuing in a realistic style, he became more intrigued by wildlife art, always endowing his paintings with both a place and a story.
After a fire burned down her first gallery in Fortuna, CA and Covid closed the second in nearby Ferndale, Ms. Daetwiler packed up her family and moved to Maine. There, with her nine chickens and a dog, she paints things the way she sees them, creating windows into other worlds through imaginative storytelling. She is a self taught artist whos work often contains hidden elements and a twist or two if you look closely.
Starting out designing tour t-shirts for rock artists, Dan’s versatility and strong work ethic have enabled him to enjoy a highly successful art career in a variety of eclectic styles. Having trained under German sculptor, Paul Rudin at age 11, Dan later studied architecture at Temple University. He now lives in Virginia Beach, VA with his wife and two children.
Daniela Magalhães has a degree in Visual Arts from the University of Algarve, Portugal and has been creating her own style and aesthetic since 2016. Working in digital art, her technique is very clean, focused on line art and soft, warm colors. She enjoys creating characters with big, expressive eyes and mouths against background illustrations full of details that tell a story.
Inspired by her love of fairy tales and a passion for the outdoors, Danielle creates illustrative portraits of ethereal female figures amid natural and cosmic elements. Her goal is to evoke feelings of wonder and an emotionally driven connection in her viewers, and prefers working with acrylic gouache, letting its vibrant colors bring her pieces to life. She currently lives in the Bay Area with her husband and two children.
A self-taught digital artist based in Miami, Florida, Dasha specializes in fantasy illustrations with magical elements and glowing special effects. She is also influenced by the cultures of Japan and Native Americans.
David Lozeau is a figurative painter who creates unique, expressive skeleton characters and puts a modern, Lowbrow twist on traditional Dia de los Muertos iconography. Originally from rural New Hampshire, David earned a degree in graphic art and enjoyed a successful career in commercial work before moving out to the San Diego area of Southern California. There, he adopted the moniker DLo. and refocused on his unique, layered painting style.
As a digital artist for the past 15 years and a traditional artist for the 25 years previous to that (paint and brush on an easel), David currently lives among the vineyards and orchards with his wife of over 30 years. He is represented by one of the worlds leading art licensing agencies , and has quickly become one of the most requested artists over the past few years. His mother shares a vivid memory of picking him up after his first day of school, only to take him directly to an art supply store. It was here where she had seen what he’d created in class and knew she must help him pursue his talent. “This was his destiny, he was an artist.” And so it was.
Based out of Hampshire, England, artist David Penfound’s early work focused on wildlife, fantasy, and Native American themes done in acrylics on board. With the discovery of 3D digital art he found great success in creating visual effects for TV and film as well (CGI and VFX).
David was raised in Oregon and has lived in the Pacific Northwest for most of his life. He is a self-taught artist who is highly skilled in digital art, illustration, oils, and pastels. He sees his art as a way to bring people to a place of beauty and nostalgia and he believes that the creation of art is a gift that brings joy and renewal to our everyday lives.
Although she never had an formal training, Dawn has always had a passion for the arts. After becoming disabled due to a car accident, (she is also a breast cancer survivor), art became even more important part of her life and continues to be her therapy. After working as a director of a non-profit fine arts center for 11 years, her mission is to always give back to the community and others, Dawn resides in Pittsburgh, PA with her husband of 36 years, and enjoys spending time with her family and is especially excited to be a new grandma! Her art is whimsical, unique and filled with special meaning.
A lifelong Alaskan, Dawn creates whimsical interpretations of the natural world around her. Raised traveling to unheard-of destinations known for hard adventure, Dawn gained an appreciation for other cultures that continue to influence and inspire her today.
Mr. MacAdam is a renowned illustrator based in Southern California with nearly three decades of experience in the field. His colorful, whimsical, and fun illustrations, unique style, and attention to detail have garnered widespread recognition and have been featured in numerous publications.
Although creative fun is the recurring theme in much of her work, the more serious side of Debbie’s art is inspired by nature. Her use of vibrant color and whimsical imagery is a reflection of her and her outlook on life, choosing to “see the happy side of life and create something that makes people laugh, smile or think about the world in a different way.”
A contemporary painter based on the east coast of Australia, Deborahs paintings reflect her love of the beach and surf culture, and the fauna and flora found throughout Australia. Born in Zimbabwe, Deborah earned a degree in Psychology and Visual Communication and spent ten years working as a graphic designer in South Africa, the UK and Australia before returning to painting full time in 2003.
Deborah Malcolm creates bold, colorful, vibrant landscapes and fantasy scenes. She loves to travel, gaining inspiration from all over the world, and has recently returned to her native United Kingdom after a decade in the USA. As a keen Diamond Painter herself, Deborah is delighted that she gets to share her art through Diamond Art Club kits.
Demelsa is a freelance illustrator based in the UK who is interested in all things magical, supernatural, and otherworldly. She paints on a Cintiq in Photoshop with the odd pencil sketch thrown in as a starting point.
Ms. Dundon is a full-time artist living and working out of Arvada, Colorado. Nature is her inspiration – its powerful beauty, endless strength, and difficult simplicity. She enjoys working in various genres – landscapes, animals, abstract art, etc.letting her artwork speak with bright, yet harmonious colors and textures.
Derya is an award-winning artist and illustrator with a bachelor’s degree in Textile and Fashion Design. She has worked both with world renowned fashion companies and as a freelance artist, creating her own personal brand of coloring books, and enjoying how customers from all over the world bring to life each of her illustrations.
Born in Germany and based in Istanbul, Derya earned a bachelors degree in textiles and fashion design from Mimar Sinan Fine Arts University, and worked in the fashion industry until she fell in love with digital art! Now, she enjoys seeing how people, from all over the world, give life to the illustrations in her coloring books with their amazing colors.
Based out of Los Angeles, Ms. Levin has always had a penchant to draw upon the fun, but darker, types of creatures. Finding inspiration from old folk tales, horror movies, and novels, she loves to create things that tickle your funny bone or, more likely, want to nibble on it.
Diane Kater began her artistic journey at a very early age, drawing and coloring her way through childhood. Continuing into a more learned environment, she participated in a commercial art program in high school and then onto art school where she graduated with an associate’s degree in advertising and design. She worked in the commercial field as an art director of an advertising agency until she branched out onto her own and specialized in graphic design.
A self-taught professional, Tirigall started his career designing motion graphics for television, film and advertising. After creating designs for print-on-demand companies, Tirigall subsequently licensed exclusive pieces for companies specializing in wall art. True to his experimental approach, Tirigall has found a unique signature style, combining techniques, mixed media and materials from neo Expressionism, art brut and street art. Tirigall uses text, shapes and drawings scrawled with expressive brushstrokes in primary colors as he sarcastically depicts fragmented pop culture ideas.
Living by Van Gogh’s quote: “I paint my dreams and I dream my paintings” Dimitra describes her style as abstract realism, with romantic elements portraying a dreamy atmosphere where anything is possible. A child prodigy at age 5, Dimitra studied at her parent’s art school (The MIlan Art Institue) and had her first gallery showing at 14. By age 16, she had sold over a million dollars worth of art and products. Then, feeling too controlled and limited and wanting to forge her own path, she now self-represents and continues to develop her unique style to push the boundaries of art. You can learn more about Dimitra by visiting: https://www.milanartinstitute.com/
Dionne Ong is a Canadian artist working out of Vancouver, BC. whose art explores the magic of animals, the benevolence of life and death, and the wild within us all. Growing up in small town Saskatchewan, she became close to the wildlife and believes it is her mission to empower self discovery and human connection via a shared kinship with nature.
Dominic Davison was born in London, and now lives in Buckinghamshire, UK., where he gets inspiration for his idyllic and romantic scenes. His influences are varied and include landscape masters as well as contemporary artists. His hobbies include the cinema, videogames, art galleries, and making music.
Inspired by her Grandfather, Dona studied art at Cal Sate Long Beach and worked many odd jobs to support herself as an artist. After much struggle, she finally landed her fist artistic publishing job and hasnt looked back since. Her principle artistic goal has always been to create heartwarming art that connects with people and spreads God’s message of love.
Based in Central Germany, Dorothea Busch studied Integrated Design, focusing on visual storytelling and concept art. She then began work as a storyboard artist for explanatory films and exhibiting at artist alleys at conventions. She now helps oversee German animation productions for TV and cinema while drawing in her free time.
Im a self-taught artist, which I believe allows me to escape to many areas. Going from something gothic and whimsical to creating sexy pin-up girls would only be the surface of my interest. Being an international artist has allowed me to travel to London, England to participate in one of the biggest art exhibitions. My art work has been featured in several magazines like Tat2 Magazine. I was also part of a project called Street art with no borders so many of my art pieces have been pasted throughout Europe. I enjoy creating big eyed girls and cute whimsical creatures. Most of my inspiration comes from the films of Tim Burton like the Corspe Bride.
Becca Golins started Dragons and Beasties in 2010. Her art style is highly influenced by everything she loved most growing up: Lisa Frank, cartoons, anime, Disney, and comics. The more color, the better! As a child, it was abundantly clear that Becca would have a career in art someday. Every scrap of paper was destined for dragon doodles, all school note margins packed with mythical beasts. Her passion for fantasy creatures started young and only burned brighter as she grew to adulthood. Dragons are her main focus these days, and she is very well known for her highly sought-after clay sculptures. She’s built a fiercely loyal following over the years, allowing her to become a full-time artist and creator. She often posts timelapse videos of her working on sculptures and drawings on her social media pages to encourage other growing artists and share her process. She lives a quiet, happy life with her little girl, 2 pet rats, and husband in Utah. Together, Becca and her husband run her thriving art business Dragons and Beasties, which has now expanded into vinyl figures, coloring books, enamel pins, and other collectibles featuring her art. The sole purpose of her creations is to bring light and joy to all those who see it, just happy little beasties that want to brighten your day and warm your heart!
Dru Kuhlman is a digital composite artist out of Colorado who combines photography with elements of art to create collage designs. Her love of Celtic folklore is the basis for many of her imaginary designs, bringing them to life in designs full of magic and bright colors.
Ed Beard Jr. gained pop culture name status through his over 100 works in Magic the Gathering card game, automotive airbrush art, Tolkien art, Lord of the Rings and the Hobbit art as well as Dungeon products. He has created art for over 1000 published products over the past 40 plus years including calendars, art prints, posters, T-shirts, mugs, puzzles, and cover artwork for his daughter Destini Beard and Midnight Syndicate. Ed occasionally does guest appearances on cable television as an airbrush muralist for the custom automotive industry and you even might spot some of his artwork showing up in movies and television shows.
Born in 1984, Eduard studied Graphic Design at the Kharkiv Academy of Arts in Ukraine. Drawing inspiration from his favourite artist, Albrecht Dürer, Eduard produced artwork for numerous magazines before moving on to computer game design. He is now a part of the artists collective, Artbeat Studio, and lives in Poltava with his wife and son.
Living and working out of Finland, Ms. Nikunen combines her passion for design and storytelling into fantastical creations in a distinctive romanticized imagery style. In addition to earning a BA in design studies from the Institute of Art and Design in Vantaa, Finland, Eeva studied display design at the University of the Arts in London.
Originally from St. Petersburg, Russia, Ms. Vladykina is a renowned artist with extensive training in multiple mediums. Despite living in Siberia for many years, she often featured the vibrant hues of rainforest flowers and fauna in her art. Now settled in the San Francisco Bay Area she works mainly in gouache and watercolor.
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Elisabeth Alba grew up in Pennsylvania, Florida and New York City, where she earned a master’s degree at the School of Visual Arts. She works traditionally with ink, watercolor, and acryla gouache, creating works focused on fairy tales, fantasy, and historical subjects. Now based in Western Massachusetts, she shares a studio with her husband, illustrator Scott Murphy.
Bringing nature into a painting is what Elizabeth has been inspired to do for the past 30 years. She enjoys working with acrylics and watercolors as well as fresh cut flowers, creating pieces that are whimsical and fun.
Elli attended Savannah College of Art and Design and later transferred to the University of Georgia, where she received her BFA. Since then, she has maintained a successful career as a professional artist since 1996 and has sold over 10,000 pieces of original art. Elli is married to artist John Milan and together they have raised four artist children. Their family of professional artists created the foundation of Milan Art Institute and recruited a team of exceptional and talented individuals that have helped expand the vision of the school. Elli Milan is passionate about empowering artists. Her powerful art inspires artists around the world to step into their true potential. She has changed the lives of over a thousand artists, helping them find their voice, and turn their passion for art into a profession.
Born into an artistic family in Milan, Italy, Mr. Scanziani was illustrating children’s books by the age of 16. Relocating to India in 1995, he searched for deeper meaning in his life and developed his own style over the next 27 years. Now living in Brittany, France he embraces a range of mediums from stone, to canvas to iPad Pro and works for the joy of all.
Ms. Jarrige is a French artist who loves incorporating fantasy, magic, nature, and female characters in her work. She works mainly with watercolors and gouache, creating vibrant pieces with mesmerizing scenery and patterns.
Named an “Outstanding Woman in the Arts”, Emily is a native Floridian who has received numerous awards and honors. Known for her versatility in both subject and style, she enjoys painting landscapes, seascapes, abstracts, contemporary works, and portraits as well.
Enamorte is a self-taught, digital artist who specializes in gothic fantasy art. Often depicting Victorian-era styles intermingled with exquisite colour schemes and vivid storytelling, her art has been featured in a variety of art compilations, illustration books, and art websites. Among h