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My illustrations are a display of nature's finest elements, morphed & recreated into something beautiful and original. They embrace passion & inspiration & aim to evoke these feelings in those who view them. I hope you enjoy dotting my artwork as much as I've enjoyed creating them.
Eydelia is a line of small mixed media artworks designed by USA-Based artist, Alina Eydel. Alina’s work ranges from figurative to abstract and incorporates unusual materials such as glass beads, pearls, silver/gold leaf, and eco-friendly butterfly wings.
Carlie grew up in Byron Bay, Australia, which influenced a love of animals and all things colourful! Be enchanted and let your imagination soar with this vibrant and detailed collection by Carlie Edwards.
Christine Friend is an Australian illustrator with a passion for realistic wildlife illustration and detailed geometric floral designs. She holds degrees in Pharmacy and Natural History Illustration, and enjoys combining science and creativity to showcase the beauty of the natural world through her art.
From a very young age, I had a love and appreciation for art. I would sit for hours watching my Grandfather as he told a story through his brush strokes, creating beautiful landscapes in oil. I went on to study art in college and began my career as a staff artist in advertising. After starting a family, I turned to freelance work and found my real calling when I was blessed with a commission to paint the Stations of the Cross for my church in California. From that point on, I knew what my life's work was supposed to be, to use God's gift to the best of my abilities.
I grew up in the Adirondacks of New York state and started drawing at 3 according to my Mother. I attended the New England School of Art in Boston after high school, and went on to freelance illustration. I have been doing my illustrations for the past 40 years. I presently live in beautiful Portland, Oregon with my 3 rescued kitties. Nature is my favorite subject, its simplicity on one side and complexity on the other. I view the world as a puzzle, each piece being necessary.
Garry Fleming grew up in Sydney’s south, close to the scenic George’s river. His artistic talents were passed down from his parents. His father, George Fleming was a master lead lighter while his mother Jane, was a seamstress and clothing designer. His great love is to paint wildlife and write children’s stories and today he is a full-time wildlife artist and book author/illustrator. To date Fleming has had several successful wildlife exhibitions and has had over 140 book titles published in multiple languages. To his credit he has won many awards.
Kelly Horton is an artist and illustrator from Warwickshire, England. She has been an established portrait artist, traditionally displaying her work in exhibitions and galleries in the UK for over 10 years. Kelly is also an illustrator of children's and adult colouring books. She is a teacher of drawing and colouring skills and techniques, teaching students worldwide online.
Marilyn Robertson is an established UK artist/designer known for her floral, fashion and cat designs. Marilyn’s stylish images reflect both Art Nouveau and Art Deco influences, with a contemporary twist. Her designs have been successfully used on a wide variety of luxury products.
Martin Cambriglia is an Italian-Argentinian painter with a passion for music and nature. Graduated in Composition at the Conservatory of Music in Milan, he defines his passion for music and art by creating geometric, dreamlike and dynamic works and using colours and lines to describe movement and harmony.
Sandra Rushton is an artist, avid crafter and ex teacher who since 2017 has been creating products using her own artwork for the arts and crafts industry. Her artwork can be described as eclectic and if you look closer there is always more to see. She lives in Doncaster UK with her husband and two shelties, Seth and Benji.