Jasmine Becket-Griffith

Jasmine Becket-Griffith (born June 4, 1979) is a freelance artist who specializes in fairy, fantasy, and gothic artwork. Her preferred medium is

Thomas Kinkade

William Thomas Kinkade III (January 19, 1958 – April 6, 2012) was an American painter of popular realistic, pastoral, and

Nene Tina Thomas

 Nene Tina Thomas began her professional career in 1994, when she was approached by Wizards of the

Lena Liu

Lena Liu is an artist of unparalleled popularity in today’s collectibles market – art lovers

Jessica Galbreth

 Jessica Galbreth Mythic fantasy artist Jessica Galbreth was born on April 29th, 1974 in Toledo,

Jim Shore

 Jim Shore grew up in rural South Carolina, the son of artistic parents who instilled

Ann Stokes

 The fantasy art of Anne Stokes features striking designs and life like portrayals of fantasy

Selena Fenech

 Once upon a time, on the night of a full moon, in a small country

Andrew Bill

 I was born and raised in Brewood, Staffordshire. Attained an Upper Second Class Honours in

Stephanie Pui-Mun Law

 Stephanie Pui-Mun Law has been painting fantastic other worlds from early childhood, though her art

Linda Biggs

 I began this wild fantasy career in 1999 – and they said “Linda you are

Amy Brown

 “I started painting Faeries in 1992. I’d always been interested in them, but had never

Sheila Wolk

 Sheila Wolk had an auspicious beginning as an art director for a pharmaceutical advertising agency

Renee Biertempfel

Having worked in various parts of the art field over the years I have now

Rachael Tallamy

  “My desire for creativity and art was discovered at age 5 and I’ve been

Linda Ravencroft

 I was born in 1963, A very typical Pisces, always preferring to live in a

Judy Mastrangelo

 Most of my life I’ve been drawing and painting in all genres, from Realism, to

Giovanna Adams

 Giovanna Adams is an award winning full-time artist living in the beautiful hills of New

Christine Bowman

 Ever since I could remember, anything creative seemed to just run through my veins. On

Brigid Ashwood

The constant theme throughout my art is my love affair with the human (or humanoid