Artist Profile

A.M.SartorWebsite  |  More EDOs

A.M.Sartor is a freelance illustrator who resides in Seattle, WA. Her style is greatly influenced by works from the Golden Age of Illustration and contemporary pop surrealism. Her art is the result of over ten years experience in the entertainment and publishing industry, and is a mix between traditional and digital media. Although she is an illustrator, her focus is currently on gallery work and self-derived content. Her work has been featured in Spectrum, Beautiful Bizarre Magazine and SI-LA Illustration West.

Aaron MillerWebsite  |  More EDOs

Aaron Miller is an award winning Chicago based illustrator. His focus is with fantasy and science fiction. Working in digital and traditional mediums Aaron creates illustrations for books, games, and the like. He is honored to have been published in Spectrum, Infected By Art, BlueCanvas, Exposé, Fantasy+, and ImagineFX magazine.
Aaron Miller has illustrated over 100 cards for Magic the Gathering.

Aaron WolfWebsite  |  More EDOs

I have been drawing and actively illustrating my whole life, since I can first remember 35 years ago. I grew up in a once quaint town called Maple Ridge, 5okm outside of Vancouver, which has become a drug ravage shit-hole, crowded with mini malls and cookie cutter suburban sprawl. It was and still is surrounded by natural beauty including numerous beautiful lakes, flanked on its south by the mighty and murky Fraser River and the Alouette River runs through the heart coming from the snow capped glacial mountain, the Golden Ears. It was a small farming town for a century and some of those farms still exist in the northern township. It is from this natural beauty and the modern cancerous sprawl and the coexistence/juxtaposition, as well as a fondness for the past that I take from this town and bring into my artwork.

In 2007 I graduated from the Emily Carr University of Art and Design in Vancouver and shortly after paying off my student debt I began to travel, which I have done for a large part of the last decade, calling Vancouver home as well as Berlin, Melbourne, and Lund, Sweden. After nearly 3 years back in Vancouver, I left at the beginning half of 2018 to relocate temporarily to Sydney, Australia to focus on making art full-time and visit with my partners family and friends.

Adam S DoyleWebsite  |  More EDOs

Adam S Doyle's paintings exhibit in cities where he's lived, including New York City, Los Angeles, and Hong Kong. His narratives explore themes of nature, science, human potential, coexistence, energy, mythology, and realms yet to be explored. He loves books and creating cover artwork, which he's done with the likes of Scholastic, Simon & Schuster, Tor and more, as well as several children's books. He regularly contributes to card games such as Netrunner and Arkham Horror. Adam always enjoys interesting collaborations, which have been film productions, bands, theaters, podcasts, liquor bottles, media companies, activists, food trucks, escape rooms, and bookstores. His images can also be found on bodies, as fans have demonstrated, they make striking tattoos.

Adriano do CoutoWebsite  |  More EDOs

Brazilian illustrator working out of Brasília. Married, father of two, mostly self-taught, loves SFF art and literature, works in a variety of media, both digital and traditional. Available for commissions, preferrably in book covers and interior illustration. Currently working in video games.

AedanRobertsWebsite  |  More EDOs

Brooklyn-based artist specializing in illustrative, graphic works. Concentrates heavily on exploring visualizing the inner workings of human psyche as well as creating worlds influenced by various spiritual lores.

AkemiArtWebsite  |  More EDOs

Akem is Nigerian-Canadian. Her Mythic Texture work is based on illustrating dream worlds inspired by half remembered tales from Nigeria when she was young.

She seeks to inject vivid dream worlds of discovery, adventure, and magic into Afro Fantasy.

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Alan PollackWebsite  |  More EDOs

Alan Pollack was born in New Jersey in 1964. Influenced at an early age by artists such as Frank Frazetta and Boris Vallejo, Alan knew that fantasy/sci-fi illustration would be his career of choice.
After graduating from high school, he studied at several colleges in NYC including the School of Visual Arts, Parsons School of Design, and the New School of Figurative Art.
In his early twenties, Alan worked part-time as a silk screener and a photo retoucher while continuing to build his portfolio. In 1991, Alan was assigned his first cover illustration for Dungeon magazine with T.S.R Inc.
He then found an agent in NYC, but shortly thereafter, was offered a staff position at T.S.R Inc. where he spent the next few years surrounded by great artists while honing his skills.
Since then, Alan has worked for many of the industries gaming companies, including Wizards of the Coast and Blizzard Entertainment , and has graced the covers of most of the leading book publishers in this country, including Harper/Collins, Daw Books, Del-Rey, Baen Books, Tor Books, ROC and the Science Fiction Book Club.
Alan has also had the honor of being chosen as the cover artist for Spectrum, an illustration annual which focuses on the year's best science fiction and fantasy art.
In 2015, Alan was one of the top five nominees chosen for the Hugo award for Best Professional Artist.
To see more, visit his website at: http://www.alanpollack.com/
To further support Alan, follow these links:
Store- http://www.alanpollack.com/store
PATREON- http://www.patreon.com/alanpollack

Alejandro CastellanosWebsite  |  More EDOs

My name is Alejandro Trujillo Castellanos, I’m an illustrator creating mainly fantasy art.

I studied Illustration in a small art school in my hometown and after that I graduated in Art History specializing in baroque period, though I’ve always known that my passion is creating art rather than studying it.

Alessandra DzubaWebsite  |  More EDOs

From Montréal, Canada, Alessandra is a surrealist assemblage artist focusing her work on tran-species similarities and connections to an animalistic psyche. Ethically sourced, the work is based on folktales, psychology, and inner demons. Now residing in Kansas City, MO she spends her time most of her time torn between playing with bones and illustrating.

Alessandra PisanoWebsite  |  More EDOs

Alessandra is a fantasy illustrator out of CT. She only works traditionally, primarily in oils but also occasionally in FW inks and egg tempera. From a young ago she was always fascinated with fantasy worlds and that carried over into her art and has never stopped.

Alex NgoWebsite  |  More EDOs

Alex Ngo is an illustrator from Orange County, California. He learned the fundamentals of drawing and painting from attending the Watts Atelier. His work is primarily fantasy and science fiction. Alex enjoys creating art that is darker in mood and with cinematic style lighting. He has worked with Heavy Metal, Paizo, Hit Point Press, Mythic Games, and more.

Alex StoneWebsite  |  More EDOs

Alex Stone is an artist and illustrator from Brooklyn, New York, currently based in Melbourne, Australia.

Alex’s passion for painting is fueled by a love of narrative visual storytelling, and his vibrant work often recalls a sense of awe and nostalgia. He has been drawn to fantastical subject matter since he was young, and painting has always been a way for him to express his love of the genre. Alex graduated with a BFA from the Illustration program at the Fashion Institute of Technology. Since then, his work has found its way into books and card games, and is also a part of numerous private art collections.

Alexander GustafsonWebsite  |  More EDOs

Alex is an award-winning Illustrator, Concept and Sculptor.

Alexandra VerhovenWebsite  |  More EDOs

Alexandra (b. 1994) is an artist based in Toms River, New Jersey.

Alexandra creates oil paintings and mixed media drawings depicting figurative, imaginative realism art. She attempts to give form to things that are insubstantial, such as goals, dreams, and feelings of hope and longing. Elegant characters inhabit ethereal atmospheres that encompass their story. Her use of lighting creates ephemeral scenes that are meant to encourage the viewer to insert their own experiences with fleeting feelings and special moments in their lives.

Her painting technique is inspired by classical methods of oil painting involving a tonal underpainting, and color built up over multiple layers.

Her drawings are mixed media pieces often utilizing graphite, charcoal and pan pastels along with many other experimental mediums.

Alexis AmannWebsite  |  More EDOs

My art practice explores my uniquely personal narrative world of characters within a landscape that is a mix of mythical and natural, magical and mundane, part Oregon, part California, and part in-between Otherworld.

I make paintings, drawings, installations, illustrations, comics, and other objects that reflect this weird world—a place where you’ll encounter dancing fish, sentient turnips, werewolves, witches, harpies, magic cottages, mermaids, plants, monsters, and all manner of flora and fauna in between.

I was raised on the wild Oregon Coast, and have been based in the San Francisco Bay Area for almost two decades. I draw inspiration from the beautiful West Coast in both urban and rural environments – the city, forest, and ocean, of California and the Pacific Northwest. My work references and weaves together literature, mythology, dreams, natural history, fairy tales, and fantasy tropes, along with personal narrative, creating a resonant and unique visionary narrative world.

I earned my MFA in Painting from San Francisco Art Institute, and my BA in Drawing/Painting/Printmaking from Portland State University. I’ve exhibited my artwork in galleries widely, including Los Angeles, New York, Portland, Seattle, Detroit, and around the San Francisco Bay Area. I also enjoy teaching art and have developed and taught classes and workshops on narrative drawing and intuitive drawing and painting that focus on guiding students to develop their own unique inner vision in their art practice.

Alexis TriceWebsite  |  More EDOs

From a very young age, Alexis Trice has had an unrelenting obsession with drawing and painting, alongside a deep fascination with the flora and fauna often portrayed in her work. After graduating from The School of Visual Arts with a BFA in Illustration, she started her career primarily painting in oils. Trice sustains her strong connection with nature through volunteer work in the invertebrate wing of the American Museum of Natural History, assistant biology field work in the Amazon, and constant countryside excursions.

Trice’s work explores animal dignity, the cruelty of nature, and human interference. As death and suffering feed back into life and beauty, Trice breaks down and builds upon the destruction wrought by manmade forces. Our negligence, waste, and consumption are reflected back through an animal pain and victimhood we cannot separate ourselves from. Man, too, is animal, and Trice conveys this truth through a visual language of discomfort, fragility, and grace. Her work reminds us of the urgency of threatened landscapes, the contrivance of freedom, and the exquisiteness of a single still moment.

Trice resides in New York City.

Alix BranwynWebsite  |  More EDOs

Alix is a Bay Area illustrator for the games industry. Her work is primarily in fantasy and horror, with a focus towards the dark and creepy.

Allen DouglasWebsite  |  More EDOs

Allen Douglas was educated at Syracuse University and has been freelancing as an artist for over twenty-two years for many notable editorial and book publishing clients, including Penguin Putnam, Tor, Berkley, Random House, Scholastic, HarperCollins, Harcourt, Little Brown, Macmillan/McGraw-Hill, Disney- Hyperion, Bloomsbury, Bookspan, Wizards of the Coast, Upper Deck, Weekly Reader, and Realms of Fantasy. Some of the licensed properties he has created work for include Star Wars, The Lord of the Rings, A Game of Thrones, Percy Jackson and the Olympians, and Dungeons and Dragons.

His artwork has been recognized by many prominent juried illustration competitions including Spectrum: The Best in Contemporary Fantastic Art, the Society of Illustrators of New York and Los Angeles, Art Renewal Center’s Annual Salon, Ballistic Publishing and Step-By-Step Graphics.

When not working on commercial illustration assignments, Allen is creating artwork that, while firmly dwelling in the realm of imaginative realism, plays homage to the natural world, depicting animals in both a familiar and unexpected way. He often turns to folklore for the concepts of his work and distorts size relationships, environments, or the animals themselves to create visions that are truly unique, while at the same time paying homage to animals' natural physical attributes and behaviors.

His studio is located in Rochester, NY on the southern shores of Lake Ontario.

Allen WilliamsWebsite  |  More EDOs

Allen Williams is an award winning illustrator, concept artist and writer. From a young age he felt at home with a pencil in his hand drawing constantly. After starting college he found himself painting or drawing more than his assignments so he made the plunge and for over 25 years has applied his talents to everything from illustration for gaming companies, book covers, concept work for major motion pictures and television and personal work on display in galleries and shows across the United States, Europe and Asia.

Amber FengWebsite  |  More EDOs

Amber recently decided to pursue illustration full-time after a lifetime of drawing and painting as a hobbyist. She loves to paint figures in surreal scenes, heavily inspired by a childhood of anime and fantasy.

Outside of art, Amber likes to dabble in ceramics and other crafty hobbies, play video and tabletop games, read fantasy novels, and chase her two year old around the house.

Amelia LeonardsWebsite  |  More EDOs

Amelia Royce Leonards is a graduate of Montserrat College of Art in Beverly, where she spent four years baffling her peers and professors with drawings of goddesses and antlered women. Her work is influenced by the beauty of ancient myth, folklore, and the natural world around us. She can usually be found somewhere deep in the woods, sketching odd creatures and eating chocolate chips.

Ana NevesWebsite  |  More EDOs

Ana Neves is a self-taught traditional artist who focuses on expressing her art with traditional mediums. In her teens she stumbled upon illustrated stories, which gave her the urge to tell stories through imagery herself. She started creating art by using colour pencils, as it was the only medium at hand. Later on she found out that she could improve her art by including water based paints such as acrylics. Knowing her inspiration derived from fantasy, fairy tales and storytelling, she combined those elements to share her world on paper.
She has worked with self-publishing authors, worked on inner book illustrations, participated on online galleries and contributed for 78Tarot decks which were crowdfunded successfully on Kickstarter. Ana has worked with U.S. Game Systems, Inc. on her Oracle deck, soon to be published.

Andrea SiplWebsite  |  More EDOs

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Andrea is an artist who lives and breathes to show others that there is beauty where most people forget to look and can’t help but surrender to itch ”the flicker" of starting a new piece when she hasn’t created anything for a while. Born in Venezuela, she has dedicated herself to the pursuit of the Arts in the US. She holds a Bachelor’s and a Master’s degree in Illustration.

Andrew SidesWebsite  |  More EDOs

Andrew Sides earned a B.F.A. in sequential art from Savannah College of Art and Design, and continued his studies with Watts Atelier of the Arts. As an illustrator, he has worked in advertising, storyboarding, games, publishing, galleries, and apparel design. Some of his past clients he has worked with include Universal Studios, Disney, Hard Rock, Wyrmwood, Gearbox, Netflix, and more.

Outside of comissioned work, Andrew continues to pursue his craft through his personal projects in various galleries across the US. Although his gallery and personal work trends towards dark fantasy, he has a deep appreciation for past artists like JC Leyendecker, Alphonse Mucha, Bernie Fuchs, and David Grove.

Currently, Andrew Sides resides with his family in Orlando, FL.

Angelika RasmusWebsite  |  More EDOs

Angelika is a Polish artist living in the UK. She works predominantly in watercolors and pencils, creating melancholic portraits and paintings with a hint of surrealism. Her work often features animals and plants as metaphors and symbols for many different topics. She takes inspiration from every day life and the rapidly changing connection between nature and humanity.


Ania MohrbacherWebsite  |  More EDOs

Ania Mohrbacher is an imaginative fantasy artist living and working in Sarasota. While she has experience with a variety of traditional media, her current favorite is watercolor. She is currently working independently, creating work for self-published projects.

Using classic fairy tale characters and themes, Ania builds enchanting moments of wonder and melancholy with a noticeably surreal bend. Every piece is infused with a style of unique organic pattern work that makes her drawings instantly recognizable. Her individual language of patterns and textures permeate every character and object in her worlds giving them a distinctly dreamlike quality.

Anna ChristensonWebsite  |  More EDOs

I am a concept artist and illustrator living in Decatur, GA. In my work you'll find my interests in nature, beauty and horror, psychology, and story.

Anne Marie FiliatreaultWebsite  |  More EDOs

A.M. Filiatreault is a self-taught illustrator who took a year in college to try the Fine Arts program before realising it wasn't for her. From a young age she has been fascinated by how cultures view death, the folklore surrounding the macabre and dark, the occult arts, and those cute l'il cryptids.

Anne Marie's preferred medium is ink on bristol, with the addition of graphite from time to time.

Annie Stegg GerardWebsite  |  More EDOs

Annie Stegg Gerard has a special love for the 18h century Rococo painters who have had a large influence on her own method. She finds inspiration in their imagination, and the dreamlike palette and lively brushwork that combine to create a wonderful atmosphere of enchantment. She believes that they sought to transport us to different worlds and fantastic places though their works. In her own work, known for it’s beautiful, enigmatic figures and lively creatures, Annie strives to depict this same transportive effect to the viewer.

Anthony MoravianWebsite  |  More EDOs

Anthony Moravian is an illustrator that uses classical techniques to create realistic science fiction and fantasy themes. He specializes in charcoal drawings and oil paintings.

Anthony was born and raised in Brooklyn, New York and began drawing at the age of three. During his childhood, Anthony had a passion for drawing, using inspiration from the comics he kept in his basement. He was also fascinated by the imaginative world of science fiction, which fueled his love for creating fantasy and science fiction artwork grounded in reality.

Anthony graduated magna cum laude from the Associate program at the Fashion Institute of Technology. Upon recommendation from a professor, he worked sketch nights and events at the New York Society of Illustrators. It was there he began to take a great interest in realistic painting. As a result, he began to work to capture some qualities that were often featured in classical realistic paintings while maintaining his interest in fantasy concepts.

He currently lives and works in New York as a freelance illustrator.

Anthony PalumboWebsite  |  More EDOs

Anthony grew up in Pennsylvania and works as an illustrator and concept artist for the comic book, gaming, and video game industries. He lives in Philadelphia with his partner in crime, Winona Nelson.

April SolomonWebsite  |  More EDOs

Aria FawnWebsite  |  More EDOs

My name is Aria Fawn and I am a self-taught artist working full time out of my home studio. Though born in the otherworlds, I was mostly raised in Colorado where I live to this day ♡

My oneiric, dark and surreal art style is inspired by dreams, nature, and nostalgia.

My work mainly features animals with whom I seek to tell stories and offer an open discussion with the viewer.

Much of my work also deals with emotional underlying subjects surrounding mental health and difficult life situations portrayed through fantasy. My aim is to capture real and identifiable human emotions through animal fables, and give viewers a sense of sanctuary.

Aside from nature and animals, music has perhaps one of the most immense influences on my work, which has led to me getting to work on a number of album covers for musicians all over the world.

On the occasions I am not locked away in the studio, I spend my time exploring the otherworldly planes of the earth with my canine familiar, Shinigami, or else writing, sculpting, and obsessing lovingly over dead things.

Ashley FloréalWebsite  |  More EDOs

dedicated purveyor of vibrant misery and unapologetic blackness

Ashly LovettWebsite  |  More EDOs

Known for her captivatingly ethereal artwork in chalk pastel, Ashly Lovett is an illustrator, writer and gallery artist. Inspired by folklore and mythology, she hopes to bewitch her viewers with a deep sense of wonder and dark nostalgia. She has done licensed work for FOX Searchlight, Jim Henson Company, Adult Swim, Netflix, SEGA, and more. She received her BA in Illustration from Ringling College of Art and Design and has been published in Spectrum Fantasy Art Annual 22-27, Society of Illustrators of Los Angeles, etc. She lives in Louisiana with her husband Matthew, son Leon, and fat cat Skeletor (Skelly.)

B.C. PeterschmidtWebsite  |  More EDOs

B.C. Peterschmidt has dreamed their entire life of being a visual storyteller. They were born and raised in Minnesota and began their career as a freelance illustrator, later graduating from Pratt Institute in NYC. Their debut graphic novel Amelia Erroway: Castaway Commander was published by Graphix, Scholastic in 2021 and took ten years to complete. B. C. Peterschmidt now makes their home in California with their partner and 9 pets.

They love dad jokes and saying micropachycephalosaurus.

Babs WebbWebsite  |  More EDOs

Babs Webb is a Colorado-based dark fantasy artist with an affinity for the occult. Through strongly symbolic visuals, she strives to convey the visceral emotions that push the boundaries of our humanity; a shrewd clash of psychology and fantasy.

Bethany BergWebsite  |  More EDOs

Bethany Berg is an illustrator and concept artist with a passion for creatures and monsters. She has worked in tabletop rpg's and animation and enjoys working on personal story projects in her downtime, all of which of course feature creatures of some kind. She lives in Colorado and pulls inspiration from the beautiful nature and scenery.

Billy NorrbyWebsite  |  More EDOs

Billy Norrby is a fine artist and painter living in New York. Since 2010 he has been in a large number of group and solo shows across the US and Europe and been featured in annuals such as Spectrum Magazine and 3X3.

BokkeiWebsite  |  More EDOs

Boris VallejoWebsite  |  More EDOs

Boris Vallejo is America’s premier fantasy artist. His works are known and loved around the world. Boris is famous for his illustrations of Tarzan, Conan the Barbarian, Doc Savage and many other fantasy characters, as well as movie poster illustration, advertisement illustration, and artwork for collectibles, trading cards, and sculpture.

Born in Lima, Peru, Boris attended the National School of Fine Arts in his native country before immigrating to the United States in 1964.

He has since done a great volume of work for the Fantasy field, having worked for virtually every major publishing house with a science fiction/fantasy line. Boris has also illustrated for album covers, video box art and motion picture advertising.

Breeyn McCarneyWebsite  |  More EDOs

Breeyn McCarney is an artist and designer based in Canada. After a decade designing custom couture fashion specializing in traditional hand-embellishment including embroidery and beading, she now creates 3D light-reflective pieces using those same techniques blended with hand-cutting, painting and shaping sequins. She twists natural and supernatural themes, merging science and fairytales to lure the viewer into believing in everyday magic. Flowers, insects, anatomy and mythical creatures are her favourite themes. Bones and bugs.

Brenda LyonsWebsite  |  More EDOs

An illustrator who loves birds and the worlds of nature and myth. My medium of choice is watercolor, as well as acrylic, ink, and graphite. I've created coloring books for the Cornell Lab Publishing Group and teach illustration at RMCAD.

Briana MoraWebsite  |  More EDOs

Briana Mora is a freelance artist from Florida with a passion for fantasy and fiction. Her favorite subjects are powerful women, and she enjoys using fairytales, myth and the macabre to empower (and sometimes unsettle) the viewer.

Briana earned her BFA from the University of Central Florida, and has continued her education through mentorships with notable artists like Cynthia Sheppard, Winona Nelson, and Dan Dos Santos.

Brianna AngelakisWebsite  |  More EDOs

Brianna Angelakis was born in Massachusetts in 1990. Growing up in New England, she moved to Florida in her late teen years. In 2013, she graduated summa cum laude from Flagler College in St. Augustine, FL, with a BFA in Fine Arts, a BA in English, and a minor in Illustration. In 2017, she graduated from the University of Florida in Gainesville, FL, with her MFA in Art, with a concentration in Painting and Drawing. She currently lives and works in Clermont, FL, with her husband (artist, Peter Palfi) and cockapoo puppy (Enzo).

Her work has been published by Hi-Fructose, Manifest INDA, Manifest INPA, PoetsArtists Magazine, Professional Artist Magazine, Infected by Art, Creative Quarterly, and BOOOOOOOM. She has exhibited her work both nationally and internationally in cities including New York, NY; Los Angeles, CA; San Francisco, CA; Chicago, IL; Cincinnati, OH; and Frankfurt, Germany.

Gallery Representation: Every Day Original x Artsy
Artist-in-Residence: Manifest Gallery, Cincinnati, OH | 2017-18
Member: beinArt Collective
Collections: 21c Museum Hotel, Hector Puig Collection, numerous private collections

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Britton SnyderWebsite  |  More EDOs

Britt Snyder is a representational figurative painter in the Boston area. He is currently showing in Arcadia Contemporary Gallery in New York City. Britt has also exhibited his paintings in Sloane Merrill Gallery, Principle Gallery, Fitchburg State University and many others. Britt is featured in Spectrum Illustration Annual 2014, and he received the Muddy Colors Rising Stars Award for his oil paintings.

Bronwyn SchusterWebsite  |  More EDOs

Bronwyn Schuster (She/They) is a Canadian visual artist whose practice explores nature and folkloric narratives through drawing, painting, and murals.

Their work seeks the magic in the mundane, and the ordinary in the fantastic, through a lens that is at once reverential and wry.

Schuster studied realism and figurative art at the Swedish Academy of Realist Art (2013) earning the 4th place award with the Artist Renewal Centers 14th annual scholarship prize.

They sell original art and are also available for hire to create illustrations for books, games, to paint murals on walls inside and out, and other creative projects.

Bud CookWebsite  |  More EDOs

Bud Cook is a painter whose strong command of the human figure is at the root of his illustrative and fine art work. His keen study of life yields a cleverly abstracted and stylized realism. This has led him to work for companies such as Wizards of the Coast, Dark Horse Comics, Scientific American and Johns Hopkins Health Review. Bud shows his personal work in galleries across the country and is an adjunct instructor at Quinebaug Valley Community College where he has been teaching in the Art Department since 2014.

Caitlin FowlerWebsite  |  More EDOs

Caitlin Fowler is an artist based in Northern California. Her work is narrative based, gravitating towards the realm of dreaminess and dark fantasy with a feminine, ethereal feel. While she finds inspiration in everyday life and occurrences, her biggest influences have been mythology, folklore, literature, psychology and the natural world. She works primarily with mixed media using ink, acrylic washes, and colored pencil.

Camille Chua TanWebsite  |  More EDOs

"Frillion" Camille Chua Tan is a freelance Illustrator & Art Director based in the Philippines. She creates ancient imagery for modern eyes using paint, ink & digital art.

Carisa SwensonWebsite  |  More EDOs

Carisa is a sculptor and textile artist specializing in art dolls. With a background in illustration and a passion for mythology and folklore, she melds these interests together by spending her evenings sculpting and stitching life into various mythical creatures and beasts.

Carisa’s work has been shown in numerous galleries across the United States such as Modern Eden and Gallery 1988, as well as international galleries.

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Carissa SusiloWebsite  |  More EDOs

Carly MazurWebsite  |  More EDOs

Connecticut illustrator Carly Janine Mazur works traditionally to bring to life her vision of a solitary world. Her paintings evoke a sense of intimacy within the viewer, inviting you in with solid composition juxtaposed against fine rendering.
Speed-painting videos can be viewed on her Youtube channel by searching for Carly Paints.
You can watch her paint in real time on Twitch under the username ladymazur on Sundays, Tuesdays, and Thursdays starting around 7:30pm EST!

Carly MilliganWebsite  |  More EDOs

Carly works to bring stories to life through her paintings, specializing in imaginative realism and figurative art. Growing up she was always a creative type and wanted to be everyone and everything, which explains why she’s always been drawn to stories. Nothing lets us explore other lives quite the way narratives do, whether they are told through paintings, books, games, animation, or photography. This love for narrative has drawn her to illustrating for fantasy and sci-fi novels. She has a chronic thirst to learn, explore, and experiment. Her academic background is a bachelor’s in zoology with a minor in chemistry. When not painting and experimenting in her studio you’ll probably find her in her garden or exploring the nearby mountains with her faithful and constant companion, Strider.

Carolina LebarWebsite  |  More EDOs

Originally from Colombia, Carolina resides in the United States. The pieces she creates explore humanities connections to nature that are echoed throughout history within beliefs and lore.

“My work begins with pencil, creating fine, beautiful details, then with delicate layers of graphite and occasionally paint, I finalize the art. Using pencil and paint I explore tying the past and the present with gatherings of feather, fur, fins, symbolism, and feminine beauty.”

Caroline VosWebsite  |  More EDOs

Hi There!
I'm Caroline, an artist from South Africa! I work mainly in the film industry creating environments and crazy concepts for fantastical worlds but in my down time I love to paint in oils and watercolors to free my brain! I'm delighted to be here and to have this opportunity to show you some of my art 🙂
If you would like to reach out to me you can find me at www.carolinevos.com. Thanks for your support.

Cassandra BrownWebsite  |  More EDOs

Cassandra Brown is an acrylic and digital painter based in Calgary, Alberta, Canada. Often influenced by nature, nostalgia and narrative, she tends towards the use of bright colours blended with detailed realism. She is often exploring concepts of memory and cultural identity, how the sum of our values can be recorded in what we choose to remember or forget.

Catherine MooreWebsite  |  More EDOs

Catherine Moore is a Bay Area based artist and illustrator. Her work explores the magic and mystery of what we do not yet understand with the beauty of what is already proven and tangible. Catherine’s paintings call the viewer to that marriage of classical and haunting beauty, resembling in subtlety and natural colorings the feeling of another time. With a background in traditional illustration her works often weave a narrative incorporating symbolism and dark humor. She often creates works inspired by movies, books, and folklore frequently focused on themes of the supernatural and imagination.

Catherine has exhibited in galleries across the U.S. and in Germany, Portugal, and Australia. She is currently represented by Peter Pop Art Agency for her commercial illustration work and is the co-host of the Off the Easel podcast. Catherine lives in San Leandro, CA with her husband, son, and a dog named Elvis.

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Charis LokeWebsite  |  More EDOs

Charis Loke is an illustrator and editor based in Penang, Malaysia. Drawing upon literature and visual culture, she makes pictures that evoke wonder and curiosity, depicting fictional worlds and current issues in ink. Charis is currently creating illustrated microfiction inspired by Southeast Asia.

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Charles ChaissonWebsite  |  More EDOs

Hey everyone, 🙂

My name is Charles Chaisson, and I'm a freelance illustrator living in Brooklyn, New York, by way of New Orleans. I enjoy drawing figures and surreal art. Some of my interests include, Psychology, Afro-futurism, Astrophysics, politics, vegan cooking, and dancing.

Chiaki AkadaWebsite  |  More EDOs

Chiaki Akada is a Japanese painting artist based in Osaka, Japan.
Born and raised in Japan, studied Fine Arts in SUNY Mohawk Valley Community College in NY for two years then back in Japan, then started career as an artist.
Using oil pastel and scratching method, her works is detailed and fulled with the powerful colors.
She creates fantasy but reality, detailed and colorful works, and likes to put conflicting ideas in one piece of work.

Chris AmsWebsite  |  More EDOs

My name is Chris Ams. I'm a multidisciplinary fine artist, illustrator and visual development artist currently living in Beacon, NY.

I love to cross boundaries, genres and creative styles through the use of both traditional and digital techniques, while maintaining a consistent focus on underlying narrative, aesthetic detail, and emotional impact.

My fine artwork is an reflection on themes that express our shared, human relationship with time, and our deep, primal, and mystical connection to nature. Each piece is composed through the interplay of media, opposing elements, and symbolism.

Regardless of the means used to create, I always feel the most at home when I'm exploring, making things, encouraging creativity in others, and breathing life into ideas in ways that excite and inspire.

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The Iron Cast is created by medieval fantasy artist Chris Casciano. Inspired by his annual trips to local Renaissance Festivals, Chris seeks to re-imagine medieval knights with both a realistic and abstract approach. (www.theironcast.com)

Chris GuestWebsite  |  More EDOs

Chris Guest is a London based Artist.

He creates paintings in a classic figurative tradition, coupled with a contemporary twist, utilising classical drawing and oil painting techniques, learnt at London Fine Arts in Battersea.

He began painting and drawing from a very young age, and first started making money from art aged just 14, drawing portraits of music icons for other pupils at school.
At age 18, Chris began showing his work in galleries in Cornwall, and has since exhibited extensively throughout the UK and the US.
His originals and prints are collected worldwide, and his art has been featured in many magazines, publications and galleries around the globe.
Chris also holds regular painting workshops around the UK and US.

Instagram - @chrisguestartist

Christine GriffinWebsite  |  More EDOs

Christine is a fine artist and illustrator who enjoys creating quietly weird images, flavored by mystery, goth-folk and mid-western myth. Raised in West Virginia and currently living in central Ohio, she gravitates toward genre subjects—modern fantasy, speculative fiction and light horror—especially those familiar monsters that live under, and sometimes in, our own beds.

Although having earned a master's degree in painting from George Washington University in our Nation's capital, Christine is currently exploring all the ways to manipulate graphite and dry media over thin washes of iridescent watercolor. Gotta get those fingers dirty. The interplay between humanity, nature and power is a beloved motif, and she never tires of drawing clouds or strange eyes. She shows in galleries throughout the mid-west and on-line, and as an illustrator, also works digitally on book covers and interior graphics.

Her life is shared with one husband, three sons, and a punk-ass cat.

Christine KarronWebsite  |  More EDOs

Christine Karron is a Canadian artist and illustrator. Working as a freelance artist for over 20 years, her artwork has been sold worldwide and includes several children’s books and coloring books, as well as oracle card sets.
Christine loves to create fantasy illustrations and characters with a whimsical and narrative touch primarily using watercolor and colored pencils on paper. Her work is influenced by precious memories from her childhood when picking flowers and berries in forests so deep like in fairy tales.
Christine lives with her husband, their three kids and a dog in Central Alberta.

Christine KornackiWebsite  |  More EDOs

Christine Kornacki is a children's book illustrator and book cover artist living in Shelton, CT. Christine has worked for a wide variety of clients in the KidLit and Advertising industries and currently gives back to the community by teaching as an Adjunct Professor at the Hartford Art School. She creates vibrant paintings that invite you into her imaginative world.

Christine R. BayWebsite  |  More EDOs

Christine R. Bay is a Singapore-based visual artist, pop-surrealist and sculptor who dabbles in both digital and traditional media. Her works mostly revolve around using human portraits and surreal elements as a representation of the story she wants to tell and the values she wants to convey. She is now also experimenting with more sculptural projects, exploring the relationship between 3D sculpted elements and the physical space.

Christine RheeWebsite  |  More EDOs

Christine Rhee was born in Seoul, South Korea and grew up in different parts of Southern California and Seoul. She lives and works in San Francisco.

Her work focuses on moments of survival, thriving, and transformation, and how those moments take on a mythic quality in both our own personal stories and in allegory.

Christine feels honored to have had her work selected for Infected by Art, 3 x 3 Magazine, the Society of Illustrators of Los Angeles, Creative Quarterly, and the Communication Arts 2018 Illustration Competition shortlist. She is also a 2018 Chesley Award finalist and a 2018 Illustrators of the Future winner.

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Christopher BuzelliWebsite  |  More EDOs

Chris Buzelli is an illustrator based in New York City.

Christopher MoellerWebsite  |  More EDOs

For twenty-six years I used my art to build imaginary worlds, populated by fantastic creatures. More recently, my desire for invented worlds has given way, unexpectedly, to a love affair with this world. I am experimenting with new approaches, both in terms of subject matter and craft. I am developing my instinct for authenticity... for things with real power. I find myself drawn to landscapes, both outward and internal, that feel real. My paintings document a slow, often frustrating, recommitment to the fundamentals of art, and a reconnection to the human experience.

Chuck GriebWebsite  |  More EDOs

Be careful what you say to your children. Watching Ray Harryhausen’s Jason and the Argonaughts with his father, four year old Chuck Grieb asked how the skeletons “came alive”. His father’s answer, “They got skinny actors” led the boy to a quest for the truth and a lifelong love for the fantastic. An award winning storyboard artist and animation industry veteran; Chuck continues to create art and animation, pursuing his love for storytelling and the magic he felt when seeing Ray Harryhausen’s skeletons come alive.

Corina St. MartinWebsite  |  More EDOs

I am a sculptor and painter living in Richmond, Indiana. The work that I've been creating for the past couple of years combines my love of animals, desserts (mostly fancy), bright colors and surrealism. My overall goal is to bring more joy into the world through the creation and sharing of my sculptures and paintings. I hope they bring a smile to all who see these funny characters!

Other ways to support my work
Shop: www.corinastmartin.com
Patreon: www.patreon.com/corinastmartin
Abend Gallery: https://abendgallery.com/artist/corina-st-martin

Corinne ReidWebsite  |  More EDOs

Corinne Reid is an Illustrator and designer specializing in publishing, editorial and fine art. Delving into the unknown, she uses unconventional imagery to cultivate emotional connections with her audience. Her paintings adopt a narrative melody with accentuating tones of the natural world. Her work is award winning, globally recognized and travels more than she ever will, making its way to Australia, Europe, and across North America.

Craig MaherWebsite  |  More EDOs

Painter, illustrator, wasteland voyager living in the Hudson Valley of New York. Past honors include appearing in Spectrum: The Best in Contemporary Fantastic Art and Best in Show at GenCon.

Cynthia SheppardWebsite  |  More EDOs

Dan CohenWebsite  |  More EDOs

Dan Cohen is a classically trained painter, sculptor and muralist. His work has been shown at galleries and events around the world – and on many buildings and walls.

Dan’s influences include world mythologies, occult sciences, and alternative states of consciousness. His signature elements – beautifully rendered forms, archetypal symbolism, Alien Deco designs – bridge the past and future, magic and technology.

He currently lives in Portland, OR.

“My Superhero Mission is to Re-Enchant the World. It’s all too easy these days to feel disenchanted, as though Magic and Wonder are dead and gone, encased in a tomb made of jaded cynicism and modern materialism. Magic and Wonder are still here of course, waiting to be acknowledged. Re-enchantment is attuning to the humming Soul of the World. It’s revealing the hidden layers of meaning that lie just below the surface of things. It’s playing with possibilities. It’s the feeling of a before unseen world crystalizing right before your eyes. Of peering into that unknown yet familiar world, then having the feeling that something is peering back.”

If you are interested in my work, please visit my website for other paintings, commissions and prints!

Website: dc-creativelabs.com
Instagram: @dancohencreativelabs

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Daniel BittonWebsite  |  More EDOs

I’m an illustrator originally from Ft. Lauderdale, FL currently living in West Chester, PA working primarily in science fiction and fantasy genres. I graduated from the Maryland Institute College of Art in 2019 with a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Illustration.

My love for drawing began in early childhood as a way to connect with my favorite stories, worlds, and games. I love to depict fantastic characters and tell stories through my illustrations which are inspired by dreams, myths, and the ancient world.

My overall goal with my work is to try and depict intimate moments in narrative scenes through limited color palette and layers of traditional texture. When not drawing, you can find me running on the trails or thinking about my next project.

Daniele SerraWebsite  |  More EDOs

Daniele Serra is an Italian illustrator and comic book artist. His main influences and inspirations arrive from weird and horror fiction written by H. P. Lovecraft and William H. Hodgson, Ridley Scott movies, japanese horror films and long time collaborator Clive Barker’s works.
His love for horror culture started before his painting career, making him quickly develop his signature style: high contrast paintings with bright, as well as strong dark colors, curved strokes and shadows, and a particular attention to his character's gaze and expression.
As a comic book artist Daniele worked for Image Comics (Fade to Black, written by Jeff Mariotte), BOOM! Studios, (Clive Barker’s Hellraiser: Bestiary), Titan Comics (Darksouls), IDW Publishing (The Crow: Memento Mori, written by Micol Beltramini), Seraphim INC. (Clive Barker's Hellraiser Anthology volumes 1 and 2, both covers and interior art).
In 2014 Daniele worked with worldwide bestselling author Joe R. Lansdale, on the Graphic Novel “I Tell you it’s Love” for Short, Scary Tales Publications. Daniele’s illustrations have been included in books by Stephen King and Ramsey Campbell and he provided the art for Graphic Novels working with authors like Clive Barker, Marcello Fois and others.
In 2018 Daniele works on “Tommyknockers” by Stephen King (PS Publishing), providing the art for all the three wraparound covers, the interior illustrations and the boxset.
The same year he also worked on a soon to be published project, written by Cullen Bunn.
Daniele’s works include over 250 book covers for publishers from all around the world, most notably: “The Big Blow” by Joe R. Lansdale, ”Voices from the Borderland” by William Hope Hodgson, “Hellraiser: The Toll” by Alan Miller, “Deep Like the River” by Tim Waggoner and “Frankenstein in London” by Brian Stableford as well as artworks for various music releases, like: ”IX” by Shining, “Madman - Szpital Box” by :wumpscut: and “Laurestine” by So Hideous, and also the cover of the limited deluxe edition of the “Nightbreed: The Cabal Cut” Blu-Ray.
Daniele's illustrations have been used as the set dressing of the film adaptation of Stephen King's “CELL” directed by Tod Williams and starring John Cusack and Samuel L. Jackson.

A word from Daniele’s collaborators:
“Daniele Serra makes art of great sensivity and subtlety – he can communicate more in the shape of a line and the shade of a tint than many painters convey in an entire canvas. Look into his world and it looks deep into you.”
-Ramsey Campbell

“Unique and stunning. Daniele is a fantastic artist.”
-Joe R. Lansdale

Two time winner of the British Fantasy Award as Best Artist (2012, 2017) Daniele lives in Sardinia with his wife, his cats, a lot of exotic insects and a huge collection of horror books and

Danny SchwartzWebsite  |  More EDOs

Danny Schwartz is an illustrator, painter, and character designer living and working in Brooklyn, New York.

Other ways to support my work:
Print Shop: https://www.inprnt.com/gallery/dannyschwartzart/

Daria AksenovaWebsite  |  More EDOs

Daria Aksenova is best known for her pen and ink, suspended, cut paper narrative shadowboxes. The current focus of her work is the creation of cinematographic storytelling through constructed dynamism - arising from layering and complexity of composition - within a static media, inspired by her past experience with the fashion and film industries.

Daria Aksenova uses ink as it is an unforgiving medium that precludes editing and demands precision. Individual elements are then hand-cut with a scalpel and suspended against each other until the desired depth is achieved. Her technique demands a steady hand and unfailing commitment, often requiring over a hundred hours of dedication and intimacy with each piece.

The Subject matter choice is driven by her interest in symbolism, often reflecting conflict inherent to the human condition, as echoed through mythology and folklore. The balance of playful storytelling coupled with deeper-seated significance provides unique yet relatable work. Her pieces evoke a dreamscape-like narrative that pulls in both the eye and mind, presenting space and opportunity for the imagination to wander into a deep narrative that can only be experienced first hand.

Daria TheodoraWebsite  |  More EDOs

Daria is a semi-hermit illustrator drawing things from the cute to the pretty or the weird in her cave in Boston suburb. She draws to eat desserts.

Daria Theodora

Daria Theodora is freelance illustrator and gallery artist living in the Boston Area. She works with a variety of materials ranging from oils, inks, colored pencils, gouache and watercolor, all the way to digital works. What remains the same is her unique visual language that combines intricate detail, delicate yet confident line, and the big influence from manga.

Her works have been featured in Spectrum 25, ImagineFX, Illustration Age, and Illustration West 54 and 55. She has also participated in several groups shows, including but not limited to, Haven Gallery (Northport, NY), Helikon Gallery (Denver, CO), La Luz de Jesus Gallery (Los Angeles, CA), and Light Grey Art Lab (Minneapolis, MN).
In her spare time, she enjoys leisurely strolls in the woods, biking, traveling, and finding the best coffee and ice cream in town.

Dave DormanWebsite  |  More EDOs

Dave Dorman is an Eisner award-winning illustrator who has been working as a professional artist since 1979. He is best known for his photo-realistic renderings of action and fantasy subjects.

Dorman's work has been seen featuring such hot pop-culture properties as Star Wars, Indiana Jones, Aliens, Predator, Batman, GiJoe, amongst so many others. His unique blend of oil and acrylic creates dynamic textures and details within his paintings.

David NataleWebsite  |  More EDOs

David Natale is an internationally exhibited artist focused on fantasy, science fiction and horror genres with interests in imaginative figure and creature design. His paintings are primarily done in oils, acrylics and graphite.

David's love of nature and particularly botany is a strong influence in his artwork. His paintings portray a shared connection and participation with the natural world that can easily be forgotten in modern life. Perhaps, through a better communion with nature, we might live more empathetic and compassionate lives.

David works from his home studio in Los Angeles, CA where he lives with
his wife and cat.

David PalumboWebsite  |  More EDOs

David Palumbo is a Philadelphia based illustrator and fine artist.

DianitaWebsite  |  More EDOs

Dianita is a fantasy artist born in Veracruz, Mexico. She has found that Fantasy provides her with the perfect language to portray her deepest emotions. It's where she finds freedom to explore fears, hopes and that wish for connection between all living creatures and our world.

Cover artist for Mermaids Monthly magazine (April 2021). Artist for "The Unbridled Spirit Tarot" (Llewellyn, 2024).

Donato GiancolaWebsite  |  More EDOs

From J.R.R. Tolkiens' The Lord of the Rings to Botticellis' La Primivera, Donato Giancola balances modern concepts with historical inspirations to bridge the worlds of contemporary and historical figurative arts in his paintings. His influences encompass strolls of New York City streets as well as pilgrimages to museums - including the Uffizzi, Prado, Louvre, and Hermitage. Donato recognizes the significant cultural role played by visual art and makes personal efforts to contribute to the expansion and appreciation of the narrative genre that extend beyond the commissions of his clients. To those ends, the artist teaches at the School of Visual Arts in New York City, the Illustration Master Class in Amherst, Massachusetts and online through the SmArt School, and appears at various institutions, tournaments, and conventions worldwide where he performs demonstrations and lectures on his aesthetics.

Born in 1967 and raised in Colchester, Vermont, USA, art was always a hobby for the artist. It was not until the age of twenty that Donato enrolled in his first formal art class and began his professional education. After graduating from Syracuse University Summa Cum Laude with a BFA in Painting in 1992, Donato moved to New York City to immerse himself in the inspired and varied art scene. Formative years in the early nineties were spent as the studio assistant to the preeminent figure painter Vincent Desiderio, and long days of study in the museums of New York. It was then that his love and appreciation of classical figurative art took hold as his commercial illustration career flourished.

Since beginning his professional career in 1993, Donato’s list of clients has grown to include major book publishers in New York to concept design firms on the West Coast: notables include The United Nations, LucasArts, National Geographic, Scientific American, CNN, DC Comics, Microsoft, The Village Voice, Playboy Magazine, US Postal Service, Wizards of the Coast , Scholastic, Simon&Schuster, Tor Books, Random House, Time/Warner, The Scifi Channel, Milton-Bradley, and Hasbro. Merits range from the Hamilton King Award from the Society of Illustrators in 2008 to twenty-three Chesley Awards from the Association of Science Fiction and Fantasy Artists, three Artist Hugo Awards for outstanding professional work from the World Science Fiction Society, notable awards from the Art Renewal Center, and six silver and two gold medals from the juried annual Spectrum: The Best of Contemporary Fantastic Art.

Donato lives with his wife and two daughters in Brooklyn, New York.

Dory WhynotWebsite  |  More EDOs

Dory Whynot is an American artist based in the New England region of the United States. Working primarily in watercolor and ink, she focuses on portraiture and the human figure. She creates artwork through themes of nature, fantasy, romance, and the macabre, contextualized in the blurred threshold between physical and surreal states of being. Through her work she also likes to explore the concept of nostalgia and memories, and the physical sensations and emotional states that hold onto them, often taking influence from her childhood growing up in rural Maine.

Drew BakerWebsite  |  More EDOs

Born in the American Southwest, Drew studied Fine Art at Montserrat College of Art and Yale University. An award-winning artist and illustrator, he has done work for some of the most demanding and recognized properties in the world.

Photo courtsey Greg Preston, and Spectrum Fantastic Art Live

Ejiwa "Edge" EbenebeWebsite  |  More EDOs

Ejiwa "Edge" Ebenebe is a Nigerian-Canadian artist/illustrator currently based in BC, Canada. While their parentage is Nigerian, they were born outside of their homeland, and went on to experience multiple cultures throughout their childhood and early adulthood.

As an immigrant artist, they wrestle with the concept of community and identity, both within themself and in the work they create, and strives to create representation for voices (particularly Black and/or LGBTQ+ folks) who are often pushed out of positive, empowering narratives.

But also echoing throughout their work is a love for the whimsical, ethereal visions of the fairy tales and folk stories they grew up immersed in. From their passion for rich, vibrant colours, to the love of elaborate ornamentation, their varying homes have moulded their creative perspective in strong ways.

Though they are currently currently building their life in Canada, these roots continue to weave themselves throughout each piece they create. In combining all these influences they hope to create artwork that is both uplifting and whimsical, a respite from life’s rigors.

Other Ways To Support Their Work:

Print Shop: Inprnt.com/gallery/ArtOfEdge
Patreon: Patreon.com/ArtOfEdge

Eli MinayaWebsite  |  More EDOs

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Elisabeth AlbaWebsite  |  More EDOs

Elisabeth Alba is an illustrator, exploring fantasy, whimsy, folklore, and mystery within her work. She received her MFA in Illustration at the School of Visual Arts, and now lives and works in Western Massachusetts.

Elliot BouriotWebsite  |  More EDOs

Elliot is a French traditional illustrator working with coloured pencils (and the occasional gel pen). A self-taught artist, he favours fantastical, ornate designs full of vibrant colours which fit his fantasy/horror leanings. He loves bats, baby pink and black lipstick!

Elliot LangWebsite  |  More EDOs

Elliot Lang is a Denver-based illustrator and gallery artist, working in advertising, packaging, editorial and book illustration. He has been a contributor to Every Day Original since 2014. Client list, apparel, merchandise and more available on elliotlang.com/store

Emerald BarkleyWebsite  |  More EDOs

Emerald Barkley is a watercolor and mixed media artist from Northern California. Emerald uses a colorful palette and personal symbolism drawn from the natural world to create work about mindfulness, ego, and mental health.
They enjoy hiking and peach cobbler.


Emily HareWebsite  |  More EDOs

Hi there!

I'm Emily and I am an artist/illustrator living in the UK. I work predominantly in watercolour these days with themes of fantasy, folklore and fairytales with a light dusting of peril. I am also branching out into sculpture, working currently with cold porcelain (a type of air dry clay for doll-making).

Other ways to support my art:

My shop: www.emilyhare.co.uk
My membership: www.mysteriouscorner.art

Emily PooleWebsite  |  More EDOs

Emily Poole is a natural history illustrator living in the mossy hills of Oregon. She can be found exploring tidepools and cliffsides, gathering inspiration and making artwork about our fellow species and how to be better neighbors with them.

Emma LaurenWebsite  |  More EDOs

Emma Lauren works in traditional painting and drawing media -- markers, gouache, oil, and watercolor -- with a focus on graphite. Her work focuses on an exploration of identity, trauma, and joy; invoking imagery from mythology, and interpolating figures and symbolism of her own creation. Her figures are situated in elevated, ethereal, fantastic environments: environments of ascension, liberation, and most of all, of unconfined elation. Eschewing strict techniques, Emma Lauren applies the graphite using multiple disciplines and materials, to convey the versatility, subtlety, and expression of the graphite itself... a joy of drawing.

Emma Lauren is a graduate of the School of the Museum of Fine Arts, and a Designer and Artist living in the Greater Boston area.

Eric WilkersonWebsite  |  More EDOs

Eric is an award winning Science Fiction Illustrator, Concept Artist and sculptor who has worked in film, comics, book cover art, video games and a variety of other media. A graduate of The School of Visual Arts, his personal work has been leaning more toward exploring allegory and afrocentric motifs within science fiction. He lives in Northern New Jersey with his wife and daughter.

Erica Lyn SchmidtWebsite  |  More EDOs

Erica Lyn Schmidt is a fine artist living in Wisconsin, USA. Her primary media includes polymer clay, acrylic, and oils. After spending many years in scientific and children’s illustration, she found her true love of fine art in the genre of imaginative realism.

Blurring the lines between traditional painting and sculpture, her work explores the deeper meaning of life’s experiences through whimsical animals, metaphor, and prose. She loves creating characters that didn’t exist before, like conjuring new friends out of thin air. Sometimes a project takes on a life of its own—in these moments it feels like there’s magic in the room.

Erica has been a staple on the roster of Every Day Original, in several volumes of Infected by Art, and on the Chesley Suggestion List twice in the category of Three Dimensional Art. Beyond her own work, she strives to empower other artists as Community Manager of the artist coaching program Unleash Creativity with Marc Scheff. Her past clients include Simon and Schuster Books for Young Readers, 78 Tarot, Royal Tyrrell Museum, Burpee Museum of Natural History, private scientists and collectors.

Erika TaguchiWebsite  |  More EDOs

Erika Taguchi-Newton is fine artist and illustrator, using traditional methods. By blending a unique style of delicate graphite work and many thin layers of acrylic paint, she achieves a dreamlike quality in her illustrations which explores nature, whimsy and storybook-like narrative.

Born in Japan, Erika lived in many different places from Germany to Washington D.C.. She graduated in 1994 from the Art Institute of Fort Lauderdale, and still calls South Florida her home.

website: erikataguchi.com | instagram: etaguchi | facebook: erikataguchi.art

Eve PierreluneWebsite  |  More EDOs

I am a young freelance artist from France, Paris. Whimsical worlds with their peculiar characters are my main obsession when it comes to illustration.

Myths, legends, spiritual and divine beliefs all tell something about the vision of what’s around us through time. My work focuses on studying those styles of representations, those symbols, all different but that all have something to tell.

Send me a word ! Contact : evepierrelune@gmail.com

Website : http://evepierrelune.com/

Evelyne ParkWebsite  |  More EDOs

Evelyne Park is a Swiss artist living in South Korea.
With her roots in scientific visualization, she loves combining elements from botanical and medical illustration with fantasy art. When she's not sketching strange creatures, she illustrates for games, books, and fairy tales.

Fian ArroyoWebsite  |  More EDOs

Fian Arroyo is an illustrator/artist who breaths life into his character driven creations through the mediums of watercolor and ink.

His fantasy work has been recognized in Spectrum 22 and 26 as well as Infected By Art Volumes 4, 5, 7 and upcoming 8. His past commercial illustration work has been recognized by the Society Of Illustrators of Los Angeles and The Society Of Illustrators in NYC.

He lives in the mountains of North Carolina where he can play his electric guitars as loud as he wants…without disturbing his neighbors.

Francesca RestaWebsite  |  More EDOs

Francesca Resta is an Italian illustrator based in London, UK. Her love for fantasy and science fiction novels drives her art and she paints digital illustration for book covers for US and Italian publishers such as Penguin/Putnam, Simon and Schuster, Sourcebooks, Mondadori and Giunti.

Francis VallejoWebsite  |  More EDOs

Francis Vallejo is an award-winning, Detroit native, American artist whose works have been exhibited in major national publications, art galleries, and museums. Vallejo earned his Bachelor’s degree from Ringling College of Art + Design in Sarasota, Florida, and has since created artworks for a host of notable clients including Candlewick Press, Image Comics, The Folio Society, Snapple, VIBE, and Camelbak. He has shown in The Anchorage Museum, The Society of Illustrator’s Museum of American Illustration, Gallery Nucleus, and Pixar studios. Vallejo’s “Jazz Day,” written by Roxane Orgill and published by Candlewick Press, was the recipient of the 2016 Boston Globe Horn Book award for best Picture Book. His newest illustrated book “Anansi Boys” written by Neil Gaiman and published by The Folio Society was released January 2019 and has won Spectrum Gold and the D&AD Pencil Award. He is an Assistant Professor of Illustration at the College for Creative Studies.

Genevieve MayWebsite  |  More EDOs

Raised in a renovated tobacco barn in a rural town outside of Northampton, Massachusetts, Genevieve May was born the daughter of accomplished artists and authors, Dennis Nolan and Lauren Mills. Genevieve remembers many formative trips to museums, art classes, and gallery openings, but did not fully appreciate and embrace her art enriched background until she was in her early twenties.          

As a child she studied classical drawing and painting with her parents and later studied at Lyme Academy with classical painter Hollis Dunlap. In addition, she studied watercolor and fresco painting with Jeremiah Patterson and Fred Wessel in both France and Italy, and at the age of 14, studied egg tempera under Wessel at the Hartford Art School. In 2014, Genevieve attended the Bay Area Atelier studying under Graydon Parrish, Dan Thompson, Steven Early, and Michael Grimaldi. Art classes ranged from color theory to studying cadavers at Stanford labs in CA. In 2015, Genevieve graduated from the Hartford Art School at the University of Hartford having studied with her father, as well as Doug Andersen, and Bill Thomson, and then moved to NYC to work as a painter for Jeff Koons. During this time, she studied privately under renowned artist, Brad Kunkle, whom she considers to be her mentor. At the age of 27 she had her first solo show “Painting Strangers” which focused on portraits of the local community of Hartford, CT. In the following years five of Genevieve’s works were published in the 2017, 2018, and 2019 Artist Renewal Catalog (ARC).

Genevieve’s technique displays a wide range of styles. She enjoys combining abstract atmospheric scenes with realistic portraiture. She considers herself an allegorical painter, striving to paint matters of political, social, and environmental concerns in her work, while aiming to achieve a dream-like hypnosis over her viewers.

The consistent utilization of snake skin can be seen throughout Genevieve’s work. She is the mother of two boa constrictors and one carpet python, from which she continually draws inspiration, both visually and metaphorically. As well as being a painter, she is also a professional belly dancer, performing with her three snakes. Her love for these reptiles, along with Middle Eastern belly dance can be seen laced throughout her paintings. Genevieve’s goal as a painter is to evoke emotions often shielded and cast aside, while simultaneously telling the stories of those who need to be heard.

Gigi ChenWebsite  |  More EDOs

Gigi Chen was born in Guangdong, China and raised in New York City.
Gigi’s work combines her training as a traditional animator along with her love of the techniques of the Old Masters. Entrenched in the art of storytelling and using predominantly acrylic paint, Gigi reaches into the world of Magical Realism, exploring her complex feelings about Family, Belonging, Safety and Love.

Grant CooleyWebsite  |  More EDOs

I am a Nashville based artist that does primarily Imaginative Figurative work. My work, whether I knew it or not, has always been focused on the spaces in Between; the Realms between Light and Shadow. I continue to explore this vista and hope to bring Beauty to the Corrupt and Connection to the Ethereal.

greg ruthWebsite  |  More EDOs

​Greg Ruth is a New York Times Bestselling Author of The Lost Boy and has worked making books and comics since 1993. He is published through The New York Times, DC Comics, Fantagraphics Books, Caliber Comics, Dark Horse, Harper Collins, Macmillan, Hyperion, Simon and Schuster, Random House, Slate, CNN, Penguin, and Tor. He has created two music videos for Prince and Rob Thomas, and has worked on nearly a dozen children's picture books including Our Enduring Spirit (with Barak Obama), Red Kite, Blue Kite (with Ji Li Jiang), A Pirate's Guide to First Grade ( and Recess) (both with James Preller), and his latest from Feiwel & Friends entitled Coming Home. His comics work includes Conan: Born on the Battlefield (with Kurt Busiek), Freaks of the Heartland (with Steve Niles), Sudden Gravity, The Matrix Comics and Goosebumps with R.L. Stine and is currently wrapping up (INDEH with Ethan Hawke). He lives and works in Western Massachusetts.

Greg TitusWebsite  |  More EDOs

For the past six years I have been on staff as a full time Concept Illustrator for a design firm called Pilot, an internationally-known studio specializing in film and game concept art as well as toy and packaging development. Duties include concept illustration,digital painting, character design, logo and brand development, and storyboards. He has traveled for project teamups with other studios and worldwide brands. Highlights include: Star Wars: Episode 7, Star Wars: Red Five, Fallout: Las Vegas, Star Trek: Into Darkness, Transformers: Age of Extinction,and Gatchaman.

HABBENINKWebsite  |  More EDOs

I'm an artist and a family man. Both are works in progress.

Haven FortunaWebsite  |  More EDOs

Haven Capone is an illustrator executing works of magical realism in watercolor and ink. She currently resides in north Florida, but is deeply influenced by a childhood in the fields and forests of northeastern Pennsylvania. Her art features beasts and beings both real and imagined, lush florals, and a strong sense of story. She is inspired by folklore, dark fantasy, and gothic music. Haven’s artistic influences include Japanese illustration, art nouveau, the Pre-Raphaelites, and occult symbolism.

Hazel AngWebsite  |  More EDOs

Hazel Ang draws inspiration from the (super)natural world and folklore. Her work is an amalgamation of a wide range of cultural, literary, and spiritual inferences sparked by her Chinese-Filipino heritage. She grew up in the Canadian city of Toronto. Her current process involves creating works with colour pencil on wood. She also enjoys working with gouache and oil. Her favourite substrate is wood. She is based in Munich, Germany where she is surrounded by nature and fantastical beasts.

Heather HudsonWebsite  |  More EDOs

Heather Hudson (she/her) is a visionary artist in Washington state, USA. She is currently working on a fantastical tarot deck for US Games Systems.
Heather likes making art that tells stories and drawing mostly amiable monsters.

Hilary ClarcqWebsite  |  More EDOs

Hilary Clarcq is an illustrator and gallery artist. Her oil paintings often favor symbolism over literal narrative, and they tend to have a surreal or dreamlike quality. Her work has been recognized by Spectrum Fantastic Art, Illustration West, and Infected by Art. She was the recipient of the Muddy Colors Rising Stars Award in 2019 and the Jack Gaughan Award for Best Emerging Artist in 2021.

Hope DoeWebsite  |  More EDOs

Hope is an American artist currently residing in Mie, Japan. With her interests in Japanese traditional arts and growing up in a western culture, she creates a unique blend of the two influences. Her work has a strong sense of narrative, which contains a tinge of mystery and the unknown. Her artwork is often molds humanity with the natural world giving the sense that humanity is one in the same, and shouldn’t be a separate entity.

Her work contains a variety of mixed media, including sumi, graphite, oils, and watercolors.

HP SantoroWebsite  |  More EDOs

Hei, I'm HP, I am a graphite pencil artist and work mostly with folktales and fantasy themed imagery of my own.

IngridKallickWebsite  |  More EDOs

Iris CompietWebsite  |  More EDOs

Iris Compiet is a traditional artist from the Netherlands. She's an illustrator with international clients, exhibits in galleries around the world and creator of the Faeries of the Faultlines. A book written and illustrated by her, documenting faeries. Storytelling is an essential part of her artwork, and as an artist she strives to lure in the spectator, to make them feel a connection to the work and open a gateway to their imagination to ignite it even further. Her work has been featured in Spectrum, Infected by Art, ImagineFX, and Graphite Magazine.

“Iris Compiet’s work is an astonishing and masterful revelation of the Faery Realms. She is an artist who, with stunning alacrity, reveals the fleeting personalities of the normally unseen.”
— Brian Froud

Other ways to support my work
Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/iriscompiet

Iryna KhymychWebsite  |  More EDOs

Born in a small town in Ukraine, I moved to NYC in 2002. Here I finished LaGuardia High School of Art and went on to receive a degree in English Literature. Today, I work as a freelance illustrator who loves to paint strong characters and all things glowing, combining my two passions - art and literature.

Jabari WeathersWebsite  |  More EDOs

Jabari Weathers is an illustrator and game designer residing in and from Baltimore, Maryland. They often create strange and surreal works for scifi/fantasy pen and paper roleplaying games. They have illustrated two tarot decks, some book covers and many interiors for various clients including Magpie Games, John Wick Presents, Chaosium Inc., Evil Hat Productions and more.

Jamie LawsonWebsite  |  More EDOs

Jamie Lawson is an artist & designer based in Hamilton Ontario Canada. He habitually explores text, arcane symbols and vivid abstraction through his paintings. He is also owner of Poly, a multifaceted branding & design studio.

Jana HeidersdorfWebsite  |  More EDOs

Illustrator from Germany. Inspired by everything feral, furry and fantastical.

Janaina MedeirosWebsite  |  More EDOs

Janaina Medeiros is a Brazilian artist and illustrator. She creates lush and dreamy images, inspired by fairy tales and myths.

Janie StapletonWebsite  |  More EDOs

Janie Stapleton is an author and illustrator in Seattle, Washington. Her work focuses around personal growth. She enjoys both light and dark humor, and you never know which one you're going to get.

For more of Janie's work, please visit her website:
www.janiestapleton.com or her Instagram: @st.janie

Jason MowryWebsite  |  More EDOs

Jason is an artist and art instructor keeping a studio in Ohio.

Jeff EchevarriaWebsite  |  More EDOs

Jeff Echevarria

I’m a New Jersey-based Artist and designer specializing in Charcoal and Graphite Powder.
I hope you enjoy the wide variety of the subject matter, ideas, and the roller coaster of emotion.

“Go, then there are other worlds than these.”
—Stephen King

Jeff KristianWebsite  |  More EDOs

Jeff strives to show the evolution of the art whether it’s broken scratchy lines or a paint splatter gone wrong and focuses on finding story and emotion in texture as well as experimentation with medium and shape.

When he’s not working, hanging out with his wife and daughters, or three dogs, Jeff is making music, building something, or writing and illustrating his first novel, Bifröst, a fantasy story fifteen years in the making.

Jenna KassWebsite  |  More EDOs

Jenna Kass is a New York City native who graduated from the School of Visual Arts with a BFA in Illustration. She works primarily with pencil and graphite powder, building up layers of light and shadow to balance subtlety and intense emotion within each piece.

Jenna Wing-HuWebsite  |  More EDOs

Jenna Wing-Hu is an oil painter based in Ohio specializing in portraits of dream-like women adorned with ornate hats and opulent headpieces, lending them a sense of eminence. The size and material of the hats seem heavy but the elegant and weightless way the figures wear them represent the inner strength and confidence of a woman, as well as add to the otherworldly feeling the scenes depict.

Jennifer Hrabota-LesserWebsite  |  More EDOs

The work of Jennifer Hrabota Lesser explores the edges of discomfort while maintaining the serene and and calm facade expected of modern women. Her work references fables, mythology, social and religious constructs, and where these constructions fail to support the unyielding center.
Her subjects are often embattled, finding or losing their own power. They deal with what the unconscious conveys beyond the armor of the exterior, and the need to cover up the unseemly with something beautiful.

JennRavennaWebsite  |  More EDOs

Jeremy WilsonWebsite  |  More EDOs

Jeremy Wilson is a Virginia transplant, living and working in Richmond. He grew up in a small town in Upstate New York in an art household, surrounded by fine art and classic illustration. His background was traditional painting at the Lyme Academy College of Fine Art and since has been pushing the limits of painted versus negative space. He seeks to perfect his images through design and negative space, carefully curating shapes to imply space.
He has done work for Editorial, Book, Magazine, and Comics. Most recently working for: Scientific American Magazine, Boom! Comics, Titan Comics, and Wizards of the Coast.

His images have been included in Spectrum 20, 21, 22, 24 Society of Illustrators West: 54, 55, Infected by art 1, 3, ARC Salon 2013, and at the Society of Illustrators for the Spectrum exhibit 2014.

His work has been awarded medals for:
Society of Illustrators Los Angeles 54; Gold (Editorial)
Society of Illustrators Los Angeles 55 Gold, Bronze (Book), Gold, Bronze (Comics), Gold (Entertainment Development), Silver (Gallery)
Spectrum 24; Gold (Comics)

JeremyHushWebsite  |  More EDOs

Jessica McCottrellWebsite  |  More EDOs

Jessica McCottrell is a imaginative semi-realism and floral artist from Phoenix, Arizona. She received her Bachelor’s Degree in Fine Art from Arizona State University, but worked digitally for many years as a fantasy and mostly figurative artist. Over time, Jessica began teaching herself the art of flower painting and rediscovered her love for traditional media. She uses many different mediums such as watercolor, color pencil, pastels, and graphite. Jessica’s art explores self-reflection, the quiet moments we have with ourselves, and the innate beauty of the world around us.

Jessica ShirleyWebsite  |  More EDOs

Jim PavelecWebsite  |  More EDOs

I have been a professional fantasy and horror artist/illustrator for over 25 years. I’ve worked on popular properties such as Magic: the Gathering, Dungeons & Dragons, Eerie Comics, and many more.
I’m most proud of my work reimagining the demons of the Ars Goetia, which was recently printed as a tarot deck.
I enjoy combining digital and traditional painting techniques to achieve my unique look.

Joanna BarnumWebsite  |  More EDOs

Joanna Barnum is a fine artist and illustrator using watercolor to express universal emotional states and the unique spirits of her portrait subjects, balancing experimental, abstract use of the media with sensitive realism and symbolism. She is based in Abingdon, Maryland and is a Signature Member of the National Watercolor Society.

Other ways to support my work:
Personal shop (originals, prints, & books): https://www.joannabarnum.com/shop
Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/joannabarnum

Social media:

John BarlowWebsite  |  More EDOs

John Barlow is an illustrator and designer creating rich illustrations with a focus on storytelling. A Minnesota resident, John was raised on fairy tales, fiction, and forests. He’s strongly inspired by Golden Age Illustrators like N.C. Wyeth and Arthur Rackham, as well as many contemporary illustrators.

Each illustration is an exercise in atmosphere and texture, creating a world you can easily get lost in. John tells stories with a variety of clients in the tabletop gaming industry as well as fantasy publishing. When he’s not drawing, he enjoys cooking, biking, sleeping, and taking unnecessarily complicated reference photos.

Johnny DombrowskiWebsite  |  More EDOs

An illustrator hiding in the alleyways of New York.

Jonah LobeWebsite  |  More EDOs

Jonah Lobe is an artist, game developer and educator specializing in character art, concept art, and 3D art for games. For 7 years, Jonah worked at Bethesda Softworks, where he was responsible for many of the monsters, characters, and weaponry found in titles like Fallout 3, Fallout 4, & The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim. His first illustrated book, the massive tome Marvel Anatomy: A Scientific Study of the Superhuman, will be released on October 25th, 2022.

Jonny RuzzoWebsite  |  More EDOs

Julia GriffinWebsite  |  More EDOs

Julia is an artist and illustrator based in NYC. She specializes in mythology, fairytales, and meticulously rendering things in colored pencil. She has shown her work at the Society of Illustrators, Helikon, Haven Gallery, and Light Grey Art Lab.

Julia LundmanWebsite  |  More EDOs

Julia Lundman graduated from the American Academy of Art in Chicago in 1993. Since then, she has worked in animation and games as a commercial artist, first in traditional animation as a background painter, and later as a illustrator for games and books. She has recently taken some time to devote toward development of her personal work, inspired by Victorian fairy painters, the pre-Raphaelites, Brian Froud, Alan Lee, Medieval art, folklore, novels, and the natural world.

Her process starts with sketchbook practice in the early morning hours. If a sketch feels interesting, she develops it into a series of more finished drawings. If the subject still resonates, she paints the image either in oil, acrylic or watercolor.

Julie BeckWebsite  |  More EDOs

Julie Beck is a Boston based artist who looks to science, culture, design, and human nature to fuel the concepts behind her work. These concepts range widely and include nostalgia, life and death, relationships, connectedness, identity, and more. When Julie is not knee-deep in painting supplies, she teaches at and is the Assistant Director of The Academy of Realist Art, Boston (an atelier school which offers classical training for drawing and painting).

Juliet KurthWebsite  |  More EDOs

Juliet’s ceramic creations are made with intention, whether it’s a wall hanging or something meant to be used everyday like a mug. Her work is inspired by nature since she identifies as an eclectic greenwitch, and she loves how ultimately each piece is made by incorporating all the elements: earth, air, fire, and water. She feels more connected to the energies that are all around us while working with the clay, and she hopes that each person who owns one of her pieces can feel at least a little bit of that same connection, too.

Justin DonaldsonWebsite  |  More EDOs

Justin Donaldson creates beautifully lush landscapes in gouache from his homebase in Clemson, SC. His inspiration is built on the need for peace and tranquility. In the hunt for these qualities he traverses forests, fields and rivers and takes his paints to the far reaches of nature. Justin explores nature and his materials with students and other artists, finding joy and a deeper understanding of his work through his teaching.

Justin’s work is created primarily with gouache, poster color and open acrylics within the confines of his many sketchbooks.

Kai CarpenterWebsite  |  More EDOs

Kai Carpenter’s oil paintings use archetypal imagery to explore psychological themes. Drawing on a variety of influences ancient and contemporary, his work invokes the storytelling ethos of myths, legends and fairy tales to express emotional realities native to dreams and memory.
Kai is based in Seattle and was educated at the Rhode Island School of Design.

Kaitlund ZupanicWebsite  |  More EDOs

A fantasy illustrator of the dragon varaity.

Karen RemsenWebsite  |  More EDOs

Karen Remsen is a Chicago-based artist creating paintings with oil and precious metals such as gold and platinum leaf. Her work centers on exploring the multifaceted nature of female power and identity. Combining paint with reflective materials, her work also explores the beauty and complexity of light as it moves over a surface and changes throughout the day. Karen is a self-taught artist who rediscovered painting in 2020 after a hiatus of nearly 15 years. She has exhibited across the country in galleries that champion imaginative realism and contemporary figurative work.

Katie CroonenberghsWebsite  |  More EDOs

Katie is a fantasy artist based in the greater Seattle area. Specializing in watercolor and currently exploring gouache, her focus is on fantastical creatures with strong roots in our natural world.

Landscapes and environments play a large role in her works as a result of growing up surrounded and inspired by majestic scenery of Montana, and further fed by the beauty of the Pacific North West.

Recurring themes in her work include dragons and other elegant mythical or magical creatures in fully rendered landscapes and environments - often times filled with plenty of trees and rocks.

Katie can often be found showcasing work at local conventions in the PNW.

Other ways to follow the work:

Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/Kamakru

Kaysha SiemensWebsite  |  More EDOs

I was born and raised in Canada, and now make my home near Asheville, NC, USA. My work is primarily figurative and narrative. I work mainly in oil and graphite. My current primary focus is Mnemosyne, an ongoing project inspired by Greek myth.

My goal is the object of beauty, but that goal is achieved through engagement in process, and neither aim is worthwhile without meaning and intention. I seek to talk about the ordinary with the language of story, to arrest with exquisite imagery, and ultimately to leave viewers with a feeling, a lingering sense, that they have had a brush with the sublime.

KéhìndéWebsite  |  More EDOs

Kéhìndé is a visual artist, working primarily in mixed media [oils, acrylics, and other media]. She started creating digital art in 2016 and switched to traditional art in 2020. Conceptually, Kéhìndé portrayed black people semi-realistically in her digital art to celebrate their beauty while with traditional art, she rendered black people in relation to various human experiences and emotions through subtle surrealism.

Kelley HensingWebsite  |  More EDOs

Kelley creates new pieces every month! Feel free to contact her for a current list of work available from the studio. She accepts commissions both big and small, and will be happy to create something strange and special to match your price range.

Bio: Kelley is inspired by the mysterious. She grew up in a house by the woods surrounded by animals and wilderness, so many of her themes bring together strange nature, mortality and spirituality. Using archetypes of characters from folklore and myth as well as her own stories, she enjoys portraying unusual tales that symbolize our emotions and fears.

Kelley is an artist residing in Brooklyn, NY. She earned her MFA from the School of Visual Arts and her BFA from the Rhode Island School of design. Her favorite mediums are oils on wood and pencil on paper, and she loves to create her work by hand. Her favorite genres range from gothic and steampunk to classic fantasy and legends. Traveling is her only other passion equal to a career in art and is a vital component in inspiring her work.

Kelly McKernanWebsite  |  More EDOs

Kelly is a gallery artist and freelance illustrator recognized mainly for her ethereal watercolor paintings. She frequently shows with galleries such as Gallery 1988, Spoke Art, Modern Eden, and Arch Enemy Arts and is an active member of the internationally recognized Prisma Artist Collective.

Kelsey GarlandWebsite  |  More EDOs

Kelsey Garland is a Mixed Media Painter who uses ArtResin and Oil Paint to create unique three dimensional artwork. Her paintings often depict realistic animals or figures on top of a geometric pattern and an abstract alcohol ink background. She uses Resin to "layer" her paintings, alternating between detailed Oil imagery and thick layers of transparent Resin.

Kelsey graduated from Cornish College of the Arts in Seattle with a BFA in Fine Art. She is now a Stay at Home mom to two boys in the Tacoma area.

Kevin Jay StantonWebsite  |  More EDOs

Freelance illustrator with a green thumb and an xacto knife.

Other ways to support my work
Patreon: patreon.com/kevinjaystanton
Online shop: kevinjaystanton.bigcartel.com

Kim KincaidWebsite  |  More EDOs

Freelance illustrator, lover of books, myth, nature, and song.

KimberliStudioWebsite  |  More EDOs

Kimberli Johnson is a comic book creator and illustrator who lives in what used to be the Wild West. She writes young reader comic and loves to draw magical folk and cute critters.

Kimberli has a young reader comic "Emiline Knight in Training" published by Oni Press and has worked with companies such as Archaia and Jim Henson Studio. She is Represented by Desiree Wilson at the Bent Agency.

Kring DemetrioWebsite  |  More EDOs

Currently based in Cebu City, Philippines, Kring’s passion for visual storytelling began with her early fascination for her grand-uncle's folkloric museum in Cagayan de Oro City. It housed her father's archaeological finds and exhibited surrealist, historical, and fantastical paintings by local artists which continue to deeply inform her work.

She creates interior and cover illustrations for books, magazines, and similar visual media that evoke a sense of eerie intrigue and sometimes macabre. Her constant aspiration is to portray themes of Philippine culture, pre-colonial folklore, world mythology, and her own queer experiences within her images.

Kristin KwanWebsite  |  More EDOs

I am an artist who makes illustrative paintings and drawings. In my work I use elements of fantasy and allegory to explore themes of life, death, and rebirth. I live with my husband, daughter, and crowd of pets in Lincoln, NE.

When I was growing up my family moved many times, and every new home held mysteries and secrets. I dreamed of hidden stairways that led to unknown attics, or cellars underneath that held forgotten treasures. I knew I could get there if I just kept looking. That low door is still elusive, but when I pick up my pencil or paint brush I can find it for a little while. When I paint I try to bring some of that magic country back with me.

Kristina CarrollWebsite  |  More EDOs

Kristina Carroll is an illustrator and fine artist specializing in magical realism with a figurative focus. She is heavily influenced by the Symbolist movement and all manner of imaginative storytelling, both old and new. Kristina is especially drawn to mythology, archetypes, metamorphosis and how those themes can be translated into modern narratives.
Kristina graduated from the School of Visual Arts in NYC and she has been recognized nationally for her work both in illustration and fine art. Some achievements include a Bronze medal from the Society of Illustrators L.A., inclusion in the Spectrum Fantastic Art annuals and as a finalist in the Art Renewal Center Salon. Clients include Wizards of the Coast, IDW and Realms of Fantasy. Her work has been exhibited in Museums and Galleries across the country.

Kwanchai MoriyaWebsite  |  More EDOs

Kwanchai Moriya is an illustrator and painter based in Los Angeles. He earned his BFA in Illustration from Art Center College of Design.

Kyle SteckerWebsite  |  More EDOs

Varsity Illustrator, JV hockey enthusiast

Kyle Stecker is located in Brooklyn, New York

Prints can also be found at http://www.inprnt.com/gallery/kylestecker/

Lana CrooksWebsite  |  More EDOs

Lana Crooks loves the antique, the creepy, and the mysterious. A textile sculptor by trade, she strives to recreate complicated and delicate skeletal pieces in wool. Constructing creatures from fabrics and found objects, she is a purveyor of faux specimens and soft curiosities. Her personal works are exhibited globally and she is frequently sought after by other artists, to help translate their own creations into fabric. You can usually find Lana in her Chicago studio surrounded by skulls, old books, model ships, a menagerie of stuffed friends, and a cat named Tanuki.

Laura GarabedianWebsite  |  More EDOs

My childhood was spent moving, changing locations and school environments. My constant companions became a dragon’s horde of fantasy novels and my animals. This connection to creatures through the lens of fantasy has always been a touchstone for my work.

Through the years, I’ve experimented with many different media, wandering many paths. Now I’ve settled into the twin focuses of watercolor and oils. I find the dichotomy of their approach refreshing, and each time my hands move from one to the other I approach my work with new ideas and a cleaner view of where I should go.

Art is a way for my to communicate my love of the natural world and the fantasy I see within it. I think that the creation of a narrative around wildlife and fantastical animals can lead people to see the world and the many lives encompassed within it with more compassion and joy, returning the wonder of childlike curiosity to their lives.

I enjoy employing abstract backgrounds with minutely detailed subjects. The duality of the abstract work with small areas of focus lets the viewer fill in parts of strange color fields with their own story. My inspiration from nature and the narratives I like to weave around the strange beasts in my paintings lets me tell soundless stories to those who wish to explore them. In my paintings, bears covered in moss and trailing mushrooms emerge from the mist, gryphons dive from heights unknown with jewelry trailing them, and sphinxes ask questions unheard from behind blank masks. Where they come from, and what they want to say is left for those who watch them to determine. I hope through my work people can find a bit of mystery, of that wonder you have as a child making shapes in clouds, imagining what monster is in the closet, and making each walk in the woods a journey that may take them to Narnia, to Middle Earth, or to a world of their own making.

Laura SiadakWebsite  |  More EDOs

Laura Siadak is a traditional painter delving into the realm of fantastical illustration. Her love of stories unfold in brief moments within her work. She encourages others to share a story they see from within a piece of artwork, as if adding on another chapter. Much of her work also relies on what friends and family have said around her, even if not knowing they'd sparked an idea. Laura has a BFA from Alfred, School of Art and Design in Alfred, NY 2002 and moved to the St. Louis area in 2005.

Lauren BrevnerWebsite  |  More EDOs

Born and raised in Vancouver, BC, Lauren Brevner grew up in a mixed heritage family rich with culture and inspiration. In 2009, she moved to Osaka, Japan in hopes of reconnecting with her roots. There, Lauren had the honor of apprenticing under renowned artist, Sin Nakayamal. It was through her mentor that she first began her work as an artist. Nakayamal was the inspiration that sparked her journey to self-taught fruition.

As a budding young artist, Lauren is at the forefront of her career. In the fall of 2014, she traveled to New York to complete an art residency. During her four-month stay, she spent the time further expanding her skill set and crafting a narrative. The composition of her paintings explores mixed-media through the use of oil, acrylic, and resin. This unique technical style is combined with a collage of Japanese chiyogami, yuzen, and washi paper on wooden panels. Her influence originates from the stylistic elements of traditional Japanese art and culture. She aspires to reinvent the eloquent tradition of using gold and silver leaf in art.

Lauren's paintings primarily involve the interpretation of female portraiture. She plays with polychromatic layers; the figures within it existing in surreal and isometric spheres. The women embody strength and femininity through somber silence. Their gaze a myriad narrative. Lauren Brevner seeks to create a commentary on the subject of women and their depiction in art throughout the ages. Her portrayal of women serves to empower rather than objectify: a reflection of the vitality of sensuality over sexuality.

Leah KellawayWebsite  |  More EDOs

Leah Kellaway (she/her/they) creates expressive work that focuses on themes of character and portraiture, everyday magic and adventure, and inspiration and empowerment. She has worked independently and collaboratively to solve a multitude of visual problems since 2013, before founding her illustration, fine art, & design business – Kellaway Creative Collaborative – in 2023.

From posters to key art, covers to spots, editorial to branding, and more, Kellaway’s work tells unique narratives through dynamic composition, vibrant color, bold shape and texture, and well-crafted design.

Leah MitchellWebsite  |  More EDOs

Leah Mitchell is a mid-career fine artist with an MFA in painting from Northern Illinois University. She paints narrative and allegorical paintings of contemporary women, inspired by the Pre-Raphaelite Brotherhood and Botticelli. She lives in Illinois where the city ends and the corn begins with her husband, their three children and a flock of winged dinosaurs.

Leele NascimentoWebsite  |  More EDOs

Leele Nascimento is a painter and illustrator from Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. She loves representing the human figure and nature in her artwork and likes to explore the subject under the themes of solitude, melancholy and escapism as a way to reflect about our own existence. She received her BFA of painting from the Federal University of Rio de Janeiro and works mostly with traditional media but also likes to explore with digital painting as well.

She is inspired by the pre-raphaelite brotherhood, books, music, horror and fantasy movies and rainy days.

Lihao LuWebsite  |  More EDOs

Lihao is an Australian Chinese artist based in Sydney, he creates paintings inspired by Music, traditional Chinese fashion and poetry. 

Linda AdairWebsite  |  More EDOs

Linda Adair
b.1980, Canada
| www.lindaadair.com |

“Creating a quiet narrative with a little mystery is something I am always trying to achieve. My hope is to create works that communicate emotions that are universal, from experiences and shared histories. I gravitate to the beauty of realism with the added element of narrative”

Linda Adair is an emerging artist, working primarily in oils. As a contemporary figurative painter, she creates images based in realism with strong narrative and elements of the fantastical. Linda is a member of the International Guild of Realism and the Association Embracing Realist Art.

Linda Adair currently lives and works in Germany. Her works are held in private collections in Canada, the United States, the UK and Australia.

Lisa CyrWebsite  |  More EDOs

The visually-compelling, imaginative works of artist and author Lisa L. Cyr use symbolism, metaphor and allegory to stimulate curiosity, provoke thought and encourage further inspection. A poetic, rhythmic synthesis of drawing, painting, collage and assemblage, Cyr's visually tactile, mixed-media works are composed to collectively create a new reality with a more expressive and symbolic arrangement, transforming the ordinary to the extraordinary.

In Cyr’s world of the fantastic, the viewer is shown a portal into a highly imaginative, mystical realm where supernatural beings, winged guardians and underworld deities coalesce in magical, multilayered environments and dreamscapes. Within the artist’s personal narration, visual tales of quests to worlds unknown evoke transcendental experiences for those who are willing to enter into the pictorial drama. Through the multilayered narrative, we journey to a world beyond, where the awakened subconscious leaves the viewer spellbound and wanting more.

A graduate from The Massachusetts College of Art (BFA) and Syracuse University (MA), Cyr's artistic oeuvre has been exhibited in museums and galleries, including traveling shows with the Society of Illustrators of New York and Los Angeles. Her work has been featured in magazines, books and online, including numerous features in Spectrum: The Best in Contemporary Fantastic Art, Infected by Art, AcrylicWorks: The Best in Acrylic Painting and Incite: The Best in Mixed Media. Her work is included in the permanent collection of the Museum of American Illustration in New York City as well as in private collections.

Lisa LaRoseWebsite  |  More EDOs

Lisa LaRose is best known for her paintings: Bizarre and Colourful artworks. She creates lively and exciting colour palettes and is always making something a little weird. Her work conveys themes of nature, fantasy, life, death, and health. Lisa enjoys creating art that has room for interpretation, striving to share a mood, or a feeling and enjoys hearing new interpretations from those experiencing her art.

Lisa resides in Vancouver, BC (Canada) where she works as a full-time artist. She paints and draws comics - creating new work to sell at shows.


Lisa Sprite HansenWebsite  |  More EDOs

Sprite is a fantasy artist and sculptor based in New York. Inspired by nature, her otherworldly, mysterious creatures and beings of a futuristic lost world form organically and intuitively. She uses mixed media to bring them into existence to help them share their stories by providing a glimpse into her/ their world. Materials usually include various types of clay, natural inclusions (healing crystals, geodes, driftwood, delicate leaves & dried petals, twigs, shells, bone fragments, insect parts, lots of glue and resin. Sometimes she draws and paints them too!

Her work has been featured in Infected by Art, ADQ, & Tiny Dragons Art book. She's a featured artist at the Fernie Brae Gallery in Oregon and has exhibited with multiple galleries in the US.

LU KEWebsite  |  More EDOs

Lu Ke grew up surrounded by ink, paper, brushes, pattern books and Chinese folk stories, which inspired her to draw from an early age. She interests in drawing beautiful but weird creature from her imagination with variety pattern and meticulous detail. Her works inspired deeply by Chinese philosophy,nonentity space, relationships, dreams, folk stories and mythology.

Luis TinocoWebsite  |  More EDOs

Painter and Illustrator from the SF Bay Area. Primarily working in oils and focusing on portraits and figurative work. Published in several magazines and in 2018, "The Art of Being Bill" a coffee table art book collection dedicated to the actor Bill Murray. Exhibited at the De Young Museum in San Francisco in 2020 for their first Open Exhibition as well as other SF based galleries: Mirus Gallery, 111 Minna, Modern Eden and Studio Gallery.

M Scott HammondWebsite  |  More EDOs

Scott is an artist and illustrator living in Washington State. Inspired by his Pacific Northwest home, much of his art reflects his love of the natural world. Myths also resonate through out much of his work, exploring the worlds of fantasy and speculative fiction.

Pen and ink remains his favored medium, having developed a love of drawing from a very early age.

M'fanwy DeanWebsite  |  More EDOs

M'fanwy Dean is an Artist and Graphic Designer living in Alaska, she uses tiny chisels to hand carve intricate designs into painted wood panels.

Other ways to support my work
Print shop: www.inprnt.com/gallery/mfanwy

Madalyn McLeodWebsite  |  More EDOs

Madalyn McLeod is a fantasy artist living in the mountains around Asheville, NC. She takes inspiration from nature, folklore and fairy tales to create ethereal paintings using watercolor, gouache, colored pencil and ink. Her work is characterized by flowing line art, femininity, and moody atmosphere.

She grew up in North Carolina, and spent a lot of time reading and drawing throughout her childhood. She received a BFA in illustration from East Carolina University in 2013, and since then, she has been working on a body of personal artwork, illustrating books, and showing at local galleries. She understands the world is often dark, and wants to bring a little magic into it.

Maggie IvyWebsite  |  More EDOs

I'm a freelance illustrator and artist originally from the Ozark area, currently living and working in Santa Monica.

Makenna KarpWebsite  |  More EDOs

Makenna Karp is a fantasy illustrator and oil painter specializing in illustrations for board games and book covers.

Commencing her formal art education at Pratt Institute in 2019, Makenna took a different path after a year, immersing herself in traditional painting and drawing at Watts Atelier from 2021 to 2023.

Currently, she calls northern California home. When she's not painting, she can be found climbing rocks or wandering through the redwoods.

For work inquiries, please feel free to reach out at makennakarpart@gmail.com

Malisa SuchanyaWebsite  |  More EDOs

Originally from Singapore, Malisa has settled in Oakland, CA to create and grow her work! She is drawn to all things beautiful, ephemeral and whimsical. Her recent works feature explorations on portraits of hands, and how a narrative, a connection, a feeling can be conveyed from a limited subject matter.

Mar SpraggeWebsite  |  More EDOs

Mar (they/them) is a Boston-based nonbinary watercolor illustrator.

Through the medium of watercolors, Mar paints vibrant, dreamlike scenes highlighting the euphoria and turbulence of the queer, nonbinary experience. Colorful and bordering psychedelic, their work explores the queer identity through a telescopic lens- envisioning far-off celestial bodies, a swirling technicolor cosmos, and magical fey realms.

Marc ScheffWebsite  |  More EDOs

Founder and Curator of Every Day Original. I also make art, teach art, and art direct. Thanks for visiting!

My Website: https://www.marcscheff.com/

Marian PhamWebsite  |  More EDOs

Marian Pham is a gallery painter and freelance illustrator using digital, watercolor, ink, and oil to create her works. In her personal art practice, she explores themes around collective healing, generational trauma, and social issues by using portraiture, symbolism, and abstraction. In the commercial art field, Marian enjoys working in the editorial, books, and public art spaces.

Marian graduated from California College of the Arts with a BFA in Illustration, studied abroad at Hongik University in South Korea, and attended Graduate School of Illustration at the Academy of Arts University. She is also currently the Communications Manager of Every Day Original.

Mark HarrisonWebsite  |  More EDOs

Painted over 450 book jacket illustrations for most major UK and USA publishers, quit illustration in 2005 to paint personal work for sale in galleries. I now work in a variety of fields from fantasy paintings to fine art paintings and have been a regular exhibitor in the Main Show at IX for the past five years.

Mark StroudWebsite  |  More EDOs

Hi, I'm a dark artist. I work primarily in dry media, and I dabble in watercolor and ink. I draw inspiration from fellow artists, folklore, mythology, and anything else that catches my attention.

Marta WitkiewiczWebsite  |  More EDOs

Hey! My name is Marta Witkiewicz and I’m a traditional artist, illustrator, and writer in love with the word “Magic”. I grew up in a small village in Poland but the chase after dreams took me places. Currently, I live in Madrid, Spain.

During the time of atelier-style education focused mostly on strict classical approaches, my heart was divided between the beauty of fine art and the unrestricted imagination of fantasy illustration. In my personal works, I aim to blur the edges between them – using the foundations that I’ve learned and storytelling to create enchanted worlds and characters.

I seek the feeling I have when I immerse myself in stories that give this thrill as if something magical was about to happen, the promise of an exciting adventure, a secret to be discovered. I want to grasp and spread this sparkle that makes people dream, wonder, and believe that everything is possible.

I've been exhibiting my works in galleries in US and Australia and currently am looking for a way to transition into more illustration industry.

Mary Ancilla MartinezWebsite  |  More EDOs

I am a New Mexican born artist who enjoys painting the misty and mystical, wild and free ethereal places where unseen greets seen, where dark weaves light, and land meets sea and sky. I appreciate the exploration of dreams, mythology, archetypes, alchemy and metaphysics. I am deeply inspired by nature….secret whispers from the desert winds, the language of trees, the power and magnificence of animals, the dynamism of the elements, and the infinity of the stars and cosmos. My work is primarily figurative and narrative, created mainly in oils. My current focus examines personal sovereignty inspired by Greek, Celtic, Spanish, French, African and Indigenous mythology. I strive for meaning and intention in each piece, and simultaneously enjoy the engagement found in pure process. I seek a feeling of transcendence in my paintings and desire for my work to touch the viewer with a sense of the divine.

Maryam GoharWebsite  |  More EDOs

Matsya DasWebsite  |  More EDOs

Hey! My name is Matsya Das. I'm an inhabitant of the many realms that my mind wanders, and drawing and painting have always been tools to physically recreate these places, materialize their essence and share them with others. Since my childhood, I have always been impressed with the artwork of artists of yore; and their depictions of gentle fairies, mystical mountains and magical forests. These subjects enticed my own journeys and freed my young imagination.
Spirituality also holds a place of its own in my life. Being a Hare Krishna devotee for the past 10 years has humbled me in regarding the wonders of this universe and also the transcendence. Nedless to say, my spiritual journey is an intrinsical part of both the subjects and aesthetic of my work.

Matthew G. LewisWebsite  |  More EDOs

Matthew is a freelance illustrator specializing in the fantastic and macabre. He festers away in Seattle, WA bound to his loathsome tools of pencil and brush.

Matthew HuntleyWebsite  |  More EDOs

Matthew Huntley combines childhood nostalgia for shows like Power Rangers, Powerpuff Girls, and Megas XLR with his love of Baroque and 19th century academic art, and he uses traditional materials to create large-scale narrative paintings of gigantic heroines and monsters. Inspired by memories of growing up in a dysfunctional household, his paintings explore non-traditional gender roles and femininity. He currently lives and works in Indianapolis, Indiana.

Matthew LevinWebsite  |  More EDOs

Matthew SpencerWebsite  |  More EDOs

Matthew Spencer is a queer illustrator from southeast Michigan.

He works primarily in ink, watercolor and gouache (often embellished with metal leaf), creating pieces inspired by folklore, history, and nature.

Outside of his freelance work, he has been slowly but surely been illustrating his own tarot deck. The Courtly Beasts Tarot- along with a good deal of Matthew’s other personal work- depicts a fantastical world populated by anthropomorphic animals in elaborate costume, set within lush environments both botanical and architectural.

Matthew WarlickWebsite  |  More EDOs

Artist, illustrator and designer living in the wilds of North Texas. In 2007 I quit my job in the marketing & design world to be my own boss and follow my passion for art, design and storytelling. Now I draw and design things for amazing clients and my boss is awesome.

Max MartelliWebsite  |  More EDOs

Max Martelli is an author and artist exploring the realms of both classic and cosmic horror. Painting with a range of media from oil and acrylic to digital, he has been working independently since his graduation from the New England School of Art and Design in 2011.

Max is currently writing and illustrating a number of short horror stories, the first of which, “MUMMY.”, is being featured through Patreon.

His dark tale “The Dreamers” is due out in the Reckless Deck "Psyche" Short Story Anthology, and he has just released his illustrated edition of “Pickman’s Model” by H.P. Lovecraft.

McKenna KornowskiWebsite  |  More EDOs

McKenna is a mixed media painter from Wisconsin. In her art she uses acrylic paint and mediums along with repurposed textiles to add texture and intrigue. She conveys a strong reverence for nature through her paintings.

Megan LaudeWebsite  |  More EDOs

Megan Laude is a visual naturalist intertwining the realms of nature and magic, merging the enchantment of the natural world around her with the practices of modern-day witchcraft. She grew up in a world surrounded by the spellbinding beauty of nature, creating fairy houses and magic potions in the woods and frolicking around the garden with her familiars. Working now to bring the magic found in the world around her into her artwork.

Through her illustrations, she invites viewers to embark on a journey where botanical wonders, fantastical fauna, and mystical energies converge, illuminating the profound connection between nature and the craft. With each stroke of her brush, her art serves as a testament to the enduring magic of the organic world and its profound ability to guide us on our individual paths of self-discovery, empowerment, and enchantment.

Melissa Sue StanleyWebsite  |  More EDOs

Lush green and blue landscapes of Midwestern summers are the heart of what inspires Melissa. Her work explores open fields and deep forests, finding small moments of magic and mystery hidden in the gardens and mossy environments. Her storytelling project, The Woolbeasts, discovers the denizens of these worlds.

The Woolbeasts are all hand-crafted in her “Treehouse Studio” in Chicago, Illinois. Melissa has been sewing, sculpting, and illustrating these creatures for fifteen years. They’ve been collected over the world and have been shown in galleries across the United States.

Mia AraujoWebsite  |  More EDOs

Mia Araujo is an Argentine-American artist, born and raised in Los Angeles.

 She strongly believes in the power of nature to heal us, and to richly transform our increasingly disconnected, modern lives.

Through her work, she strives to depict the magical connection between humans and nature, and the constant balance between darkness and light that we grapple with each day. She works traditionally, primarily in acrylics, and also in graphite, ink, and watercolor.

Mia is currently developing her passion project- an illustrated novel reinterpreting Alice in Wonderland as a sister story set in a West African fantasy world, which she intends to self-publish.

Micah EpsteinWebsite  |  More EDOs

Micah Epstein is an illustrator and painter living in Atlanta, working primarily in the fantasy and science fiction genres.

Michael ManomivibulWebsite  |  More EDOs

Michael is an illustrator whose work thrives on mystery and atmosphere. He’s been known to work on books about spooky beings and grand adventure.

Born in Boston, raised in Bangkok, Michael has a BFA in Illustration from the California College of The Arts. Michael currently resides in Oakland California.

Michael MarsicanoWebsite  |  More EDOs

Enthusiastic purveyor of embellished realities seeking like-minded, inspired patrons.

Mike BurnsWebsite  |  More EDOs

Mike Burns is a multi-purpose visual artist from Philadelphia, PA currently living in Union City, NJ (just a stone's throw from NYC).

He enjoys working on a variety of projects in a wide range of styles. Most notably card art for Magic the Gathering and background design for Late Night Cartoons animated shows and specials.

Mike MayWebsite  |  More EDOs

My career has so far been a mix of art for video games, table games, and misc. publications. I'm currently employed as a video game concept artist (TESO). I have a daughter who's also an artist (bethanyjaydeillustration on instagram), and the mom of my grandson, Max! I'm currently world-building around a melancholy theme, with a story and characters I'm fond of that I've not even told anyone about.

Miles JohnstonWebsite  |  More EDOs

Miles Johnston is a UK-based artist who explores figurative abstraction.

Milivoj ĆeranWebsite  |  More EDOs

Min ParkWebsite  |  More EDOs

Min is an award-winning illustrator and artist based in NY. She has worked in agencies and worked for various clients. Her illustration works has been recognized by galleries such as Seoul art center and Gallery Nucleus.

Miranda MeeksWebsite  |  More EDOs

Miranda graduated from Brigham Young University with a Bachelor of Arts in Illustration. She currently lives in Utah with her husband, two children, and a black cat.

Momi LottaWebsite  |  More EDOs

Romina Pallotta is an Argentine illustrator and painter living in Wroclaw, Poland. She was born in Mar del Plata in 1982. She studied Filmmaking at the University of Buenos Aires.

Her art usually represents the duality between her imagination and the real world. She hopes to provoke with her paintings the feeling of an escape from reality which she says is so liberating. She intends to transmit this to her viewers.

She likes anything that takes her away from reality. Movies, books and video games. But she prefers painting in a realistic way because she wants to feel that fantasy comes to life.

Her favorite subjects are nature, relationship bonds and coexistence of good and evil.

Her pieces reveal that she not only adores the Romantic Period but also shows her love for nature, overflow of feelings and melancholy. She also has been influenced by portraits of this period such as painters of the Pre-Raphaelite Brotherhood who are definitely her favorites.

She uses acrylic paint and surfaces like canvas, paper and wood.

“My art is my essence, it is part of who I am. I wish I could say that I paint to communicate a message, but the truth is I paint just for the pleasure of doing it. I cannot express myself with words but I need to paint every day. The subjects I choose and the creative work I do are an excuse to paint. When I paint I enter a different state of consciousness, I like to be there and I cannot do it any other way.”

Morrighan CorbelWebsite  |  More EDOs

Morrighan Corbel is a UK based gothic horror illustrator. Inspired by the sensations of being out of time and place, Morrighan draws from folklore, ghost stories, and the abandoned and forgotten to imbue her work with a feeling of isolation and strangeness. She is heavily involved with publishing and TTRPGs and has worked on the Wyrmwood Corrupted Tarot Deck and the ENNIE award winning Uncaged Goddesses D&D supplement. When she isn't drawing, Morrighan collects nineteenth century portrait photography and is working on a long-term genealogy project. Her ultimate career goal is to buy an abandoned manor house somewhere remote and never be seen again.

MyriamTillsonWebsite  |  More EDOs

Myriam Tillson is a traditional painter from France, living and working in London, UK.

Her primary mediums are watercolour, gouache, and acrylic, and her themes center around the human experience and our relationship to ourselves and the world around us. Her work is introspective and based in symbolism and self-reflection.

Nadia RausaWebsite  |  More EDOs

Nadia Rausa is a half-Korean human artist and author living in Alaska, USA. Both Nadia’s visual and written work has been described as haunting and ethereal, something she embraces on the daily in her spooky heart. She has been included in various gallery shows and publications since 2017, and has self-published seven books and zines as of 2023. Outside of creating and being an exhausted ghost, she enjoys nature, admiring the moon, gaming in both video and board/card formats, reading horror/fantasy/sci-fi books, and pretending that every day is Halloween.

Naomi VanDorenWebsite  |  More EDOs

Naomi is a whimsical artist, author, and a wanderer at heart. Vibrant, natural themes of the outdoors and a love of travel and exploration saturate her work. Having grown up in the Spice Island of Indonesia, she pulls from the rich cultures of South East Asian and Oceana as further inspiration for her work.

Her art revolves around imaginative worlds and reflects a deep desire to explore not only the world she lives in but imaginative ones as well.

Naomi is currently based in Northern California.

Other ways to collect my work:

Originals: naomivandoren.com/originals
Prints: naomivandoren.com/prints
Art Books & More: naomivandoren.com/books-accessories

Patreon: patreon.com/naomi

Natasa IlincicWebsite  |  More EDOs

Nataša graduated in Cultural Anthropology at the University of Venice, with a thesis on female traditional Balkan tattooing. Following her studies, she moved to Scotland to pursue a career in art and illustration.
Her work, centered on mythology and inspired by dark corners of history and folklore, has been shortlisted for the Folio Society Book Illustration Competition 2017 and World Illustration Awards 2018, and exhibited in various galleries including the London House of Illustration and Somerset House.
Through her art, she aims to explore the spiritual relationship between humans and wilderness with a new voice, but one that echoes the wisdom of ancient ways.

Nataša lives in Edinburgh, with her partner and a little jungle of plants, and is the creator of A Compendium of Witches.

• www.natasailincic.com
• www.patreon.com/natasailincic

NateeWebsite  |  More EDOs

Illustrator based in London, U.K. Fond of natural history, literary classics, mythology, fairy tales and folklore. Previous publishing clients include Walker Books, Candlewick Press, The Folio Society, Templar, Oxford University Press, and Random House.

Nathan ReidtWebsite  |  More EDOs

I am a self taught artist with a background in visual effects for film. I draw and paint strange things, heavily inspired by the human form, animals, and monsters. I am currently living the broke artist life in Philadelphia Pennsylvania.

Nen ChangWebsite  |  More EDOs

Nicholas EliasWebsite  |  More EDOs

Nicholas Elias is an illustrator currently living in Long Island, New York with his best pal (read: puppy) Lucy. Working primarily in the entertainment and games industries, the fantasy genre provides a perfect umbrella for his focus on narrative and emotional works. Servicing commercial and private clients alike, Nick brings his love of drawing and painting and his passion for history, mythology, and storytelling to each assignment.

Nico DelortWebsite  |  More EDOs

Nicole GrosjeanWebsite  |  More EDOs

Nicole Grosjean graduated with a BFA in illustration from the Rocky Mountain College of Art + Design in Denver, Colorado in 2008. She combines her passions for fantasy and craftsmanship into unique, multi-layered works of art. To her, there is nothing more valuable than an object an artist has created with their own hands. She endeavors to build pieces that are not only illustrations, but wonderfully complex environments in their own right. Nicole is constantly trying new techniques and pushing the boundaries of materials and mediums to bring her visions to life.

Her sculptural illustrations are patterned from detailed drawings, hand-cut, and then layered to create various depths depending on the size of the piece. The layers are then painted in watercolor and gouache, and are often back lit with LED lights.

Nina PommelinWebsite  |  More EDOs

Nina Pommelin, appearing online as ShinonArt, is an artist based in Finland who specializes in creature design and creating realistic and visually believable illustrations.

Nina works flexibly in digital and traditional media and her traditional work is done in watercolours and inks. Nina's work is inspired by nature, fantasy and folklore, especially Finnish mythology and its animistic features, which she explores a lot in her work.

Odera IgbokweWebsite  |  More EDOs


Odera Igbokwe is an illustrator and painter located in Vancouver, BC by way of Brooklyn, NY. Odera loves to explore storytelling through Afro-diasporic mythologies, black resilience, and magical girl transformation sequences. Their work alchemizes color, movement, and queer magic to weave together ancient narratives with afrofuturist visions. You can also find Odera as manager of Every Day Original, curating and collaborating on zines, or combo-breaking the internet.

Olivia Di GregorioWebsite  |  More EDOs

Olivia Di Gregorio is a painter based in Toronto, featuring mythical figures in dream-like landscapes throughout her work. Her images look to mythology for inspiration, with fairies and elements of magic to explain a healing shift from one state into another as a form of visual escapism. She has recently been selected as a finalist in the Beautiful Bizarre Magazine Art Prize in the traditional art category, exhibited at Modern Eden in San Francisco using a grant awarded from the Ontario Arts Council, and published in Booooooom’s ‘Tomorrow’s Talent Vol. II’ curated art book.

OliviaRoseWebsite  |  More EDOs

Olivia Rose is a is a UK based fantasy artist who specializes in markers and ink to create figurative works. Olivia’s work has a lovely visual density and detail, while creating a dark and mystical atmosphere for her dreamlike figures.

Omar RayyanWebsite  |  More EDOs

Omar Rayyan is an artist/illustrator living in the woods somewhere in the the middle of Martha's Vineyard.
Sometimes he wears shoes.

Owen WeberWebsite  |  More EDOs

Owen William Weber is a working illustrator, living in Astoria, NY. He attended Hartford Art School, graduating with a BFA in Illustration and a minor in Art History. Much of his commissioned work is based in the Fantasy genre. His personal work has evolved into mostly paintings of dinosaurs and other prehistoric creatures. His work is primarily painted traditionally using oils on masonite.

Recently, Owen’s work has been included in such annuals as Spectrum 23 and 26, The Society of Illustrators 54, Illustration West 44 and 52, Infected By Art vol. 2-8, and the Art Renewal Center’s 2013/2014 and 2014/2015 Annual Salons. He lives with his wife, Sarah, their daughter, Dagmar, their son, Einar, and their black cat, Mim.
Other ways to support my work
Instagram: @owweber
Etsy: https://www.etsy.com/shop/OwenWilliamWeberArt

Paige CarpenterWebsite  |  More EDOs

Paige Carpenter is a fantasy artist living in Houston, Texas. She works mainly in oil, and occasionally watercolor. Her work explores beauty and mystery. She believes that truth can be revealed through the fantastic, and strives to show this through her art. She loves Norse mythology, reading, and gardening.

Other ways to support Paige's work:
Shop: http://paigecarpenter.com/store

Paul W ThompsonWebsite  |  More EDOs

Paul's work uses a mix of traditional and digital media with a focus on fantastical, architectural and ecological themes. At the moment he has a particular love for working in graphite. In both illustration and design work Paul uses a balance of imagination, research, ​and experience to find direction throughout the creative process.​

Pepper RaccoonWebsite  |  More EDOs


Pepper Raccoon is a digital and ink illustrator based in Wellington, New Zealand. She creates original artwork, as well as merch and commission designs for commercial and private clients. Drawing inspiration from the occult, the strength and graphic power of neotraditional tattoo, and the ebbs and flows of natural energies, Raccoon speaks in a language that describes a world beyond our own.

Favoured mediums include isograph pens, ink, watercolour, and digital. Subject matter extends across the botanical and animal kingdom into the esoteric and occult, with an eye towards balancing the volatility of our changing world with the stillness and magic of the cosmos beyond.

Peter MohrbacherWebsite  |  More EDOs

Peter Mohrbacher is a concept artist and illustrator that lives near Chicago, IL.

PierreSantosWebsite  |  More EDOs

Pierre Santos is a London based artist who constructs humanoid figures that traverse different cultures and points in human history
With his love of fantasy, the Ocean and nature Pierre’s blurring of fact and legend, fiction and reality, creation and myth create truly original art pieces that are hybrid entities taking on the form of sculpture.

Much like Mary Shelleys Victor Frakenstein, who gave life to a humanoid from non living matter, Pierre takes from myth, legend and religions of old and pieces fragments of each together into new transformative identities.

Pierre’s process involves archiving imagery ranging from ancient art, diverse cultures, alternative religions, spirituality, dwellings at the bottom of the Ocean and just the plain absurd

Through all of this Pierre tries to translate with wisdom through the medium, which he knows… sculpture

Primary HughesWebsite  |  More EDOs

Your friendly neighborhood Illustration Professor.

Rachel PerciphoneWebsite  |  More EDOs

Rachel Perciphone is an artist and professional illustrator creating empowering fantasy art that encourages the viewer to confidently explore their own stories. She is most heavily inspired by mythology, fairy tales, nature, and ethereal subjects and her work features strong, diverse characters within magical and colorful worlds. Rachel uses symbolism, shape, and both natural and supernatural elements to explore narratives and emotions. Through depictions of vibrant, feminine, and engaging subjects, her work showcases the idea that our inner strength is both multifaceted and beautiful.

Rachel QuinlanWebsite  |  More EDOs

Rachel Quinlan is a Michigan based fantasy artist and illustrator.
She explores themes related to nature and folklore.

RainWebsite  |  More EDOs

Rain is a New York based surrealist dedicated to translating psycho-spiritual turmoils onto canvas. Primarily inspired by night terrors, her paintings explore the subconscious through symbolism of figurative art, continuing to pursue the language of the fantastical and macabre.

Randy GallegosWebsite  |  More EDOs

Randy has worked professionally as a visual artist since 1994, getting his start and most lasting visibility in Magic: the Gathering, for which he continues working today, resulting in one of the longest tenures as an illustrator on the celebrated game.

Apart from his work there, he has devoted considerable time in recent years to gallery work that spans traditional landscape and still life, to figurative personal work and a series of still life art celebrating the history of video game hardware.

RandyVargasWebsite  |  More EDOs

Randy Vargas is a Science fiction & Fantasy Illustrator from Cuba, currently based in Barcelona, Spain. A big part of his work can be found in fantasy games as Magic the Gathering and book covers.

Raphael LucchiniWebsite  |  More EDOs

Raphael Lucchini was born in 1983 in a small city of São Paulo, Brazil. He grew up playing tabletop games and video games with his brother so this is the reason he loves art, movies and literature. Raphael is fascinated by science fiction and fantasy genre so he grew up drawing super heroes, monsters and spaceships on his mother's cookbooks.

Raphael received his B.A. from University of Fine Arts of São Paulo, Brazil in 2008, so he worked as a graphic designer and brand strategist for several years but his passion for imaginary worlds was stronger, what drove him to pursue an illustration career.

In 2011 he wanted to learn digital painting but he decided to study traditional arts instead, so he started to learn painting with the spanish artist Blanco Y Couto. In 2013 he moved to San Diego, CA to attend Watts Atelier of The Arts where he had the honor to study with teachers like Jeffrey Watts, Lucas Graciano, Ben Young and Erik Gist.

Mostly self-taught, he now freelances fulltime working in a variety of media, both digital and traditional on illustrations and concept art for tabletop games, video games, book covers and interiors. His clients include Rock Games, The Board Game Cartel, Skinner Self Publish and fantasy author Andy Peloquin.

He teaches drawing and painting and gives guest lectures and workshop at universities and conferences. Raphael lives in São José dos Campos, SP - Brazil with his lovely wife and their cat, Barto.

Ray BonillaWebsite  |  More EDOs

Raymond Bonilla is a Fine Artist and Illustrator based out of Buffalo,NY. He was awarded Best in Show in the Great Lakes Emerging Artist Competition, was a finalist in the Artists Magazine Annual Art Competition, has been awarded Gold Medals in advertising from both Society of Illustrators of New York and Los Angeles, and juried into the Communication Arts Illustration Annual. He currently lives in Buffalo, New York where he spends his time painting and teaching part-time at Fredonia State University.

Rebecca YanovskayaWebsite  |  More EDOs

Rebecca Yanovskaya is a freelance illustrator working in the fantasy, sci-fi and horror genres. She frequently illustrates mythological stories, natural forces, and aesthetically strong characters. Rebecca's influences include decorative arts, neoclassical and Pre-Raphaelite arts, and theatrical costuming.
Rebecca is a graduate of the Illustration program at Sheridan College. She lives and works in Toronto, Canada.

Reiko MurakamiWebsite  |  More EDOs

Reiko Murakami, also known as Raqmo is a U.S. based concept artist and illustrator specialized in surreal fantasy and horror characters. Her work has been published in Spectrum, Infected by Art, ArtOrder Invitational: The Journal, Exposé, 2D Artist and many others.

Print shop: https://www.inprnt.com/gallery/raqmo/
Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/reikomurakami

Rhonda LibbeyWebsite  |  More EDOs

Hello! I'm Rhonda Libbey, and Imaginative Realism artist and illustrator. I live in Pittsburgh Pennsylvania with my wonderfully supportive boyfriend and three silly ferrets.

I have been a professional illustrator and graphic designer since 1996 and I have had the good fortune to work on some cool projects and I have shown in some great galleries.

My most recent works are created traditionally in oil paint and gold leaf, with oil paint layered in glazes on top of the metal to achieve a luminous effect. I am drawn to the contrasts of delicate and bold that both oil paint and gold leaf possess.

Ricardo Lopez OrtizWebsite  |  More EDOs

Comic book artist and Illustrator, born and raised in Bayamón, Puerto Rico, studied illustration at New York's School of Visual Arts. Currently lives in Brooklyn, NY.

Richie PopeWebsite  |  More EDOs

Rick PriceWebsite  |  More EDOs

Rick Price is an Artist from Southern California, currently living in New York’s Hudson Valley. He has been a muralist, an illustrator, a painter, a barista and a slate roofer. He has shown various permutations of his work in small galleries in L.A., San Francisco, Denver and Chicago, in addition to New York and the Hudson Valley for the past 20 years. He's excited to share his freshest work on EDO.

Rob ReyWebsite  |  More EDOs

Art to help make science a more meaningful part of our lives.

Through countless mythological and religious traditions, humanity has proven to have a deep-seated need for awe-inspiring stories and the experience of wonder. With a powerful resonance, these stories provide a framework for understanding where we fit in our communities, and in our cosmos. They can also give a us a feeling of shared connection and participation with the rest of humanity, helping us to show our more caring and compassionate side.

What are the resonant, positive, and awe-inspiring stories of today? How can our expanding scientific knowledge drive our enchantment with the natural world and grow our empathic interests toward our fellow humans? Exploring these questions visually, Rob hopes to promote or create the stories that best help us to achieve these goals.

More ways to support Rob's work:

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Rosalie LettauWebsite  |  More EDOs

I am an illustrator living and working in Germany.
My work is inspired by old books, myths, fantasy stories and walks on foggy days. In my illustrations I explore the dark and the moody, but also peaceful scenes. I like working with graphite on smaller formats and often color my drawings digitally.

Rovina CaiWebsite  |  More EDOs

Rovina Cai is a professional time traveller and vampire hunter currently based in Melbourne, Australia. She also draws things.

Rupam GrimoeuvreWebsite  |  More EDOs

Rupam, online represented as Grimoeuvre, is an award winning international illustrator living in Kolkata, India. His art is generally defined by its emotional darkness and its emphasis on characters and story. Sometimes he also attempts to write horror haikus and short stories in dark science fantasy.

Ryan HansonWebsite  |  More EDOs

Illustrator that works and resides in Brooklyn, NY.

Received My BFA in Illustration at Ringling College of Art + Design.

Ryan PancoastWebsite  |  More EDOs

Ryan Pancoast was born and raised in Stratford, Connecticut where his favorite childhood toy was a pad of sketch paper. His interest in art was encouraged by a supportive family, which allowed him to follow a career in illustration. After earning a BFA from Rochester Institute of Technology (Rochester, New York) in 2005, he started his career in the editorial field before finding success in the publishing and gaming industry. Although his work ranges from traditional illustration to high fantasy, Ryan’s primary focus is historical fantasy. His inspirations include the romantic ideals of the American West and the early colonies of his New England home. By merging elements of true history with familiar fantasy tropes, he infuses his imagined world with realism and believability. Ryan lives in Barrington, Rhode Island with his wife Shelly and their son, Noah.

Sam FlegalWebsite  |  More EDOs

Sam Flegal has been an illustrator since 2009, with clients that include the History Channel’s “True Monsters” and “The Scouts Guide to the Zombie Apocalypse” from Paramount pictures. His work has been featured on Every Day Original and he has been a guest at numerous conventions including Dragon Con.

In his personal work, Sam focuses on “Fateful Signs,” a series of fantasy drawings and paintings that delve deep into the ancient lore of the Norse, bringing to light the insights of our ancestors in a way that connects to the emotional experience of modern people, all under the guise of epic fantasy glory. If Joseph Campbell guzzled a gallon of Heavy Metal, Fateful Signs is what you’d get.

Recently Sam has had great success with "The Illustrated Hávamál," and “The Illustrated Völuspá” both of which contain over a 1000 year old Viking poetry in a hardcover cloth bound manual with over 100 pages that explore the meaning behind this ancient collection of Norse wisdom and prophecy through a series of around one hundred meditative ink drawings. Funded through Kickstarter with great success, Sam has sold over 1000 copies of each book.

Sam GuayWebsite  |  More EDOs

Sam Guay is an artist focused on work that explores emotional worlds using dark nature, hypnagogic patterns, and moody atmospheres.

Sam HoggWebsite  |  More EDOs

With a love of fantastical and narrative imagery, illustrator and concept artist Sam Hogg's career has spanned a multitude of genres across the entertainment industry. She has worked with clients such as Playground Games, Blizzard, Dark Horse Comics, Critical Role, Rocksteady and many more over the course of her 10-year career. Beyond her professional work, she can be found bringing her elegant, feminine aesthetic to a dark fantasy world of whalers and pirates in her personal project, The Whaler Girl.

Sam WeberWebsite  |  More EDOs

I was born in Alaska, and grew up in Deep River Ontario, Canada. After attending the Alberta College of Art and Design in Calgary, I moved to New York to pursue illustration and attend graduate school at The School of Visual Arts.

Samantha WashingtonWebsite  |  More EDOs

Samantha Washington is a Canadian artist and illustrator based in Calgary, Alberta. She works primarily in graphite, creating illustrations of creatures from mythology and myth as well as from her own fantasies. Samantha has previously created original illustrations for animation and graphic novels and is currently working as a costume and concept artist for film and television.

Samrae DukeWebsite  |  More EDOs

I’m an illustrator with a style heavily influenced by classical illustrators such as Arthur Rackham and Elizabeth Shippen Green. My work consists of whimsical and fantasy themes, but I love drawing anything asked of me. My focus in college was on creating artwork for children's publication, but my career has led my work into the epic fantasy, tabletop gaming, and advertising markets. I’m open to all illustrative creative projects and I love expanding my skill sets.

My work consists of mixed media. I especially love a combination of graphite, watercolor and digital painting techniques.

Samuel ArayaWebsite  |  More EDOs

Samuel Araya is an artist living in the poison heart of South America, his work has appeared in a variety of media, from videogames, t-shirts, posters, records, to cards and books, including three editions of the prestigious "Spectrum: The Best In Contemporary Fantastic Art" annual, he is also the proud winner of the 2015 World Fantasy Award for best artist, a non-euclidean that still to this day leaves him quite puzzled. Currently also dedicates time to his career in the art gallery world, with an important number of international shows already gracing his curriculum.

He wears no mask.

Buy Exclusive Prints at Etsy: https://www.etsy.com/shop/SamuelAraya
Come Join Me at Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/ArayaArt

Sarah FinniganWebsite  |  More EDOs

Sarah Finnigan is a Houston-based artist creating portraits of allegorical landscapes. Her inspiration is built on a youth spent getting lost in adventure games, exploring in the woods, and being captivated by astronomy and the night sky. She infuses her work with fantastical elements to spark curiosity and the desire to explore, and to inspire a sense of reverence, awe, and wonder that many experience when looking skyward on a dark, clear night.

Sarah's work is achieved with a glazing technique to create luminous acrylic paintings.

Other ways to collect my work:
Shop: https://sarahfinnigan.com/store
Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/user?u=133149

Sasha R. JonesWebsite  |  More EDOs

Sasha R. Jones is an independent artist living in Santa Fe, New Mexico. He works primarily in oil, with his paintings exploring the themes and intersections of fantasy, nature, and queerness. He is particularly interested in doing work which speaks to the sense of awe found in the natural world and in ourselves, and to making tangible our sense of the ethereal.

Scott AndersonWebsite  |  More EDOs

Scott Anderson has worked for clients including The New York Times, Entertainment Weekly, The Wall Street Journal, MAD Magazine, and many others. His illustrations have been recognized by Communication Arts, American Illustration, 3x3, Spectrum, and both the New York and Los Angeles Society of Illustrators. He resides in Santa Barbara, CA, where he also teaches at Westmont College.

Scott BakalWebsite  |  More EDOs

Scott Bakal is an internationally published award winning illustrator and artist. Scott's work can be found in Rolling Stone, the New York Times, Wall Street Journal, Playboy, Reader's Digest and many others. Scott also has work in the permanent collections of the Norman Rockwell Museum, Society of Illustrators at the Museum of American Illustration and the National Museum of the United States Air Force.

Please visit website for more information.

Scott FischerWebsite  |  More EDOs

Scott Fischer is a multi-talented multi-media artist. He paints on dreams with thin layers of magic that you can see through to the future.

Sean Andrew MurrayWebsite  |  More EDOs

Illustrator, Concept Artist, World-Builder, Teacher, and Creator of "The Great City of Gateway".

Sean PriceWebsite  |  More EDOs

Sean Price, is an independent artist currently residing in the Milwaukee Area. Being inspired by bold line work, strong shapes, and narrative driven subject matter, he strives to marry all those aspects in his work.

SeEun AnWebsite  |  More EDOs

I am an artist from South Korea who has a passion for storytelling in the universe I created. Thinking about how people in my imaginative world would live and make a relationship with their neighbors is always exciting. Designing their fashion, hairstyle, and everyday objects is also what I find the big joy in my creative process.

Films, animation, music, fragrance, and random words from poems or puns inspire me when creating new paintings. They give me complex sensational experiences that I practice applying in my painting. I put stories, emotions, and inspirations into communication with color.

Serena MalyonWebsite  |  More EDOs

Hello! My name is Serena Malyon and I’m a Canadian freelance illustrator. I grew up around art and spent my early days drawing medieval maidens and knights. In 2012 I graduated from the Alberta College of Art and Design, and I’ve built a career on my love of fantasy and adventure. I currently reside in Alberta, where my hobbies include raising my 2 cats, playing RPGs and taking long walks in beautiful places.

Shannon KnightWebsite  |  More EDOs

Shannon is a freelance illustrator who was born and raised in rural Massachusetts, and currently resides in Boston.

She recently received a Merit award from 3x3 The Magazine of Contemporary Illustraton, and her work has been recognized by the Society of Illustrators of Los Angeles and featured in Creative Quarterly.

Follow her work on Instagram @srkart and email her at info@shannonrknight.com for inquiries and commissions.

Shawn E. RussellWebsite  |  More EDOs

Shawn is an award winning Wildlife and Fantasy artist specializing in creating highly detailed naturalistic depictions of animals and people with a supernatural twist. She crafts images using graphite, ink, and ballpoint pen. Her work is inspired by her children, nature, film, the art community and scuba diving.

Shawn FeeneyWebsite  |  More EDOs

Shawn Feeney is an artist based in the San Francisco Bay Area. His work embodies music through drawing, sculpture and time-based media. The art is informed by his background in forensic art, music performance and concept art. His work has been featured by Esquire, The Paris Review, Juxtapoz, Hi-Fructose, The Museum of Modern Art, the de Young Museum, and the White House.

Shirley JacksonWebsite  |  More EDOs

Shirley Jackson aka LIONINTHETREES is a Black and Korean artist residing in Central California with her German Shepherd Dog, Eden and the spirit of her iguana, Ness (RIP).

Shirley holds a BFA in Visual Communications from Weber State University. Her body of work heavily features animals and the natural world infused with magic, folklore, and her roots as a printmaker. She works in both traditional and digital mediums; and has now danced her way into product design.

Shirley is also the pioneer when it comes to running Kickstarters to fund enamel pin projects. Her cutie Scrub Jay pin which debuted in 2016 on Kickstarter kicked off the enamel pin Kickstarter trend.

Shirley's mantra when it comes to creating is: Own, love, and believe in what you create.

1. Be responsible for the work you bring into the world.
2. Love what you do.
3. Believe in yourself and the work you create.

Sidharth ChaturvediWebsite  |  More EDOs

I'm a painter who spent most of my life bouncing between San Francisco and New Delhi, finally settling somewhat in between them in Munich, where I work as an assistant art director at Deep Silver. I spend the rest of my time making art for Magic: The Gathering and Dungeons & Dragons, and making my own pictures in oils and ink. I think that I should take up some other hobbies, but I haven't gotten around to it yet.

Silvia PavariniWebsite  |  More EDOs

My name is Silvia, I'm an Artist from Italy, I live next to a wood and my walks among the big trees, give me images of enchanting queens, strong and mysterious heroines.

In my style it is dreamlike, I represent female figures with firm and immobile faces with epidermal sensitivity. Their bodies are wrapped in a large patch of color, from which floral elements, confetti, leaves and nature come out!

my Artwork here:
IG: @silvia.pavarini
FB: Silvia Pavarini Contemporary Art

My works are exhibited the galleries and published in the magazine of Art.
Beautiful Bizarre magazine (Australia) - Artwhirl Gallery (New York) - Inverarity Gallery (Scothland) - Penumbra Gallery (Portugal).

SishirBommakantiWebsite  |  More EDOs

Sishir Bommakanti is an illustrator, animator and painter based in Minneapolis. His work ranges the paranormal, mythological and the surreal.

So MKWebsite  |  More EDOs

SteenWebsite  |  More EDOs

Hi, I'm Steen! I work in Queens, and went to school in Manhattan. I like swords, sorcery, and succulent plants.

Stephanie InagakiWebsite  |  More EDOs

A Southern California native, Stephanie Inagaki received her Bachelor of Fine Arts in Sculpture from Boston University's College of Fine Arts and her Master of Fine Arts in Sculpture from the San Francisco Art Institute. After studying abroad in Italy and living in major cities around the United States, she has returned to her roots to establish herself as a multifaceted artist in Los Angeles.

Stephanie LawWebsite  |  More EDOs

Other ways to support my work
Website Shop: https://www.shadowscapes.com
Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/StephanieLaw

Stephanie Law's work is an exploration of mythology mixed with her personal symbolism. Her art journeys through surreal otherworlds populated by dreamlike figures, masked creatures, and winged shadows. The fantastical permeates through the visions, and you get a sense that this is a world that underlies our own.

Archetypes, the basis for the universal appeal of mythological concepts, are one of the defining inspirations for her imagery. This is mingled with the movement of dance. Stephanie has been a dancer for almost two decades, and she uses that experience of how the human body moves and emotes to create a bridge into her artwork so that not only do the humans dance across the page, but the very branches of her trees seem to move with a sinuous grace, and the arrangement of inanimate elements has a choreographed rhythm and flow.

Growing up in California, Stephanie has been surrounded by the wealth of natural inspiration all around her. The twisting boughs of live oaks from the hills near her home insinuate themselves into her paintings. The chaos of Nature's wild growth, and conversely the beauty of decay, echo in the textures and fractal patterns of her work.

Her techniques are mostly based in watercolor, supplemented by textured relief created with gesso and texturing mediums, ink, and metallic pigments.

Stephen SengebushWebsite  |  More EDOs

Stephen is a plein-air and studio painter specializing in landscapes both real and imagined. He can usually be found in the woods of Western Massachusetts at early morning, capturing the interplay of light and shadow as sun filters down into New England's many brooks and cascades.

Steve EllisWebsite  |  More EDOs

Steve Ellis is an artist, comics storyteller, writer and illustration instructor. He has won awards for his work including High Moon and The Only Living Boy with co-creator David Gallaher as well as his work on AMC’s Breaking Bad: The high Cost of Living game. Steve has also created various and sundry illustrations and comics for Marvel, DC, Blizzard Entertainment, Wizards of the Coast and many more. He has taught drawing, illustration and comics at Syracuse University since 2004. Steve is currently at work on the world of Thronclaw Manor. The story of Melody Hawthorne, a girl who in searching for her long lost family finds herself in a world of monsters out of myths and legend. Steve currently lives in the wilds of Ithaca, NY with his wife Yamila, daughter Luna and their lovely greyhound Blossom.

Steve PrescottWebsite  |  More EDOs

Steve Prescott has been illustrating for fantasy and sci-fi games since the mid 90’s, working on products from such companies as White Wolf Games, FASA, Paizo, Blizzard, Animal Planet, Copenhagen Creators, and most notably for Wizards of the Coast where he has contributed heavily to both Dungeons & Dragons and Magic: the Gathering.

Steven BlackWebsite  |  More EDOs

Painter with an obsessive compulsion to champion the odd, fringe, or otherwise unappreciated.
For commissions or questions:
email: shapess@gmail.com

Sucharita SuriWebsite  |  More EDOs

I am Sucharita, an illustrator, graphic designer from Mumbai, India.

I love to illustrate all sorts of things but 'whimsical paintings' have my heart. My world is full of magic, nature, fables, and fairytales.

I am as much an illustrator as I am a graphic designer. To see all that I am working on and my processes as illustrator, hop on to my instagram page @sucharitas or my Pinterest page @sucharitasuri and to check out what I do as a graphic designer, visit www.seekred.com

Suzanne KobelaWebsite  |  More EDOs

Suzanne is a surreal artist based in Budapest, Hungary. Specializing in gouache, acrylics and mixed media, their artworks often illustrate grotesque, fantasy characters based on nature and natural elements.
The „creepy-cute” designs of the characters stand for the imagination of the inner-child that accompanies us through our whole life however, their macabre state is not something to be sorry for. It shows the complexity of a person from a psychological point of view. This concept also points to the expression "Face your subconscious", which often appears in descriptions of their artworks.

Tawny FritzWebsite  |  More EDOs

What day is it?

Tawny Fritz is from New Orleans. That should say all you need to know about the chaos that reigns inside her brainmeats, but how about some more info anyway? Tawny likes ink (a lot). She likes knives, nature, and for her art, confrontational subjects that stare into your soul. She also unironically loves long walks on the beach at sunset.

For personal commissions: info@tawnyfritz.com

Teal NewcombWebsite  |  More EDOs

Teal is a normal human, just like you! They enjoy consuming organic matter, and spend most of their time avoiding the sun and predators by hiding under a large, flat rock.

Terese NielsenWebsite  |  More EDOs

The Tracy PiperWebsite  |  More EDOs

The Tracy Piper (b. Oakland, CA, 1987) is a female-identified, contemporary painter based in San Francisco, CA. Best known for her vibrant portraits and figurative acrylic paintings, Piper depicts challenging social justice issues in an abstract-realist style. She has shown at SCOPE and SELECT in Miami, FL; stARTup Art Fair in San Francisco and Los Angeles, CA; SCOPE New York, NY; and exhibits internationally. In 2017 Tracy competed on the GSNTV show “Skin Wars: Fresh Paint” and emerged victorious! Most recently, Tracy completed six murals in the Bay Area to show solidarity with the Black Lives Matter Movement and promote community safety during COVID-19. She holds a Bachelor of Arts in Illustration from California College of the Arts and is represented by Voss Gallery.

"I jumped headfirst into fine art with a mission to make art that matters. It’s a passion driven from my own experiences and hardships, and if I can provide a platform with a paintbrush then I am doing something right in this world. Every piece strives for connection, a place for community and dialog about the world around us." —The Tracy Piper

Tia KinsmanWebsite  |  More EDOs

Tia Kinsman is a New England based artist with a fondness for fantasy, nature, the macabre, and the occult. Her work is often whimsical, but with a dark story underneath. She enjoys using multiple mediums, mainly watercolors, pen & ink, or screen printing.

Tiffany BudziszWebsite  |  More EDOs

Flora and fauna (real or imagined), nature, and symbolism are subjects I find fascinating and often explore in my work. The beauty of the natural world is often found in the details. My goal is to inspire the viewer to slow down and appreciate the intricacies found in life (and art), that are often overlooked in our busy, everyday lives.

I create my paper sculptures by cutting intricate shapes from archival paper with an X-Acto knife. I curve the individual cut shapes with a dowel, then glue the pieces together between layers of foam core to create dimensional works of art. While this may seem tedious to some, the process of cutting, shaping, and creating are moments of pure happiness for me.

Tiffany DaeWebsite  |  More EDOs

Dae is an imaginative realist painter born in Hawaii to migrant parents from Cuba and India. Raised with a passion for culture and environment, she’s evolved masters’ classical oil painting techniques into otherworldly and imaginative works.

Dae studied classical painting techniques at the Georgetown Atelier in Seattle, WA. Since graduating she has been working diligently in her studio to bring fourth postcards from another world.

Tobias KwanWebsite  |  More EDOs

Tom BaxaWebsite  |  More EDOs

Thomas M. Baxa has been creating fantasy creatures that haunt the imagination as an illustrator for over 27 years. He works primarily in the role playing game industry where he has contributed to countless games including Dungeons and Dragons, Shadowrun, Vampire, Magic the Gathering, and World of Warcraft.

His work has a creepy and often disturbing edge to it that appeals to fantasy and horror fans alike. He currently lives in Los Angeles and freelances full-time as an illustrator and concept artist, designing characters for games, books, miniatures, video games, and film, while developing his own properties and managing his website www.BaxaArt.com. He has also written a resource book called "Get Work as a Fantasy Artist."

Tommy MitchellWebsite  |  More EDOs

Tran NguyenWebsite  |  More EDOs

Travis LewisWebsite  |  More EDOs

Fine artist and Illustrator based in Dayton Ohio.

Ursula DoradaWebsite  |  More EDOs

Ursula Dorada, born 1984, is an illustrator and artist working from Porto Alegre, Brazil.

A lover of everything fantasy since she was young, she carved out a path to work in art since young. After spending 10 years doing art for advertisement, she finally decided to make a move to pursue her passion in fantasy art.

After working for card games for a handful of years, she is now pursuing traditional art and finally explore her own aesthetic sense and draw a lot of elves with horns.

Valerie SavarieWebsite  |  More EDOs

Valerie Savarie, known for her altered book sculptures, is a mixed media artist living in Denver Colorado. She uses vintage books as the centerpiece of her artistic creations, reinventing them into unique pieces through cutting, carving, stitching and character illustrations, while also retelling the stories inside.

Vanessa LemenWebsite  |  More EDOs

scratching the surface with mostly pointy and/or fluffy objects and other things that make marks

Vincent NappiWebsite  |  More EDOs

Vincent L. Nappi III is an illustrator and author.

He has been accused of painting to excess, wearing a beret, drinking too much coffee, and engaging in debauchery under the auspices of art.

His interests include Art, History, Women, Psychology, Suits, Strange Hats, Foreign Places, and many other Nouns.

He details his latest aesthetic acrobatics at the following…



Wesley AllsbrookWebsite  |  More EDOs

Wesley was born in the South, educated up North, and currently draws in and around Brooklyn, NY. She's worked as an illustrator for 7 years. She's been in all the usual illustration annuals and gotten some of the usual awards. She does editorial, book, ad, and comic work. Her media is ink, gouache, watercolor, and digital.

Winona NelsonWebsite  |  More EDOs

Freelance artist based in Philadelphia, working in illustration, concept art, comics, and fine art.

Wylie BeckertWebsite  |  More EDOs

I'm a freelance illustrator living and working in the far north east. My art is a combination of digital and traditional media, and is defined by its darkness, whimsy, and emphasis on characters and storytelling. My illustration work has most recently found itself in books, magazines, advertising, and animation, but is at home anywhere there is a story to be told.

Xavier OrtizWebsite  |  More EDOs

Xavier is a watercolor artist from Sacramento, California. He studied classic animation at the Academy of Art University in San Francisco. His paintings are influenced by old folktales and the occult. He has done several album/E.P. art designs for bands and enjoys it very much. He is currently working on a personal graphic novel as well as some comic shorts. Xavier participates in various gallery group shows, online as well as in person galleries. He balances his art with his stay at home dad duties to his two young boys, Vincent and Oz.

Other ways to support him:
Etsy Shop: https://www.etsy.com/shop/BUILTFROMSKETCH
Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/BUILTFROMSKETCH
Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/builtfromsketch/

Yoshi YoshitaniWebsite  |  More EDOs

Yoshi Yoshitani is a concept artist and illustrator. They’ve worked as a comic cover artist, game concept artist, and editorial illustrator. They are continually inspired by traditional textiles and modern fusions to portray new understandings.

Zach NienWebsite  |  More EDOs

Zach Nienhuser is an illustrator and fine artist currently based in Sarasota, Florida.

Zakuro AoyamaWebsite  |  More EDOs

I’m just trying to create an ethereal world that seems to lie beyond my wet nightmares. allowing the viewer to feel my state of romantic decay.

Zamara GreenwoodWebsite  |  More EDOs

Zamara Greenwood is a California-based artist and illustrator with a passionate love for art. She prefers to work traditionally and enjoys creating mixed media pieces because it allows her to explore the possibilities of different mediums (occasionally even utilizing unconventional materials). Her intricate work is a testament to years of self-teaching and experimentation. Drawing inspiration from a multitude of sources, she makes it her goal to create art that conveys beauty, displays great technique, and tells a story.

Find more of her work at blackmonetart.com

ZanVonZedWebsite  |  More EDOs

Zoe ThomasWebsite  |  More EDOs

There is something magical in the moment that a doll finds it's character, it seems to come to life, as if it has embodied the energy from a fragment of time.
I am inspired by nature, dreams, myths and fairytales.