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Autumn Day

by Julia Lundman

I always love to paint and draw fairies in the autumn months. This year I have been exploring bats and fairies and fairies with bat wings. This little one is hanging around, as one does, enjoying the fall leaves.

This piece is 9″ x 13″, acrylic and watercolor with a bit of colored pencil on BFK Rives cream paper. I’ve mounted it on black foam core and a thick paper cover for protection while shipping.

Autumn Day: Fairy fantasy art. Painting is 9" x 13", acrylic and watercolor on Rives BFK paper. Comes protected on foam core with protective covering for shipping.

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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.