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Three Skeleton Key

by Jeremy Wilson

“It all started one morning at two-thirty. I was on watch, lying on the cool stone deck, pulling on my pipe, staring out at the blackness, the phosphorescent combers and the big yellow stars, when out of the corner of my eye, I noticed something show up for a second. Something the light had touched, far off. I waited for her to come around again and when she did, there it was. A three master. A big one. About a half mile off and coming down out of the north-northwest, coming straight for us. You must understand. Our light was where it was for a very good reason. Dangerous submerged reefs surrounded us and ships kept clear. But this one, this sailing vessel was coming straight on.”-Vincent Price, Three Skeleton Key as featured on, Escape, 1949.

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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)