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Tina O'Neill Finn

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Tina O’Neill Finn is a RISD graduate and an experienced Colorado Springs-based illustrator and designer. Over the past four years she has specialized in the children’s markets but loves new design challenges. Her Tina Beans designs have been sold to Disney, JoAnn fabrics, Paperchase, Besco, Garven, Kids ii, American Greetings and more. She is a freelance designer and works in her beautiful back yard studio. Her main strength is ideation and her absolute love of color. Tina mainly works in digital media.

The Secret Zebra

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The Secret Zebra is a lovely little collection of detailed and whimsical artwork by Katie Garrison. Katie has been a lifelong animal lover and finds her inspiration from all things wild and woodland. She and her husband Reuben  live in coastal Virginia and spend as much time as possible exploring both land and sea with their pup Heidi. When at home, Katie can be found in her studio drawing furry friends and daydreaming about their happy little lives.

Shawnie Mirandon

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Shawnie Mirandon creates her original paintings on the backside of Plexiglas, using acrylic paints blended with a mix of actual beach elements of sand, shells, and rocks along with hand-painted papers. Most critical to Shawnie is the expression of movement, and through years of  experimentation she discovered how to blend and layer her acrylics on glass, successfully creating the soft look of sea foam, waves, and clouds with mix ins of subtle metallics. 

SeeWhyZhang Design

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Cathy Zhang is a self taught artist currently residing in Portland, OR. Her expressive watercolor animals are lovable decor for nurseries and homes. After a ten year career in digital product analytics for startups and large companies, she reinvented her career leaving her full time job at Nike and founding her art business. Cathy's analytical nature influenced her approach to conceptualizing and painting, while her MBA and work experience equipped her with the practical skills she needed to launch a creative business.

Robert Kennedy

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Robert Kennedy has a varied past that includes playing professional baseball, coaching high school football, and practicing law for thirty years. Although he doesn't have  a formal artistic background, his passion for painting turned into his full-time occupation. Presently, he works primarily in acrylics and watercolors. Robert describes his work as an attempt to create the mood of another time: peaceful, serene, and unencumbered by modern-day stress.

Pat Scheurich

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Pat received a degree in Fine Arts from Northern Arizona University. She worked as a freelance graphic designer, and then focused on mural art and trompe l’oeil while balancing the demands of her family.  Finally, as her children entered adulthood, Pat made a commitment to studio work and teaching, with her canvases being purchased by both commercial and private clients. Pat’s art is marked by an unusual use of seamless integration – melding colors, textures, finishes, and objects to create both familiar and unfamiliar special effects.

Nancy Torns

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Born in Caracas, Venezuela, Nancy Gonzalez Torns was raised in New York City with a love of all art forms. Nancy’s collection of often described ethereal works hangs in local San Diego shops and design centers and in private homes throughout San Diego, La Jolla, and Napa Valley. Her works are a combination of art and classical music…the pieces influenced by the musical works she listens to while painting. 

Maren Devine

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Maren Devine has been a graphic designer, a published poster artist, a freelance designer, a mural painter, and - her all time favorite- an inner-city high school art teacher in Dallas. For more than 12 years, she has worked with interior designers and art professionals providing her custom art for many public and private spaces. Her work ranges from abstract to impressionist, and is whimsical and sometimes edgy, but always artful.

Leslie Lemberg Studio

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Leslie Lemberg’s childhood on Long Island Sound fostered a deep connection with the natural world. Now living across the country in Southern California she continues to be captivated by the variations, patterns and endless contrasts in nature. After attending Tufts University + Skidmore College, she studied design at SVA. Combining her varied interests she enjoyed a successful design + painting career in NYC. Finding inspiration in all sorts of places, she hopes her artwork will enrich the lives of people who enjoy it.

Laura Dro

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Laura Dro is an artist and textile designer who was born and raised by the sunny Atlantic Beaches of Florida. Her love of the colors of the perfect day at the beach are reflected in all her original paintings, prints and patterns. With a degree in Fine Arts from the University of Florida, Laura draws inspiration from home textiles, interior designers, colorful floral arrangements and even from vintage photographs. Dro’s artwork is a breezy and fresh style that feels eclectic and dreamy. 

Kendra Shedenhelm

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Kendra Shedenhelm spent her childhood in Nebraska, illustrating short stories, entering poster contests and creating "sellable" wares out of paper place mats. After graduating with her BFA from Chicago in 1996, she immediately moved to NYC and has been fortunate enough to work as a graphic designer, printmaker, illustrator and artist since. She now lives north of Manhattan in a little village on the Hudson with her husband, their 8 year old son and two cats.

Jilly P

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Jillian Phillips is a freelance illustrator and graphic designer based in the South of England. Having studied Fashion in college, she began her career in 1998 as a graphic designer for children's clothing retailers. In 2007, Jillian started her own print studio, creating fun artwork for all manner of children's products. Her designs have been adapted for use on a variety of stationery, greeting cards, fabric, and clothing. A main influence of Jillian's work comes from her trips to Japan.

Green Lili

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Green Lili started in Sheffield, United Kingdom with a view to bring fresh, modern and original art to the walls of your home. The UK studio continues to develop different techniques in painting digitally, from exploring loose, big brush strokes, to intricate detail and texture with inspiration continually drawn from the latest in home interior trends.

Donna J. West

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Donna's lifetime love of fashion provides much of the creative inspiration for her paintings. She combines her passions of art and clothing in her work, striving to transform the otherwise ordinary into her creative vision of what fashion means to her. She uses both brush work and palette knife to manipulate the oil paint and create unique texture on the canvas.  Donna enjoys living and painting in downtown Chicago.

David French

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Born in Morecambe, Lancashire, UK. David completed an Art Foundation course at Preston Polytechnic, but went on to work in the construction industry as a joiner. He lectured in joinery for 12 years while also developing his aspirations to paint full time. David exhibited in various venues in the northwest, (Storey Gallery Lancaster, Harris Museum Preston etc). He also exhibited at the Manchester Art Fair and the Mall Galleries London. His work can be found in collections throughout the UK and Europe. In 2013, he set off with his partner, Kath and his easel, on a round the world cycle trip...'living the dream' of travel and escapism.

Christine Schwimmer

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Christine Schwimmer loves the challenge of painting, mixing paint right on the canvas, using charcoal and scratching to make line, creating images and then destroying them. Painting allows her to express her emotions and capture them in the images she creates. She prefers her paintings to be completed (or the facial features be provided) by the artist within those who observe her paintings. She is inspired by artists such as Nathan Oliviera, Antoni Tapies, Franz Kline and Basquiat. 

Carrie Schmitt

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Carrie Schmitt began painting as a therapeutic practice after being diagnosed with a life-threatening allergy to heat in 2009. Her process involves allowing the painting to emerge intuitively rather than controlling the outcome. Her book, Painted Blossoms: Creating Expressive Flowers with Mixed Media, (North Light Books, 2015) shares tips and techniques to create soulful art and live an artistic life. She has produced art technique DVDs with FW Media and teaches joyful workshops throughout the country. 

Ava Sharifian

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Artist Ava Sharifian lives and paints in Austin, Texas. There is a strong element of the natural world in most of her work. Color is essential in Ava’s paintings and she uses a palette knife to create textures and shapes within an atmospheric field made by using paint brushes. Ava believes that the visual world is so valuable in contributing to the way we feel everyday and that what we surround ourselves with is an integral part of being a conscious, healthy person. She hopes that her paintings bring a little magic to anyone who has a look!

Alison Jerry

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Alison loves everything about art. She has won many awards and has her work placed with major retailers and hotels. Alison uses a variety of mediums like oils, watercolor, pastels, photography, and even Photoshop. Alison enjoys the entire process of making something beautiful and even making mistakes along the way which often turn out better than what she had planned. Her style is experimental, modern and yet complex. Alison currently lives in Dallas, Texas, where she works in her home studio with two cats who try to sleep on her work! 

Angela Staehling

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Angela designs products such as dinnerware, stationery, textiles, home décor, and books. She enjoys gardening, hanging out with her kids, and hiking nearby nature trails. Angela draws much of her inspiration from the outdoors and delights in playing with new art mediums and styles. She is an active member of her local art community, volunteering as art council member, organizer of art events, and juror. Angela has designed and taught art programs to communities in need and brought art projects into schools that lack funding for the arts.

Alison Junda

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Alison grew up outside of Baltimore, Maryland, but spent her childhood summers vacationing on the Outer Banks of North Carolina with friends and family.  These beaches grew to be a place she loved and partly inspired her to attend East Carolina University where she earned a degree in Interior Design. After graduating, her dream of living by the beach came to fruition as she moved to coastal New Jersey, which continues to inspire her painting. 

Vicky Barone

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Vicky Barone is an artist, illustrator, and designer who began her career as an engineer. With two engineering degrees from Virginia Tech, her mind is attuned to solving technical problems, which influences her creative practice. Her diverse artwork has been featured on greeting cards, gift products, packaging, and corporate branding. She is inspired by patterns, texture, color, nature, and the wonderful chaos of parenting. Vicky spends most of her time drawing, painting, creating, exploring, and having fun.

Heather Gauthier Art

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Heather’s style is the culmination of experiences and influences in urban and rural settings. Her popular animal portraits are often described as "anthropomorphic realism": wild creatures in a civilized, very human setting. After a decade of living and working in Chicago (above a pizza parlor) and Africa (on a strawberry farm), Heather and her family of boys live in San Antonio, Texas. She has regular gallery and cafe shows in addition to being featured on the PBS program ARTS and HGTV. Also, she loves cheese.

John Baran

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John Baran is an artist and illustrator from Santa Barbara, California. Already a successful abstract artist, one Christmas John decided to create some whimsical animal prints for his 10 year old daughter’s bedroom walls. It didn’t take long before the prints were selling and John's work will delight both adults and children. His pieces are colorful and whimsical fusions of his abstract art and animals from the land, sky and sea.

Sarah Walsh

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Sarah is a Kansas City based artist and illustrator. She's inspired by animals, magical creatures, coffee, music, a good story, her friends and family, bravery, vintage children's books, and mid-century anything. Sarah has designed typefaces, illustrated for various card lines, dabbled in animation, and designed surface pattern. One of her favorite things about being an artist is that she gets to create a little world for someone to enjoy!

Kelly Angelovic

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Kelly is an illustrator and graphic designer based in Colorado. Specializing in digital illustration, her experience also includes surface and pattern design, hand lettering, brand development and graphic design. In 2001, Kelly earned a bachelor’s degree in Marketing from the University of Colorado. She later attended the School of Visual Concepts in Seattle to study Graphic Design, and established her creative studio in the fall of 2008. Kelly and her family reside in Boulder.

Suzanne Baker

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Suzie Baker is an award-winning artist with work in public and private collections in the US and abroad. She holds a degree in Advertising & Fine Arts from Louisiana Tech University and worked as an art director before trading in her Pantone swatches for paintbrushes. Suzie takes multiple plein-air painting trips annually with recent trips to Paris, the Bahamas, California, and Colorado. She paints and teaches oil painting where she lives in Texas with her husband and two children.

Kristina Bass Bailey

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Raised in Georgia, Kristina Bass Bailey obtained her first job as an artist at the age of 16 when she painted signs for her local grocery store. Upon receiving her BFA in fabric design from the University of Georgia, she interned in New York City in the textile and fashion industries. She came back to Georgia and created visual merchandising for a fashion-accessories company. Presently, Kristina is a full-time painter. Her different creative pursuits continue to influence her practice, and she hopes her art will inspire and bring joy to others.

Molly Bernarding

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Molly began her career in brand identity development and packaging design. As a creative director, she led the creation of identity systems for brands like Reebok, Koppen, Field & Stream, Nike ACG, Umbro, adidas, Maxfli, Nishiki and Slazenger. Inspired by her 2 year old son, Molly began creating a line of children’s graphics that has expanded to include fabric, art prints and product designs. Through the launch of her own company, mingle studios, Molly reinvigorated her love of vibrant color, pattern and children’s motifs.

Christine Berrie

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Christine Berrie gained a 1st Class BA from Glasgow School of Art before heading to the Royal College of Art in London where she graduated with an MA in Illustration in 2002. Currently, everyday scenarios and objects are Christine’s favored subject matter and she has long had an interest in creating colorful, detailed imagery with a hand-rendered approach. The results display Christine’s aim to invest even the most mundane objects with personality. Originally from Glasgow, Christine now works from her studio in the Scottish Borders.

Brett Blumenthal

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Brett Blumenthal has been passionate about wildlife, the environment, and the beauty of the natural world, for as long as she can remember. While pregnant with her son, Brett was eager to share this passion with him and created art for his nursery that could grow with him. Seeing the joy her art brought him, Brett was inspired to make her work available to others. Committed to wildlife and environmental conservation, Brett uses her art as a vehicle to raise awareness about the importance of preserving our beautiful planet.

Flora Bowley

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Flora Bowley is a passionate painter whose love for color and art have resulted in a highly original technique. Her paintings are bold, rich, and playful, and she creates them by layering free-flowing color and mark-making with carefully rendered organic forms. This method helps Flora capture the stories of magical places born from dreams, imagination, and a deep connection to all living things. Her works are admired by gallery owners and art lovers alike.

Laurie Breen

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Laurie Breen is a mixed-media painter. Her work has an abstract and expressive style with a distinctive use of layering and bold colors. She puts new layers over old and allows pieces of the original layers to show through. This technique lends richness to her paintings, leading to an accumulation of visual elements that each plays its own part in the whole. Laurie is inspired by everyday objects and hopes her paintings will bring joy to our everyday lives.

Deborah Brenner

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Deborah Brenner was born in Washington, D.C. and graduated with a major in Art History from the University of Maryland. Her postgraduate studies included classes at the Corcoran School of Art and Design in D.C. and an apprenticeship in Japanese brush stroke with Kazuaki Tanahashi. Today, her paintings are represented nationally in galleries and in private and corporate collections. Calligraphic strokes, brush painting, splashing, and spraying are the techniques Deborah uses to bring her fields of flowers and contemporary abstracts to life.

Becca Cahan

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Born in Vermont and raised in Maryland, Becca now lives and works in Boston. After learning watercolor at a young age, Becca dabbled back and forth between mediums, always coming back for her love of watercolors. Now she integrates her love of line work with watercolors and occasionally explores digital media, sometimes combining all of them. Becca’s work has been focused around patterns, hand lettering, and the smallest details in images, which are her ultimate passion.

Carter Carpin

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Carter Carpin is an artist and designer who holds a BFA in product/textile design from Parsons School of Design in New York City. After years of designing for prominent companies, she launched the magical world of Serious Whimsy, offering art and home decor for kids. Her passion for painting, color, patterns, and collage are fueled by memories of childhood, the beauty and magic in nature, most things vintage, and a need to stay eternally optimistic.

Angie Carrier

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Angie Carrier was born in Bristol, VA. and currently lives and works in Greenville, SC. In 2009, she founded Carrier Collective, LLC., an Art and Interiors company that uses her paintings to create reproductions and beautiful fabrics that are used in her Home Accessory Products. Her work is sold in numerous galleries and retail shops across the country. You will find her most days in her studio creating new work and managing the day to day needs of her art based business. She continues to be collected both nationally and Internationally.

Irene Chan

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Irene was born and raised in Hong Kong. She studied in Savannah, Georgia, and received her BFA in graphic design from the Savannah College of Art & Design. She lived and worked in San Francisco before settling in Atlanta, Georgia. She is a seasoned designer for multiple platforms from graphic design to motion graphics. Her clients range from Disney, Nickelodeon, to Food Network and HGTV. Her latest desire is to create art for everyday life, and her son is her biggest inspiration! She now lives in Atlanta with her husband, her son, and her cat.

Todd Clark

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Todd Clark was born in Calgary in 1963, and the prairies that surrounded him as a child are still among his strongest influences in landscape painting. He works part-time as an elementary school teacher while pursuing his interest in large, oil-based paintings, many of which can be found in galleries in both Canada and the U.S. With art as his method, Todd is on a mission to challenge our conventional understanding of landscape painting by giving it his unique perspective.

Lisa Congdon

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Lisa Congdon is a San Francisco-based illustrator and fine artist with a love for all things natural. That love is expressed in her colorful paintings and drawings, which often depict the trees and animals that have surrounded her since childhood. Lisa collects inspirational objects and weird old things in her studio. Her work is represented by Lilla Rogers Studio.

Katie Daisy

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A graduate of the Minneapolis College of Art & Design, Katie Daisy takes her inspiration from childhood summers spent in Northern Illinois farm country. With a wildflower-toned palette, Katie paints directly from the heart. Her pieces inspire self-discovery and liberation and have struck a chord with thousands of admirers around the world. She is delighted to be able to share her work directly with these fans through her own shop, and also via licensing for a variety of beautiful products.

Andrew Daniel

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Andrew Daniel studied painting at the University of Maine and then moved to Northern California, where he participated in the Honors Painting Program at Humboldt State University. He got his degree in 2001 and has been a professional painter ever since. Andrew creates eclectic artistic pieces inspired by nature, textiles, Mexican folk art, and various global cultural traditions.

Helen Dealtry

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Helen Dealtry has been designing textiles for the worldwide market for over a decade. Known best for her hand-painted floral designs, Helen has worked with some of the leading names in the fashion and interiors industries. Helen also teaches classes at her Brooklyn studio and launched her own line of scarves, Dealtry in 2011.

Jack Dickerson

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Jack Dickerson is a self-referential artist whose inspiration comes from his own history: events, impressions, reactions, emotions, experiences, and insights. With a background in Art Therapy and Creativity Development from the Pratt Institute in Brooklyn, he focuses on expressing emotions through painting and providing artistic counseling.

Emily Drummond

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Emily Drummond’s artistic style has continuously evolved, but was fine-tuned while pursuing her BFA in Art & Design at Alfred University. Growing up in Maine, she was continuously influenced by the picturesque nature of the environment around her. She aims to create work that is energetic and vibrant, while still evoking a welcoming sense of comfort through playful color and subjects.

Nancy Egan

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Nancy Egan, a lifelong artist, sold her first painting at 15 and began winning accolades. She was taught art and inspired by her father, a Yale fine art graduate. When Nancy was ready for college, he insisted she pursue an engineering degree instead of the art path she wished for. Nancy earned a BS in Mechanical Engineering and Industrial Management, but ten years ago she gave it up and switched careers to a full-time professional oil painter. She has a love for still life, landscapes, and seascapes.

Fancy That Design House & Co

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Stephanie Sliwinski is owner/designer of Fancy That Design House & Co. near Milwaukee, WI. Her childhood love of drawing rainbows and unicorns led her to a degree in both Art and Graphic Communication. These days, she is wife to an amazingly supportive husband, Chad, and mom to two young boys, Colton & Beckham. When she is not playing superheroes or stepping on legos, she can be found designing graphics full of elements she loves-color, texture, typography and personal meaning.

Sara Franklin

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Sara Franklin is a designer, illustrator, and surface pattern designer who loves whimsy, color and pattern. After graduating with a BFA in graphic design from California Institute of the Arts, she has continued to grow and develop her naturally whimsical style as seen on surfboards, magazines, CD packaging, coffee labels, and more. She embraces her paints, brushes, dipping pens and calligraphy ink with gusto, getting lost for hours making a very happy mess. It is her wish for everyone’s world to be filled with art, design, color, and adventure!

Amy Genser

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Amy Eisenfeld Genser expresses her artistic voice with paper, her medium of choice. After attending a papermaking class at the Rhode Island School of Design, she started playing with paper, paint, and glue to explore her fascination with texture, pattern, and color. Evocative of natural forms and organic processes, her work is at once irregular and ordered. She constructs her pieces by layering, cutting, rolling, and combining paper. Amy has been working professionally as an artist since 2001, and she enjoys experimenting with metal and wood.

Lesley Grainger

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Lesley Grainger is an English designer who currently lives in California. She received a BA Honors Degree in illustration and design and began creating work that is mainly centered around her children, color, nature, and the beach. Her fun, colorful work can be seen on wall decor, home goods, fabric, greeting cards, baby collections, and more. In her spare time, Lesley enjoys painting, as it keeps her creativity alive and provides inspiration.

Grandlarsen

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Chris Larsen is a provocative artist who describes himself as a creative-intelligence specialist focusing on visual communications. Revolutionary concepts and visual/artistic propaganda are his trademarks, and his creative style stands out in any context. A marksman with sniper-like accuracy, his highly detailed stencil work and social commentary hit the mark, making a powerful visual statement. Razor blades and spray paint are all Chris needs for his designs, and the powerful messages of his art are entirely suited to the medium of stencils.

Halfpence Design

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Simplicity and whimsy define the aesthetic of Halfpence Design. Started as a side project by owner/designer Penny, it soon evolved into a growing and diverse collection married by bold color and clean lines. While no subject matter is off-limits, Penny is particularly influenced by music and the sciences. Penny graduated with degrees in Textiles & Clothing and English from the University of California, Davis. She works as an art director and lives in Northern California with her partner Todd and two-year-old son Tate.

Kate Halpin

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Kate Halpin grew up in Alaska where she discovered her love of plants and the natural world at a young age. She is formally trained as a plant systematist with a master’s degree in botany and now lives and works on a carnivorous plant farm in coastal Alabama. She strives to capture the beauty of the natural world in a colorful and illustrative style.

Gordon Hopkins

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Gordon Hopkins is originally from Boston, Massachusetts and has a formal background in art and landscape architecture from the University of Colorado. Presently living in Europe, he creates diary paintings of events and places he has experienced, starting with any sight or community that gets him inspired. Visual simplicity and layers of colors and textures are important elements of Gordon's work, which has been exhibited in galleries in England, Brussels, and California.

Khristian A. Howell

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Khristian A. Howel's fabulous surface pattern designs can be found on fabric, wall coverings, stationery, & home accessories. Her work has appeared in ELLE Decor, Real Simple & HGTV Magazine. She's certain that exploration, listening, & hope can teach us new things about ourselves & each other. Based in Chicago, she hopes her passion for travel & inspired living is evident in her work. "I am positive one person can teach the world one honest footstep at a time. I deeply believe in living a life that is colorful, balanced, and inspired."

Danny Hughes

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Danny Hughes is a painter who uses his extensive collection of antique books and papers to create mosaics on wooden backgrounds, most of which have been colored and aged in his studio. The process of creation may take weeks and even months, but each step is important to the character of the piece.

Meg Hunt

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Meg Hunt is an illustrator, printmaker, educator, and all-around maker of things. Growing up by the ocean and spending a few years in the desert, she now resides in the wooded city of Portland, OR, where the scenery is always inspiring. Charming characters, color, and pattern dominate her work, and she loves mixing traditional and digital techniques to create a lush scene. Her clients have included Disney, Cartoon Network, Scholastic, Storey Publishing, Oxford University Press, Monoblock, and many more!

Donna Ingemanson

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Donna Ingemanson is on a perpetual artistic quest using the medium of painting. She attended the School of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston and the Massachusetts College of Art and Design. Her art has been acclaimed and published by numerous arts organizations and publications. Traveling around the world for inspiration has provided Donna with many wonderful artistic influences, including figurative painting, folk art, Japanese pottery, nature and improvisational art.

Zoe Ingram

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Zoe Ingram is an artist with an honours degree in textile design. Originally from Edinburgh in Scotland, Zoe now calls Adelaide, Australia home. The fantastic weather and surroundings in Australia provide Zoe with loads of inspiration, as do her two daughters. Her work has been described as colorful, lush, and energetic. In 2013, Zoe won an international art competition with Lilla Rogers Studio and has since worked with clients such as Robert Kaufman Fabrics, American Greetings, Paperchase, and Midwest CBK.

Bethan Janine

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Bethan Janine is a pattern designer and illustrator based in her home town of Sheffield, in the United Kingdom. Inspired by her surroundings of leafy Yorkshire and all things flora and fauna, she loves to draw, combining delicate line work and bright colors to create fun artwork to make you smile.

Jo Chambers of Studio Legohead

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With a unique quality for capturing the personality and humor of canines, Jo Chambers has drawn attention globally. Her contemporary take on pet portraiture has been admired since 2011 and continues to grow. As well as her passion for canines, Jo also loves to capture the joy of flowers, often abstracted and bursting with color. Colorful, whimsical and humorous illustrations are a trademark of her style and her work has been featured by Martha Stewart, Daily Candy and Oh Joy to name a few.

Joelle Joy

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Joelle Joy combines her passions for photography with experiencing the joy of God’s natural world. While surfing in the US, Caribbean, or Costa Rica; snowboarding, or exploring woods out West or in Michigan, she captures the thrill of her experiences through the surreal lens of her artistic eye. “All my art pieces are songs. I crank the jams and tweak an image until it matches the mood,” says Joelle, a photographic/graphic design artist in the Detroit area with a Communications & Graphic Design degree from Liberty University.

Kalligraphy Designs by Kalli LeVasseur

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Inspired by her love for quotes and innate desire to doodle, Kalli LeVasseur began translating words into works of art. Each piece is done freehand and is unplanned; essentially creating itself with each word, each brush stroke. Bright colors and fun patterns are reflective of the joy and love Kalli puts into each piece. Her hope is to spread the same positive energy that goes into her work with those who see it.

Linda Ketelhut

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Linda Ketelhut is a self-taught illustrator and surface designer who now lives in Austin, Texas, after nearly two decades spent in New York City. Drawing on her love of space and design, she imagines different spatial worlds through her illustration, creating unique environments on paper. Linda combines the colors and details of everyday life while working in gouache and pastels. She works both traditionally and on the computer, citing her love of travel as one of her biggest inspirations. The color red is her current favorite.

Josephine Kimberling

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Josephine Kimberling is a surface designer who has been creating surface pattern, artwork, and design solutions for industry leaders in fashion, greeting cards, and gift wrap for over 12 years. With her work inspired by the fashion industry, Josephine’s brand and signature style combines modern influence with a vintage twist and a dash of whimsy — all infused with extraordinary color.

Misha Maynerick Blaise

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Misha Maynerick Blaise is an Austin based artist with an educational background in Middle Eastern studies and Conflict Resolution. She spent many years as a youth worker and community organizer in under-served neighborhoods in Chicago. After the birth of her first child, she turned her long time interest in the arts into a full-time career path. She is inspired by the idea that the arts can communicate the tremendous capacity the world has for love, unity, and justice.

Midori McCabe

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Midori McCabe is a U.S. artist who was born in Tokyo, living there and London before moving to the States. As a child, she took private art lessons, which went hand-in-hand with piano playing and singing. Art and music are coordinated into her life, as she sees images in music and hears music in art. In her art, Midori aims to put a spotlight on all her inspirations: dreams, music, movies, books, and her own creative stories. Midori intuitively combines color, texture, and form into a fluid whole until she can hear the melody.

Jill McDonald

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Jill McDonald graduated from the Rhode Island School of Design with a major in textile design. She went on to work as a print stylist in New York for BabyGap, after which she returned to the Midwest to work as an illustrator for Hallmark Cards. Now, she creates an array of fun designs for bedding, wall art and more, drawing inspiration from lively color spectrums and floral patterns.

Jennifer Judd McGee

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Jennifer Judd-McGee is a mixed media artist and illustrator who lives and works in Northeast Harbor, Maine. Much of her inspiration comes from her coastal Maine surroundings and the patterns and forms she sees in nature. She has shown her work in galleries in the US, England, and Canada. Her work has also been featured in several books, including Old School, Jen-11, and The Handmade Marketplace. Clients include Target, Hallmark, Timberland and the NYC Arts for Transit Program, among others. She is represented by Lilla Rogers Studio.

Starla Michelle

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Starla Michelle Halfmann is an Austin artist and Texas native, and received her BFA Degree in Design Communications from Texas Tech University. She paints in impasto style combined with mixed media. “I grew up on a farm in west Texas where the only access I had to art was a “P” encyclopedia. At 4 years old I would thumb through and turn to “Paintings”. In college I took an entry level class for design and picked up a paint brush and haven't put it down since. Painting is such a joy to me and I love sharing this passion with others."

Melanie Mikecz

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Melanie Mikecz specializes in a charming, mixed-media style. Originally from Wisconsin, she earned a BFA from the Washington University School of Art in St. Louis. Melanie has worked as an illustrator and designer in Boston, London, and San Francisco, absorbing cultural and artistic influences from each of these places. Although her main artistic endeavor is illustration, she also enjoys painting in her spare time, which pushes her talent to new areas of exploration.

Mincing Mockingbird

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Matt Adrian is a California-based painter whose work explores color and composition with a focus on all things avian. His passionate love of nature leads him on extensive travels where he gathers inspiration for his acrylic on wood panel paintings.

Carmen Mok

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Carmen Mok was born in Hong Kong. At 16, with two suitcases in tow, she started a new chapter in her life when she travelled to Canada to continue her high school and university education. She was trained in ceramic sculpture and dinnerware design at University of Waterloo and Sheridan College and continues to teach herself graphic design and illustration. Her works have been published in numerous magazines across Canada and the USA, and on products such as greeting cards, gift-wrap, stationery and home decor items.

Monster Riot

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Monster Riot are collaborative duo Catherine and Jason. They met at the University of Westminster, where they studied Illustration and Animation. Catherine and Jason started working together in 2010 to merge their love of all things cute, retro, character driven, and colorful into one entity. Together, they create eccentric illustrations and adorable plush characters. Monster Riot has worked with a variety of clients. Their work has been seen on t-shirts, prints, greetings cards, and magazines.

Shannon Newlin

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Shannon Newlin has always enjoyed a creative life. As a child, she used to love to paint pictures on her clothing and would wear them to school. This beginning eventually led to a successful career as a creative director in product development for several children’s brands. Now, a mother of two young children, she has found her paintbrushes again. She continues her artistic journey by creating expressive paintings, patterns, and images inspired by florals, nature, and the honest feedback of her kids.

Mary Jo Olsen

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Mary Jo Olsen, born and educated in California, now lives in Washington. She studied at UCLA, the Brentwood Art Center, Cornell University and in the Masters Class of the Santa Fe Art Institute. This extensive art education has helped her form unique skills and develop her own visual language, which is hallmarked by intense, vibrating colors and the expression of powerful passions. Her engaging canvases have been exhibited extensively in Los Angeles and throughout the western states.

Oopsy Daisy House

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Here at Oopsy Daisy, Fine Art For Kids, we constantly surround ourselves with color and inspiration. Now through the Oopsy Daisy House collection, it’s even easier for you to find artwork for kids’ rooms that celebrates individuality. With over a decade of experience in providing engaging art products for children, we’re able to create the best and most unique designs that are sure to spark the imagination of your entire family.

Paste Face

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Paste Face is a design collective based out of Cincinnati, Ohio. Paste Face got its name from the cut-and-paste aesthetic which utilizes the ability to reinvent images through a process of imprecise precision. Simultaneously dissecting, blending, and rebuilding non sequitur elements from popular culture, ephemera, science fiction, science, mechanics and uncharted realms of obscurity, Paste Face brings a fresh perspective to how we view our world.

Paola Zakimi

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Paola Zakimi spent all of her childhood and part of her youth in cold Patagonia, Argentina. Her independent nature led her to Buenos Aires, where she studied Arts and Graphic Design. Paola lived in Buenos Aires, Palermo until 2007, when she was prompted to move to Villa Giardino, Cordoba, where she still resides today. Paola Zakimi specializes in art dolls, painting, drawing, and illustrating, because of its multiplicity and freedom of interpretation. She became a full-time artist after moving to her new home in Villa Giardino.

Caroline Wright

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Caroline Wright is a painter and cellist, and these disciplines are complimentary sources of inspiration. She attended Brown University and lived in France and Italy before returning to her hometown of Austin, Texas, where she is a full-time artist. Her paintings are both exuberant and contemplative, embodying the longing to be grounded and free at the same time. Caroline enjoys collaborating with musicians, dancers, and filmmakers to explore the spaces where these various art forms overlap.

Winborg Sisters

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Mendy Winborg Reese and Megan Winborg Gerrard are an artistic duo from Utah. Mendy studied at Utah State University in Logan, Utah and obtained a BFA and a K-12 teaching certificate, after which she taught art in public schools. Megan got a degree in elementary education from USU and spends many hours volunteering at her children’s charter school, teaching art and working on the art committee. Both Mendy and Megan are inspired by children’s literature and artwork and enjoy creating illustrations for little ones.

Kristen White

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Kristen White has a painting and art-therapy background at Arcadia University, but her artistic tendencies emerged when she was a little girl. Her interest in creating children’s artwork developed from her ability to evoke an aura of innocence with her artwork. Kristen finds inspiration in unique materials and has a passion for all things vintage, from antique stores to flea markets. The various objects she stumbles upon in these environments help expand her creative horizons and keep her full of fresh and attractive ideas.

Katie Vernon

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Katie Vernon is an illustrator who has spent most of her life in the midwest, but whose heart belongs in the mountains. Her inspiration comes from being a florist, working with alpacas, and living on a bus. She’s worked with Ikea, The Land of Nod, Urban Outfitters, and Chronicle Books; and has been featured on HGTV, Design*Sponge, and OhJoy! Some of her favorite things include rearranging furniture, seltzer water, and two different species of animals becoming friends. Katie is also rather fond of her partner, daughter, and part-dingo dog.

Anna Todaro

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Anna Todaro is an acrylic painter from Chicago, Illinois who enjoys making art simply to make the world a more creative place. She loves the romance of painting, the magic of making artwork, the power that art and color have to transform a place or a room, and the power that art has to make people happy and to uplift their spirits. Anna shows work in galleries and art fairs around the United States. She also loves to live paint at events and in public whenever she gets the chance.

Jessica Swift

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Jessica Swift is a freelance artist and pattern designer who draws her inspiration from childhood visions and imagination. The ability to visually represent her childhood aspirations lies at the foundation of her work, which aesthetically guided her steps into adulthood. Jessica’s bright style is featured in a variety of ways and places, from paintings in galleries to illustrations on people’s walls and even their pajamas.

Sorry You're Happy

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Sorry You’re Happy is an art licensing and surface design studio made up of husband and wife illustrators Kyle Reed and Jen Hsieh. Born in Taiwan and raised in Toronto, Jen is an illustrator with an enthusiasm for fashion, family and frivolity. Kyle was brought up in the extremely obliging suburbs of Southern Ontario and raised on a diet of picture books and Saturday morning cartoons. Sorry You’re Happy collections keep things playful and whimsical, creating characters and patterns that make us happy. We apologize if they make you happy too.

Jason Smith

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Jason Smith is a Phoenix, Arizona-based painter who studied at the Herberger College of Fine Arts. His paintings are filled with bright, vivid colors and patterns that allow every element to be expressed and interact. Jason's figures and settings go back to his childhood art, and the frankness and simplicity of the images lead the viewer inside the painting, into a universe with its own imaginative rules of color and loveliness.

Katy Smail

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KT Smail was born under the dusty trees of Scotland, learned to draw amongst the gothic sea-stone of Edinburgh and graduated from Edinburgh College of Art with a First class (hons) degree in Illustration. She now lives in Brooklyn, New York where she continues to work as an illustrator, designer and exhibiting artist. She is represented by

Siri Selle

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Siri Selle hails from Haugesund, Norway and came to the US to study art and psychology. By age 20, Siri was selling internationally. She developed an ongoing program for individuals with mental retardation at a Floyd Training & Developmental Center. In 2007, she opened her studio, Studio Siri in Rome, Georgia, where she teaches children and adults the disciplines of art while spreading a passion for arts within the community by offering various art events. Siri believes that painting is a fearless expression of energy, time and space.

Jones Segarra

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Joni Segarra, a.k.a. “Jones,” is a self-taught artist who began her art career after she became a mother. She started with painting children’s art and soon moved on to painting in homes, businesses and show homes. She has sold her acrylic paintings all over the U.S. and abroad and her artwork has been published in several books and catalogs. In addition, she was honored to have the opportunity to paint two cows in the world-famous “cow parade.”

Christopher Ross

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Christopher Ross has been shooting around the globe since 1997. Following in the footsteps of his fellow aquanauts, Christopher has been on over 600 dives and looks forward to many more photo shoots that take him into the deep blue.

Robin Rosenthal

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Robin Rosenthal is a graphic designer and illustrator who specializes in products for babies and children. She graduated from Yale University with a BA in art and has worked as a graphic designer ever since. She was an art director at Martha Stewart Kids magazine for three years, where she realized how much she loved designing and illustrating for children and their parents. Robin has owned her own company since 2007 and also designs iPhone games for children.

Jessica Robbins

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Jessica Robbins is a contemporary artist based in Los Angeles, California. She received her BFA from the Massachusetts College of Art and Design in Boston, and her work has been exhibited in a variety of locations across the U.S. and Asia. She has been commissioned to create work for the TV and film industry and her art has been included in numerous print publications. Her experiments with different sources allow Jessica’s visual universe to foster various dichotomies that stand at the base of her artistic process.

Stanislav Prokopenko

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Stan Prokopenko was born in 1986 in Odessa, Ukraine. In 2003, he began studying at the Watts Atelier of the Arts in San Diego and then teaching there in 2007. He is represented by Gallery Russia in Scottsdale, Arizona and The Julian Art Gallery in Julian, California. Stan enjoys painting portraits, figures, and landscapes mainly in oil with an emphasis on light and form. In 2012, Stan started making video tutorials for artists (www.proko.com) that want to learn how to draw.

Paula Prass

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Paula Prass is a designer of interiors, textiles, art, clothing patterns, and accessories. Her success can be attributed to her unpretentious, lighthearted approach to artistic creation. By combining art and design and using crisp colors, Paula offers a new twist to classic patterns in a variety of products, including picture frames, canvas art, and stationery. Paula creates each original design using sketches, painting, or digital graphics.

Pim Pimlada

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Pimlada Phuapradit is an artist and designer at Pim-Pimlada Studio, which is based in Bangkok, Thailand. She earned BA in Textile Design from the Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology, (RMIT), Australia in 2003 and worked as a knitwear and surface pattern designer in Bangkok. In 2011, she received her MFA (Illustration as Visual Essay) from the School of Visual Arts (SVA), New York. Today, Pim continues to work in the field of surface pattern design while consistently looking for new way to introduce illustrative elements into her designs.

Susy Pilgrim Waters

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Susy Pilgrim Waters is an illustrator, designer, and painter whose work is used extensively in print advertising, book and magazine publishing, and commercial licensing. Her signature style combines color, shapes, and wit for vibrant, evocative results. She applies a wide range of styles and approaches to her work, mostly using mixed media such as wood, fabric, paint, and printing. Susy’s artistic laboratory is centered around her numerous sketchbooks, which are her main source of inspiration.

Agnes Pierscieniak

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Agnes Pierscieniak is an interdisciplinary designer living and working in Los Angeles. From logos to murals, Agnes uses vibrant colors and crisp patterns to create identities for diverse clients and places. Inspired by the multicultural mix, innovative architecture, and verdant landscape around her, Agnes creates work that is big, bright, and bold. With loud patterns, geometric shapes, and an exceptional sense of color, she creates a west-coast sensibility centered on bright and happy LA days.

Petite Malou

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Marie Louise is a fine artist and art instructor from Denmark. She spent her childhood in the countryside near forests, fields, and the sea. The surrounding landscape is her main source of inspiration as well as years spent abroad in the United States and France. Combining her Scandinavian heritage with her passion for art and nature, she creates timeless images filled with light and color.

Susan Pepe

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Susan has spent most of her career teaching art to kindergarten children, and now, after raising a daughter of her own (and two Labradors), is devoting herself full time to her art. Inspired by young children, Susan has developed a loose, colorful style - often combining tissue paper with acrylics, to create a soft, layered effect. She feels extremely blessed to have the opportunity to do what she loves, to follow her passion, her heart, as she paints her dreams.

Amy Paul

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Amy Paul merges art and design in her North Park San Diego studio, focusing on both organic and urban subject matter. She is a multi-media artist who creates on canvas, paper and wood. Amy has been commissioned for projects in a variety of commercial and residential settings and owns Pigment, a gallery in North Park. Amy holds a Masters degree from the University of San Diego and is an instructor at local community colleges and Point Loma Nazarene College teaching color theory, drawing, and art history.

Meera Lee Patel

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Meera Lee Patel is an artist raised by the New Jersey shore, where she swam the bright waters and climbed cherry blossom trees until she grew old enough to draw them. Her illustrations are inspired by the magical mysteries of nature and the bold spirit of her native India. Her illustrations have appeared in numerous publications and books, and have been translated into housewares and apparel by various companies as well. Meera lives and works in Brooklyn, NY.

Catherine Breer

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Catherine Breer is a Maine artist who celebrates the beauty of New England in her art. She began painting as soon as she could hold a brush. Having spent her youth in Korea, she was strongly influenced by the bold colors and graphic forms unique to that part of the world. Catherine blends the influences of her younger days with her love of the landscapes of New England. Her work embodies her desire to catch glimpses of everyday life as it happens and reveals her love of color and form.

Victoria Johnson

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Victoria is an English artist living in Rome. After graduating with a degree in textile design, she was offered a job as a print designer in Manhattan. She stayed in New York for twelve years, eventually, co-owning and running a design studio. Victoria’s work features very feminine color palettes, a broad variety of techniques, and even when whimsical it has a ‘grown-up’ quality and appeal. Victoria works from home and loves the fact that she can be tinkering with her artwork while being available for her two children.

Mati Rose McDonough

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Mati Rose McDonough is a passionate artist whose declared mission is to represent the types of magic she encounters on a daily basis. Her focus on imagination and beauty extends to children and grownups alike. Mati Rose creates fantastic creatures in paint, fabric, found paper, and canvas for lovers of hope and adventure all over the world. She currently lives in San Francisco, where she takes inspiration from the ocean and any colorful encounter.

WP House

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We’ve assembled an epic team of creative superheroes, and sometimes we have to let our creativity rip. The WP House collections of Canvas Wall Art and Fabric Wall Decals sport some of the freshest graphics around and we’re thrilled to be able to help you Wheatpaste your walls. Created exclusively for Wheatpaste Art Collective right here in the heart of San Diego, California, the WP House line is the final word in rad room décor. Don’t believe us? Shop the collection and see for yourself.

GreenBox House

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Whether you seek to create a traditional, contemporary, or modern atmosphere for your home, it’s easy to make your statement with GreenBox Art and Culture. The GreenBox House collection was established with the idea that a home without art is a home without soul. Now you can choose from canvas wall art that emulates tranquility, sizzles with vibrancy, or simply provokes a conversation. By taking a hands-on approach to modern home décor, GreenBox House canvas wall art provides options that speak to you.

Liz Mytinger

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Liz Mytinger is a Florida native. She majored in illustration and earned her BFA with honors from Ringling College of Art and Design. Currently based in Atlanta, GA, Liz follows her passion of illustration and surface design. Her love of vintage and mid-century visual aesthetic shines through in her work. When she isn’t creating art, she enjoys exploring woodland and mountainous terrain, which are still very new and magical to her.

Stacy Amoo-Mensah

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Stacy Amoo-Mensah is the owner and designer behind ELM & GRAY, a design studio located just outside of Chicago. A former kindergarten teacher, turned self-taught graphic designer and illustrator, Stacy has found her true passion in her ability to create designs that are modern, fresh and unique!

Amy Blay

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Amy was born in the 70's in Montreal, Canada and is the daughter of a graphic designer/illustrator and an arts and craft enthusiast. She spent her early life surrounded by magic markers, letraset, macrame, paint and fabric. A career in the arts was soon to follow. She gained a BA Honors Degree in Illustration from The University of Westminster, and a Masters from Central Saint Martins in London. She now lives in the UK with her husband, a sculptor and illustrator, her daughter, an incredible crayon scribbler and two cats.

Andy Anh Ha

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Andy Anh Ha studied arts at the University of Knoxville, Tennessee. He graduated with a BFA in fine arts and with a focus on media arts. His main project focus involves conceptualizations of the lotus flower, which represents "sheer creative power and purity amid adverse surroundings." Andy uses techniques including hand stenciling, painting, and collage. Andy's artwork is influenced by his Eastern background: clean, simple, and strong.

Angela Donato

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Angela Donato graduated from the Ringling College of Art and Design with a major in illustration and now works full time as a freelance illustrator. After an accomplished career in children's magazine and book illustration, she began licensing her artwork, creating vivid oil paintings inspired by children. Angela's vintage-style pieces whimsically weave the classic good old days with a creative modern appeal, joining decades of time with one brushstroke.

Angelo Franco

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Angelo Franco was born in Ecuador and moved to the United States when he was 19. He studied under a full-merit scholarship at the Art Students League in New York City and has been painting for more than thirty years. Angelo's work is included in the Art Students League's permanent collection and featured in numerous private and corporate art collections. His style is highly colorful and contrastive and is based on trying to capture the essence of his subjects, whether natural sceneries or still lifes.

Ashley Dietrich

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Ashley Dietrich works as a volunteer wild bird rehabilitator, which has significantly influenced her artwork. Capturing gestures, the complexity of feathers and an individual bird's personality is a fulfilling technical challenge.  Ashley enjoys sharing her studio with both a parrot and a dove.

Ashley Percival

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Ashley Percival is an illustrator from the United Kingdom. He gets most of his inspiration from wildlife and nature, the rest comes from his quirky imagination. Ashley's unique artwork is suitable for all ages and his products will add fun and color to your home.

Betsy Olmsted

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Betsy's inspirations are driven by the concept of localism. She loves funny suburban rodents, garden creatures, farms, and domestic animals as well as a good mix of weeds and flowers. Visiting local farmers' markets and flea, country craft, and antique shows are great places to find new ideas and develop vibrant color stories. Her two sons are a constant inspiration and loves that her self-driven, creative career allows her the freedom to spend time with them.

Bobby Sikes

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Bobby Sikes grew up in the small town of Lawrenceville, Georgia. His interest in art developed early at the age of 4, and he was miraculously guided to many mentors during his youth who helped form him into the artist he is today. After graduating from The University of Georgia and working in the family business, Sikes followed his passion for art and studied in NYC and Italy concentrating on large scale murals. Today Bobby's work can be seen in corporate and private collections including Scottish Rite Hospital for Children in Atlanta.

Brian Love

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Art is Brian Love's first language. He began drawing before he could read, and took oil painting lessons at 7, leading to his BFA in Media Arts from The University of the Arts in Philadelphia. Brian walks through life mesmerized by colors, shapes, letters and patterns. His designs have a mid-century sensibility seen through a modern eye. When not in front of Photoshop or an easel, Brian brings his creativity to others through yoga, as a Certified Power Vinyasa Yoga Teacher. He currently resides in Philadelphia. Be original Be you. B.Love.

Caroline Blum

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Caroline Blum was born and raised in California, where she decided to become an artist at a very young age. She studied painting at UC Santa Cruz and at the New York Studio School. Today, she lives and works in her studio in New York City, where she paints imaginative flowers and landscapes. Caroline is inspired by the work of Frida Kahlo, Susan Rothenberg, and Henri Rousseau. Her artwork has been exhibited in New York, California, and England and has been described as "dreamy, light-filled and mystical."

Colleen Phelon Hall

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Colleen Phelon Hall graduated from the University of Richmond with an art and business degree. She specializes in painting murals and mostly works large-scale commissions for hospitals, schools, and homes. The wide range of images she creates has led to projects painting celebrity nurseries. Colleen's main artistic mission is to bring joy to others, and she works with non-profit organizations to create unique, joyful spaces for ill children.

Cory McBee

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Cory McBee is a South Carolina based graphic designer who holds a BA in Fine Art from The College of Charleston and an MFA in Graphic Design from SCAD. Her designs stem from her love of typography, mid century art and design, and the world around her. Her work has been featured on many design blogs and sites such as ApartmentTherapy.com. She has also been published many times, most recently in CMYK Magazine as a top professional for 2012. She lives each day with an artist’s mentality and never stops creating.

Danny Englander

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Danny Englander is a photographer and web developer/owner at High Rock Media in San Diego, California. His work is inspired by his surroundings in the area. From the city to the harbor to the ocean and points in between, photographic subject matter in Southern California is limitless and quite inspiring. Danny's style has been influenced by many of the great photographers including Ansel Adams, Wright Morris, Paul Strand, and Edward Weston.

Daviz

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Paul Davies is a highly skilled graphic artist with over 30 years of experience in the fields of advertising, design, and publishing. After giving life to other people’s creative ideas, he is now delighting audiences with his unique graphic style and a rather curious new name - Daviz Industries! At the early age of 11, Paul decided what his career path would be. He is a self-taught artist and produces hundreds of images for story boards, children’s books, and magazines every year.

Gale Kaseguma

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Gale Kaseguma was a popular artist whose work has been exhibited in numerous solo and group shows. Particularly interested in interacting with her audience, she appeared on television shows such as Good Morning America and All Year Round with Katie Brown. Gale's technique involved layering several media, including Japanese collage paper, wax, glazes, and paint to create highly textured surfaces of surprising effect. The careful crafting behind this process and the distinctive playfulness of her art are part of the artistic legacy she left us.

Jean-Francois Debongnie

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Jean-François Debongnie was born in Brussels and has been based in Singapore since 1989. A self-taught artist, he is keen to work with large canvases, which give him the opportunity to explore the themes that inspire him. Florals are a central motif in his work, treated both as a conceptual topic and as a study in movement, landscape, and color. The use of Chinese ink adds a dramatic fluidity to all Jean-François' works, and the general abstract feel of his style is easily recognizable. 

Jenn Ski

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Jenn Ski is an artist and illustrator with a passion for modern and mid-20th century art and design. Upon obtaining her BFA in Graphic Design from the University of Massachusetts, she started creating the paper and acrylic paintings that began to define her style. Soon after she moved this aesthetic to the computer, and began trying to reproduce her painting style in digital form. Her paintings and digital giclée prints were a critical and commercial hit, which got her noticed by the Lilla Rogers Studio art agency. 

Jennifer Hill

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Jennifer Hill is a Boston-based designer and illustrator best known for her vibrant print series, "Places I Have Never Been." These depict imaginary vacations she has created since childhood, which showcase her talent and ability to present those visions in an artistic manner. Jennifer is inspired when working in a creative environment, surrounded by fellow artists.

Jillian Phillips

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Jillian Phillips is a freelance illustrator and graphic designer based in the South of England. Having studied Fashion in college, she began her career in 1998 as a graphic designer for children's clothing retailers. In 2007, Jillian started her own print studio, creating fun artwork for all manner of children's products. Her designs have been adapted for use on a variety of stationery, greeting cards, fabric, and clothing. A main influence of Jillian's work comes from her trips to Japan.

Joy Ting

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Drawing has been a part of Joy Ting's life ever since she can remember. All through school, she drew and lettered for classmates and teachers. After a career in elementary education (nine splendid years of teaching art!) she now works as an illustrator and surface designer. Throughout the day and in the wee hours of the morning (she's also a mom to two wonderful boys), you can find Joy drawing and painting flowers.

Judith Jarcho

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Judith Jarcho's professional training began at the Minneapolis College of Art and Design, where she received her BFA, which led to a Master's Degree in art education. Her paintings have been featured in numerous museums throughout the U.S., and her pieces are stand outs due to an innovative use of color and texture combined with a preference for classical media. Judith is a colorist who works in the traditional medium of oil paint on canvas, constantly trying to capture the essence and energy of her subject.

Karin Grow

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As a native to southern California, I can't help but be inspired by the nature around me. Although I enjoy using a variety of mediums, the majority of my work is acrylic. It's always fun playing around with interesting color combinations or painting with a soothing monochromatic palette. My career in art started out of high school when I worked as an assistant for an illustrator/muralist. Nowadays, my time is spent running a little art and vintage shop online, teaching studio classes, and working as the art curator for a local coffee house.

Kasey Hope

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Kasey Hope graduated from Auburn University with a degree in Elementary Education. In 2007, she combined her love for art and kids into one dream job when she opened P'zazz Art Studio. Her studio inspires children and adults to live their life to the fullest and to give back in big ways. She uses her studio and her art to help feed orphans around the world through the organization Rice Bowls. She has also traveled to Honduras to teach art at an orphanage she helps support. Kasey believes that serving others is truly the most fun way to live!

Kim Holbrook

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Growing up in the Midwest, Kim Holbrook spent lots of wintry afternoons creating art. After studying art in college, she moved to California where she was influenced by the architecture and bold colors inherent to Mexican and Californian design. Kim's lively paintings are inspired by the bright, vibrant colors found in the landscape that surrounds her. The repetitive pattern in textiles (especially Native American) interests her as well, inspiring her to layer bold acrylic colors in multiple horizontal bands. Kim enjoys painting large-scale.

Kim VanDerHoek

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After graduating with a fine arts degree in Illustration from California College of the Arts in Oakland, Kim worked as a graphic designer for 11 years. Today she paints in the studio as well as en plein air (painting outdoors). "I enjoy the challenges plein air painting poses. Dealing with the weather, changing light, and the other difficulties of painting outdoors has forced me to learn to make decisions quickly, to paint with commitment and above all, to have a plan for each painting."

Linn Maria

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Linn Maria Odnes Jensen is a Norwegian Graphic Designer and Illustrator, based in Oslo. She graduated as a Graphic Designer from Westerdals School of Communication in Oslo, Norway and studied Illustration at Solent University in Southampton. Linn has worked at Leo Burnett agency in Oslo and is currently working for Swix Sport. Her playful, yet reserved style feeds off of her love for geometric forms. Linn's work is very colorful, and she enjoys the contrast between organic and geometric forms.

Maria Carluccio

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Maria Carluccio's career in graphic design began after she graduated from Carnegie Mellon University. She has had side careers as a textile designer, editorial illustrator, children's book author, and product designer, each of which has left its influence on her art. Maria draws her inspiration from nature, the random objects she collects, and her pets and their habits. Maria's collages have a vintage appeal thanks to the range of papers and trims she chooses, but she always adds a fresh sophisticated edge to her work.

Rachel Austin

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Rachel Austin is a Portland-based, full-time, self-taught artist who shows her paintings across the country. Recently, her colorful, fluid work has been featured on design blogs such as Daily Candy and Apartment Therapy. Rachel's inspiration comes from moments of everyday beauty, maps, and colors.

Rachel Mosley

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Rachel Mosley lives in a rural Mayberry-like town near Newnan, Georgia. Inspired by her artistic, book-loving family, Rachel discovered her love of children's illustration and was delighted to find that she has a real knack for it. She uses a combination of hand drawing and digital illustration in her work, and loves to experiment with new and unique printing processes. As the proud mom of four little citizens of the world, her work is particularly inspired by travel, nature and classic children's literature.

Roger Groth

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Roger Groth is a native of California. His original, modern artwork is inspired by the Golden State's sunny lifestyle of the fifties and sixties. Working with popular cultural influences and maintaining a constant interest in the vibe of the local communities, Roger using various techniques. While his primary medium is acrylics, many of his other pieces are mixed-media creations.

Sally Bennett

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Sally Bennett graduated as a painting major from Maryland Institute College of Art and studied at the Lacoste School of the Arts in Lacoste, France. She has worked in the interior design field for many years, specializing in decorative painting. Over the years, Sally's clients have included such high-profile companies as Barney's, the Whitney Museum Store, Saks 5th Avenue, and Portico Home. Sally's eccentric style led to jobs designing New York bars and nightclubs, where she gained experience with a variety of different styles and environments.

Sarah Lowe

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Sarah Lowe has loved creating art for as long as she can remember. Her current work draws inspiration from the imaginative and joy-filled world of her two children. Sarah's painterly style is sweet, soft, whimsical and sometimes humorous. She believes one is never too young to be artfully inspired. Painting both digitally and traditionally, Sarah also works out of her Midwest studio as a freelance illustrator and custom portrait painter.

Shelly Kennedy

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As a child, Shelly Kennedy made jewelry from foil, sewed tiny pillows for her dolls, and decorated her sneakers with gum wrappers. Today, as a "grown-up girl" with training in art and illustration, her work is just as much fun, combining creative and entertaining elements into her art. Shelly is inspired by parties full of friends, vintage picture books and the ever-changing interests of her kids. She finds exhilaration in family chaos, magazines, rainy days, fingers dusted with sidewalk chalk and the way a puppy stretches after a good nap.

Stephanie Bauer

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Stephanie Bauer started painting at the age of six, and the motifs of her childhood have stood with her throughout her artistic studies and professional career as an artist, architect, and interior designer. Her connection to her three daughters and her passion for children's painting and illustration have influenced her whimsical and colorful art, resulting in pieces that little ones can truly relate to.

Stephanie Corfee

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Stephanie Corfee is a freelance graphic designer and artist who holds a degree in fine arts and a degree in Biology. She has worked as a watercolorist, fashion designer, portrait artist, and graphic designer. Her style is characterized by intricacy of detail and bold, brave colors, and her work is composed of high contrasts and balanced curves and forms. Stephanie's artisitic goal is to create works and prints that are accessible and joyful, and whose sales allow her to contribute to the greater good.

Steve Haskamp

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Born and raised in the Midwest, Steve Haskamp holds a BFA in painting from the Kansas City Art Institute and worked for Hallmark Cards, Inc. for twelve years. This experience led him to his present work on a wide variety of projects, from children's book illustration and stationery design to gift wrap and journals. Steve also enjoys doing editorial illustration for numerous magazines and finds inspiration in his garden of exotic plants and in the company of his energetic pets.

Susana Parada

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Susana Parada is the artist behind Parada Creations. A professionally trained graphic designer, Susana creates art that brings a burst of color and positive element to any room of a home. New to the art-print scene, Susana's art is already gracing homes around the globe and can be found in numerous art publications. Following her deepest artistic desires, she currently is focused on bringing individual pieces of art to homes all over the world.

Tidal Photography

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Tidal Photography is owned by Ryan Cardone, who is a freelance photographer dedicated to images of the ocean, aquatic life, and surf. After traveling the world as a professional surfer and seeing so many amazing places, Ryan attended Brooks Institute of Photography in Santa Barbara to pursue a career in photography. The ocean is his main artistic inspiration, and his work has been published in National Geographic Kids, Surfer, Surfing, and Surfer's Journal.

Tina Loeffler

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Tina is an illustrator and pattern designer based in Germany, where she lives with her husband and small daughter in an old house in the north of the Black Forest. Tina's illustrations are greatly influenced by the beautiful wildlife in her nearby woods. Combining different materials and mixing analog and digital techniques, are part of Tina's creative process. When she isn't illustrating her world, she loves to make music, giving small concerts as a singer-songwriter.

Yellow Button Studio

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Yellow Button Studio is the home of illustrator and surface designer Jessie Schneider. She spends most of her days creating out of her home studio based in Saint Paul, MN. Her work is described as colorful, lighthearted, and inspirational. Jessie has a passion for creating unique, fun artwork with a folky twist. When Jessie isn't in the studio, she loves to spend time biking, drinking coffee, antiquing, and exploring the outdoors with her Shepherd/Corgi mix, Dolly.

Annette Tatum

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Annette Tatum received her degree in design from UCLA and began designing apparel. Inspired by vintage textiles and classic designs, Annette brought these designs into the realm of home décor in 1999, when she launched a bedding line. The high demand for lifestyle infant and juvenile décor led her to sell her designs in boutiques worldwide. Annette enjoys searching for creative inspiration and helping other women cultivate their business ideas.

Arrolynn Weiderhold

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Arrolynn is a freelance illustrator specializing in children’s and editorial design. She is originally from Florida, where she received her B.F.A. in Illustration from Ringling College of Art and Design. Currently residing in Washington D.C., Arrolynn spends her free time sketching at the zoo, museums, parks, and cafes. Her inspiration is pulled from her collections of children’s books, greeting cards, fabrics, and anything else she can get her hands on.

Eric Carle

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Eric Carle is the acclaimed creator of brilliantly illustrated and innovatively designed picture books for very young children, among which The Very Hungry Caterpillar is his best-known. He has illustrated more than seventy books, which have sold more than 90 million copies around the world. The secret of his books' appeal lies in Eric's intuitive understanding of and respect for children, who sense that he shares their most cherished thoughts and emotions.

Bari J.

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The designer behind the Bari J. brand is Bari J. Ackerman. She attended DePaul University and is currently a fabric, surface, and sewing pattern designer. Bari is well known in the fabric industry for her whimsical designs and bold eye for pattern and color. She has created many successful lines of fabric for renowned fabric houses, a line of home decor wall stencils, and a line of sewing patterns. Bari is the author of the book, Inspired to Sew, and her work has been featured in many national and international magazines, and is sold worldwide.

Creative Thursday by Marisa

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Marisa is a Los Angeles-based artist, designer, and illustrator. After several years of exploring careers in advertising, graphic design, and interior design, she discovered true happiness and fulfillment in painting. A prolific creator and lover of color, Marisa’s work is usually acrylic on wood or canvas, and often includes mixed media. Her entrepreneurial spirit leads her to encourage people to find what makes them happy and follow their heart.

Barbara Chotiner

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Barbara Zuckerman Chotiner studied graphic design and illustration at Syracuse University and later received her MFA from the University of the Arts in book arts and printmaking. Through analog and digital methods, Barb combines textures, color, shapes and abstract forms. Inspired by the fusion of rules and repetition math and fluidity and freedom English, she spends her days drawing, making mono prints, scanning and taking out excessive amounts of children s books from the library. Only a few of which are actually for her two small children.

Cathy Walters

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Cathy grew up in northern California and studied art at San Jose State and UCLA. She spends her days making art, lists, and green smoothies. She loves new possibilities and painted toes. She has almost no concept of time. Much of her work focuses on her love and empathy for animals. She longs to give meaning to their lives while also bringing beauty and happiness to people’s homes. She now lives in Colorado Springs, CO with her husband and two teenagers.

Eleanor Grosch

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Eleanor Grosch's arrangements of line and form are sleek, minimalistic experiments in geometry. Well-known for her unique modernist perspective on the feathered, the furry and the scaly, Eleanor brings a designer's edge and distinct mid-century aesthetic to her artwork. Eleanor draws inspiration from Spanish abstract painter Joan Miro and modernist illustrator Charley Harper. In 2010, Harper's estate asked Eleanor to redesign charleyharperprints.com. Eleanor's prints have appeared alongside Harper's work and that of Harper's descendants.

Jennifer Mercede

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Jennifer Mercede graduated with a B.A. in painting from Western Washington University before moving to Portland. By showing art in coffee shops, Portland formed Jennifer's artistic personality and she began to receive the love and support of a great community. Her painting style references free-flowing text, bright color fields, and crazy, energetic doodling. Jennifer's art is meant to engender joy and motivate, and she gets inspired by life adventures, children’s art, old-school hip hop, graffiti, abstract expressionism, and creative friends.

Jennifer Sanchez

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Jennifer Sanchez is a New York-based artist whose work incorporates vivid geometrics and vibrant colors. Jennifer's paintings are enthusiastic works in progress whose layering and intense experimental techniques ultimately result in minimal and uncluttered pieces. The revelation of the process in the work itself is what distinguishes her art, making her paintings instantly recognizable.

Jenny Kostecki-Shaw

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Jenny Kostecki is a graduate of the Kansas City Art Institute whose passion for travel combines with her art in the most unexpected ways. Her love for India and Nepal inspires her, resulting in vibrant pictures and stories. Jenny also enjoys being in the outdoors with her family, where she always finds new resources for her art. She and her husband run the Dancing Elephant Studio, sharing spiritual and artistic knowledge with the world.

Lisa DeJohn

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Lisa DeJohn's work has always drawn from a variety of influences, including nature and the arts. She has an extensive career as a painter, designer, and mixed-media artist and has been showing her work in solo and group exhibits for over a decade. Lisa's work has also been highlighted in numerous blogs and magazines including The Boston Globe, Elle Decor and Marie Claire Italia.

RedCamper

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RedCamper believes life should just be a summertime road trip, forever. From the back seat wars with your brother, to snapshots of cheesy grins in random locations, to swerving onto the shoulder to stop at a roadside stand selling homemade pie, everything they make or do is about that….Summertime adventures and sticky fingerprints on the windows. RedCamper's signature greeting cards, journals, boozy jams and now wall art all celebrate wanderlust or tongue in cheek humor.

Suzy Ultman

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Suzy Ultman was born in Pennsylvania, but colorful Amsterdam also plays a large part in her work. She has lived on three continents and embraced the culture of each, allowing them to influence her visual aesthetic. Suzy's style of illustration is influenced by her childhood, love of nature, and travel. She enjoys being in beautiful habitats among nature’s palette of forms, textures, and colors. Suzy explores the worlds within our world, the little details that make us smile, and the connections that make us all part of the global community.

Heather Gentile-Collins

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Heather Gentile-Collins set up Gentile Designs soon after graduating from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago in 1992.  Her artwork has been featured in both television and print. Heather has worked as a freelance artist in many areas: as a commercial fashion illustrator, children's décor designer, muralist, and fine artist. Her goal has always been to create innovative artwork that inspires a sense of peace, nostalgia, and positive energy. Heather's studio and family live in harmony under one roof in Chicago.

Keith Pytlinski

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Born and raised in Southern California, Keith Pytlinski lives with his wife and two children near Los Angeles. He has been around photography most of his life, growing up with a father who always had a camera in his hands. It wasn't until the rise of digital photography that he began pursuing photography as more than a hobby. Keith specializes in shooting action sports, but is not afraid to point his camera at an amazing landscape.

Kim Anderson

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Since graduating with a degree in Textile & Surface Design, Kim Anderson has created an extensive portfolio of artwork for a variety of greetings card publishers in the UK, Europe, and the United States. Her greetings card ranges have been in the prestigious finals of the Henries Awards, the highest accolade for design talent within the UK card industry, and some of the artists that have inspired her include Picasso, Elizabeth Blackadder, and The Bloomsbury Group.

Ellen Giggenbach

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Born in Bavaria, Germany, Ellen now lives and works in Eastbourne, New Zealand. She is married with two young, creative sons. Ellen studied graphic art in Vienna and received a New Zealand Diploma with Distinction in Design. She creates art by cutting and assembling graphic shapes from vibrantly painted papers. Her inspirations include the birds and flowers she observes from her sunny studio. Ellen’s German heritage influences her designs and a passion for the nineteen fifties, sixties and seventies inspires her graphic shapes and bright color combinations.

Catherine Ledner

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Catherine Ledner grew up in eccentric New Orleans surrounded by positive, hardworking people. She lives with two dogs, two cats, and four bunnies and her pets inspire her to photograph animals and people, too! Catherine enjoys the fresh perspectives on everyday life that come from traveling. She loves to listen, enjoys collaboration and firmly believes that all people are created equal and all questions are good questions.

Bob Kennedy

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Robert Kennedy has a varied past that includes playing professional baseball, coaching high school football, and practicing law for thirty years. Although he doesn't have a formal artistic background, his passion for painting turned into his full-time occupation. Presently, he works primarily in acrylics and watercolors. Robert describes his work as an attempt to create the mood of another time: peaceful, serene, and unencumbered by modern-day stress.

Jolby & Friends

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Jolby is the name of artistic duo Josh Kenyon and Colby Nichols, who began their joint design career in their hometown of San Diego. The secret behind their creative collaboration is combining Colby's artistic obsession with creatures and shapes and Josh's creative love for pattern and texture. The imaginative and skillfully executed results are an important element of the artistic community of Portland and beyond.

Eli Halpin

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Eli is short for Elizabeth. Artist Eli Halpin grew up in Alaska and now lives and paints in Austin, Texas. She focuses attention on the facial expressions of animals, while enjoying and celebrating their many features. Eli's original paintings are made on wood with oil. She uses large brushes to lay down super thick paint and her messy, drippy style is bright and metallic. Eli's work tells stories. The scenes she paints are infused with romance and humor, while emphasizing the instinct, intuition, and wisdom of nature.

Eric Isselée

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Born in 1966 in Brussels, Belgium, Eric Isselée has always been passionate about the animal kingdom and nature. His first visit to Africa and the sight of beautiful endangered species brought to the creation “Life on White” in 2006. In the past six years Eric's project has grown to 22,000 photos of over 850 animal species. “Life on White” also helps through donations, made from the sale of animal photos, to animal charities and sanctuaries helping endangered species. Eric currently lives in Brussels with his wife, four children, and many pets.

Julie Bluét

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Julie Varisco is a Virginia-based artist and illustrator. She is the owner of Julie Bluét, her own design studio. As a wife and mother of six grown children, Julie says that treasured memories from each of her children and grandchildren, along with the family pets, have inspired so much of her signature collection. Her work is rich with vibrant colors, beautiful patterns and a touch of whimsy.

Aaron Foster

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Aaron Foster uses the very distinct media of vintage license plates and reclaimed wood in his art. Having graduated from the University of California-Davis with a degree in history, he is preoccupied with the memory of the objects he uses and incorporates that into his artistic pieces. Aaron’s interior design work has been featured in numerous magazines and television programs, turning him into a distinctive figure in the U.S. home-design market.

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