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I was born in Italy where I have lived for most of my life and where I currently work as part-time illustrator. Starting at my earliest memories, I have always had a passion for drawing. Fed on a diet of cult TV, fairy tales and comic books I inexorably followed the path of imaginative art.
Stories feed the soul, I am an avid reader and I strongly think the illustrator is a storyteller who can create images and worlds made of magic, mystery, love, romance, tragedy, possibilities are limitless.
I began working as freelance commissioned illustrator few years ago and my work has appeared on several books and magazines. I enjoy the challenge of being a freelance as no two projects are the same and every day unlike the one before. My working technique includes mainly markers, pencils and watercolours with a painting style that often mix all these techniques together.
Piero Macgowan is a Mexican-born Illustrator, Fine Artist and College Professor based in Baltimore, USA. He works full-time as a Senior Concept Artist at Firaxis Games, a video game company located in Hunt Valley, Maryland, and obtained his B.F.A. in Illustration with Honors from the Maryland Institute College of Art. He has since been invited to be a professor in the Illustration department, where he currently teaches, and enjoys creating his personal work at home, where he uses both digital and traditional tools to make his art.
Feel free to visit his website at www.pieroartist.com where you can also find his resume and a link to his blog.
I am a conceptual illustrator. Most of my works are personal projects, but I am available for client commissions. I draw inspiration from personal experiences, fashion, symbolism, metaphors and the female form.
My goal is to inspire creative thoughts and feelings in any person who sees my work. I am working towards my goal of creating a connection with other artists and to lend support to the artistic community.