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Anna is an Illustrator and Pattern Designer working in Dublin, Ireland. She creates colourful and quirky, retro inspired illustrations and patterns for stationary, fabric and accessories. With a passion for animals, nature and everyday objects, Anna likes to use this as the main influence in her work.
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Ich bin Vorruheständler und mache Computerkunst mit POVRAY und mit Mandelbulber. Meine Bilder sind alle programmiert. War früher Software Entwickler.
Das Programm POVRAY gibt es bei
herunterzuladen. Wie man Bilder mit POVRAY macht, wird dort unter Documentation beschrieben.
Das programm Mandelbulber gibt es unter http://www.mandelbulber.com/download.php runterzuladen.
Also stop by http://www.pegeenshean.com
I paint stories and for the substance of my narratives, I draw on my life experience as well as from those around me. I love intertwining tension with dramatic devices such as satire, paradox, irony, and suspense. The basic ingredients for the making of a great novel, play or movie also make for an excellent painting. I am not a realist, so it is not important to me to have my paintings look like a photograph, the essence of a person is good enough; what is important to me, is the story.
I hope you enjoy your journey through my galleries--I am sure you'll find something you must have!
I was born in New York City and raised in New Jersey--sort of. Although my parents grew up in NYC, my father was adamant about raising his children in a house with a yard and a pool. My mother went along with the fantasy, but for her the reality was a different story. A loquacious New Yorker who didn’t drive, she was stuck in the middle of nowhere with two children under the age of five. She quickly hated the suburbs and came up with a compromise.
Every other morning she packed up my sister and me, and we joined the ranks of commuters climbing aboard the bus for a forty-five minute ride to the city and our busy day of socializing with family and friends. My father had the illusion his family was enjoying a country life, and my mother was happier when my father came home. It worked beautifully, until my father noticed the expense and insisted it stop.
But my mother was as stubborn as she was clever and set into motion a new creative plan that I marvel at to this day. She would scan the New York Post’s obituaries each morning, pick a deceased person and fabricate a fictitious friendship. Paying her final respects to a friend was a duty--not an option. As a good Irish Catholic woman, she had to help the family through this difficult time. There were times people she knew were dropping dead like crazy!
My family ignited the creative spark in me. My mother and her family laid the foundation for the appreciation of a good story. Every week, relatives and other colorful characters gathered at my grandparents’ apartment, laughing, singing and story telling. My father’s two sisters were both painters and showered me with art books and color by number painting sets as birthday and Christmas gifts.
In addition, my parents built a playroom in the garage and filled it with toys and art supplies. Although I shared it with my sister Nancy and, then three more siblings, I considered this my art studio, my sanctuary. When we were not in the city, I would spend hours creating: making drawings and paintings, once making a very convincing removable papier-mâché cast for a pretend broken arm, followed by a disastrous Plaster of Paris leg cast that began cutting off the circulation. No, Dad was not enthusiastic about art that day! Expletives were flying as he tried getting that cast off my leg.
At first, my family did not understand my decision to attend Kean University in Union, New Jersey for a Bachelor of Arts degree in Theatre Arts, but it made perfect sense. Theatre married art and drama within a strong social structure that I found very fulfilling. I worked for 15 years as a lighting designer, stagehand and occasionally, an actor. However, if you are not willing to live an itinerant life-style, you are limiting your options and success. Eventually, I chose to settle down in a city. Seattle was my choice and where I began exploring the fine arts again.
Judith Loske wurde 1988 geboren. 2010 hat sie ihren Abschluss als Diplomillustratorin gemacht und arbeitet nun freiberuflich vorwiegend im Kinderbuchbereich.
Sie arbeitet am liebsten mit dem Bleistift und einer Mischtechnik aus Buntstift und Aquarell. Zum Schluss werden die einzelnen Bildbestandteile am Computer, wie bei einer Collage, zusammengefügt.
Judith Loske was born in 1988. 2010 she completed her degree in illustration. Now she works as a freelancer in the field of children's book illustration. She likes to work with pencils, watercolours and the computer.
Visit me: www.judith-loske.de
Hi! My name is Kotryna, aka KATA. I am developing my small illustration business KATA KIOSK and you can see how it goes at FB page at http://www.facebook.com/pages/Kata-Kiosk/175076925843579. Beyond buying my prints here, You can also take a look to my professional portfolio at www.kata-illustration.com, or blog at www.kata-illustration.blogspot.com
I'm looking for a Representative for editorial commissions for British/European/North America market and you can contact me at katrez (@) gmail.com
Ulrike lebt und arbeitet in Berlin. Als freie Künstlerin und Designerin umfasst ihr Arbeitsfeld sowohl Malerei und Grafik, als auch Projekte für Film und Theater, Illustration und Konzept Design. Mehr zu Ulrikes Arbeiten findet ihr unter www.ulrikebeck.com.
''Willkommen in meiner Bilderwelt!'' :)
Ulrike lives and works in Berlin. Her field of work comprises graphical art work, illustrations, conceptual and costume designs as well as their practical realization.
More artwork and informations about Ulrike you can find on www.ulrikebeck.com.
I'm a French writer and illustrator living in France.
I've had a few novels, short-story collections and artbooks published, and I keep going with more publications as time goes by.
I also worked as a translater for a while, and ran a publishing house from 2007 till 2009. I finally ended up earning a living as a webdesigner.
I've been drawing and writing since early childhood, and keep doing that in my free time as well as photography and short films.
I love illustration, Art Nouveau, comic art, pin-up art, and many more things that help me and inspire me on a daily basis. These influences show up in my own images, and I hope to make you enjoy them...
Cecille is a little girl who always dreamed to be happy and to paint people ́s smile on their faces.
Cecille likes vegan chocolate and soya milk with vanilla flavour.
Cecille likes to do small illustration of people and their world. She thinks that people are not old enough to be children again.There are many fairy tales to be said...