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Great artists

This is an expo to some of our artists that I like. If you like the pictures, and you will like them, then a link to there homepage is just a click away. Please use the link to read about the artist and look at more of their work because I only have a few of their artwork. Copyright links.

Ruth Thompson

From her homepage:
y name is Ruth Thompson, a native Ohioan. How did I get started? Well, I was playing AD&D with my boyfriend (now husband) in college and started drawing our characters. He saw them and told me that I should be an artist instead of a fish geek (I was in biology), and the rest is history! I started going to sci-fi/fantasy conventions, where for some reason the people just kind of went ga-ga over my artwork. I did that for about five years and then decided to get into the Renaissance Faire circuit, and now I do both. I really just kind of did what I thought was best at the time - followed my instincts and used good judgment. It's been a wild ride so far, and I'm still having a great time!

Lawrence Williams

Lawrence Allen Williams has been in the world of fantasy art since he was 19 years old. He paint beautiful art in forms of dragons, fairies and a lot more of both fantasy and fiction. A must see artist so nothing more to mention other than have a nice viewing.

As a funny fact I can mention that he is married to Victoria, sister to Ruth Thompson.

Larry Elmore

From his homepage:
Larry Elmore has been doing fantasy and science fiction art for roughly 17 years. He worked as a staff artist for TSR, Inc. from 1981 to 1987. While at TSR, he helped set the standards of gaming art in the role-playing genre. Besides doing covers for Dungeons & Dragons, AD&D and other gaming books and scenarios, he may be best known for his work with the world of Dragonlance. Since 1987, he's been working as a freelance illustrator, doing covers for comics, computer games, magazines, fantasy and science fiction books and many more projects too numerous to list here.

Jim Warren

These pictures are a little what Jim can do. Jim sends the pictures that are on my site to me and I just want to you all to se his work. Like his work? Go to Jim’s homepage and look thru his amazing work.

Amy Brown

Pacific Northwest artist, Amy Brown was born in Bellingham, Washington in 1972.

"I try to keep things simple so the viewer's eyes and mind are allowed to create their own reality. Every viewer has a different story to go with what they see. Often they pick up on things in the paintings that I never even realized were there..."

Denise Garner

Denise has really beautiful romantic fantasy art at her homepage. Read more about her and how she was as a kid. I'll show you at this side a little taste from her work.

Stephanie Pui-Mun Law

By day she is a computer programmer, by night she scribbles away at her desk to conjure creatures and mythical lands from her imagination. Stephanie Pui-Mun Law currently lives in California, and has been doing freelance illustration and graphics since 1996. She graduated from the University of California at Berkeley in 1998. While expanding her gallery of personal work, she also does character portraits for role-players, and other random requests.

Jonathon Earl Bowser

Canadian artist Jonathon Earl Bowser was born in 1962. He began drawing obsessively at age 8, painting at age 18, and graduated from the Alberta College of Art in 1984. His limited-edition prints and collector's plates are now represented by many galleries internationally, and his original paintings are in public and private collections across North America, Europe, and Asia - including the government collections of China and Taiwan.

Clyde Caldwell

As a boy growing up in a small town in North Carolina he went to University of North Carolina at Greensboro for his studies. In 1983, he was hired on at TSR, where he remained for almost 10 years. In 1992 Clyde left TSR to pursue a freelance career.

Keith Parkinson

Upon Graduated from Kendall School of Design in 1980, Keith took a staff artist position at a company called Advertising Posters. TSR was the next stop. During a five-year stint as a TSR staff artist he contributed to a wide variety of projects. After the five years at TSR, Keith decided it was time to move on to a freelance career.

Jeffrey Bedrick

Jeffrey K. Bedrick has been around a long time. He started he’s career as apprenticeship with acclaimed artist, Gage Taylor in –77 to –79. After that ha has done a lot of work and he’s list of work is so extensive that you have to look for yourself. With no delay here is a brief look at all the work.


Rodney Matthews

Who haven’t seen any poster with Rodney and wonder over his admixture of fantasy/science-fiction art.

Dawid Michalczyk

He have been working then -93 with the computer to do images, he lets the computer and his artistic ability to digitally accomplish his collection.


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