Artist Profile: Karlie Carpentier Rosin

Canadian illustrator and painter Karlie Carpentier Rosin shares her colorful portfolio and her artist story.     ABI:  How has your illustration work evolved over time? KCR:  My illustration work has evolved in a few ways. My techniques have matured from fully traditional to mixing those techniques with digital software such as Photoshop. The way […]

Artist Profile: Jill DeFelice

I think “the story” is not only part of selling the art, but also creating it.

Artist Profile: Susan Connery

While it can be tricky for someone to create a design from scratch, they may already have some special patterns they love and would want to see on a mat.

Artist Profile: Julie Spako

My ceramics have evolved over time to include folk patterns from eastern Europe.

Artist Profile: Brad Michael Moore

I no longer consider myself a working photographer, but an artist incorporating photography in all fashions available to me!

Artist Profile: Lisa Gibson

This winter I had the opportunity to license my images to a new greeting card company, St. Thomas Greetings.

New Jersey Art Biz Seminar Announced

This two-day intensive professional development program presents practical strategies and information on specific markets, with useful information for artists and makers who want to grow their small businesses.

Artist Profile: Gail Golden

I have made many commitment rings for people who are not seeking the traditional wedding path.

Artist Profile: Shelby Andre

My passion with paper is one that started off with a few tiny scraps of misfit pieces that has since erupted into the chaotic, beautiful obsession it is today.

The Art of Illustration

My style of art is very whimsical and based in story, so many of my projects focus on bringing a story to life or creating a new character with a story to tell.