Tessera Guild Artist Spotlight Presents:
Five Artists You Absolutely NEED to Follow
Rachel Quinlan is an award-winning fantasy artist based in Saint Clair Shores, Michigan. She graduated from Michigan State University in 2001 with a B.F.A. in Studio Art. Working primarily in ink and watercolor, she attempts to emulate techniques that were commonly used by illustrators of the Golden Age. Inspired by nature, folk tales, and mythology, she hopes to create images that are magical, immersive and mysterious.
Some of Rachel’s gorgeous art, including her pieces ‘Wise One’ ‘Tiny Hoard’ ‘Fisherman’ ‘Cailleach’ and ‘Ascend.’
All images – copyright Rachel Quinlan
Rachel will display her wondrous art at several shows in 2019, including:
Motor City Comic Con
May 17 – May 19
October 23 – 27
You NEED to check out more of Rachel’s work right here: www.rachelquinlan.com
And make sure to follow her at Twitter (@RachelQuinlan) Instagram (rachelquinlanart) and Facebook (https://www.facebook.com/rachelquinlanart)
Anthony Ojeda is an illustrator and storyboard artist. He’s originally from New Jersey, but is currently based out of Los Angeles. (He says the winters are brutal in L.A., but we at Tessera Guild don’t quite believe him.)
Besides creating awesome art, Anthony loves to cook, travel, and enjoy fancy whiskey.
Check out these kickass creations by Anthony:
All images copyright Anthony Ojeda
What you NEED to do right now is click HERE
to go to Anthony’s friggin’ awesome website, especially to view his portfolio
And then follow Anthony on Instagram: _Tonyojeda
Some of Anthony’s latest projects include:
– Death Comes to Glenfallow w/ Sinopa Publishing
– Various Storyboard positions w/ GoDaddy, FreenJoy, and JunctionProductions
– Production work- stage design, concept art, etc.
Alexia Veldhuisen was born and raised in Amsterdam. For many years she worked at Gojoker Strips & Comics, a well-known comic shop.
Pursuing her lifelong dream of becoming a comic book artist, Alexia moved to the US, where she graduated from world-renowned comic book program, The Kubert School. Alexia was awarded the Dave Simons Memorial Scholarship for her achievements in inking.
Next to comic art, traditional painting, and digital art, she enjoys coffee, video games and “normal” books.
She dreams of telling her own stories and secretly being a master samurai.
Some of Alexia’s art, including several pieces illustrated for Sinopa Publishing:
47 Furious Tails Cover
All images copyright Alexia Veldhuisen
Presently Alexia is the artist illustrating, coloring, and lettering the comic book ’47 Furious Tails.’ She is also contracted as the editor for the 2019 ‘Sinopa Assemble!’ project, a creator-owned comic book anthology. Alexia has previously contributed art to the RPG adventure book, “Tarot Adventures, Book Two: Comet over Echo Rock” in which she produced truly stunning work.
You NEED to follow Alexia on Facebook HERE.
…and at ArtStation.com, right HERE.
And definitely at her epic Instagram.
Laura Potter is an abstract artist who paints from pure emotion.
She began painting 10 years ago to help express emotions, and found it to be the perfect way to do that.
When doing commissions, she listens to her clients’ needs carefully to be sure to capture the right image and colors.
Most recently she collaborated with a musician to produce a CD cover for a winter-themed album.
Take in a few of Laura’s amazing and colorful abstract creations:
All images copyright Laura Potter
And ABSOLUTELY at her website, right HERE
Corey Carter is the designer and owner of Ocean Inspired Design. Her love for shelling and art led her to open a coastal-themed Etsy shop where fellow ocean lovers can find handcrafted seashell home decor and unique gifts.
When Corey isn’t gluing seashells on everything she can get her hands on, she enjoys writing, reading, wine, imagination, music, and terrible dancing.
Check out Corey’s crazy-awesome shelltastic designs:
All images copyright Corey Schultz Carter
What’s new for Corey in 2019?
She’s going BIG with mirrors! Many of her clients inquire about custom seashell mirrors, and so she’ll be making larger designs than ever before. Seashell mirrors require a lot of time and attention, but the end result is stunning!
Cover your house in shells by visiting OceanInspiredDesign on Etsy: https://www.etsy.com/shop/OceanInspiredDesign
And you have simply got to follow Corey’s latest creations on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/oceaninspireddesign/
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