THE ART OF AMY BROWN Fantasy Faery Art Hardback Book

THE ART OF AMY BROWN Fantasy Faery Art Hardback Book

$33.95

The Art of Amy Brown

Fantasy Faery Art Prints
Hardcover Book
Introduction by Charles de Lint

This wonderful hardcover book, The Art of Amy Brown, is dedicated to the art of Amy Brown. This book is filled with the wonderful fantasy art of Amy Brown, including her gorgeous faery art, angels, dragons, gargoyles, elves, some with unicorns, butterflies, owls, frogs, or other wild creatures, some whimsical and some dramatic, some light and cheerful, others dark and even some gothic. All are full color. Each print has a brief paragraph about the print, written by the artist, about what she was trying to accomplish, what inspired it, or how she feels about this particular work of art. The last page contains as Afterword by Amy Brown explaining how she creates her images

  • We've tried to list below all the prints included in this gorgeous book:
  • Aquamarine
  • The Autumn Court
  • Autumn Daydream
  • Autumn Siren
  • Autumn Whispers
  • Bashful
  • Believe
  • Birth of Magic
  • Black Birds
  • Blue Angel
  • Blue Faery II
  • Blue Lady
  • Boadiccea
  • Book Worm
  • The Brat
  • Bubble Blunder
  • Bubble Sprite II
  • The Butterfly Queen
  • Calling the Crows
  • The Candle Crown
  • Captured Moon
  • Cloak of Stars
  • Come Stay Awhile
  • Companions
  • Contemplation
  • Crow Girl
  • Curiosity
  • Dark Elf III
  • Dark Enchantment
  • Dark Faery
  • Dark Horse
  • Dark Waters
  • Doormouse's House Warming Party
  • Dragonfly
  • Dragon Daughter
  • Dragon Daughter II
  • Dragon Dream
  • Dragon Keeper
  • Dragon Sword
  • Dryad
  • Eclipse
  • Eilwynn
  • Enchantment
  • Encounter
  • Epona
  • Evangeline
  • Faery and Goblin
  • Faery Dancer
  • Faery Gold
  • Faery With Staff
  • Fey
  • Fire Dance
  • Fire Element
  • Follow Me
  • Forest Spirit
  • Forget Me Not
  • Foxglove
  • Fox Maiden
  • Fox Sister
  • Gabriel
  • Gargoyle
  • Gargoyle II
  • Gargoyle III
  • Gothic
  • Green Faery
  • Green Man
  • Green Sprite
  • Green Woman
  • Guardian
  • Gypsy
  • Heron
  • Hiraedd
  • Ivy Sprite
  • Jack
  • Koi Watchers
  • Leannan Sidhe
  • Lighting the Way
  • Liquid Jade
  • Little Red Mischief
  • Luna
  • Magic Beneath the Mushrooms
  • Magic Frog
  • Mari Morgan
  • Memory of Wings
  • The Moon Pool
  • Moonsprite
  • Moonstone
  • Morgana
  • Morgan Le Fey
  • Mystic
  • Mystique
  • Night Blossom
  • Night Flyers
  • Night Winds
  • Nimue
  • Nyn
  • The Oldest Faery
  • Pedestal
  • The Pest
  • Phoenix II
  • Primrose
  • Queen Mab
  • Queen Mab
  • Quiet Moment
  • Raven
  • Raven Dance
  • The Red Queen
  • Rhiannon
  • Rhiannon II
  • Rhiannon 2001 (Enchanted Journey)
  • Rook
  • Secrets
  • Seer
  • Shade
  • Shy
  • Silent Halls
  • Siren
  • Snow Queen
  • Snow Queen II
  • Something Rich and Strange
  • Something Wild II
  • Sound of Wings
  • Source of Magic
  • Sphere II
  • Spinner
  • Spring Queen
  • Strange Company
  • Summoning Dawn
  • Summons
  • Tattooed
  • Tempus Fugit
  • Thinking of You
  • Thorn Queen
  • Three Faeries Discussing the Comfort of Toadstools
  • Titania
  • Trespassers Will be Digested
  • Tuatha de Danann
  • Untamed
  • Water Element
  • Water Emeralds
  • Web Dancer
  • Wild Companions II
  • Wild Rose
  • Wild Thing
  • Wild Violet
  • Willow
  • Wind in Autumn
  • Wind Ritual
  • Wings Like Sunsets
  • Winter Solstice
  • Wish You Were Here
  • Woodwitch

 

  • Dimensions: 9½" x 12"
  • Approximately 160 pages
  • Hardcover Book with heavy, quality dust jacket
  • Published by Chimera Publishing
  • ISBN: 0-9744612-1-0

Taken from the Dust Jacket:
"Fantasy artist, Amy Brown, resides in the Pacific Northwest along with various annoying house goblins and garden trolls. Although she spent countless hours doodling as a child, it wasn't until her early twenties that she became serious about her art and began to dabble with watercolors. Despite unsolicited advice that she should paint in oils or acrylics because "watercolor artists never become successful", Amy found that watercolors had a luminous quality that lent a spark of life to the creatures she painted. After her very first faery painting sold only 2 days after it had been displayed in the gallery where she worked, Amy decided to delve deeper into the faery realm. Being a firm believer that "art has no rules", the expanse of possibilities involved in studying and painting faeries were too fascinating and challenging to ignore. Her art is sometimes whimsical, sometimes humorous, often dark and mysterious. Every image tells its own tale.

"When asked to explain my work, I often try to remain vague on the specifics. I would much rather the viewer construct their own tale. I want you to look at one of my paintings and think 'I want to be there' or 'I would like to know that creature better'. While I paint I can see the creatures moving and talking in my head as if they really existed. They are almost like my companions, each having a different personality, quirts and habits. My hope is that others will view these characters and form a similar bond with them."

Ten years later and over 850 paintings under her belt, Amy is still exploring the faery realm and immortalizing its inhabitants. They dwell under toadstools in the bottom of the garden, prowl the deepest corners of the forest, and stroll through quiet castle halls. They beckon you to come and visit....rest your weary feet....stay awhile....stay forever.

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The Art of Amy Brown

Fantasy Faery Art Prints
Hardcover Book
Introduction by Charles de Lint

This wonderful hardcover book, The Art of Amy Brown, is dedicated to the art of Amy Brown. This book is filled with the wonderful fantasy art of Amy Brown, including her gorgeous faery art, angels, dragons, gargoyles, elves, some with unicorns, butterflies, owls, frogs, or other wild creatures, some whimsical and some dramatic, some light and cheerful, others dark and even some gothic. All are full color. Each print has a brief paragraph about the print, written by the artist, about what she was trying to accomplish, what inspired it, or how she feels about this particular work of art. The last page contains as Afterword by Amy Brown explaining how she creates her images

  • We've tried to list below all the prints included in this gorgeous book:
  • Aquamarine
  • The Autumn Court
  • Autumn Daydream
  • Autumn Siren
  • Autumn Whispers
  • Bashful
  • Believe
  • Birth of Magic
  • Black Birds
  • Blue Angel
  • Blue Faery II
  • Blue Lady
  • Boadiccea
  • Book Worm
  • The Brat
  • Bubble Blunder
  • Bubble Sprite II
  • The Butterfly Queen
  • Calling the Crows
  • The Candle Crown
  • Captured Moon
  • Cloak of Stars
  • Come Stay Awhile
  • Companions
  • Contemplation
  • Crow Girl
  • Curiosity
  • Dark Elf III
  • Dark Enchantment
  • Dark Faery
  • Dark Horse
  • Dark Waters
  • Doormouse's House Warming Party
  • Dragonfly
  • Dragon Daughter
  • Dragon Daughter II
  • Dragon Dream
  • Dragon Keeper
  • Dragon Sword
  • Dryad
  • Eclipse
  • Eilwynn
  • Enchantment
  • Encounter
  • Epona
  • Evangeline
  • Faery and Goblin
  • Faery Dancer
  • Faery Gold
  • Faery With Staff
  • Fey
  • Fire Dance
  • Fire Element
  • Follow Me
  • Forest Spirit
  • Forget Me Not
  • Foxglove
  • Fox Maiden
  • Fox Sister
  • Gabriel
  • Gargoyle
  • Gargoyle II
  • Gargoyle III
  • Gothic
  • Green Faery
  • Green Man
  • Green Sprite
  • Green Woman
  • Guardian
  • Gypsy
  • Heron
  • Hiraedd
  • Ivy Sprite
  • Jack
  • Koi Watchers
  • Leannan Sidhe
  • Lighting the Way
  • Liquid Jade
  • Little Red Mischief
  • Luna
  • Magic Beneath the Mushrooms
  • Magic Frog
  • Mari Morgan
  • Memory of Wings
  • The Moon Pool
  • Moonsprite
  • Moonstone
  • Morgana
  • Morgan Le Fey
  • Mystic
  • Mystique
  • Night Blossom
  • Night Flyers
  • Night Winds
  • Nimue
  • Nyn
  • The Oldest Faery
  • Pedestal
  • The Pest
  • Phoenix II
  • Primrose
  • Queen Mab
  • Queen Mab
  • Quiet Moment
  • Raven
  • Raven Dance
  • The Red Queen
  • Rhiannon
  • Rhiannon II
  • Rhiannon 2001 (Enchanted Journey)
  • Rook
  • Secrets
  • Seer
  • Shade
  • Shy
  • Silent Halls
  • Siren
  • Snow Queen
  • Snow Queen II
  • Something Rich and Strange
  • Something Wild II
  • Sound of Wings
  • Source of Magic
  • Sphere II
  • Spinner
  • Spring Queen
  • Strange Company
  • Summoning Dawn
  • Summons
  • Tattooed
  • Tempus Fugit
  • Thinking of You
  • Thorn Queen
  • Three Faeries Discussing the Comfort of Toadstools
  • Titania
  • Trespassers Will be Digested
  • Tuatha de Danann
  • Untamed
  • Water Element
  • Water Emeralds
  • Web Dancer
  • Wild Companions II
  • Wild Rose
  • Wild Thing
  • Wild Violet
  • Willow
  • Wind in Autumn
  • Wind Ritual
  • Wings Like Sunsets
  • Winter Solstice
  • Wish You Were Here
  • Woodwitch

 

  • Dimensions: 9½" x 12"
  • Approximately 160 pages
  • Hardcover Book with heavy, quality dust jacket
  • Published by Chimera Publishing
  • ISBN: 0-9744612-1-0

Taken from the Dust Jacket:
"Fantasy artist, Amy Brown, resides in the Pacific Northwest along with various annoying house goblins and garden trolls. Although she spent countless hours doodling as a child, it wasn't until her early twenties that she became serious about her art and began to dabble with watercolors. Despite unsolicited advice that she should paint in oils or acrylics because "watercolor artists never become successful", Amy found that watercolors had a luminous quality that lent a spark of life to the creatures she painted. After her very first faery painting sold only 2 days after it had been displayed in the gallery where she worked, Amy decided to delve deeper into the faery realm. Being a firm believer that "art has no rules", the expanse of possibilities involved in studying and painting faeries were too fascinating and challenging to ignore. Her art is sometimes whimsical, sometimes humorous, often dark and mysterious. Every image tells its own tale.

"When asked to explain my work, I often try to remain vague on the specifics. I would much rather the viewer construct their own tale. I want you to look at one of my paintings and think 'I want to be there' or 'I would like to know that creature better'. While I paint I can see the creatures moving and talking in my head as if they really existed. They are almost like my companions, each having a different personality, quirts and habits. My hope is that others will view these characters and form a similar bond with them."

Ten years later and over 850 paintings under her belt, Amy is still exploring the faery realm and immortalizing its inhabitants. They dwell under toadstools in the bottom of the garden, prowl the deepest corners of the forest, and stroll through quiet castle halls. They beckon you to come and visit....rest your weary feet....stay awhile....stay forever.

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