Special Limited Edition THE ART OF AMY BROWN II Fantasy Art Book

Special Limited Edition THE ART OF AMY BROWN II Fantasy Art Book

$119.95

"The Art Of Amy Brown"
LEATHER BOUND
VOLUME II SPECIAL LIMITED EDITION OF 750

Numbered and Hand Signed
Introduction by Tamora Pierce
Fantasy Art Print Hardcover Book by Chimera Publishing (AB2Limited)

This wonderful hardcover book, The Art of Néné Thomas, is the first book dedicated to the art of Néné Tina Thomas. This Leather Bound Limited Edition of only 750, with an introduction by Bruce Coville, the noted, and prolific author, is numbered, and hand signed by both Nene and Bruce. The book and book jacket are protected by a clear dustjacket, to prevent inadvertent damage.

    Book Features:
  • Dimensions: 12-1/4" x 10" x 7/8"
  • 160 numbered pages plus 8 Deluxe Edition Image pages in the back
  • Leather boound, Hardcover Book with heavy, quality book jacket and clear dust jacket
  • Published by Chimera Publishing
  • Introduction by Tamora Pierce
  • ISBN: 0-9744612-4-5
  • List Price: $150 US

We've listed all of Amy Brown's wonderful fantasy art prints included in this gorgeous book:

  • Bella's Secret
  • I Do Believe In Faeries!
  • Fuchsia
  • Campanula
  • Forget Me Not II
  • Columbine
  • Faerytude
  • Book Faery
  • Escapee
  • Rose Red
  • Wistful
  • Flirty Faery
  • Shy Violet
  • Periwinkle
  • Foxy Fae
  • Wizzle Meets a Faery
  • Vines
  • Cat Tails
  • Sassy
  • Masquerade
  • Merlin's Helper
  • Exotic
  • Fantasy in Plum
  • Sweet
  • Butterfly Tattoo
  • Serenity
  • Imagine
  • Bottom of the Garden
  • Blowing Bubbles
  • Faery Bride
  • Loves Me... Loves Me Not
  • How Dandelions Get into Your Garden
  • Sphere III
  • Secrets
  • One Summer Afternoon
  • Harvest Jewel
  • Wine Queen
  • Wine Nymph
  • Whispers of Spring
  • Imagine
  • Magic
  • Enchantment
  • Hope
  • Believe Faery II
  • Believe Faery III
  • Mystery
  • Dream
  • BackOff
  • Go on... DARE ME
  • Fire Fly
  • Fire Sprite
  • Waiting for Twilight
  • Dusk
  • Midnight
  • Dawn
  • Temptations of Spring
  • Summer Winds
  • Autumn Tranquility
  • Winter Secrets
  • Joy
  • Peace
  • Snow Faery
  • Lumina
  • Oak Witch
  • Wood Elf
  • The Forest Has Eyes
  • Dryad II
  • Bella
  • White Roses
  • Morgan Le Fey
  • Morgan Le Fae
  • Bewitching
  • Willow the Wisp
  • Passage to Autumn
  • Unbound
  • The Arrival
  • Autumn Griffin
  • Phoenix I
  • Contemplating Secrets
  • Restless Thoughts
  • Autumn Magic
  • Autumn Stroll
  • Autumn Dryad
  • Maple Leaf Faery
  • Nice Faery
  • Naughty Faery
  • The Gray Lady
  • Cobweb
  • Watcher
  • Shadow
  • Crow Maiden
  • Sorceress
  • Dark Enchantment II
  • Esmerelda
  • Something Wicked
  • Healer
  • Dust Angel
  • Moon Prophecy
  • Crow Girl II
  • Lady Crow
  • Red
  • Rose Angel
  • Silvane
  • Evening Whispers
  • Court of the Dragon
  • Sisters
  • The Countess
  • Another Eclipse
  • Companions II
  • Last Leaf
  • Ember Wings
  • Harvest Moon
  • Dinner Music
  • Seeress
  • Dark Muse
  • Mia
  • Golden
  • Rust Angel
  • Sebastian Casting Shadows
  • Moon Goddess
  • Sun Goddess
  • Under a Druid's Moon
  • Sapphire
  • Eleanor
  • Empress of Whispers
  • Sanctuary
  • Elegance
  • Little Rose
  • Black Foxgloves
  • Moon Dream II
  • Luna Sprite
  • Gideon
  • Jasper
  • Lady of the Court
  • Euphoria
  • Twilight in the Temple of the Moon
  • Hearing Voices
  • Guardians
  • Temptress II
  • Moon Watcher
  • Sea Sprite
  • Hearts
  • Hearts II
  • Glamour
  • Forever
  • Beauty and the Beast
  • By Candlelight
  • Knots & Ivy
  • Three Hatchlings
  • Counting Wishes
  • Ariana
  • Dark Side of the Moon
  • Go Away

Taken from the book jacket:
"Sometimes I get frustrated because I have so many ideas fighting to come out. Every painting has so many possibilities. Often there are days when I really don't want to paint, I HAVE to paint. The urge to create is almost a wild, living entity trapped inside me, clawing to escape and leave its mark on the world."

Amy Brown is, without a doubt, one of the most talented fantasy artists today. Hailing from the Pacific Northwest, she was born in Bellingham, Washington in 1972. Like most artists, she began drawing at an early age.
"I was never one of those children who daydreamed of growing up to become an artist. I just ASSUMED that was what I would be."

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. Her greatest influences have been Brian Froud and Michael Parks. You can see the influence of these artists in her work. She has also been inspired by the urban fantasy stories of Charles de Lint and the lovely, haunting music of Loreena McKennitt.

When Amy begins a piece, she usually has a good idea of what she wants the finished image to look like. However, by the time she actually completes the painting it has often evolved into something completely different. She starts with a blank piece of paper and begins drawing, rarely doing preliminary sketches. The initial drawing can take anywhere from fifteen minutes to hours, days, months, and sometimes years.

...After ten years and illustrating over 1,000 images, 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.

This second beautiful book full of Amy Brown's wonderful fantasy faery art is a treasure you can enjoy forever.

For more information on Amy Brown, click here.

Model:
CHP-AB2LE
Shipping Weight:
3.3lbs
Manufactured by:
Chimera Publishing
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"The Art Of Amy Brown"
LEATHER BOUND
VOLUME II SPECIAL LIMITED EDITION OF 750

Numbered and Hand Signed
Introduction by Tamora Pierce
Fantasy Art Print Hardcover Book by Chimera Publishing (AB2Limited)

This wonderful hardcover book, The Art of Néné Thomas, is the first book dedicated to the art of Néné Tina Thomas. This Leather Bound Limited Edition of only 750, with an introduction by Bruce Coville, the noted, and prolific author, is numbered, and hand signed by both Nene and Bruce. The book and book jacket are protected by a clear dustjacket, to prevent inadvertent damage.

    Book Features:
  • Dimensions: 12-1/4" x 10" x 7/8"
  • 160 numbered pages plus 8 Deluxe Edition Image pages in the back
  • Leather boound, Hardcover Book with heavy, quality book jacket and clear dust jacket
  • Published by Chimera Publishing
  • Introduction by Tamora Pierce
  • ISBN: 0-9744612-4-5
  • List Price: $150 US

We've listed all of Amy Brown's wonderful fantasy art prints included in this gorgeous book:

  • Bella's Secret
  • I Do Believe In Faeries!
  • Fuchsia
  • Campanula
  • Forget Me Not II
  • Columbine
  • Faerytude
  • Book Faery
  • Escapee
  • Rose Red
  • Wistful
  • Flirty Faery
  • Shy Violet
  • Periwinkle
  • Foxy Fae
  • Wizzle Meets a Faery
  • Vines
  • Cat Tails
  • Sassy
  • Masquerade
  • Merlin's Helper
  • Exotic
  • Fantasy in Plum
  • Sweet
  • Butterfly Tattoo
  • Serenity
  • Imagine
  • Bottom of the Garden
  • Blowing Bubbles
  • Faery Bride
  • Loves Me... Loves Me Not
  • How Dandelions Get into Your Garden
  • Sphere III
  • Secrets
  • One Summer Afternoon
  • Harvest Jewel
  • Wine Queen
  • Wine Nymph
  • Whispers of Spring
  • Imagine
  • Magic
  • Enchantment
  • Hope
  • Believe Faery II
  • Believe Faery III
  • Mystery
  • Dream
  • BackOff
  • Go on... DARE ME
  • Fire Fly
  • Fire Sprite
  • Waiting for Twilight
  • Dusk
  • Midnight
  • Dawn
  • Temptations of Spring
  • Summer Winds
  • Autumn Tranquility
  • Winter Secrets
  • Joy
  • Peace
  • Snow Faery
  • Lumina
  • Oak Witch
  • Wood Elf
  • The Forest Has Eyes
  • Dryad II
  • Bella
  • White Roses
  • Morgan Le Fey
  • Morgan Le Fae
  • Bewitching
  • Willow the Wisp
  • Passage to Autumn
  • Unbound
  • The Arrival
  • Autumn Griffin
  • Phoenix I
  • Contemplating Secrets
  • Restless Thoughts
  • Autumn Magic
  • Autumn Stroll
  • Autumn Dryad
  • Maple Leaf Faery
  • Nice Faery
  • Naughty Faery
  • The Gray Lady
  • Cobweb
  • Watcher
  • Shadow
  • Crow Maiden
  • Sorceress
  • Dark Enchantment II
  • Esmerelda
  • Something Wicked
  • Healer
  • Dust Angel
  • Moon Prophecy
  • Crow Girl II
  • Lady Crow
  • Red
  • Rose Angel
  • Silvane
  • Evening Whispers
  • Court of the Dragon
  • Sisters
  • The Countess
  • Another Eclipse
  • Companions II
  • Last Leaf
  • Ember Wings
  • Harvest Moon
  • Dinner Music
  • Seeress
  • Dark Muse
  • Mia
  • Golden
  • Rust Angel
  • Sebastian Casting Shadows
  • Moon Goddess
  • Sun Goddess
  • Under a Druid's Moon
  • Sapphire
  • Eleanor
  • Empress of Whispers
  • Sanctuary
  • Elegance
  • Little Rose
  • Black Foxgloves
  • Moon Dream II
  • Luna Sprite
  • Gideon
  • Jasper
  • Lady of the Court
  • Euphoria
  • Twilight in the Temple of the Moon
  • Hearing Voices
  • Guardians
  • Temptress II
  • Moon Watcher
  • Sea Sprite
  • Hearts
  • Hearts II
  • Glamour
  • Forever
  • Beauty and the Beast
  • By Candlelight
  • Knots & Ivy
  • Three Hatchlings
  • Counting Wishes
  • Ariana
  • Dark Side of the Moon
  • Go Away

Taken from the book jacket:
"Sometimes I get frustrated because I have so many ideas fighting to come out. Every painting has so many possibilities. Often there are days when I really don't want to paint, I HAVE to paint. The urge to create is almost a wild, living entity trapped inside me, clawing to escape and leave its mark on the world."

Amy Brown is, without a doubt, one of the most talented fantasy artists today. Hailing from the Pacific Northwest, she was born in Bellingham, Washington in 1972. Like most artists, she began drawing at an early age.
"I was never one of those children who daydreamed of growing up to become an artist. I just ASSUMED that was what I would be."

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. Her greatest influences have been Brian Froud and Michael Parks. You can see the influence of these artists in her work. She has also been inspired by the urban fantasy stories of Charles de Lint and the lovely, haunting music of Loreena McKennitt.

When Amy begins a piece, she usually has a good idea of what she wants the finished image to look like. However, by the time she actually completes the painting it has often evolved into something completely different. She starts with a blank piece of paper and begins drawing, rarely doing preliminary sketches. The initial drawing can take anywhere from fifteen minutes to hours, days, months, and sometimes years.

...After ten years and illustrating over 1,000 images, 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.

This second beautiful book full of Amy Brown's wonderful fantasy faery art is a treasure you can enjoy forever.

For more information on Amy Brown, click here.

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