I have studied a wide range of disciplines including painting, print, textiles, life drawing, sculpture, design, ceramics & photography. I started designing my fashion inspired sketches and in 2015 Alison B illustration was born!
I'm a self-taught artist and primarily work with water colors. I started painting custom pet portraits in 2015 and their popularity led to me founding my business and transitioning to a full time artist. I now live on the coast of Lake Erie with my husband, our daughter, and our dog, Banjo.
Amanda Shufflebotham is a designer and illustrator based in Wales, UK, where she lives with her partner and two sons. After a career in publishing, design and advertising, Amanda became a full-time illustrator in 2004. Amanda’s background in graphics is evident in her design style: bold colors and geometric shapes take center stage. Amanda works from her home studio, and when she’s not illustrating and designing, she is spending time with her family and enjoying her garden.
Amy Brinkman began her career as the owner of a successful scrapbooking product manufacturing company. Her art incorporates scrapbooking techniques, bringing together photographs, illustrations, motivational phrases, and bright splashes of color. She lives in Fort Myers, Florida.
Amy Diener is a Bangkok based artist from New York. She specializes in vibrant mandala dot paintings inspired by the colors and patterns from her travels. Her artwork also draws influence from sacred geometry, the Fibonacci sequence, and the cosmos. She has had a long history of battling obsessive compulsive disorder and uses art as a coping mechanism to relieve anxiety. She has exhibited her works worldwide including in New York, Thailand, Dubai, Singapore, and Germany. Her honorable mention of 2020 was that she was selected as the American artist ambassador for the International Women’s Art Exhibition: Each for Equal, that took place in Dubai.
Anderson Design Group is a family-owned small business located in Nashville, Tennessee. Founder Joel Anderson studied illustration at Ringling School of Art & Design with a special interest in travel poster art from the early 20th Century. In 2004, Joel and his talented team of artists created the Spirit of Nashville Collection—poster art designed to celebrate the history and charm of his hometown of Nashville, TN. Encouraged by the success of this award-winning collection, he and his team began producing poster art of other popular American travel destinations from New York to San Francisco, with several National Parks and monuments in between.
Based in Wales, UK, Anne Farrell Doyle’s career in advertising led her to become a full-time illustrator, gaining international acclaim as a fashion and figurative artist. Anne is inspired by the natural world and countryside, in particular rocks and the changing light in nature. Anne mainly works in oils and mixed media, and enjoys spending time with her dog.
A country girl with a love for the modern. Lover of loose florals and simple colors.
Annie Riker is an artist & designer using cheerful color palettes, joyful hand lettering, and playful surface patterns to spread joy & positivity.
Offering beautiful abstract art. this vibrant and expressive collection is full of colorful marble acrylic artwork.
Brazen Edwards is a versatile artist that was born in Edmonton, Alberta. Realizing art was her true calling she began devoting herself to that pursuit in 2010 and has been fortunate enough to have her artwork collected internationally. Along with her studio and exhibition practice, she also provides workshops, painting demonstrations and organizes art events worldwide. Her latest project is a long term art residency in Europe.
Cat Coquillette is an American artist who travels the world drawing inspiration from plants, animals, and landscapes. Cat works in watercolor, ink, and digital mediums. A self-proclaimed "permanent nomad", her art is an invitation to travel the world and see life through her eyes.
I’m interested in people – portraits and figures – and images of the natural world. Working with or referencing vintage imagery inspires me because I’m intrigued by the subjects and the related history. A portrait makes me wonder about the sitter; a collection of shells inspires curiosity about the collector. I love historical cabinets of curiosities!