Literary Arts

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Cell
Email:
kellythejacobi@gmail.com
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Tell us more about the type(s) of art you create::

I am a multidisciplinary artist currently focused on digital art. I have plans for visual storytelling and sequential art that will be in production within the next year. Other media I love include watercolor, ink, graphite, charcoal, oil pastels, and photography.

I have focused my career on design with a strong portfolio of print and book design, but am hoping to expand my focus to include both design and art.

Have you received formal education in your discipline?:
Yes
What is your artistic discipline?:
How would you characterize your artistic career?:
Emerging Artist
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Home
Email:
jeanne@jeannegenie.com
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Tell us more about the type(s) of art you create::

1. Illustration – traditional media and digital (Adobe CS)
2. Writing/Editing – Marketing copy, ghost writing, editing of fiction and non-fiction
3. Production art for indie authors – book and cover design.

Is there anything else you'd like us to know?:
I am degreed in both art and English with decades of experience in teaching, graphic design, copywriting, illustration and marketing. I am the author/illustrator of 7 children’s books and have published 3 novels.
Have you received formal education in your discipline?:
Yes
What is your artistic discipline?:
How would you characterize your artistic career?:
Established
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Work
Email:
angie.nations@farmersbranchtx.gov
Tell us more about the type(s) of art you create::

My favorite right now is ink over watercolor or acrylic paint.

I really love creating all kinds of art: painting, drawing, jewelry making, fiber arts (knitting, crocheting, knotted rosaries), sewing, quilting and doll making, mosaics, card-making. I have participated in the Art Guitar contest a few times at the Richardson Wildflower Arts & Music Festival, also helped paint giant murals for the sides of the stages.

Worked for 10 years as a Graphic Artist. I enjoyed it at first, but realized I prefer to create art away from work.

Always like learning new things. In the future, I want to take some classes in pottery, ceramics, and guitar. Plus, there are so many amazing and creative artists online, I’m constantly inspired.

Is there anything else you'd like us to know?:
I doodle something everyday. Sometimes it’s elaborate, sometimes very simple. Regardless, it keeps me going, and it’s a nice way to start the day – like meditation, helps me get centered.
Have you received formal education in your discipline?:
Yes
How would you characterize your artistic career?:
Amateur / Hobbyist