Emily Fiegenschuh Biography
From a young age Emily Fiegenschuh has been bringing fantasy worlds to life with her pencil. A graduate of Ringling College of Art and Design, she has illustrated for many clients including Wizards of the Coast, Inhabit Media, Cricket Magazine Group and IMPACT Books. Her art has appeared in the New York Times Bestsellers A Practical Guide to Dragons and A Practical Guide to Monsters, and has been featured in the fantastic art annuals Spectrum 9 and Spectrum 19.
Emily is the author and illustrator of The Explorer’s Guide to Drawing Fantasy Creatures, a how-to-draw book for creature enthusiasts of all ages. Recently Emily began working with publisher Llewellyn Worldwide on a number of projects including a series of faery-themed wall calendars, the first of which, titled Llewellyn’s 2019 Magical Faery Calendar, was published in the summer of 2018.
Emily prefers the feeling of putting pencil or brush to paper and draws and paints the majority of her work traditionally. Her illustrations are painted with gouache on watercolor paper. When she can find spare time, she enjoys hiking, sculpting, and experimenting with another art form: vegan baking. Emily lives in Edmonds, Washington with her husband, Vinod, several guinea pigs, and two rambunctious rabbits.
Artist website: www.e-figart.com
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