About the ArtistMeredith Dillman is an artist and illustrator living in Minnesota. Most of her paintings are created with watercolor. She enjoys painting fairies, woodland creatures and other fantasy and medieval themes and has been drawing such since childhood. She is inspired by Pre-Raphaelite artists, Japanese comics, and turn-of-the-century book illustration as well as contemporary fantasy artists.
Art TrainingMeredith graduated from Minnesota State University with a BFA degree in Illustration. Her graduation project was illustrating Christina Rossetti's poem Goblin Market. Meredith's art has been published in role playing games, the books "Watercolor Fairies", "Fairy Motifs", "How to Draw and Paint Fairies" and metaphysical magazines and journals.
Books & Publications "The Everlasting: The Book of the Fantastical" "The Everlasting: The Magician's Companion" " Creative Minds" "500 Fairy Motifs" "Final Twilight CCG" "How to Draw and Paint Fairies" by "Pentacle" magazine In Light Times ": The First Sign" by Art Scene International
InfluencePre-Raphaelite paintings Art Nouveau Japanese comics