In case it wasn’t already apparent…I have finally updated my website! The “New Work” category has been refreshed with new artwork from my 2019 Magical Faery Calendar and more. Enjoy!
The 2019 Magical Faery Calendar is here! Last year I was presented with the wonderful opportunity to work with publisher Llewellyn Worldwide to create a dozen faery paintings to be published in this beautifully designed wall calendar.
Description from the publisher's website:
"Featuring the captivating and beautifully detailed art of Emily Fiegenschuh, Llewellyn’s 2019 Magical Faery Calendar will fill your year with bright and joyful faeries. Each month offers an enchanting watercolor painting that will inspire you to use the wisdom of these faeries to live a happier, more magical life. This lovely calendar includes major US and UK holidays and moon quarters."
Look for the calendar on the publisher’s website, Llewellyn Worldwide, Amazon and your local bookstore’s shelves. I also have a small number of calendars available through my Etsy shop, Fabled Earth Art.
Hello! It's been some time since there has been a new post here in the News section. With the advent of social media (namely Instagram, in my case) I've been neglecting the use of this space to provide visitors with news about my artwork and website. If you'd like to stay up to date on the latest happenings, please follow me on Instagram!
The past year has been an exciting (and busy!) time for me. I'm working with a new client, Llewellyn Worldwide, on several projects including fairy themed wall calendars and a tarot card deck. Creatively, these projects are like a dream come true! The first calendar is the 2019 Magical Faery Calendar, which will be released in the next few months.
Since I'm keeping busy in my studio drawing and painting, I don't have any convention appearances planned for the remainder of 2018 –– however, there are still some local opportunities to see my artwork in person.
For the remainder of May and through the end of June, sixteen of my original paintings are on display at the Coupeville Library on Whidbey Island. The work ranges across more than a decade of my illustration career, from the "Practical Guide" series of fantasy books about the Dungeons & Dragons universe, to my most recent paintings for the 2019 Magical Faery Calendar. If you find yourself in the area any time within the next month I hope you'll visit, not only to see my artwork, but to take in the charm and scenery of Coupeville and the rest of the island.
Also in June, another of my recent paintings, "Little Birds," will be on display in the juried Gallery area of the Edmonds Arts Festival, June 15th-17th 2018. This will be my first time showing artwork during the festival.
Thank you for visiting!
Gen Con 2017 is only a week away, and this year it's the convention's 50th anniversary! Sounds like it's going to be the biggest show yet. Tickets have all sold out, a first (in my memory) for this convention.
After my unexpected absence last year, I'm excited to be exhibiting at this year's Art Show. My table number is 33, in an aisle near the front of the Artist Guest of Honor booth.
Click this link for a handy interactive map of the Exhibit Hall.
Please come by to see what's new! I will be showing some of my most recent paintings (and a few old favorites) and peddling a plethora of prints, note cards, books, and sketchbooks. Don't forget, I also have original art for sale!
Those of you who have visited Gen Con's Art Show before might remember the whole central cash register system. Since the 2016 show, that system has changed, and now all sales are carried out directly at each artist's table. I will be accepting both cash and credit cards.
Hope to see you at the show!
In just a few days I'll be exhibiting at Emerald City Comicon in Seattle. This year the convention will run Thursday, April 7th through Sunday April 10th. My table in Artist Alley is R7. If you've seen me at ECCC in years past, the location is similar to where I've typically been seated. Artist Alley is in the Exhibit Hall on level 4 of the Washington State Convention Center. The back section of the Hall is accessible through the Sky Bridge. Please see a partial map showing my location below:
This year there's a new feature on the ECCC website you can use to look up individual artists. You will find a brief bio and description of their work, their table location, and links to their website and social media. Here's mine.
I finally have a new sketchbook! I've sold a few here and there at gallery shows and online, but ECCC 2016 will be its "official" convention debut. The book is titled Fabled Earth and it's the fourth in my series of sketchbooks. Fabled Earth has a color wrap-around cover featuring a new painting, and 68 pages packed with character and creature designs, rough sketches, finished drawings and even a couple illustrations in full color. In addition to the new book, I'll also have my usual product available: copies of The Explorer's Guide to Drawing Fantasy Creatures, posters, prints, and note cards and maybe even some original artwork.
Hope to see you there!
My first show of 2016 is Krab Jab Studio's upcoming exhibition Arboreal Dreams: a group show featuring artists' interpretation of trees. The show will debut today at the Mythic Worlds Convention taking place in downtown Seattle February 5th through 7th. Then it will move to Krab Jab's Georgetown location where the art will be on display through April 2nd after an opening reception on February 13th from 6 to 9 PM. Vinod and I will each have a new painting in the exhibition and will be in attendance at the reception. If you'll be in the area we hope you'll stop by to view what promises to be a lovely show at either venue!
The press release for the show is below:
Arboreal Dreams: The Forest
Debuts at Mythic Worlds Feb 5-7th
Opens February 13th, 6 - 9 pm
Trees have entranced the minds and hearts of man since before our kind could trace time. They served us for food, shelter, clothing, and warmth. They delighted us in their marking of the seasons, their marking of fertile grounds in desolate lands (oasis), and the marking of our own fallen comrades (as a natural headstone). They are featured in every religion, every community, every social structure, mystifying us, strengthening us, nurturing us. And finally, they are often the unsung stars in our artistic endeavors, whether they set the scene for an epic battle of good and evil, or whether they themselves serve us, the artists, in the form of wood blocks, totems, painting panels, sculptures, or paper. Without the mighty tree, we would literally die.
In this group show, artists were asked to explore their own connection to the nature of trees. Whether they hail from the Pacific Northwest or as far as Belgium, these participating artists visually narrate an arboreal song that weaves together almost seamlessly. The result is as ethereal as it is solid, drawing into the depths of our communal consciousness.
"Arboreal Dreams: the Forest" makes its debut this weekend at Mythic Worlds Convention, held at the Seatac Double Tree Hilton from Friday - Sunday, February 5 - 7th. The art room is free to the public and is located on the second floor of the hotel, right above the snack bar. Hours are 12- 6 pm and 12 - 4 pm on Sunday.
This show will run through both February and March, opening February 13th at Krab Jab Studio.
Artists Featured: Braden Duncan, Stephanie Pui-Mun Law, Olivier Villoingt, Bastien Lecouffe Deharme, Iris Compiet, Virginie Ropars, Yuko Ishii, Mark Poole, Drew Tucker, Emily Fiegenschuh, Vinod Rams, Elijah Evenson, Greg Spalenka, Rovina Cai, Jeff Menges, Yvette Endrijautzki, David Gray, Tara Larsen Chang, and Dan Chudzinski.
Not everyone receives a visit from Pierre Noël at Christmas! We're very lucky. Happy Holidays and best wishes for the New Year!
I have two holidays sales coming up at my Etsy shop, Fabled Earth Art!
Starting today, spend at least $5 at my shop and use the coupon code ACASEOFTHEMONDAYS upon checkout to receive 20% off through December 2nd.
Then, from December 2nd through the 19th, I'm offering 10% off with coupon code HOLIDAYS2015.
Thanks for your support! Happy Holidays!
I added a few more recent illustrations to the "New Work" Gallery. Check them out!
I'm still working on adding more to the "Shop" page. If you're looking for anything in the meantime, I encourage you to check out my Etsy shop.
I'm excited to announce I've finally made another sketchbook! My last sketchbook, Journey, was printed in 2009. It seemed like the right time to put together a new one.
The fourth in my series of sketchbooks, Fabled Earth has a color wrap-around cover featuring a new painting, and 68 pages packed with character and creature designs, rough sketches, finished drawings and even a couple illustrations in full color. The book's content spans the last several years' worth of my drawings for clients such as Cricket Magazine and Paizo, as well as personal work and development sketches for The Explorer's Guide to Drawing Fantasy Creatures. The matte finish on both the cover and interior pages does a nice job replicating the color of my paintings and the softness of my graphite drawings. And all the paper is recycled if you care about that sort of thing.
Each sketchbook measures 6 by 9 inches and comes signed by me.
To buy a copy visit my Etsy shop, Fabled Earth Art. I will also be adding the sketchbook to my website shop page soon. It will be 10% off until the end of September. Neat!
For those of you who picked up my promotional coupon at Gen Con, don't forget to enter the code when you check out on Etsy. Please note that the free shipping offer ends on September 30th, 2015. If you'd rather buy the book here when it becomes available, just include a note to me with the coupon code and I will honor it.
Welcome! I have FINALLY updated my website. I'm still adding images to bring everything up to date. Please bear with me while I get everything in its place. I hope you will find this new site easier to use. (It's certainly easier for me to update!)
Thanks for visiting!