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Artist Spotlight: Meredith Dillman

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Artist Spotlight on the enchanting watercolor renderings of Wisconsin-based painter Meredith Dillman.

by Daniel Barron

 

 

Fairies, mermaids, and other magical creatures are given delicate life under the brush of Wisconsin-based painter Meredith Dillman. Originally from Minnesota, she favors inks and watercolors to realize her mythic visions that draw inspiration from Pre-Raphaelite artists, Japanese comics, and turn-of-the-century book illustration.

 

Says her bio:

Meredith graduated from Minnesota State University Moorhead with a BFA degree in Illustration in 2002. Her work has since been published in instructional books and licensed for a variety of products and collectables. Meredith is the author and illustrator of the books Watercolor Made Easy: Fairies and Fantasy from Walter Foster and Fantasy Fashion Art Studio from Impact Books.

 

For Yay! LA’s Summer 2016 Yay! Legends Every Day series she interpreted the stop-motion film Coraline and the Studio Ghibli film The Secret World of Arriety.

 

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“Kitsune Dance”

 

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“Anemone Faun”

 

 

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“Faun with Pink Flowers”

 

 

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“Gumiho”

 

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“Lotus Girl”

 

 

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“Peach Blossom”

 

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“Maiden Hair”

 

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“Ink Bee Goddess”

 

 

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“Strength”

 

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“Empress”

 

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The Secret World of Arriety art for Yay! Legends Every Day

 

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Coraline art for Yay! Legends Every Day

 

Learn more about Meredith Dillman on her website.

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Rudderless college graduate Daniel Barron founded YAY! L.A. Magazine on a love of writing, passion for the arts, and a firm belief that people really like talking about themselves. He contributed to a number of publications, including LA Music Blog and the defunct The Site Unscene, before deciding to cover arts and entertainment the way he wanted to read it. He works as a freelance writer and digital PR consultant in his current home of Los Angeles. Follow him on Twitter at @YayLAmag.

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