Synopses & Reviews
The Art of Amy Brown is the first collection of Amy Brown's wildly popular art. It was published by Chimera Publishing in 2003. The book is 157 pages of art, with a commentary by Amy Brown for every piece of artwork. The Art of Amy Brown has an introduction by the well-known author Charles de Lint. There are three editions of this booka paperback, a hardcover, and a special leather-bound edition limited to 750 copies, which will be signed by Amy Brown and Charles de Lint.
About the Author
Amy Brown resides in the Pacific Northwest with her family. As a child, her interest in Faeries sprouted when she was introduced to the works of Arthur Rackham, Brian Froud, and Alan Lee. Movies like The Dark Crystal, Labyrinth, and Legend played a large part in developing her love of fantastical tales and mystical creatures. Over the years, various artists, books, and films from the past and present added inspiration to her growing imagination and continue to do so.