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Diamond Painting: Adrian Chesterman

Adrian Chesterman

Adrian Chesterman studied Fine Art at Norwich School of Art and Illustration at the Royal College of Art, Kensington, London. Since leaving the R.C.A., Chesterman has worked in almost every sphere of the art world.

As an illustrator, he has worked for just about everyone, on just about almost everything, almost everywhere. The advertising illustrations for "Jurassic Park" for Stephen Spielberg in Los Angeles, the sets for "Sunset Boulevard" for Andrew Lloyd-Weber in Frankfurt. Advertising commissions include "Coca Cola" in Atlanta, "Southern Sun hotels" in Cape Town and video game artwork for "Nintendo" in Chicago. Designs and visualizations for original theme parks in the United Arab Emirates and China, "Spiderman" games for MGA in Los Angeles and, over the past ten years, the aero-engine division of Rolls Royce in London has asked to illustrate nearly 50 pages for the magazine "Flight".

Among his recent projects is the creation of the gigantic illustration of the largest puzzle in the world, commissioned by Educa Boras in Barcelona. Incredibly large at 33,600 pieces and measuring 2 by 6 meters, it depicts a jungle scene brimming with detail. We also produced a set of covers for the "Armchair Reader" series of paperbacks published by Publications International in Illinois, as well as the 21 covers of the "Famous Five", the classic series by Enid Blighton. Saatchi & Saatchi's in Sidney has just commissioned a series of Toyota Landcruiser illustrations for the 2015 Sidney Motor Show and Seaworld in the US has just commissioned a poster for its new "Turtle World" themed water park in San Diego.
Chesterman also illustrated book covers for Jackie Collins, Jack Higgins and Dick Francis, numerous children's books on dinosaurs and an illustrated children's encyclopedia. He has illustrated countless music album covers, including "Bomber" for Motorhead, "The Meaning of Life" for the Monty Python Crew and "The Road to Hell" for Chris Rea. He also illustrated an animated music video for Eurythmics' "Baby's Coming Back" and even built and painted an actual skull-shaped guitar for the new romantic band "Adam and the Ants".

The portrait is another of Chesterman's artistic directions. Previous commissioners include Prince Adan Czartoryski-Bourbon, cousin of King Juan Carlos of Spain, Mikael Baryshnikov, the ballet dancer, a certain captain of the Welsh Guard, a few Hollywood actors, countless children, cats, dogs and a horse called George. Oh... and a nude portrait of "Wolf", the television "gladiator", which somehow ended up on page 5 of a national daily, but the less said, the better!

Chesterman had his first exhibition of paintings at Liberty's in Regent Street while still at the Royal College of Art. He subsequently exhibited at the Center Pompidou in Paris and at the Gallerie Schémes in Lille, France, at the International Contemporary Art Fair at Olympia, at Spinks, at Kensington Town Hall and at the BBC Center in London, at the Batey Gallery in Singapore, at the Madison Gallery in Los Angeles and in many countries in Spain. He has appeared on The Riverside Show, 01 for London, Artrage and other arts programs in the UK, as well as TV shows in Spain.
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Diamond Painting: Agustini


Agustini is an Italian artist born on March 3, 1980. After studying art, he decided to devote his life to his chosen field and today works for the creation of youth illustrations and youth films around the world.
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Diamond Painting: Alida Akers

Alida Akers

Alida akers is from south-central Kentucky, USA. She would never have had the opportunity to sell her works to art collectors in Australia, New Zealand, France, Spain, Denmark, the United Kingdom, Canada, Japan and other countries. other states in the United States had it not been exhibited on the Internet.
I received my first formal art training at Western Kentucky University, where I graduated with a degree in Education and Fine Arts, with a double major in painting and drawing. I received a different kind of artistic training during my graduate studies at Case Western University in Cleveland, OH, where I studied medical illustration.
Currently, I spend most of my time in the studio to three different series of paintings. The first, Ode to the Deco Cottage, is inspired by the fantastic art deco pottery of British designer Clarice Cliff. These paintings are done in acrylic on canvas and feature whimsical landscapes in bright colors. The second series is called Moorcroft Musings and is inspired by Arts and Crafts era painting and early Moorcroft pottery glazes. The third series, titled Storybook Cottage Series, is done in watercolor and is inspired by vintage storybooks and greeting cards. It depicts small red-roofed cottages that symbolize home and hearth and provide a peaceful respite from the outside world.
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Diamond Painting: Amandine Jung

Amandine Jung


Born in 1987, in Brittany, in the land of fairies and korrigans, Amandine Jung lets herself be enchanted by tales and legends, wacky nursery rhymes, cartoons of all kinds. She keeps her child's soul in a world that she imagines dark and poetic. In her imagination, the sun can disappear to give way to the moon, Snow White can bite into a pearl apple, and a small shrew flies curiously in the sky. Going from a simple image in your head and succeeding in giving it shape is a difficult creative process. Amandine plays with paint, lines and her ideas. It feeds on the slightest word, a tiny note of music, a sweet spicy smell, the sound of the rain falling on the ground, the autumn leaves singing in the Breton forests, the moon makes her dreamy, of the simplest image and her overflowing imagination does the rest.

Since 2018, the artist has embarked on the world of coloring and has revealed a new talent for making coloring books for adults. In 2020, her first book “ “Snow White, the Poisoned Princess“ was released, followed in 2021 by “Cinderella and the Halloween Ball“, in 2022 “Pinups, Special Edition 2022” marks the beginning of his consecration, his name is beginning to resonate everywhere.

In October 2022, for Halloween, Amandine Jung is offering a brand new adventure with her first novel “Chrysalis, Tale 1: Le Coma Noir“. She makes us travel in a poetic and fantastic tale in the Kingdom of the Moon, a sunless world dominated by eternal night.

November 2022, in her third coloring book, Amandine Jung dives into the famous tale by Hans Christian Andersen. This time, it is between land and sea that Amandine invites us to travel. Through his illustrations, imprinted with his unique and dreamlike vision, rediscover this wonderful tale from our childhood: “The Little Mermaid”. Page after page, while brushes and pencils dance, relive the bewitching and tragic story of little Ondine, which inspired many writings, from yesterday to today.

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Diamond Painting: Anaïs Verdier

Anaïs Verdier

Self-taught, I recently embarked on the adventure of illustration.

Since the end of 2019, I have been collaborating with authors who wish to have their book illustrated and at the same time I also offer drawings that are part of two collections;

  • the “Cuddles” collection
  • and the “A moment in the wind” collection.

All original paintings are made from acrylic and watercolor. The illustrations of the 2 collections are reproduced in Art stationery in the form of cards, bookmarks, pocket notebooks and on wooden toys (puzzles, dominoes and memo) and are sold by a hundred partners with whom I work .

I am releasing my first book as a publishing house in November 2022. For this first book, which is a cooperative book, you will be able to discover the expression of 24 authors who have written stories inspired by my illustrations. This book will be intended for young people, entirely made in France and will be in large format with 27 full-page illustrations.

I hope the adventure can go on for a long time, thank you for reading these few words

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Diamond Painting: Andy Russell

Andy Russell

Born in Buffalo, New York in 1945, Andy has always had a love of art and creating imaginative feel-good lands. As a child, he often entertained neighborhood children with his clay models of cities with unique architectural structures.

Finger painting in kindergarten was his first and last encounter with formal art training, and he still uses this technique today to smooth and blend paint. Andy's love for art and creativity was shared and encouraged by his aunt, a painter and architectural designer. Even though he held jobs unrelated to art, as a steel worker, life insurance salesman, field investigator, car rental manager and electronic parts salesman, it couldn't quell the passion. and Andy's desire to pursue his dream.

Around the age of thirty, after experimenting with various self-improvement techniques, Andy began having successive dreams of incredible lands of peace , of beauty and tranquility where one could skate across the landscape on clean air or soar into the sky to see the splendor below. There were beautiful and unique foliage and incredible architecture. He had many of these dreams, which inspired him to share them with the world through his art. It was from his dreams that he was able to develop his unique style.

Once his style was established, he began to mix his imagination and his experiences into it. He saw something and immediately transformed it into his own original dreamscape style. The glazing technique, which consists of superimposing thin layers of color, has proven to be the best for achieving this soft light effect. The colors seem to shine inside, which enhances the dreamlike aspect. Andy began exhibiting and selling his work gradually, at first.

Demand for his work grew to the point that in 1991 he took the leap to become a full-time artist and only haven't looked back since. Traveling has become a fun way to discover new ideas and sell your work. His palette expands as he travels. He began painting the warm colors of the red rocks of Arizona and the cool tropical colors of the beaches of Maui.

Experiencing new places helped him deepen his understanding of life - his harmony, its various means of expressing beauty, its constant change and the miracle of the underlying energy.

Today, Andy is a member of the National Acrylic Painters Association (NAPA), based in England, and a Fellow of the Buffalo Society of Artists. His artwork is well represented.

Andy's artwork is constantly evolving, while still maintaining that dreamlike quality. If asked what he thinks of his painting, he would answer: "My dreams have definitely come true!".
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Diamond Painting: Angelo Bonito

Angelo Bonito

Angelo J. Bonito, architect and self-taught artist, lives in São Paulo, Brazil. Bonito has been a professional illustrator and artist for over 30 years, working for international advertising agencies and publishers in Brazil since he was 15 years old. Bonito has received many honors for his work, such as: The Grand Prix Columnist Brazil 2004 for his works of art in print; The Gold Medal -1985 in the "Illustration category" - Clube de Criação São Paulo (CCSP) and was also the artist of two highly commended golden books nominated by the National Book Foundation for Childhood and Brazilian youth. As an extraordinarily diverse artist, Bonito works with 3D digital imaging software as well as traditional materials and techniques such as oil, acrylic and watercolor.
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Diamond Painting: Bruce Kaiser

Bruce Kaiser

Automotive artist Bruce Kaiser has had a passion for drawing, sketching, designing and painting cars since he could hold a pencil. He loves to paint hot rods, drag cars, muscle cars, sports cars, Indy cars, Formula 1. any type of car, as long as it's cool, loud and fast. He grew up in the '60s hanging out at the local A&W drive-in, first on his bike and then with his first cars. This was Detroit's heyday of big muscle cars and the sights and sounds of hot cars under the lights of a local burger joint still influence Bruce today. Bruce strives to capture in his paintings those perfect summer nights as he remembers them. The local drag strip held drag races on Friday nights and he spent many nights there trying to capture the excitement of 60s-70s funny cars and dragsters under the lights, on film and now with brushes and paint. His paintings depict big muscle cars and hot rods like GTOs, Camaros, Hemi-Cudas, Novas, Chevelle SS, Mustangs, 32 Ford Coupes, Yenko Camaros, Super Bees, 40 Ford Coupes and many more. Bruce likes to show cars in his paintings as he remembers them as a child, not as pristine new muscle cars, but as cars that have been modified and raced, like a Chevelle SS with Chargers or a 55 Chevy with fenders cut out. Many of his paintings of hot rods and muscle cars are for sale as limited, signed and numbered prints.

He began his artistic career as an advertising artist and graphic designer after graduating from the Art Institute of Boston. After working for 16 years in a local advertising agency, he became self-employed and currently creates advertising works and illustrations for numerous manufacturers of street rod, muscle car and race car equipment. His commercial art, which includes cutaways, exploded views, line drawings and color illustrations, has appeared in most major street rod and muscle car magazines and his catalog designs have won numerous industry awards. Professional Affiliations.

The Painting Process
Bruce paintings are painted the same size or larger than the finished art print. He likes to paint big so he can capture the details that make his paintings special. Bruce strives to make his paintings as technically accurate as possible and spends a lot of time researching each subject (which is the fun part, because then he can flip through his old magazines). Paintings are made using an opaque watercolor called "Designers Gouache" on smooth professional illustration board. Smooth illustration board has a very fine tooth that gives nice texture to brush strokes while keeping a sharp edge for fine detail. A pneumatic brush is used for the homogenization of the finish of a car. He uses Designers Gouache because of the vivid colors and fine detail it achieves. Bruce loves automotive commercials and 1960s architectural renderings made with this technique. One of the disadvantages of opaque watercolors is that it is difficult to make changes or correct mistakes.

Bruce began exhibiting his artwork at the first Hot Rod Heritage Fine Art Exhibit in 1986 at the SEMA show in Las Vegas, where he has since been a featured artist. He was also one of the featured artists at the Gallery Automania Hot Rod Heritage Art Exhibit in Rochester, Michigan. His painting "Jim Hogg County" was the first to appear on the cover of Street Rodder magazine. He has also written and illustrated articles that have appeared in Street Rodder and Custom Rodder magazines. He was commissioned by Group Promotions to do the cover illustration for the book "Road Rockets", one of the titles in a limited edition collection of famous teenage Hot Rod novels from the early 60s by author Henry Gregor Felsen. He also does automotive design and concept renderings for custom car builders like Posies Rods and Customs.

Bruce also did lettering, graphics and murals for race cars, vans and bike tanks, he airbrushed the "chrome" details of fun car bodies and did flame paint jobs for hot rods "back in the day". In addition to his automotive art, Bruce enjoys creating science fiction and aerospace paintings and has been featured in the National Space Society magazine. He is a fan of F1, Indy Cars, NASCAR and Drag Racing. He also loves great American and European classics, sports cars and vintage racing cars. Bruce lives north of Albany, New York with his wife Tina and their two Westie dogs, and he has one son, Warren. He and his wife enjoy tinkering with their collection of old cars and taking his converted '67 Rambler Rogue (401 and 2-4bbls!) on trips, shows and cruises.

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Diamond Painting: Carolyn Steele

Carolyn Steele

I am a snorkeler. The very first time I put on a mask and discovered the magical underwater world of the reefs, I was hooked forever. It was the snorkeling experience that really opened my eyes to the diversity of nature as a whole. I am always inspired by the stunning color, complexity and beauty of the wildlife I have observed in my years of travel in the Caribbean. My images are made up of elements that a nature lover might encounter on a morning walk or an afternoon snorkeling.
I grew up in England and when I was little , I took private art lessons in the countryside where I created detailed studies of flora and fauna in a variety of media. My father, also an artist, inspired and encouraged me from the start. I started to paint pictures of the Caribbean in 1992, in order to prolong the memory of my visits to the Antilles.

I have a background in graphic design, which has helped me to develop my sense of composition, an important element of all my paintings. In graphic design/lithography, I was limited in my use of color. Painting the tropics allowed me to unleash my creativity. I like to work big. I rarely work below 18 x 24 inches, and most of my paintings are on 22 x 30 inch, 300 lb watercolor paper.

I am committed to nature education and conservation, which is why I donate part of my profits to wildlife and reef preservation projects. I hope my works will decorate and make people appreciate the incredible variety and fragility of the biosystems I paint. The majority of species represented here are native to the West Indies, and many of them are endangered.
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Diamond Painting: Cbjork


C.R.BJORK is a "colorist" acrylic painter born and raised in Southern California, who signs his name CBJORK on all his works. His art is mainly fantastic and pop-surrealist, but also has American aspects with some elements of realism. He started his artistic career by painting Beanie Babies that have been presented in many collection magazines. Subsequently, he made himself known for his post-impressionist works representing California, nature, animals, the scenes of Las Vegas and the expressiveness of Halloween. His art of Tiki Hula was one of his main centers of interest, because it allows him to combine many expressions, with fun characters and elements of nature. His tiki-hula art is inspired by his own imagination. Cbjork was born in the mid-1970s and grew up by loving Disney, as well as television series like Bewitched, I Dream of Jeanie, Munsters, and Smurfs, to name a few. The main goal of his art is to entertain others and have entertained himself, to live a vacation with a simple painting. Some paintings make a lot of meaning, others are simple joyful scenes. Cbjork has many projects for the future with regard to its art collections.
The CBJORK studio is currently under construction and is located at home in Ventura, California. Some of his works can be admired locally at Aloha on Street.
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Diamond Painting: Claudia McKinney

Claudia McKinney

My mission is to create meaningful works of art that I hope will inspire you.

I am the mother of four beautiful children and the wife of Michael.

I live on a small ranch in Southern California with two dogs, five chickens, a rooster and two turkeys.

I accept orders for personal or commercial use.

The past few years , I have had great success in having my works published worldwide. Through this, I found ways to share what God has done in my life.

Some finished works of art act a bit like a written journal... describing what I was thinking, feeling or praying. Joys, sorrows, expectations - in each of my works.

In 1998, I was suddenly struck by a serious illness and went blind - it's a long story, but let's just say I had a miracle. I was told that I would not live to see my daughter reach adulthood and then, by the grace of God, and the intercession of Saint Padre Pio of Pietrelcina, I was miraculously cured. Before that, I had never done art strictly speaking (except what one does when one is a child or with one's own children) - then after my miraculous recovery - God led me to the work that I do NOW. He had a plan for me. If you want the full story of my miracle, please don't hesitate to contact me. <3

I dedicate this site and my work to Christ - who has given me every success and every blessing and enabled me to support my family through the work I love more.
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Diamond Painting: David Maclean

David Maclean

For me, art is a place where I go to get lost in a world of dreams. My mind sinks into a scene where my selfish thoughts cannot go and where my imagination is free. Time stops because I feel that I let myself go to a place where I belong" David Maclean

It has been said that either you become an artist or you are born an artist. David Maclean was born an artist. David, a digital artist for 15 years and a traditional artist for the previous 25 years (paint and brush on an easel), currently lives among vineyards and orchards with his wife Maryse, to whom he has been married for over 30 years, and they have three adult children. David is represented by one of the world's leading art licensing agencies (based in London, England), and has quickly become one of the most in-demand artists over the past year His works are now found all over the world. David's mother vividly remembers picking him up after his first day of school to take him straight to an art supply store. She had seen what he had created in class, eyes bright and proud, and knew she had to help him pursue his talent. Ask her and she'll tell you, "It was his destiny, he was an artist." And that's what happened.
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Diamond Painting: Dominic Davison

Dominic Davison

Dominic Davison was born in London, 1972 and now lives in Buckinghamshire, UK where he gets his inspiration for his idyllic and romantic scenes. He has been creating art for many years and in this time built up a loyal fan base, which now spans worldwide.

Prior to joining MGL he worked as a freelance artist, having his work published in magazines such as '3D Artist', and 'Advanced Photoshop'. This includes tutorials and double page galleries.

He also writes a regular column for '3D Artist'. His influences are varied and include landscape masters such as Barend, Cornelis, Koekkoek, Ruisdael, and Constable. Contemporary artists that inspired him include Keith Melling, Charles H. White and Terry Redlin.

His hobbies include the cinema, videogames, art galleries, and making music.

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Diamond Painting: Eduard


Eduard is an internationally renowned artist. His reputation for creating captivating city scenes, enchanting landscapes and famous landmarks is greatly admired. Eduard has received worldwide recognition for his colorful and exciting works of art.
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Diamond Painting: Elena Burtasova

Elena Burtasova

I'm Elena Burtasova. I am a self-taught artist. I love creativity in any of its forms, since childhood I have been drawing, embroidering. Since 2017 I have been fond of coloring books for adults and in 2021 I released my first author's coloring book 'Tender Heart'. Also in 2020-2021 I illustrated 3 books for children. I like to draw sophisticated, gentle girls and cute animals. And I really happy my illustrations will be used for diamond painting.
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Diamond Painting: Elena Dudina

Elena Dudina

I was born in Russia. My father was a soldier, a fighter pilot. So, as you will have understood, we have moved a lot. I spent my childhood and youth from one place to another.
From Estonia to Latvia, even from the Arctic to Ukraine and seven years in Siberia.

Living in Madrid (Spain) since 2002. My husband is Spanish and I love this country too.

I have always drawn and painted, since my childhood. I had this gift. In 2004, I also started sculpting until I discovered Photoshop. Since then, I have worked exclusively in this area. I think it's a summary of everything I've done before.

Photomanipulation is my passion but also my job!

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Diamond Painting: Emanuela Mannello

Emanuela Mannello

Emanuela was born in 1986 in Rome, where she grew up, and now lives in Anguillara Sabazia, a small village on the coast of Lake Bracciano. She graduated from the "International School of Comics", where she studied artistic drawing, graphic design and illustration. She is grateful that her family has always supported her. During the years following her studies, she worked with a number of publishers and participated in various competitions. This year, the Sharjah Book Authority will exhibit its illustrations of "Beauty and the Beast". When working on her illustrations, she lives in a magical world; music, Disney, the Victorian era and her favorite books are her inspiration! The usual method she uses in her work is digital art with photoshop and watercolor; she likes to refine her drawings with details. In her spare time, Emanuela reads books, watches movies and TV series and hangs out with her best friends... they are part of her family! She is a Harry Potter fan and loves the world of geeks! She loves colors, nature, animals and her adorable cat Romeo.
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Diamond Painting: Emeé Fôrémar

Emeé Fôrémar

Graduated from the Faculty of Arts and Design of UNAM in Mexico.
I worked on music projects (Mexico and Luxembourg), on educational projects (Mexico and Japan) and also, on book covers (Mexico, United States and France). I have also collaborated with authors on a children's book and recently I have illustrated collections of poetry (Norway and Sweden).
My artistic universe imprints elements of astronomy, dreams and mexican culture. The human condition and its relationship with nature are recurring subjects in my drawings, but always with a dreamlike and melancholy approach.
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Diamond Painting: Gaelle Picard

Gaelle Picard

I'm a big dreamer, drawing and graphic design have entered my life as a means of expressing myself.
I love going into my world, it's like a parenthesis.

After my baccalaureate, I had the chance to study art, I took the chance to get started, even if it's not always easy, I don't regret it.

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Diamond Painting: Gerald Newton

Gerald Newton

La passion de Gerald pour le dessin et la peinture a commencé dès l'enfance.

Après avoir quitté l'école, il a fréquenté la North Cheshire School of Art and Design, en Angleterre, où il a étudié le dessin d'après nature, l'art en général, la céramique et la photographie. Après avoir terminé ses études, il a suivi un apprentissage en imprimerie et, bien qu'il ait acquis de l'expérience, il a décidé que ce n'était pas exactement la carrière qui lui convenait. Après quelques années passées à travailler pour son propre compte en tant qu'artiste, il a décidé de reprendre des études à temps plein et s'est inscrit à l'université de Plymouth, dans le Devon, en Angleterre, où il a étudié le graphisme. Il a ensuite étudié l'illustration à l'université de Falmouth, dans les Cornouailles, en Angleterre.

Pendant ses études, il a gagné un concours en concevant des étiquettes de vin et a réalisé la pochette de son tout premier disque. Après avoir terminé ses études avec mention, il s'est installé comme artiste indépendant à plein temps. Son premier travail a consisté à produire des illustrations de couvertures mensuelles pour un magazine. Il a ensuite produit une grande variété d'illustrations pour des éditeurs de livres et de magazines. Il travaille aux côtés d'écrivains et de poètes. Il a réalisé des pochettes de disques pour des maisons de disques et des musiciens. Il a travaillé pour des sociétés de marketing, des organismes de protection de la nature et des attractions touristiques, etc. Ces dernières années, il a fourni aux entreprises de puzzles et de jeux son art coloré, détaillé et imaginatif.
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Diamond Painting: Graeme


Graeme Stevenson is best known for producing stunning images featuring a variety of wildlife and landscapes. Born in New South Wales, Australia, he began painting and studying animals at an early age. Growing up, he explored the vast expanses of Australia, photographing, drawing and eventually painting the exotic animals of this country. Now living permanently in the United States, he continues to paint animals. Stevenson's art can be found on a whole range of products, from puzzles to posters.
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Diamond Painting: Hannah Lynn

Hannah Lynn

I am a self-taught American artist, working out of my studio in Idaho Falls, Idaho. Since 2006, I have been selling my artwork online, at events, and through licensed products.

My childhood was spent in Northern California, where I discovered my passion . Like many artists, I have always been obsessed with drawing and coloring! Everything was going well when I received a new coloring book and a new box of colored pencils. Drawing has always been a part of me: my first paid freelance job was when I was 11 (a colored pencil drawing of a bald eagle for my science teacher's son as a birthday present). anniversary) ; I was the dedicated artist for every school group project; and after school I was the girl knocking on your door trying to sell you hand-drawn bookmarks for 50 cents each! When I was not in school, doing my homework or doing household chores, I was drawing, writing, reading or making something. I'm a completely self-taught artist and graduated with an Associate of Commerce degree in 2007. I'm thrilled to be able to share my talent with the world and make it my livelihood!

My original works are created by hand, in watercolor pencil and ink on illustration board, using traditional materials and techniques. Dimensions range from miniature (2.5"x3.5" all the way up to 11"x14", although I could go a little further). Sometimes I work in acrylic on wood, which allows me to paint a little bigger and use different techniques. I also do all of my graphics for internet and product use, and produce many of my own studio prints and products, and publish my own coloring books and trading cards. I am currently licensing outside companies to use my artwork on products such as cross stitch charts, stationery, rubber stamps and more. I love being able to feature my artwork on products that I know people will use and enjoy!

Fans have been collecting my artwork on sites like eBay and Etsy for many years now, and hundreds of my original paintings and prints can be found in many personal collections around the world. My fans are very important to me, because I wouldn't be where I am today without their support! I look forward to a wonderful future where I have the opportunity to license other products, illustrate books, and paint other fun characters and artwork for everyone's enjoyment. all :).

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Diamond Painting: Ingrid Tusell

Ingrid Tusell

I am a self-taught Spanish artist. From an early age, I was fascinated watching my father, a designer by profession, in his studio, and how he focused so much on his work that he seemed to disappear from the world.
I started painting inspired by the landscape when I moved to the countryside, pregnant with my first child. I found a world to explore, filled with powerful nature-bound women who left us a message. In my paintings, the life-death-life cycle appears as a reminder to connect with the cyclical process of nature, feathers, flowers, skulls and power animals inspire my work.
In 2016 I started to exhibiting in galleries in the United States and I have done several Solo Shows, my works are in the homes of collectors all over the world, something that makes me believe in what I do and continue.
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Diamond Painting: Jan Patrik Krasny

Jan Patrik Krasny

He graduated from the Secondary School of Art in Brno (1973) and the AVU in Prague (1982).

In his work he initially focused on comic strips and free creations, then on book illustrations. He has collaborated with a number of Czech and foreign publishers, focusing on the science fiction and fantasy genres.

His work is featured in the digital art anthologies Spectrum, Expose, Exotic and Phantasia.
With his illustrations, he also contributed to the books "How to Draw and Paint Dragons" and "The Dragon Chronicles - Labyrinth of Fire".
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Diamond Painting: Jasmine Becket Griffith

Jasmine Becket Griffith

Jasmine is a traditional acrylic painter who combines elements of realism with fantasy and surrealism. Historical and spiritual references are mixed with fairy tales and the beauty of nature. Her trademark liquid-eyed virgins evoke a wide range of emotions and reactions to the surrounding imagery. Her goal is to bring a little magic and intrigue into the ordinary world with each painting!

Jasmine's images appear in numerous books and magazines, as well as in countless merchandise lines such as the Bradford Exchange, the Hamilton Collection, Ashton-Drake dolls and her Disney merchandise lines. Her paintings are in public and private collections around the world.

Jasmine was born in 1979 and began exhibiting professionally in 1997.
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Diamond Painting: Jason Taylor

Jason Taylor

Wildlife illustration has taken Jason from the icy expanses of the Arctic to the scorching heat of the Californian deserts, from the coral reefs of the Indian Ocean to the cloud forests of New Zealand. His work covers a wide range of publications, from cheerful and colorful books for young children to the exacting standards of encyclopedias and scientific illustrations.
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Diamond Painting: Jean-Marc Janiaczyk

Jean-Marc Janiaczyk

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Diamond Painting: Jody Bergsma

Jody Bergsma

Jody has a diverse painting style that has developed over the years and thousands of paintings. Her earliest works were charming children's illustrations which she sold at Northwest art shows to pay for her education.

Jody's watercolor technique is self-taught. Her engineering degree is reflected in her compositions and demonstrates Jody's love for math and geometry. She seamlessly blends these elements with her imaginative inner visions to create her unique style.

She is often asked why she uses Aboriginal, Aboriginal and geometric symbols. His permanent studies made him discover many ancient cultures and the beauty of their designs. By respectfully working with these images, Jody participates in the meaning of our history and reintegrates their symbols into our modern culture.

I propose that humanity shares a common reality, just beyond the reach of normal sight. Images are emotions, those that are invisible but felt...inaudible but known. There are times when we have a heightened awareness of existence...like the feeling of exhilaration when standing on the edge of a mountain, or atop a crescent moon. Each man's physical adventure is unique, but the abstract language of feelings, and our realization of existence is our common experience. My paintings are part of my personal adventure. Memory simplifies decor. I no longer see the edge of the mountain, but I do see the feelings it stirred.

Art is a tradition that helps define who we are and gives us a vision of what we can become. My painting is my expression and my request for a more beautiful, peaceful and harmonious world.

I wish you an endless childhood,
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Diamond Painting: John Clark

John Clark

I started painting in pastel in 1985, as a natural progression from drawing, which I had practiced for as long as I can remember. Two years later, I moved to the Cayman Islands, where I lived with my family for fourteen years. The colors of the Caribbean stimulated my artistic senses and invited me to capture the turquoise sea and bright pink bougainvillea on paper and canvas. The Cayman Islands artistic community welcomed me, private collectors and institutions purchased my works, and I participated in many visual arts exhibitions and group shows, winning several awards. The Cayman Islands is a British Dependent Territory and my status within the artistic community gave me the opportunity and honor to meet members of the Royal Family.

I started using the acrylic towards the end of my stay in the Cayman Islands, and now that I live in England, I paint almost exclusively with this technique. Acrylics combine the strength of color with technical simplicity, and thanks to their durability, I know that when I ship originals around the world, they arrive in perfect condition.

One of the advantages to live in Europe is to be able to travel to countries like Italy and France. I feel lucky to have been able to paint a few pastoral scenes of Tuscany and Provence in between my more typically tropical works for Caribbean galleries and collectors in the United States.

In 2013 I started painting paint scenes of Kauai, to exhibit and sell them through the Palms Gallery. It was a great privilege for me to be selected to be the gallery's first international artist, and there can be no better inspiration for an artist than to have the most naturally beautiful landscapes on the planet as their subject matter, and a gallery in the middle of it all where his works can be exhibited and enjoyed. Today my days begin with a blank canvas in front of me and images of staggering waterfalls, rugged mountains, pristine beaches and swaying palm trees just waiting to be painted.
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Diamond Painting: Julia Spiri

Julia Spiri

Julia Spiri is an artist with a unique style and talent. She puts so much detail into each drawing that it's very enjoyable to color them in and bring them to life. If you love the world of fantasy and magic, her art is for you.

Julia works as a freelance artist, and painting is her full-time job . Julia holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts. For many years she has been painting portraits and illustrations. She illustrated a series of coloring books and children's story books. Her style is influenced by whimsical art, fantasy art and pop surrealism.

Julia lives near Barcelona in Spain, and she has 3 large German Shepherds.

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Diamond Painting: Julie Buibui

Julie Buibui

My first name is Julie, they call me BuiBui.

Originally from the shores of Lake Geneva, I put my suitcases in Ain, next to a weeping willow. I live there with my lover, my pretty girl, my pretty boy, a lot of paper, a lot of paint and a bunch of crayons.

As far back as I can remember, I've always had a pencil in my hand.

Having studied Art History (mainly of the 20th century) at high school, I obtained a Bac L Plastic Arts in 2005 and then did a very brief stint at the National School of Fine Arts in Lyon. The teaching practiced was not made for me!

Since then I have been constantly painting, gluing, drawing and coloring, always on the lookout for new ideas and techniques. It's a necessity!

Inspired by children's illustration, singular Art, the culture of Street Art or even Primitive Arts, I work to develop a personal and poetic universe which is intended to be an invitation to travel, in worlds populated by melancholic creatures, and in which time often seems to stand still.

Based mainly on the human figure (often female) and nature, my work mixes false naivety, colors, patterns and other heady interweavings that are like so many paths in the course of our thoughts.

My characters and other landscapes each have a unique story that I tell myself when I give birth to them, and I like the viewer to imagine it in turn...


Lately I've been mixing paint, acrylic inks and markers. I frequently add colored pencil to it and use my precious rotring and staedler pens (refillable pens for technical drawing). I have used gouache and pen a lot in the past and am always on the lookout for new techniques.

Having worked a lot on canvas frames, I have recently opted for supports with smoother surfaces such as wood and paper.

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Diamond Painting: Julie Courchesnes

Julie Courchesnes

Julie Courchesne draws her inspiration from the simple pleasures of life. She creates works that evoke the memory of an era and that make you smile. Moreover, the amalgamation of drawing and painting brings a unique perspective to the canvases. All his works have an aspect of lightness, sketch effect and these come to life through the living colors and unique textures.

Since her early childhood, art has been part of Julie's life and it was during her high school education that she took her first oil painting lessons. With time and university studies, art and painting were temporarily put aside. However, upon completion of her courses she returned to her passion and explored a new medium, that of acrylic, which she still uses today.

For Julie, her real essor was the result of a visit to an art gallery in Quebec City in 2013. She immediately felt challenged by this artistic field. From then on, painting would take a very special place in his life. Since then, she uses a self-taught method and paints on a daily basis.

Julie is a passionate artist for whom a life without painting would be unimaginable, gray and empty. Art gives her a balance in her daily life and she uses this attachment to free her creativity and express her emotions. This flame, which art represents in his eyes, allows him to escape, to stop time and fully live the present moment.

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Diamond Painting: Kosmiic's Kollection

Kosmiic's Kollection

Kosmiics Kollection art was inspired through her love of spirituality and the cosmos. Ever since she was young she has always wanted to create. During the 2019 lockdown, she decided the best way to express her creativity through hard times, was to combine her artistic capabilities with her love for technology, and created artistic pieces only using an iPad.

Since then, Kosmiics Kollection has made detailed pieces that venture through the universe.
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Diamond Painting: Kovallino


Kovallino is a Japanese artist specializing in manga drawing. He was born on January 3, 1978 in Kumamoto, Japan. He started his career in the manga industry in 1994 by submitting short stories for a contest held by a famous Japanese magazine. He won the contest and started publishing short stories in many magazines around the world.
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Diamond Painting: Lars Stewart

Lars Stewart

In 2015, Lars Stewart turned his passion for photography into his profession. His works are colorful photo montages in which he combines classical photography and digital art. Lars Stewart lives in the US state of Washington. He works with his wife and fellow artist Aimee Stewart at Foxfire Studios.
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Diamond Painting: Laure Marchand

Laure Marchand

I was born in the Bouches du Rhône and I spent my childhood between the beautiful forests of Burgundy, my mother's country, and the scrubland of Marcel Pagnol.
When I was little, I wanted to be Snow White , Cinderella, getting lost in wonderland or sometimes knowing how to wiggle my nose like my beloved witch while daydreaming in front of Sarah Kay's illustrations.

As a dreamer, I had long since invented a magical world where I could take refuge at my leisure.

"Then she fell into a long, very long sleep..."


I drew like all children draw, but without knowing that it would become a real passion.

I am self-taught and I started sketching mostly landscapes and still lifes. Drawing was very appealing to me but I was never completely satisfied with my "subjects of study".
One day I sketched a little elf in a landscape and it seemed to me so natural that I continued on this path.
Since then, I have devoted my drawing to all these little characters who accompanied me in my childhood and whom I had so much pleasure in seeing again. I now like to bring them to life on a sheet of paper.
I continued to combine my passion for drawing with the fairy world as well as my passion for certain periods of history.

My inspirations are quite varied but often revolve around the magical or the fantastic since I appreciate the softness of the illustrations of Meredith Dillman or Delphine Gache like the darker designs of Tim Burton or Barbara Canepa.

I have been working in the field of vocational training for adults for 20 years and have been declared freelance illustrator since 2008. I reconcile my time between a very rewarding job, my family life and my passion for drawing.

Keeping a piece of magic and childhood is vital for me.

I'll end with my favorite quote:

"What makes the poet? Isn't it love, the desperate search for the slightest ray of sunshine playing on the parquet floor of a child's room"
François Mauriac.

My work as an illustrator

I dreamed of my engravings as princely kisses,

a little naive and childish, they speak to your inner child, the one who deep down inside you has never really grown up.

Filled with melancholy, they speak to you of lost worlds, of melodies forever stolen from your childhood.

Sometimes you'll bite into the poison apple, other times a frog will awaken you.

Often, it's little wood fairies who look you deep in the eye and say:



My illustrations are made of different techniques, either in traditional, watercolor, acrylic and colored pencil; either digitally painted in Photoshop. I always try to instill magic and softness in my way of painting, whether traditional or digital.

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Diamond Painting: Laure Phelipon

Laure Phelipon

Laure Phelipon has always drawn, she has a naive and colorful universe, drawing is, for her, a way to look at the world from the angle of sweetness and joy.
Laure has been an illustrator for children and older children since 2010.

She has illustrated books for Robert Laffont, Hemma, Jouvence, Hachette, coup d'œil.

She also has a shop where she sells fabric coupons.

Laure is happy to be able to offer her illustrations for diamond painting.

See you soon :)
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Diamond Painting: Liliia


Liliia is an American illustrator who works in a variety of mediums including gouache, acrylic, and digital to create varied textures and light effects in her artwork. His themes range from the city, landscapes, still life, to decorative motifs. Her images are perfect for many products such as puzzles, collectibles, calendars and greeting cards.
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Diamond Painting: Lucia Van Den Berg

Lucia Van Den Berg

Lucia van den Berg, originally from a small town in the Netherlands, discovered her love for art as a child, inspired by the beautiful tulip fields and windmills that surrounded her home. The vivid colors and tranquil beauty of her homeland became a constant source of inspiration for her art. Van Gogh's enchanting depictions of the Dutch countryside deeply influenced her, as did the intricate patterns and symbolism of Gustav Klimt's works.

However, Lucia's passion for art was not limited to local landscapes. As a young adult, she embarked on numerous trips, exploring various landscapes around the world. Her works, created primarily with wood pencils and sometimes combined with digital art, reflect the diverse environments she encountered.

Her work "Macaw Family" was inspired by her time in South America, where she was captivated by the vibrant colors and sounds of the jungle. "Mountain Escape" and "Field of Fragrance" reflect her travels in Canada and France, respectively, while "Sakura no Tancho" was inspired by a visit to Japan, where she fell in love with the serene beauty of traditional Japanese architecture and the symbolic trees of the crane and cherry blossom.

Despite her talent, Lucia remains a relatively unknown artist. She has always preferred the quiet solitude of her travels and the comfort of her small studio in the Netherlands to the spotlight. She continues to travel and create, driven not by the desire for recognition, but by the joy of capturing the beauty of the world in her art. Her works, which are snapshots of a time and place, are cherished by those lucky enough to come across them.

Country of origin: The Netherlands

Influences: Vincent Van Gogh, Gustav Klimt, his Dutch heritage, his travels and his passion for exploring the natural world.
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Diamond Painting: Makiko


Makiko was born in Nagoya, Japan. After studying design at Nagoya Girl's University, she worked as a freelance designer for several textile printing companies.
She went to the United States to study English and graphic design, where she met her husband and has since moved to Belgium. She took the illustration course while raising her son.
For nearly 25 years, she has worked as a freelance illustrator for greeting cards and children's publications in Europe and Japan.
She loves nature and animals, and his inspiration comes from the innocent movement of animals and children. And for her, animals are a good way to convey a message and an emotion.
She likes to be part of this magical world.
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Diamond Painting: Maria Chetkareva

Maria Chetkareva

Maria Chetkareva est une illustratrice qui se distingue par sa capacité à créer des mondes magiques et féeriques qui captent l'imagination. Grâce à son talent pour les palettes de couleurs vives et à son style complexe, ses œuvres offrent un aperçu du mystique, suscitant un sentiment d'émerveillement et d'admiration.

Dès son plus jeune âge, Chetkareva a manifesté un vif intérêt pour l'art, se plongeant souvent dans le dessin et la peinture. Ses parents, tous deux artistes, ont joué un rôle déterminant dans l'acquisition de ses compétences. Leur amour commun pour la narration lui a permis d'acquérir une profonde appréciation des récits, qui deviendront plus tard l'épine dorsale de son illustre carrière.

Après l'école secondaire, elle a obtenu un diplôme en beaux-arts, perfectionnant son art sous la tutelle de certains des meilleurs artistes de l'industrie. Après avoir obtenu son diplôme, Mme Chetkareva s'est lancée dans l'illustration professionnelle, fusionnant sa passion pour l'art et la narration. Elle a canalisé ses visions uniques dans la création d'illustrations élaborées qui transportent sans effort les spectateurs dans des domaines différents.
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Diamond Painting: Mariaeva Cardoso

Mariaeva Cardoso

Marieva Cardoso is a Spanish artist specializing in steampunk-style digital art. She lives today from her passion for art. Today, Mariaeva does illustrations for novels and video games.
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Diamond Painting: Marie Antoinette Cailao

Marie Antoinette Cailao

Marie Antoinette is a young Filipino artist born and raised in Manila. From an early age, she showed great interest in art and spent most of her free time drawing and painting. After graduating from high school, Marie Antoinette decided to continue her education at a renowned art school in the Philippines, where she studied illustration and painting techniques.

Over the years, Marie Antoinette has developed her own distinctive style when it comes to illustration, blending traditional Filipino influences with modern and contemporary styles. She quickly made a name for herself in the illustration industry for adults and children, and worked on many projects for local and international clients.

Marie Antoinette is known for her attention to detail and her ability to capture the essence of a story or character through her illustrations. She is also known for her work with bright and vibrant colors, which grab the attention of children while capturing the imagination of adults.

In addition to her work as an illustrator, Marie Antoinette is also active in the Filipino arts community and works with organizations to help promote the arts and arts education. She also organizes illustration workshops for local children to encourage them to pursue their artistic passions.

Today, Marie Antoinette is considered one of the most talented and promising illustrators in the Philippine art scene, and continues to inspire and amaze people with her creative and colorful work.

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Diamond Painting: Maud Lamoine

Maud Lamoine

In love with the artssince my tenderest childhood, it was quite naturally that I turned towards illustration for children's literature, in order to make young and old travel on the end of my pencils.

Very curious, infinitely dreamy, a bit lucky...

I enjoyed learning and practicing many different techniques , watercolour, pastel, collage, Indian ink, photography...and many others which offer me a fairly vast horizon.
I like to combine several techniques, because in art as in life there is no greater strength than diversity.
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Diamond Painting: Monica Morisson

Monica Morisson

Monica Morisson, illustratrice originaire du Manitoba, Canada, est née en 1985. Le parcours artistique de Monica a commencé dès son enfance, son potentiel artistique étant évident dès le départ. Les heures interminables passées à dessiner et à peindre, associées à un talent inné et à un sens aigu du détail, ont rendu évident le fait que ses compétences dépasseraient de loin les limites d'un simple passe-temps.

Le travail de Monica se distingue par sa compréhension innée de l'émerveillement enfantin et sa capacité étonnante à dépeindre des émotions et des récits complexes au moyen d'éléments visuels simples mais captivants. Ses créations sont souvent décrites comme fantaisistes, vibrantes et remplies d'une énergie palpable, évoquant un sentiment d'enchantement.
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Diamond Painting: Nancy Fournier

Nancy Fournier


I am a self-taught painter. I started to paint in oils by exploring different techniques. Not finding what I was looking for, I continued to draw for my own pleasure and turned to graphic design for over 20 years, where I explored different visual styles. This is where my style appeared. This change prompted me to return to the countryside and devote my time to my family life.


This other path has allowed me to find a style of artistic expression that reflects my colorful, spontaneous and soft side. Inspired by the animal kingdom and the human, I like to paint my subjects in a setting of movement and very colorful vegetation. A decor that amazes and transports you to dreams, via the magical universe that emerges. I wish to touch that spark of magic within everyone.


My works follow these stages of production: I start by producing an automatic drawing, then I let myself be inspired by the range of colors to be used and finally, I finish with a black line in Indian ink.


My art oscillates between Pop Art, psychedelic and naive art. My works express Joy and awaken us to the Space of Emptiness through their bright colors applied flat with acrylic paint. I find that the black lines surrounding each shape create a distraction for the mind, which engenders an inner calm. In my opinion, the black lines represent 0.001%* of our material reality, while the solid colors are Space. We believe that we are separated from Space when separation is only a tiny part of reality, as we understand it.


My works are distinguished by the absence of a straight segment and the presence of continuous movement. They contain a multitude of shapes, ranging from circles, many of which are concentric, to hearts and flowers that combine to form different mythical symbols.

* According to quantum physics our material reality is only 0.001%, the 99.999% is the Quantum Vacuum Space, or the unlimited.

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Diamond Painting: Naruokami


"What about me?

I was born in Belgium where I still live.

My taste for creation and drawing comes from my mother, who introduced me to various creative hobbies and reading from a young age.

Once I started drawing, I never stopped. I scribbled on anything and everything, even my class sheets.

My influences are numerous: Comics and a little more the world of manga, video games, cinema and series, and of course, my reading. I am passionate about tales, myths and legends which are inexhaustible sources for my imagination.

In terms of my studies, I started with a year in drawing before continuing in digital arts, from which I graduated.

But later, I refocused on illustration and comics where I can better imagine, express myself and feel myself.

In terms of my work, although I most often color my illustrations on the computer, I remain an unconditional user of the paper format for my sketches, and I sometimes try my hand at watercolour.

I don't know what else to say, I hope my work will touch you and please you.

I would like to thank Oraloa for the new experience and the adventure it offers me with this collaboration.

See you soon,


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Diamond Painting: Natasha Wescoat

Natasha Wescoat

Art is the heritage of Natasha Wescoat, from Michigan and from a family of artists, including painter Georgia O'Keefe. Natasha began painting full -time acrylic in 2004, after the birth of her second child. Since the start of her career, she has sold more than 1,000 original works to private and professional collections worldwide. His works were presented in the Extreme Makeover program: Home Edition and the successful sitcom "The Middle", as well as in Hollywood films like "Marley & Me".

His work is the subject of artistic education worldwide, from kindergarten to university, and the history of his career has been cited in the bestseller of the New York Times and the Wall Street Journal "Crush It ", in The Professional Artist magazine and in WCMU documentary on Michigan" One Person, One Idea ".

Natasha was also invited as a lecturer/artist to national events such as SXSW Interactive, Tedxdetroit and Thriving Artist Summit. Natasha regularly exhibits his works in galleries across the country and the world, from prestigious places like the Ritz-Carlton to popular galleries from the West Coast such as Thinkspace, 111 Minna Gallery. His work is authorized for household items and collectibles, available in stores such as Macy's, Nordstrom, Target, Bed Bath & Beyond, and many more. Natasha is ambitious in all her creative companies, since she is also the founder of Art Career Academy and the author of her first children's book, "Charlotte Lively and the Not-O-Wicked Witch" (Charlotte Lively and the not so nasty witch).

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Diamond Painting: Nathalia Britto Narducci

Nathalia Britto Narducci

Nathalia is a Brazilian artist born in Brasilia and raised in a family of artists. She grew up admiring the art of her mother, who was a painter and sculptor, and began drawing and painting at an early age.

After graduating from high school, Nathalia decided to pursue her passion for art by studying illustration at university. She honed her drawing, watercolor and painting skills, and developed a unique style.

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Diamond Painting: Nicky Boehme

Nicky Boehme

California native Nicky Boehme always knew painting would be her calling. She has been drawing and painting since she was a child. Nicky received technical art training at the Oakland Art Institute in California and later became an art director for several national advertising agencies. It was during this time that she received numerous awards for her artwork, prints and posters as an illustrator and graphic designer.
Her years of experience in painting allowed her to acquire knowledge of dramatic lighting and the ability to transport the viewer to a particular location through his artwork, prints and posters. Through the eye of the mind, Nicky's Boehme paintings will lead you on a romantic adventure, whether it's a secluded little harbor or a refreshing mountain stream.
As artist member of the American Society of Marine Artists, Nicky Boehme participated in the 8th National Exhibition sponsored by the Mariner's Museum in Newport News, Virginia. His works of art, prints and posters are in many private and corporate collections across the country.
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Diamond Painting: Nini Coloring

Nini Coloring

Hello, let me introduce myself, Amandine by my nickname Nini, I am 33 years old, mother of two children. I live in the south of France.
I have been passionate about art therapy for 5 years now. I like to color illustrations whether in colored pencils or watercolors. I also like drawing, I started in 2021 and I created several coloring books.
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Diamond Painting: Oraloa Design

Oraloa Design

Oraloa Design concentrates a selection of artists around the world offering exclusives for Oraloa.
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Diamond Painting: Richard Cameron Morneau

Richard Cameron Morneau

Originally from Lac Beauport, Quebec, Richard Cameron Morneau is an artist at heart. Since his early childhood, this artist has created in different forms (drawing, painting, sculpture, etc.). Today, circus artist, aerial acrobat, comedian, make-up artist, public entertainer, illustrator and more, Richard brings the public into his world of dreams, by all means. For more than 20 years, this artist has been adding strings to his bow to bring total immersion to his fantasy. The Peter Pan in him wants to take you to his own Imaginary Country regardless of your age and above all encourages you to dream to keep your child's heart.
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Diamond Painting: Rosalyna


Rosalyna is a Mexican artist specializing in illustration. She was born in Mexico City in 1985 and grew up surrounded by Mexican art and culture. She studied illustration at the National Autonomous University of Mexico, where she discovered her passion for traditional techniques such as watercolor but also in digital art.

After graduating, Maria Fernanda began her career working as an illustrator for magazines and children's books. Her favorite technique is watercolor, which she uses to create colorful and vivid illustrations that reflect her native culture.

Over the years, Rosalyna has developed her own distinctive style, which is characterized by expressive characters and richly detailed settings. His illustrations have been used for books, magazines, posters, and illustrations for children.

Currently, Rosalyna continues to work as an illustrator and artist, and is considered one of the most talented artists of her generation in Latin America. She inspires young illustrators with her passion for Mexican culture, her virtuoso technique and her ability to tell stories through her works.

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Diamond Painting: Sarah Bibang

Sarah Bibang

Originally from Benin, Sarah is an independent artist who likes to touch different artistic styles. Discover its magical and colorful universe

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Diamond Painting: Sheena Pike

Sheena Pike

Sheena creates unique, colorful images inspired by many different subjects. She captivates her audience with intricate details that explore everything from seasonal patterns to nature, animals and people, surreal "Big Eye" characters, and finally, a fan favorite, her best-selling Lil Dragonz (as she calls them). She works in both traditional and digital media. Fascinated by color from an early age, she demonstrates its beauty by taking full advantage of the glorious palette of colors our spectrum has to offer.

Sheena was featured in Color Pencil Magazine Student Digest in the Winter 2015 issue and was invited back to the magazine in 2016 to discuss her mixed media techniques. Sheena has also been featured in other publications and interviewed about her process of creating fantastic images and her unique imagination. Sheena has also been interviewed by product distributors such as PanPastel about her techniques and process.

Sheena looks forward to continuing to captivate and create beautiful images that will find their way into the imaginations and homes of many.
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Diamond Painting: Sofia Miller Salazar

Sofia Miller Salazar

Sofía, was born in Mexico City in 1998. Art has always been her main passion in life. Since her whole family is involved in an art form, from sculpting to painting, it's no wonder that Sofia chose to become an illustrator. Her mother always prioritized self-expression and there was not a single moment in her childhood when she couldn't create. Sofia studied digital animation at SAE Institute, where she discovered digital art, and has never looked back since. She thinks she was always in awe of the world as a child, which today translates into whimsical and colorful pieces with diverse and magical characters. In her spare time, Sofia enjoys traveling and spending time outdoors.
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Diamond Painting: Sofia Miller Salazar

Sofia Miller Salazar

Sofía was born in Mexico City in 1998. Art has always been her main passion. With her entire family practicing some form of art, from sculpture to painting, it is no wonder Sofia chose to become an illustrator. Her mother always emphasized self-expression, so there wasn't a moment in her childhood when she couldn't create. Sofia studied digital animation at the SAE Institute, where she discovered digital art, and has never looked back since. She believes she has always had a childlike wonder for the world, which now translates into whimsical and colorful works with diverse and magical characters. In her spare time, Sofia enjoys traveling and spending time outdoors.
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Diamond Painting: Vayounette


Who am I?
Vayounette with a brush, with a passion for drawing. As far as I can remember, I have always drawn (pencils, watercolors, etc.). I like to imagine fabulous worlds, filled with magic and wonders. Dwell on details that will give my illustrations a little magic touch, which will make children's eyes shine.

Why turn to youth?
Because I preserved my child's soul. I like to see smiles on the faces of children and adults who discover my illustrations. I would like everyone to be able to recognize themselves through my drawings, that every adult finds the child who lies dormant in them. This little world is part of me and I hope it will touch you.

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Diamond Painting: Willow Rivers

Willow Rivers

Willow Rivers is an introspective non-binary artist from the United States. Her art reflects the influences of LGBTQ+ empowerment, nature, dreams, self-expression, bright colors, comics, and diverse cultural inspirations. Willow's distinct style features female figures with colorful, flowing hair that intertwine symbolic elements such as flowers and butterflies. Their art ranges from detailed realism to dynamic comic book-inspired strokes, inviting viewers into a space of quiet reflection. With a serene and contemplative essence, Willow celebrates individuality and encourages unity within the LGBTQ+ community. Through their captivating creations, they invite others to find solace and inspiration, sharing their artistic journey with an understated, introspective charm.
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Diamond Painting: Yaakov Abergel

Yaakov Abergel

Born in France in Toulouse, the pink city, of ‘Hananiah Abergel and Esther Malka (née Berdah). Second of three children.

Until adolescence he lived in the countryside in St Ferréol. Around the age of 12, his mother made him take violin lessons, which he took for 2 years, but he decided to stop playing music to devote himself to drawing and painting. His father, who is a furniture and antiques trader, is passionate about art and encourages him to develop his taste for drawing. At the age of 12 he gave her an easel. This relationship that was born between them, that of an admirer of painters and a budding painter eager for advice and knowledge, continued throughout their lives.

At the age of 14 following the divorce of his parents, he left to live with his mother and two sisters in Toulouse. During this period he discovered B. D to which he will not stop devoting himself until the age of 22. During the years in Toulouse he sought himself a lot, and in addition to a passion for photography and cinema he began to take an interest in painting. After having started scientific studies, he ended up obtaining an artistic Baccalaureate which led him to enroll in the school of Architecture in which he would study for 2 years. Before taking his exams to enter the third year, he decided to give up to study at the St Luc school in Brussels, at the school of B. D He will study there for 2 years. During this period he discovers Contemporary Art and Contemporary Artists and decides to stop the B. D to also devote himself to contemporary art.

He left to live in Italy, in Florence in order to enroll in a painting school. When he enrolled, the school director, seeing his work, pointed out to him that he would waste his time pursuing studies and that the time had come to embark on life. He will listen to his advice and begin a solitary journey. After a year spent in Florence, he left the "Dolce Vita" to return to Toulouse where he passed the Beaux Arts competition, which he passed, but he only stayed a few months at the Beaux-Arts, which he finally left to devote himself alone. to painting. During his brief stay at the Beaux-Arts in Toulouse, he met Annie Merle who saw his work and chose him from among the Artists to whom she devoted a book that she would publish entitled: “the painters of the Toulouse school”.

Until the age of 27 he never stopped working, painting and drawing without ever managing to integrate into an artistic environment, whether in the world of galleries or in the middle of painters. Although he was unable to exhibit his works, he continued his research. He is 27 years old and decides to make a real living. His parents, who work in furniture sales, help him become a salesman. He first worked in his father's store, then his mother took him with her to teach him the trade. After a difficult start, he acquires a good foundation that allows him to go live and work alone in a store in Paris. He will work there for 3 years. During this period he continues to draw, mostly on the blocks that are used for sales. He painted a few pictures and made many drawings of the streets of Paris during his days off.

His older sister, who at that time had become a nun, sent him books dealing with the deep part of the Torah, Chabad Chassidism and the Lubavitcher Rebbe.

During the holidays he takes a trip to Tahiti and Bora Bora. This trip will be decisive in his life because he will reawaken his desire to paint and create to the point that following this trip he decides to resign from his job as a salesman to devote himself to painting. He then travels to Montreal in Canada to visit his younger sister who has been living there for some time. He meets Haim Sherff there. This Israeli religious painter who lives in Montreal made him aware of the importance of being attached to his roots, and recommended that he become more religious by studying Torah. Indeed, Art according to him cannot be dissociated from the divine spirit expressed in the Torah. Yaakov understood these recommendations well and, in parallel with his work as an Artist, began a religious journey under the influence of the Master of Chabad Chassidism: the Rebbe of Lubavitch.

His new habits naturally led him to pray every morning at the Synagogue on Pallaprat Street, where Chief Rabbi Eliahu Haik also prays, and on Shabbat at the Rebbe's Shalia'h Synagogue in Toulouse: Rav Yossef-Itz'hak Matusof who was the first to introduce him to the Rebbe and the Hasidic world. It was during this period that he discovered the book of Tanya with Rav Gabriel Sebagh. He also studies Chassidut Chabad with Rabbi Israel Zerdoun.

He returns to live in Toulouse. His mother meets Dany Simon who owns an art gallery and who organizes a first exhibition for him which brings together works inspired by the religious world.

It was at this time that he met Liba through David and Edith Hagège, friends of his older sister, and whom he married on June 22, 1997 in Lyon. A year after their marriage, the couple decided to join Yaakov's sister and her husband Samuel Marquès, who had been living in Israel for a year and settled in Jerusalem.

He spends less and less time painting and drawing because he devotes himself to the study of Torah, first at the Yeshiva of Rav 'Haï Barkats then and especially at the Kollel of Rav Shimon Elitouv under the leadership of Rav Avraham Kot. He spent 4 years at the Kollel and obtained the rabbinical ordination of Rav Itz'hak Yéhudah Yérouslavski. It was during this period that he met a decisive person in his life, Rav Ytz'hak-Tsvi Eizenbakh with whom he studied Chassidout and in particular the book of Tanya for many years. He attends many Chassiduth courses, including courses given by Rav Aaron-Mordé'hi Zilberstraum, Rav Chmuel Weinfeld, Rav Chnéor-Zalman Gopin, Rav Avraham-Baroukh Pevzner and Rav Moché Weiner. He is particularly attached to Rav Yossef-Itzhak Offen, whose classes he follows to this day.

His artistic taste will naturally lead him to study Sofrout in Bnei Brak with Rav Gerschtenkorn who was recommended to him by Rav Moché Landau. He obtains the Smi'ha of Sofer from Rav Yéruslavski, which will allow him to practice the profession of Sofer until today by writing the Ktav of Admur Hazaken.

Furthermore he also obtains a Smi'ha of Sho'heth from Rav Shimon Elitouv but apart from the Kapparoth he does with his friend from the Kollel, Rav Yaakov Sho'hat, he will not exercise this occupation.

In 2000, birth of his daughter Haya-Mushka in Jerusalem on Purim Katan.

He changed Kollel and began to study dayanouth in Kollel ‘Ariel’ until today, with Rav Moshe Pinder. He devoted himself more and more to painting and painted many portraits of the Chabad Masters. His creation diversified more and more and he began a series of seascapes on wooden pallets.

Along with his studies and his artistic work, he devotes a lot of time to writing works based on the teachings of the Chabad Masters and the Rebbe, and in particular on the essence of soul. This subject will never leave him. He publishes 3 books.

In 2009, birth of his two sons on the day of Lag Ba Omer.

He is continuing to write a novel he began a few years ago which brings together travel memories (in particular the trip to Bora-Bora) and reflections on Techouva. His book is called "colors in the veins" and reveals his passion for Art.

His sister organized an exhibition of his paintings for him in Raanana in the “Merkaz Giron” gallery. The opportunity is given to him to present in large paintings a small overview of all of his work based essentially on the Chassidic world.

He then made the acquaintance of Yaakov Benhaim and Moché Krieger from the magazine Météor LeMag who devoted a video to this occasion. This meeting marks the beginning of a collaboration from which will be born the production of Torah and Chassidouth lesson videos.

The dissemination of the sources of the Chassiduth is at the center of his concerns and while pursuing his studies he gives many courses around him. His artistic activity intensified and countless drawings were added to his paintings.

His friend Nissim Belma put him in contact with his brother Elie, with whom he designed a site whose objective was to make his artistic work known and to disseminate the Sources of Chassiduth outside.

Since his exhibition in Raanana, he has taken to writing excerpts from the Chassidic speeches of the Lubavitcher Rebbe on his canvases. Thus mixing words with images, the painter seems to finally be able to express his love for painting and for the writing that he unites on his canvases.

“You probably know that the quality of a painter consists in concealing the external aspect of an object, in forgetting its contours, in order to penetrate it, to grasp its deep aspect and essence, in order to express it through his canvas. Thus, whoever contemplates it will perceive what he had not noticed before, when the inner part was hidden by accessory elements. ”

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