Dreamer Designs is proud to have our Artist Spotlight page shine on our Dream Team of talented and unique artists from around the world. We take great pride in hand-selecting each design to transform with our Diamond Canvas Kits™. Each designer not only has a special talent for creating fabulous designs, but also the ability to spark positive vibes, a sense of calmness and inspiration in each design to let our imaginations run wild!
Sandra has reveled in a lifelong love of all kinds of visual media, finding inspiration in almost anything that crosses her path, whether it be an idea of her own, something in nature, or simply a combination of colors.
Beginning her education with a certificate in Visual Communication and Graphic Design in Tel Aviv, she furthered her studies in Canada with a certification in Fine Arts and Advanced Painting.
Her artwork is an imaginative process of creating bright abstract and figurative pieces that explore the intricate interplay between color and shape. Sandra produces many commissioned pieces of her clients’ beloved pets, bringing them to life in vivid and playful shades.View Designs
Jean Guillet is from the USA and specializes in comics, landscapes, and nature designs. Her online artist alias, Chateau Grief, is a tribute to the San Francisco Bay Area’s enchanting and unique culture.
In addition to this rich comic storyline teeming with symbolism, followers of Jean’s are enthralled by her other masterpieces that seemingly both mimic reality and hold an edge of surrealism. Her inspiration often comes from intriguing historical facts, hinting at her constant eagerness to keep learning and growing.
Find her amazing designs through her social media channels below!View Designs
Flash W Designs is from Russia, and specializes in fantasy creatures and animals. With over 1000 designs to her name, her fantasy style is being recognized from worldwide viewers as "breath-taking and out of this world"! Check out her amazing designs below.View Designs
Ann Marie Bone specializes in painting landscapes with vibrant colors using oil paints, acrylics, watercolors, and mixed media. She lives in Dovedale in the beautiful Peak District of Derbyshire, with her husband David and their five children. Most of her paintings are inspired by scenic surrounding areas of the UK, although they tend to come from her imagination.
Having survived breast cancer after being diagnosed in late 2014, Ann Marie has found more significance in her artwork than ever before. With many people commenting on her impressions looking ‘heavenly’ due to her unique relationship with color and light, her intention to create an uplifting and positive atmosphere for herself and her viewers comes across clearly.View Designs
Anna Armona is from Ukraine and specializes in nature themed watercolour art. Her favourite visual artists are Leonardo Da Vinci, Malevich, and Vereshchagin. When she’s not painting, you can find her playing online PC games, exploring new music and studying architecture and history.View Designs
Eric Wilson is one of Great Britain’s leading wildlife artists – a multi-award winner whose paintings are now widely collected throughout the world. He is also a respected teacher of art, with students traveling across the globe to learn from him.
The appeal of Eric’s work is not only in the intense realism that he can produce, but also due to having spent a lifetime studying the same wild animals that he paints. His art comes from the direct experience he has had with the animals, whether it be polar bears in the far north, gorillas in Zaire, or tigers in Nepal.
Eric lives in Buxton, Derbyshire, and has three children whom he claims to be, without a doubt, his greatest works of art.View Designs
Liam Kelly is from Ireland and specializes in mural art. With influence from his favourite artist Thomas Kinkade, Liam produces fantasy-like cottage scenes that simply take your breath away! When Liam isn’t painting, you can find him playing his favourite PC games or making his favourite toasted sandwiches!View Designs
Marianthiz is a digital artist from Greece and specializes in oil paintings with a focus on nature. Her landscape work gets you lost in an enchanting dream, which you don’t want to wake from! While maintaining a low profile, she still remains a huge inspiration for beginner artists who are just getting into the scene.View Designs
Born in England and raised in the United States, Jane Maday has been a professional artist since she was 14 years old, when she began her career as a scientific illustrator for the University of Florida. After receiving a Bachelor’s degree from the Ringling College of Art and Design, she accepted a job with Hallmark Cards, Inc., designing and painting greeting cards.
Her scientific background has allowed her to infuse realism into her creations, with her work adorning some 25 children’s books as well as an array of puzzles, plates, ornaments, t-shirts, and so much more.
She and her husband live in beautiful Colorado with their two children.View Designs
Guido Borelli da Caluso is an Italian painter born in Caluso in 1952. He comes from an artistic background, and his family always encouraged him to develop his talent even in his early childhood.
Holding his first exhibition at the age of 17 at Ars Plauda Gallery in Turin, his journey continued from there with exhibitions around the world. After graduating high school, he received his artistic training at the Accademia Alberta in Turin. Today, he has permanent exhibitions in art galleries in Italy, France, the United Kingdom, and the U.S.
Borelli is a true lover of nature and of anything gentle. His painting technique, usually in oil, is influenced by the Italian realistic style. He uses nature as the focal point of the Italian landscapes, homes, and villas that he has stored away in his memory and modified to suit his personal tastes as he recreates them.View Designs
Michael’s passion to become an artist began as a youngster growing up in Tampa, Florida. Michael knew his destiny was to draw and paint, and when his family moved to Long Beach, California, his artistic abilities blossomed. Throughout high school, Michael sought every opportunity to observe nature and create art.
He is fascinated by what makes up the American landscape, whether it be a big red barn, a farmhouse, or a dilapidated wooden garden bench. The understated and overlooked details found in nature and in mundane, everyday objects are, to Michael, the most beautiful of essences to capture.View Designs
Born in Australia, Regan has been creating all her life. As a true drawing addict, she has developed her skills throughout the years and is recognized for her amazing fantasy art.
She uses her favorite mediums of pencil, watercolor, pen and ink, and acrylics to create her cartoon-esque portraits, either for commission or for her own collections. She has a strong following and is authentic and honest with her development both as an artist and as a person.
Enter her world of whimsy and magic to discover her fairies, mermaids, witches, and other beautiful creatures.View Designs
Barbara Rosbe Felisky is known for her rich impressionist paintings of gardens and landscapes. She frequently travels, and this has proven to be a strong source of inspiration to her. Each year, she seeks out a new place to absorb its atmosphere, explore, and photograph, whether it be Provence, Tuscany, Californian vineyards, or the English countryside.
She uses a rich palette to capture the vibrancy of flowers and shrubs while invoking the intensity of her setting of choice by drawing her viewers deep into the space she has created.
Born in Chicago, Illinois, Felisky now resides in Southern California, painting daily at her studio. She received a Bachelor of Arts degree in Art and Education from the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor.View Designs
Julie Filipenko lives and works in Tel Aviv, and graduated with a Bachelor’s degree from the Bezalel Academy of Arts and Design in Jerusalem.
Her portraits are generally of adolescent girls that emanate an idealized innocence. They exist in brightly-colored worlds of Filipenko’s creation, which are often patterned with flower motifs and constellations of the solar system.
You will find an animal accompaniment alongside each human figure, with an overwhelming impression of curiosity about them that draws the viewer in and makes them eager to learn more.View Designs
Alissa has always been intrigued with the finer details found in flowers when studying them closely, firstly taking macro photographs with her first digital camera before eventually wanting to capture such detail with a paintbrush.
Whilst working towards a business degree, Alissa joined a drawing class that brought forth many artistic possibilities for her. It wasn’t until she decided to leave her path working in various customer service and sales roles that she didn’t enjoy and pursue her talent full time did she discover the opportunities that awaited her.
Starting a small business in Jun 2018 has been a momentous goal and she is thankful to continue doing what she loves.View Designs
Originally from England, Carolyn Steele is now based in Florida, where she creates bright and vibrant tropical wildlife images that are inspired by her treks to islands in the Caribbean.
Her talent runs in the family with her father being a talented artist. Carolyn herself first began drawing as a toddler.
Using her unique and fresh perspective, she is able to inspire others on reef and ocean conservation. She injects humour into her work and hopes to create masterpieces that are enjoyed by all. Snorkelling gave her a glimpse at the diversity of life in the underwater world and with her colourful recreations, she allows others to experience it too.View Designs
Kurtis Rykovich’s creatures are full of allure, his graceful subjects embody both the darkness and the light. Often his muses are accompanied by some kind of symbolic spirit creature which he explains is meant to blur the line between who influences who in the relationship.
Kurtis enjoys going to antique and used stores on the hunt for inspiration and when he isn’t painting, he tries to keep his mind free, which he admits isn’t easy.
He obtained his MFA at the University of Nevada Las Vegas.View Designs
Born in London, Dominic Davison now lives in Buckinghamshire where he is consistently inspired for his picturesque and romantic scenes that he creates. Dominic is known for painting cottages, manor houses and colonial houses in both England and America where his love for architecture and the countryside are piqued.
As he is fond of travel, scenes of Southern France, Italy and Spain can be enjoyed, among other detailed and fascinating scenes.
His worldwide following has been expanding for many years since when he was a freelance artist before joining MGL.View Designs
David’s primary focus in his expansive career in illustration is in the children’s industry, mainly for toy companies and publishing. He has illustrated a children’s book and is now working as a designer in the giftware industry.
Growing up in an artistic environment, Galchutt can fondly remember the moment he decided to become an artist one day in kindergarten when drawing trees that were not quite like any of the other children’s.
He is comfortable working with both watercolour and oils, creating a varied collection of animal and human subjects full of fine detail that keeps the viewer’s attention for extended periods of time, regardless of their age.View Designs
With wildlife and history being Abraham Hunter’s favorite subjects to draw, you will often find a blending of the two, as he incorporates cute critters into his illustrated stories.
Hunter enjoys expressing his longing for a perfect world in his images through depictions of peaceful homesteads, villages, wildlife, and faith. If his art puts a smile on someone’s face as they step into his oil and acrylic paintings, he says his life behind the easel has been worth it.
An entirely self-taught artist who has been selling his paintings from the age of 12 to support his family, Hunter is now an award-winning artist with a brilliant career ahead of him.View Designs
As soon as Bilodeau could hold a pencil, she began spending a great amount of her time drawing.
Her inspiration comes from growing up with many different pets and having a big wild field as a playground. She also draws her creativity from her trips to Montana, a photo safari in Africa, and visits to zoos and butterfly farms.
Bilodeau hopes her artwork contributes to creating a world where we are more in tune with nature, a world without war, and one in which we care, love, and respect each other.View Designs
This down-to-earth freelance artist simply enjoys producing quality creations without the glamor of the spotlight that comes with it.
Chris Bigelow of Bigelow Illustrations loves to experiment with mediums and designs and enjoys learning from others. Under the direction of his clients, he has the capacity to approach things differently and learn new skills.
Always looking to improve and discover even more talents, Bigelow is now concentrating his efforts on his art, and we can expect more big things to come.View Designs
Richard Burns’ love for nature shines through in his acrylic artworks, and he often uses wildlife paintings to support various charities and funds that protect the environment and endangered species.
Also fascinated by the architectural beauty of classic American homes, he portrays an extensive repertoire of lighthouses and cottages that are set in certain seasons or times of day, allowing him to experiment with the mood-altering presence of light.
The powerful emotional impact that his scenes depict is a result of Burns’ unique ability to combine vibrant realism with his impulsive, creative painting process.View Designs
John Clark started painting pastels in 1985. Two years later, he moved to the Cayman Islands with his family which inspired his artwork to another level. The colours of the Caribbean, the turquoise sea and vivid pink bougainvillea stimulated his artistic senses and soon became the focal point in his pieces.
The Cayman crowd quickly took notice and John was heavily in demand for art exhibitions and group shows, winning several awards.
John now lives in England and focuses on acrylic style paintings.
Alan Giana was born and raised in Connecticut. At the young age of four, he grabbed a magic marker and scribbled on the wall with it. His parents were not happy but his career was set in motion!
Alan’s father is an accomplished ceramic artist and is a big influence to his artwork. Alan went on to study graphic design and business management in college. He then started his own illustration and design company in the early 1990’s. Through the years, Alan’s popular scenic style have appeared on book covers, magazines, children’s games, music CD’s and in several books.
Now, over fifty companies across the United States, Canada and Europe are licensing his beautiful paintings.View Designs
Tanya Bond is a contemporary artist. She creates her work in the beautiful Irish Midlands, surrounded by endless inspiration of enchanting landscapes of the Emerald Isle.
In her work Tanya strives to depict emotion and hopes to invite the viewer's imagination into untold stories of her ethereal characters.
Tanya has been working as a professional artist for the past 17 years. In 2015 Tanya published an oracle deck called Duality Deck and shortly after - her first colouring book "INKLINGS", followed by many other books that are now enjoyed by colourists all around the world.
Tricia Reilly-Matthews captures the charming innocence of children and the cute comfort of furry pets in her sweet and nostalgic imagery that pop with color and detail.
Her luscious pastels of angelic children have appeared on many greeting cards, children’s magazines, and over 100 jigsaw puzzles. Her Unicef imagery earned her worldwide recognition, and her “Angels Among Us” illustration was turned into a mural at MetLife Stadium to honor COVID-19 first responders.
Tricia attended Parson’s School of Design, later receiving a master’s degree in illustration from the College of New Rochelle. She is a retired K-5 art teacher and remains forever inspired by the children she taught and from years of watching her son Christopher grow. She also finds inspiration from her faith, family, and friends.