Reblog – Paul Andruss celebrating the work of Illustrator Donata Zawadzka.

Here is an extract from Paul’s post today celebrating the work of illustrator Donata Zawakska.

http://www.paul-andruss.com/happy-thoughts/

Wrapped in Light was the second drawing Dona did for Thomas the Rhymer. This time I wasn’t shocked because I knew what her remarkable talent could bring to the book. But I was still delighted by her creativity and insight.

If you look at Dona’s Fairy Queen Sylvie, there is something not quite human about her. The beauty is other worldly. This is due to what Dona cleverly did with the spacing of Sylvie’s eyes. The other thing that Dona instinctively grasped was the Celtic costume and the runic symbols Sylvie is standing over – almost as if they are carrying her.

 wrapped-in-the-light-small

Read and extract from Thomas the Rhymer and discover more about Donata: http://www.paul-andruss.com/happy-thoughts/

If you are looking for an illustrator for your books you will find details in my author services directory for Donata.. but here is a reminder of her links.

Website http://dezawadzka.wix.com/donatasgallery
Buy her work  http://www.redbubble.com/people/donattien/works/7004053-the-birch-maiden?c=32080-ink-illustrations
Facebook  https://www.facebook.com/donataewa.zawadzka?fref=ts
Twitter  https://twitter.com/DonataEZawadzka

 

 

 

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