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Annie Stegg has been painting whimsical illustrations from early childhood, though her professional career did not start until 2004 when she graduated with a bachelor’s degree in art.   Her works encompass a wide variety of mediums, including both two and three dimensional forms.  Specializing in  character design and development, her goal is to create unique images that tell a story.

Her illustrations have been featured in various game and publishing clients including Ballistic Publishing,  Apple, Android, Hi-Rez Studios, Tiki Games, Addicting Games, and SPIL Games. In addition to these commissioned projects, she  spends most of her time creating her own personal body of work which is inspired from folklore, mythology, and nature.   Her signature works include fanciful depictions of women and animals.  Annie strives to create images that will evoke emotion and imagination in the viewer.  She believes that in order  to gain a better understanding of oneself, it is important to be open to others’ perceptions.  Art is just another way to express an emotion or ideal; a visual method of communication that depicts things that words cannot express and connects people through insight.

Most of Annie’s work is done in acrylics, but she also works in oils, color pencils, and watercolor.  She currently resides in Northern Georgia.

 

Printed Publications:

D&D Monster Manual 2014: artist

Spectrum 21: artist

Spectrum 20: artist

Spectrum 19: artist

D’artiste Fashion Design: author/artist

Memories: author/artist

Exotique: artist

Online Publications:

Imagine FX Fantasy Illustrator

magineFX magazine 94

ImagineFX magazine 90

MuseTouch

Javertime

Walking blind

Honors and Awards:

2004 Art Institute of Atlanta Best in Show
2007 Animeff First prize
2008 AWA Best 2d piece and Best digital piece
2011 1st place for “Celestial Muse” in Dragon*Con Art show
2011 AWA Best in show “The Pond”
2011 AWA 3rd place “The Revolution”

2012 Best Faerie DragonCon artshow

2013 1st place for "Madame Fae" in Dragon*Con Art show

2014 Norwescon 37 Best of Show for "Calida and the Diamond"

2014  Norwescon 37 Best Color for "Calida and the Diamond"