Some of you may know about Displa.io, a wonderful new website where artists and photographers can post their work for sell on giant metal canvases called displates. I joined the site while it was in beta, and have a few galleries up of my work. Well, I just learned today that one of my favorite pieces, "Key to the Soul" was chosen to be showcased in Displa.io's first gallery show during the SonArt festival in Barcelona, Spain! You can see the whole collection of artwork that was part of the gallery (including mine) here, and learn more about the gallery at Displa.io's blog here. Click the image of "Key to the Soul" below to see it on Displa.io, and check out all the amazing artwork there. *Also - interviewing with Robin Easter Design today. Wish me luck!
I'm excited to announce you can now get Elizabeth Kidder art in a whole new way - by walking into a store. I am now a part of ZaPow!, an illustrators gallery in Asheville, NC. I have canvases, prints of all sizes, postcards, bracelets, and very soon, hardcopies of the first four books of Jannah Station, for sale. If you're ever in Asheville (and you should be, because it's a wonderful place) stop by ZaPow! And check out all the amazing illustrators inside...including myself. :)
FInally, and without any further ado, I give you the first (here's hoping!) of my steampunk-dinosaur trading card set. Soon to be released on an artist trading card website, this set details what would have happened in the Victorian period if dinosaurs had evolved alongside the human race and became domesticated. It has a little something for everyone, and hopefully there will be more to come. Also, thanks to my Facebook commentators who gave me inspiration for this set.
Well, if I told you who the murderer was, you wouldn't have to read my graphic novel, would you? The final chapter in the 4 part series "Jannah Station: A Soft Murder" is now published on Amazon, and you should all check it out by clicking the awesome cover art to the left. It's only $2, and it's digital, so you have it immediately and can carry it around forever. Now comes the fun part. Over the summer months, I'll be coloring the interior pages, and once that is complete, the entire "Soft Murder" book will be published in trade paperback, for those (like me) who prefer a physical book to carry around and dog-ear to their heart's content. Thanks for reading, and I hope you enjoy the conclusion of "A Soft Murder."
I'm Elizabeth Kidder, freelance illustrator currently located in Knoxville, TN. Please enjoy the site and Contact Me with any job inquiries or questions.