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    • Jane Feil

      For California-based artist Jane Feil, the human figure and its ever-transforming nature has always deeply intrigued her. It’s a fascination that has informed her abstract figure paintings for more than 30 years. In her works, she astutely translates the contours of the human body onto paper and sets them against bold backdrops, which lend the paintings an expressive sensibility that makes each one distinctly captivating.
      Jane Feil
      • Jessica Durrant

        “People were the first thing I drew, when I was three,” says fashion illustrator Jessica Durrant. ”Maybe it’s because people are so complicated, beautiful, and unique.” Her alluring watercolor portraits of women clad in elegant garb are stunningly detailed, and some have vintage elements to them. “Many of my fashion illustrations start with a few photo references, but I am never married to the image,” she says. “I realize the art will always take on a life of its own.”


        Jessica Durrant
        • Julieta Leon

          New York illustrator Julieta Leon has a keen eye for shape and form. Using a wide range of simple tools, such as chalk, charcoal, ink, and watercolor, she composes figurative drawings of the human torso that are at once simple and powerful. Her works represent an impressive understanding of the human form, and she is able to deftly convey on paper movements of the body.

          Julieta Leon
          • Kathleen Hope

            ‪With a diverse background that includes working as a decorative painter and a color consultant, artist Kathleen Hope has a masterful approach to color, as evidenced by her vibrant portraits. The Arizona-based artist’s unique abstract paintings manage to be vivid while also giving off a sense of moodiness.

            Kathleen Hope
            • Leigh Viner

              Denver-based Leigh Viner is a self-taught fashion illustrator. She’s also a makeup artist, a clothing designer, and a collector of vintage fashion photos. All of this is immediately apparent in her beautiful illustrations, which exude wit and glamour.

              Leigh Viner
              • Samantha Hahn

                Samantha Hahn is a New York-based illustrator who creates charming drawings for Tiffany, Anthropologie, and Daily Candy, to name a few. “I look for faces and poses that convey emotion, energy, or some sort of dynamism,” she says of her romantic portraits and figure paintings. “It’s hard to explain why painting the figure and the face are so compelling. The reference has to speak to me, but I’m also going to impose my emotions, feelings, and thoughts onto the page.” Her first solo book will be published by Chronicle in fall 2013.

                Portrait by Tara Donne

                Samantha Hahn
                • Samantha French

                  “Using vague yet consuming memories from my childhood summers spent immersed in the tepid lakes of northern Minnesota, I attempt to recreate the quiet tranquility of water and nature,” says New York City artist Samantha French of her paintings of swimmers. At the same time, her works are a testament to her keen observation of the human figure. “There is a certain connection you can make with the viewer; it’s about communicating to other people,” she explains. “There’s also an aspect of self-reflection that I am interested in.”
                  Samantha French

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