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Artist: Holly Bird by Gayle Surrette
Review by Gayle Surrette
SFRevu.com Intervew  ISBN/ITEM#: ARTHOLLYBIRD
Date: 19 August 2007

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If you've checked out the art shows at science fiction or fantasy conventions, you've probably noticed the work of Holly Bird. Many of her illustrations have a feeling of magic about them, the colors range from bright to pastel blended to give an impression of looking into a faraway time, place, or into the imagination. When I look at her work, I can't help but think that over that hill or behind that tree there be dragons, elves, castles, and adventure. Take a look at the image from her website to see what I mean. You might even want to visit her site to check out her work before reading the rest of this interview.

On her webpage it says:
Holly is an award-winning artist and graphic designer residing on the west coast of Florida. Currently freelancing, she has extensive experience as an illustrator, feature film industry storyboard artist; broadcast designer; magazine & advertising art director; and fine art and adjunct graphic design instructor.

From official release/information:

Holly is an award-winning artist and graphic designer residing on the west coast of Florida. Currently freelancing, she has extensive experience as an illustrator, feature film industry storyboard artist; broadcast designer; magazine & advertising art director; and fine art and adjunct graphic design instructor.

(Source: SFRevu.com)

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