Wings and Wonder by Ash Evans
The Art of Ash Evans

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Ash Evans is the painter of things with horns, fur and wings and a self proclaimed Unicorn Queen. She holds court just outside Baltimore, Maryland USA. Describing herself as a professional creature artist, Ash has her style rooted in the realm of fantasy. She cobbles creatures together with many different mediums including: Digital, acrylic, watercolor, pencil and oils. Most days you can find her in her studio spattered with paint and muttering to herself. She is easily distracted by shiny objects, enjoys reading and horseback riding.

Ash began her fantasy career quite by mistake painting a dragon for a friend, which she enjoyed so much she continued to paint fantasy themed pieces. In 2005 she sold her first art piece and from there launched her first website and hosted her own first art show. Startled by her success Ash continued to expand her portfolio and started selling at local shows. In 2006 Ash began to market her artwork full time. Today Ash’s work graces prints and products through out the United States and Europe.

Ash tries to find inspiration in everyday things and her pets are an enormous part of that. Ash is also a musician and singer who likes to use that as another creative outlet.

“All I can say is that I’m very lucky to have stumbled into such a charmed life. Some people sit around wishing for the fairy tale, I decided to paint my own. I hope I am around to enchant people for many years to come. I want to make the world a more magical place one unicorn at a time.”- Ash.
 

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Published November 19, 2012 by Gallery Wrapp. 55 pages
Genres: Arts & Photography. Non-fiction

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