English | 简体中文
update #May 10, 2014

artist's list

a..c  d..f  f..j  k..m  m..s  t..z  
Nykolai Aleksanderillustration, concept art, digital art
Julie Bellillustration, science fiction, fantasy
Karol Bakfigurative art, symbolism
Kerem Beyitillustration, digital art, fantasy
Volkan Bagascience fiction, fantasy
Greg Bridgesillustration, science fiction, fantasy
Edward Binkleyillustration, children's books, fairy tales
Ciruelo Cabralillustration, fantasy
Kinuko Y. Craftillustration, children's books, fantasy
a..c  d..f  f..j  k..m  m..s  t..z  

updates

May 7, 2014
Collections launched! Now you can enjoy artworks grouped by theme!
April 29, 2012
We decided to clear all votes. Let's have second raund!
March 9, 2012
4 new artworks have been added into Larry MacDougall Gallery
February 23, 2012
7 new artworks have been added into Nykolai Aleksander Gallery

latest likes*

*Feature "I like it" in the gallery viewer

Julie Bell

Julie Bell is riding at the top in the field of superstar illustrators of the world today. Her credits include creating advertising illustrations for the elite of the corporate world, such as Nike, Coca-Cola and The Ford Motor Company, painting book covers for the major publishing houses in NYC or doing album covers for artists such as Meat Loaf. She was the first woman ever to paint Conan for Marvel Comics, which paved the way for many other commissions from Marvel, DC, and Image Comics to illustrate superheroes in fully rendered paintings. Her first published cover for Heavy Metal magazine broke ground for other illustrators with the introduction of her now legendary Metal Flesh. Her hyper-realistic style is known for its sexy, powerful images of warriors and amazons and a sensitive, exquisite use of color and texture.

Born in 1958 in Beaumont, Texas, Julie has known herself through the identity of "Artist" for as long as she can remember-art comes as naturally to her as does breathing. Though early in her life she moved and lived in 12 different locations, she consistently kept her art at the center of things. She attended 6 different colleges and universities to continue her passion for art, always focusing her studies on the human figure and life drawing.

Because of her love for the human body she took up weight training and became a nationally ranked competitive bodybuilder. She no longer competes but maintains her muscle through continued weight training as well as Ashtanga yoga.

In 1994 she married artist Boris Vallejo. She has two sons from a previous marriage, Anthony Palumbo and David Palumbo, both of whom are also professional illustrators in science fiction/fantasy genre.

Today, Julie Bell and Boris Vallejo reside in Allentown, Pennsylvania.

Personal website: www.imaginistix.com

Views: 20431
Twitter Facebook Yahoo! Buzz Google Buzz Blogger delicious LinkedIn MySpace Stumbleupon

Julie Bell top artworks*

*You can click button "I like it" in a galley viewer to show that you like artist's artwork. The top six artworks are shown in this mini-gallery.
Sitemap  |  Terms of Use  |  Privacy Policy  © 2010-2017, InsideYourART.com, contact@insideyourart.com
All art herein is copyrighted and reproduced with official permission of the respective artists.
Materials on this website may not be reproduced without express permission of the copyright owners.