are two main companies involved in producing
sculptures of Jessica's work, 'Add an Accent'
and 'Signature Series
the a picture below to go to a full listing
of each companies pieces
Amy Brown was born in Bellingham, Washington in 1972
and quotes her greatest influences as Brian Froud and Michael Parkes
a lot of artists she paints for herself,
she doesn't take on commissions.
"I spent much of my childhood and teen years doodling, but was never very serious
about my art. In 1992, at the age of 20, I got a job working as a custom picture
framer at a local gallery, which I continued to do for more than 7 years. This
was the best step I could have taken towards my eventual career. I was exposed
to a wide range of art in all mediums. Working with mat boards and frames gave
me a good background for color, texture, and design.
About four months
after I started at the gallery, my boss and now good friend Shawn, handed me an
empty frame that had been lying around the shop for months and said 'Here, paint
something to fit in this frame....maybe a little fairy or something.' I had
always had an interest in fairies, ever since my aunt gave me the book FAERIES
by Brian Froud and Alan Lee. However, I never attempted to draw any. So, I went
home that night and painted a faery hovering next to a clump of pink foxgloves.
We put the finished piece out in the gallery and it sold a few days later...
...that was how it all started."
of Bio taken from (and copyright of) amybrownart.com
you are at all interested in her art, please visit her
included as much information as I can on
these figures and where possible I've also included Amy's
original art for each piece so that you
can compare and see how well the sculptor
has done, I personally feel that the Signature
sculptors have done a much better job than
the add an accent ones but the paintwork
and resin used is well below the quality
of any dragonsite pieces.
original artwork by Amy Brown is Copyright
to Amy Brown, please don't use her artwork
without permission! If you want more of
her art why not buy her books 'The Art of
Amy Brown - Volume 1 & 2', They are well
worth it and that way you don't steel her