Welcome to Ellen Million Graphic’s Featured Artist of the Week! Each week, we select an EMG artist and share their work and history. We hope you enjoy getting to see incredible artists this way.
This week, we’re celebrating the effusive and dedicated Jenny Heidewald! Jenny joins us from the eastern US, and is a proudly self-taught artist. She remembers the exact moment she decided to become an artist: when she was touched by the hand of God. She recalls watching her mother drawing, an illustration of the hand of God reaching forth from the clouds magically flowing into existence on a blank sheet of paper. And that was it: the moment she knew that’s what she wanted to do. She’s been practicing her craft ever since. You can explore more of her work on her Facebook page and at her DeviantArt gallery.
Jenny has been a great friend to and supporter of Ellen Million Graphics for many years. She even participated in Sketch Fest before the first official Sketch Fest! Jenny has over 1000 playful and colorful sketches in her Sketch Fest gallery, and has provided hundreds of prompts for Sketch Fest artists as well. Her work is featured in several EMG coloring books, and her Portrait Adoption gallery has encompassed over 100 portraits – over half of which have been adopted, proving her character illustrations are popular indeed!
We invite you to explore more at her pages over on EMG as linked below:
Jenny’s Sketch Fest gallery.
Jenny’s Portrait Adoption gallery.
Her work is featured in the following coloring books:
Apples and Roses
Wings of Night
Check out all the current EMG coloring book titles in our shop.
You can also find her work in The Art of the Business of Fantasy Art, Volume 1, found at this link.
The featured illustrations above are:
Another portrait adoption, customization available.
A portrait adoption, some customization available.
A portrait adoption, any customization available! Minor tweaks free.
“Queen of Foxes.” The original ACEO drawing is available!