Location: US Web: www.chrisseamanart.com Email: email@example.com media: Medium-acrylic on board From Applibot and Blizzard Entertainment to Wizards of the Coast and Warner Bros Studios… in a 14-year career, Chris Seaman’s work has found fans in the biggest of big-name clients.
Chris splits his time between commissions and personal work, which reflects a “lifelong interest in the classic fairy tale”. Educated at the esteemed Art Center College of Design in Pasadena, Craig loves to paint nature and the human form. He’s also painted comic book and cover artwork for Dark Horse Comics and World of Warcraft trading cards, and is a Spectrum Fantastic Art gold-medal winner.
“I work in themes personal to me,” he says, “and issues such as body image, environmental preservation, and social and psychological repression weave themselves throughout my work.” 1
The Seven Ravens Acrylic on board, 17x22in “The Brothers Grimm wrote over 200 fairy tales, many of them obscure. This one stuck with me and I had to illustrate it. It’s a story of a daughter making amends for her father’s bad choice, which cursed her brothers and turned them into ravens.”
Poison Aple Acrylic on board, 18x17.5in “Everyone knows Snow White and the Seven Dwarves. I wanted to have a little fun with how far the dwarves would go to protect her, building a suit of armour. But in the end it wasn’t a knife blade or arrowhead that did Snow White in...”
3 The Fairy with the Turquoise Hair Acrylic on board, 16x20in “In Carlo Collodi’s original Pinocchio, the Blue Fairy was introduced later in the book as a mother figure. While Geppetto, Pinocchio’s creator, represented the father figure. Here I chose to interpret the love between mother and child.”