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Changeling Artist Collective original art auction - There and Back Again

| Filed under: Collecting NewsUrulöké | September 10, 2016 @ 10:12 am (Views: 170771)

UPDATE: The auction is now running, and many items have sold (Buy It Now) or have bids - if you are interested, check it out! There are many more pieces added after this post was made, so be sure to browse through the collection. https://www.facebook.com/ChangelingArtistCollective/photos/?tab=album&album_id=200247120389988

I recently saw a facebook post about the Changeling Artist Collective, an online group of artists from around the world. They hold monthly auctions of original artwork, and the upcoming September auction's theme is "There and Back Again", based on the books of J. R. R. Tolkien. I haven't seen any art from these creators before, but there are definitely wonderful works available. If you are interested, there will be more instructions posted at the time the auction starts (September 12th) on their website.

Auction starts on September 12 and ends on September 16. Bidding (in prior auctions, I assume the same here) is done through Facebook, and payment is made directly to the artist - be sure to check the description of any art you are interested in, as the country of origin and payment methods accepted are different for each artist.

There and Back Again – September Auction Preview

Art and text below reproduced with permission from the collective.

Gollum - Jana Heidersdorf
Title: Gollum
Artist: Jana Heidersdorf
Medium: pencil on paper
Size: 21 cm x 29,7 cm // 8,3″ x 11,7″

About the artist:
Jana is an illustrator of imaginary and creepy things located in Gelsenkirchen, Germany.
Her work explores everything that lurks in the dark, may it be feral creatures or shapeless thoughts and feelings.

site | instagram | tumblr | etsy

Barrow-wight - A. M. Sartor
Title: Barrow-wight
Artist: A.M.Sartor
Medium: Ink, colored pencil, gouache, pastel
Size: 4″X6″

About the artist:
A.M. Sartor is a freelance illustrator that resides in Seattle, WA. Her style is greatly influenced by works from the Golden Age of Illustration, Ukiyo-e and contemporary pop surrealism. Her art is a culmination of 10 years in the entertainment and publishing industry, and is a mix between traditional and digital media.

site | instagram | twitter | tumblr | facebook

Tom Bombadil - Larry MacDougall
Title: Tom Bombadil
Artist: Larry MacDougall
Medium: Watercolor on paper
Size: 9″X12″

The Green Dragon Pub - Larry MacDougall

Title: The Green Dragon Pub
Artist: Larry MacDougall
Medium: Watercolor on paper
Size: 9″X12″

Ring Wraith - Larry MacDougall

Title: Ring Wraith
Artist: Larry MacDougall
Medium: Watercolor on paper
Size: 9″X12″

Sam - Larry MacDougall

Title: Sam
Artist: Larry MacDougall
Medium: Watercolor on paper
Size: 9″X12″

Frodo - Larry MacDougall

Title: Frodo
Artist: Larry MacDougall
Medium: Watercolor on paper
Size: 9″X12″

About the artist:
Larry is a Fantasy and Faerie Tale artist, living and working in Canada.

tumblr | twitter | facebook | deviantart

Ent Wife - Rachel Quinlan

Title: Ent Wife
Artist: Rachel Quinlan
Medium: ink, watercolor, gouache
Size: 9.25 inches x 11 inches

About the artist:
Rachel is a Michigan based fantasy artist and illustrator.
Her style is heavily influenced by illustrators from the Golden Age of Illustration.
She love fairy tales, folk tales, nature, and anything dark and weird. Her ultimate goal is to create art that is immersive and fantastic.

site | instagram | facebook | tumblr | twitter | etsy

In a Hole in the Ground There Lived a Hobbit - Mariya Prytula

Title: In a Hole in the Ground There Lived a Hobbit
Artist: Mariya Prytula
Medium: Watercolor
Size: 9″X12″

Elevensies - Mariya Prytula

Title: Elevensies
Artist: Mariya Prytula
Medium: Watercolor
Size: 9″X12″

About the artist:
Mariya started drawing at a young age and to the dismay of her parents, her very early drawings often included UFOs and rather anatomically correct people.Self-taught in art, she completed her degree in Biology with emphasis on medicine at Baylor University. Mariya currently lives in Austin, Texas with her husband and their velcro Border Collie, Lucky.

site | instagram | facebook | etsy | medium

Galadriel - Belinda Jane Morris

Title: Galadriel
Artist: Belinda Jane Morris
Medium: watercolour, with pastel and pencil on paper
Size: 9 x 12″ (22.86 x 30.48cm)

About the artist:
Belinda Morris is a freelance illustrator working in Fantasy and Children’s Book Illustration. She has been illustrating professionally since 2010, specializing in painting people and animals using watercolour, pencil, ink and gouache. Belinda currently lives in Melbourne, Australia and while not making art she works as a sales assistant at an art store encouraging others to be better artists.

site | instagram | tumblr | facebook

Breath of Death - Jayde Hilliard

Title: Breath of Death
Artist: Jayde Hilliard
Medium: Ink, Watercolor, Acrylics, and Gold Pigments on Arches 140 lb Watercolor Paper
Size: 8 inches x 12.75 inches

About the artist:
Jayde has been creating art since an early age. In 2010, she earned her Bachelor’s degree in Fine Art from UT Arlington. Her illustrative artwork is inspired by fashion, nature, pop culture, and human emotions, as well as folklore and old fairy tales.

twitter | instagram | facebook | tumblr

The Two Towers diptych - Melissa Gay

Title: The Two Towers – diptych
Artist: Melissa Gay
Medium: sumi (ground from stick) and acrylic on watercolor block
Size: Each piece approx. 4.5 x 12 inches (may be matted together or separately at buyer request)

About the artist:
Melissa Gay is a critically-acclaimed artist of speculative fiction book covers, roleplaying games, botany manuals, and even a tarot deck. Her character redesigns have been featured on io9 and tor.com, and her original paintings are in the hands of private collectors around the world. Whether depicting criminal masterminds, comic book heroes, deep space, eldritch horror, child mermaids or sentient bugs, she strives to inject diversity and a touch of dreamlike wonder into all her work.

site | twitter | instagram | facebook


  1. Comment by Stu:

    I really like the Larry MacDougall ones

  2. Comment by Urulöké:

    Me too! My favorites of this particular set, but the Two Towers diptych up there too.

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