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Jasmine Becket-Griffith

Jasmine Becket-Griffith (Aka Strangeling or mis-spelled as Jasmine Beckett-Griffith) is an artist living in beautiful Celebration, Florida. Jasmine has made a career selling her original Fairy, Gothic, and Fantasy artwork since the late 1990s! Jasmine has grown weary of the mundane world, and is trying to slowly create her own magical world through her fantasy artwork. She believes that with each piece of art she can get out of her system, onto paper, and into others homes, she has done her part to make this place a more magical planet.

Jasmine's artwork is featured in countless lines of merchandise being sold in thousands of retail stores across the United States and the world, in places like Hot Topic, Torrid , Target, SuperTarget, Hastings, Busch Gardens, Disneyland Paris, the Bradford Exchange and the Hamilton Collection!

View more of Jasmine's artworks at her official website-

Amy Brown

Amy started painting Faeries in 1992. After selling prints and originals at street fairs and in local shops for a few years, Amy opened a website and began selling her work online worldwide. A little more than seventeen years later, over 1300 paintings completed, and a history of licensed products longer than she can count, Amy is still trailing behind helplessly as the Faeries drag her on in a seemingly endless rampage.

Amy's goal in her work has always been to capture a moment and offer that moment to the viewer to weave his or her own story. She wants each piece to whisper, taunt and tickle a reaction out of you.

See more about Amy and her work at her website 


Joseph Corsentino

Joseph Corsentino is a storyteller at heart who chooses photography as his medium. He took his passion for Science Fiction and Fantasy to Los Angeles where he began Time of the Faeries, an epic retelling of the faerie mythology. His stunning, ethereal, and realistic faeries, angels, and vampires can be seen in private collections and magazines all over the world. His first book, published by Imaginosis Publishing, is a prologue into the Time of the Faeries universe.
See more about Joseph and his work at his website


Margaret Dean

Born in 1965 in Australia, photography and mythology have been lifelong passions for Margaret Dean, but it wasn’t until the advent of Photoshop that she was able to unite them both.

As a self-taught photographer and Photoshop user, her earlier works involved photographing her models on location and using computer editing to add wings - a technique which was inevitably frustrating, since it was bound by reality. Now her work has progressed to total environment creation, using photo compositing techniques that give her the freedom to faithfully express her visions.

“Even though my landscapes now are total fabrications, it is important to me that they maintain a level of realism. Without it, you lose credibility. I want people to look at my images and believe that they could be real. The highest compliment I can be paid is when someone looks at my images and says they want to go there.”

Heavily entranced by the black and white photography of a bygone era, she also possesses a large collection of fairy tales from around the world. “I love anything that transports me far away from the realities of this world. I faithfully read Pride and Prejudice once a year, I giggle out loud to Terry Pratchett’s Discworld books. I escape whenever I can into World of Warcraft. I love the tragic yet poetic imagery of Dorothea Lange's Dustbowl photographs. I love staring into the faces in old photographs and wondering what became of those people. I love long road trips through empty landscapes. I wish I could time-travel to an age when people still believed in fairies. I hope I never grow up.”

Margaret has retired herself from the internet spotlight and has no personal website. If you wish to contact Margaret, please email the Fairies and Fantasy staff and we will forward your comments to her.

Selina Fenech

Born in 1981 to Australian and Maltese parents, Selina lives in Australia with her husband, baby daughter, unnamed cat, and a lorikeet who’s far too clever. During her life Selina has found ancient Roman treasure, survived cancer, had knights joust at her wedding, earned a living from her art, written novels and eaten every bizarre and wonderful food put in front of her.

Selina is the owner and director of the Fairies and Fantasy company, and the business runs out of her own artists studio! You'll often find Selina answering your emails for customer support, and please feel free to request any of Selina's products on this site to be signed- she's always happy to pop out to the studio to personalise your order!

See more about Selina and her work at her website

Jessica Galbreth

Contemporary American artist Jessica Galbreth began her career in 1999 with a modest web site after attending the University of Toledo's Fine Arts program with a focus on drawing and painting. Over the years, Jessica's fantasy art, named the Enchanted Art Collection, became well known throughout the world. Her work was translated into hundreds of different products from greeting cards to collectible resin figurines, and everything in between, and was sold in specialty gift shops and retail chains such as Walmart and Hot Topic. 

In 2010, Jessica experienced a shift in her personal faith. After becoming a Christian and trusting Jesus Christ as her Lord and Saviour, Jessica turned a page in her career and started what is now known as the Vintage Angel Collection, seeking to use her artistic gift to give glory to God's kingdom. Jessica retired her Enchanted Art Collection, feeling that it no longer represented who she was. She now creates exclusively for her Vintage Angel line which is comprised of angelic images celebrating light, hope, faith and love. Jessica understands that angels transcend religious barriers with a common sense of peace and wonder, and hopes that her work will touch others from many walks of life. Jessica's intention with her new art is to recreate and share the feelings of peace, forgiveness and joy that she's experienced after inviting the Lord into her life.

See more of Jessica's art or get in touch with her at

Stephanie Pui-Mun Law

Stephanie Pui-Mun Law has been painting fantastic otherworlds from early childhood, though her art career did not begin until 1998 when she graduated from a program of Computer Science. After three years of programming for a software company by day and rushing home to paint into the midnight hours, she left the world of typed logic and numbers, for painted worlds of dreams and the fae.

Her illustrations have been for various game and publishing clients, including Wizards of the Coast, HarperCollins, LUNA Books, Tachyon Books, Alderac Entertainment, and Green Ronin. She has authored and illustrated Dreamscapes (2008, North Light Books) and a followup Dreamscapes: Myth & Magic (2010, North Light Books), a series on watercolor technique for fantasy. Her work also regularly appears in Realms of Fantasy Magazine.

In addition to the commissioned projects, she has spent a great deal of time working up a personal body of work whose inspiration stems from mythology, legend, and folklore. She has also been greatly influenced by the art of the Impressionists, Pre-Raphaelites, Surrealists, and the master hand of Nature. Swirling echoes of sinuous oak branches, watermarked leaf stains, the endless palette of the skies are her signature. Her background of over a decade as a flamenco dancer is also evident in the movement and composition of her paintings. Every aspect of her paintings moves in a choreographed flow, and the dancers are not only those with human limbs. What Stephanie tries to convey with her art is not simply fantasy, but the fantastic, the sense of wonder, that which is sacred.

See more about Stephanie and her art at her website


Digital Download - Tubes - Waiting by Selina Fenech Art Print - Les Vampires: Les Cranes by Jasmine Becket-Griffith Digital Download - Tubes - Impossible Love by Selina Fenech Greeting Card - Forgiveness by Jessica Galbreth