M: Ramel Hill is [the husband of the infamous greenbaby] an artist and dad from Milwaukee, WI. He works primarily in water color and inks. When he is not chasing his kids around or cracking heads in halo, he enjoys spending time sketching and painting.
N: Shahab Zargari writes words and music sporadically, He runs GC Records with his wife Heela, and they both have a hand in raising their daughters, Mahtab and Arezu.
O: Eric Hancock in an illustrator who is currently in development on a series of completely unrelated children's books for adults. Working with traditionally drawn images, he sometimes dabbles in the digital medium usually creating mixed media pieces in the end. Most are figurative with animals and creatures of all kinds incorporating magical realistic themes. Some would call his work playful and he agrees.
P: Dawbis is a self-taught artist who enjoys making tiny works of art from all the paper she finds in the world. She loves to eat sweets and dream of becoming an environmental scientist. If you wish to say hello, please visit her site.
Q: Ramel Hill is [the husband of the infamous greenbaby] an artist and dad from milwaukee, WI. He works primarily in water color and inks. When he is not chasing his kids around or cracking heads in halo, he enjoys spending time sketching and painting.
R: Tim Haugen is an artis who works mainly with felt. His passion for the arts include illustration, sculpture and graphic design which he combines into his online business making vintage toys. All of His soft toys are made from his original patterns. He enjoys designing paper toys as well. During his spare time, he likes taking walks and going to craft shows.
S: Daniel Kyle is an artist by trade with the assumtion that it might go somewhere someday! A friend once told him that "to be true you must paint 1000 bad paintings and you will enlighten yourself with ability!" This is Dan's goal. He recently began his own business in Milwaukee WI and is having lots of fun learning every aspect of the never ending challenges.
T: Nina Domena is a collector of many things. From vintage dolls to modern action figures, old toys and new, she finds beauty from all eras. She can find the most amazing and unique things on her weekly excursions to thrift stores and rummage sales. Her house is filled with games, toys, figurines, antique household goods, and beautiful advertising prints. Like a museum, her house is full of wonder and organization.
U: Scott Neff has been a stay-at-home dad since his son Cameron arrived nearly two years ago. After leaving the corporate world behind, Scott now prefers working for the little ‘man’ and making art when time allows. He is primarily a collage artists working in various mediums.
V: Dawbis is a self-taught artist who enjoys making tiny works of art from all the paper she finds in the world. She loves to eat sweets and dream of becoming an environmental scientist. If you wish to say hello, please visit her site.
W: Diane Duda is a self-taught artist who enjoys making pretty little pieces of art and sharing them with others. She has a wonderful, supportive husband and three, rapidly growing boys. Thus, her art is a way of getting some girly-ness into her life. She successfully sells her work in many places including ebay, etsy, and zazzle.
X: Ellia Hill is a cut paper illustrator who works in the wee hours of the night when the world sleeps. She collects oodles of paper to create whimsical and happy illustrations to share with others. She maintains a rambling blog filled with an array of topics including superheroes,dvds, video games, family life, vintage goodness, and of course, art. She lives in Milwaukee, Wisconsin with her talented husband Ramel and two loving kids, Diego and Isabella. They make up her greenbean world
Y: Matt Hill is a often called a modern ‘renaissance man’, with pursuits ranging from photography to music, 2D art to stop-motion, Web to print, film to writing and more. His current passion is making surreal Cut Paper art. What looks simple on the surface often becomes complex upon inspection. Shapes become figure and ideas. Groups become emotionally charged explorations of life.
Z: [i did this one too... don't think you need another bio from me, eh?!]
feel free to check out the flickr group dedicated to this project for a list of participants' and their flickr pages... the links above go to their websites... thank you all!!!