For Jeremiah Morelli, a teacher from Bavaria, Germany, digital painting is mainly a hobby that has grown over the years. It is a way for him, he says, “to relax and unwind.”
Since 2007, Jeremiah has been creating absolutely magical art with the help of a graphics tablet and Photoshop. We see in his portfolio enchanted woods, haunted mansions. Crows on leafless trees, crazy black cats, monsters in the bedroom, conjurers, alchemists, lonely and perhaps misunderstood kids – the fundamental ingredients of fantastical children’s literature that we have encountered innumerable times and of which many of us will simply never tire. Jeremiah’s digital paintings are masterfully sketched and coloured, and suggestive of both innocence and adventure.
You can connect with Jeremiah on his website (www.morjers-art.de), DeviantArt account (jerry8448.deviantart.com), Facebook page (www.facebook.com/MorJersArt) and Useum profile (useum.org/artist/Jeremiah-Morelli).
Images used with permission.