BookCrossing Label Artists

Marygrace Antkowski

Marygrace Antkowski has had a full range of experiences in art and design. She has worked as an interior designer, illustrated children’s books, photographed newborns, studied botanical drawing and painting, designed and executed public art projects, and designed and managed projects for publications. In addition she has done portrait and architectural renderings and received certification in Web design.

Marygrace has been married to her best friend, Michael, for 30 years and they are the proud parents of Mauren, Juls a... view »


Ann Dominic

Artist Ann Dominic works as a freelance illustrator and designer. One of her more cherished commissions has been to volunteer for a nonprofit organization called POPISEED which helped underprivileged women in the arts and crafts industry in Bangalore, India. She illustrated their logo, designed their posters, tags and other merchandising material. She also enjoys working and interacting with children and finds that their sense of wonder informs her work in positive ways. While she also conducts art workshops, her time spent a... view »


Cindy McLean

Cindy McLean grew up in Victoria, Canada in a house full of creativity and outlets for artistic expression. She has traveled extensively throughout the U.S. and Canada and has a special affinity for the northwest. She has settled on altered art as an artistic outlet and recently received her board certification as a Holistic Health Practitioner. She currently resides in Georgia.

Creating altered books with which to jot down her thoughts, studies and art is a wonderful way to stretch her creativity. Reading is a passion ... view »


Aime Sacrez

Aime Sacrez began his art studies informally as a caricaturist at the age of 11 in Townsville, Australia. Around this same time, he worked with poet Susan Macauley, illustrating her books.

At age 17 he moved to Florence, Italy to study classical sculpture, drawing and painting at the Charles H. Cecil Studio. He travelled extensively in Europe, and in London he worked as a portrait painter. His studies continued in Florence, returning to Australia in 2001 to paint in the southern Australian bush. In 2002, he moved to Que... view »


Christine Oster
Christine Oster has been creating in one form or another since she began making mud pies and later baking cakes and sewing as a child in Columbus, OH. She studied silversmithing in the 70s under Reino Martin at the DeCordova Museum School in Lincoln, MA. She later tried to be a watercolor artist; however, her love of three-dimensional work enticed her to add bits of beautiful papers, sparkles, and found objects to her watercolors, transforming them into collages. She is currently studying hand-built and wheel-thrown pottery constr... view »


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