An artist’s imagination, when truly unleashed, can rival none other. Rebecca Kemp has demonstrated this in her collection of fantasy art. The artist’s inspiration comes from many muses, including childhood fables, mythological creatures and much more. The fantasy art also combines elements of wildlife art to create a stunning piece that is unlike anything that you have seen before.
Welcome to my fantasy art gallery. Here you will find subjects ranging from assassins and wizards, to anthropomorphic – or “furry art”. I also paint mythological subjects, especially Egyptian mythology. All the artwork has titles and descriptions below each piece so you can learn about my inspiration for each one.
I primarily work in acrylic paints and digital media. Most of my work is available as a print and sometimes other gifts. I do have a few original paintings for sale as well. Please contact me if you are interested in a piece and I will give you a quote. Occasionally I am available for commissions. Please send me a note and I will let you know if I am available.
ChronomancyThis 24x26 acrylic painting features a "time-wizard" known as a Chronomancer. In his open palm, there is a 3D printed brass gear. The gear will corrode over time, thus showing a literal embodiment of "chronomancy". The process can begin all over again by polishing the gear. I chose to do a 3D print of the gear because I believe 3D printing is the future. Prints available Original available Gifts available 3D printed gear by MBDdesign
Makin' the RoundsThis kitty is quite at home in her Rainforest. Constantly on the prowl in search of...what? Food? A Mate? Only the forest knows what goes on in that savage mind. Prints available Gifts available
The Fox and the CheeseThe Fox and the Cheese is based on an Aesop's Fable, The Fox and the Crow. A crow has a piece of cheese in her beak when a hungry fox passes by. He asks for a bite of the cheese, but the crow refuses. Then, slyly, he asks if she could sing for him instead because he tells her what a beautiful sing voice she has. Flattered, the crow croaks out a note, dropping the cheese. The fox snatches it up and runs off with it. Moral: Flattery will get you everywhere. In this painting, I upgraded the cheese to a gem and anthropomorphasized the fox. Prints available Gifts available
The Second ComingThis painting is based on an Egyptian myth. The original myth goes that a lioness-headed goddess, Sekhmet, was sent by Ra to punish mankind for their sins. Sekhmet enjoyed this task a little too much and would have destroyed the world if not for Ra's clever intervention. He transformed all the blood that she spilled into wine. When she went to consume the blood, she got drunk and fell asleep, just short of total destruction. Prints available Original available Gifts available
The AssassinMy inspiration came from some of the artwork I've always enjoyed from the Dungeons and Dragons painted illustrations. All the other aspects of the picture are from my imagination. Prints available Gifts available
The Five AnimalsThe Animals represent certain styles of karate. They are as follows: Dragon with yin yang symbol - Spirit Snake (Cobra) - Speed Leopard (Chinese Leopard) - Stealth Crane - Grace Tiger - Strength
Ya Otter RelaxThis piece was originally done for a contest for Perrier spring water for their new labels. I like to joke with people and say "You have no idea how hard it was to get him to pose for me like that!" Prints available Gifts available
NefrisThis is Nefris, a mummy character of mine who's lover (deceased) was a priest of Anubis. The style is art deco, inspired by Erté - a famous illustrator from the 1920's. Prints available Gifts available