Links
The following links will take you to the Websites of some of the most talented professional artists working.  
Links are presented in alphabetical order, arranged by last name of the artist.
Ronald Chironna
http://www.ronaldchironna.com
Ron is an incredible illustrator doing work in the editorial, childrens, mystery, portrait, and science fiction/fantasy artwork arenas, primarily in colored pencil and
pen & ink.  His clients include CBS, Dell Magazines, Del Rey Books, Houghton-Mifflin Company, Scholastic Company, Analog Magazine, and Asimov's Science
Fiction Magazine.  Ron has also created imagery for collectible card games, including
Deadlands: Doomtown and Magic: The Gathering.
Dave Gunson
http://www.davegunson.com
Dave has contributed, in whole or in part, to over 100 books and publications over the years. Illustration work for advertising and commercial work occupies
much of his time, but he's also produced many posters and wall-charts on a range of natural history subjects for a variety of clients, including the New Zealand
Geographic magazine, the New Zealand Department of Conservation, Reed Publishers and Destination Education of Australia.  Dave's provided illustrative work
for displays at museums, visitors' centers and marine reserves, and contributed illustrations for a wide range of publications, including The Natural World of New
Zealand, published by Penguin Books.  A major project--and, according to Dave, one of the most personally rewarding to do - was
Dave Gunson's New
Zealand Wildlife
, published by Penguin Books in 2004 and which was a finalist in the BPANZ Spectrum Design Print Awards.
Colleen Lambert
http://colleenlambertonline.com
Colleen creates memorable images that work. She paints in a realistic style and a variety of media. Colleen is a master of classical realism, creating original
masterpieces for residential and commercial clients. She has won awards for her art and commendations for her teaching skills, and has been twice featured as
cover artist for
Signature Art Magazine.  Her work is in many corporate and private collections.  Colleen has recently ventured into the publishing arena with a
line of greeting cards and posters.
John Nez
http://johnnez.com/
John has illustrated over 80 books, books of every conceivable sort.  He's now also writing and illustrating his own stories, including One Smart Cookie and My
Cherry Tree
.  John has also collaborated on many book projects with Mercer Mayer and Rosemary Wells as a ghost illustrator.  John's clients include Dutton
Children's Books, Ladybug Magazine, Hyperion, Putnam, Price Stern Sloan, Golden Books, Random House, Scholastic, Highlights for Children, Jim Henson
Associates, Mercer Mayer, Time-Life, Grosset & Dunlap, Seventeen Magazine and Sesame Street Magazine.
Diana Ponce
http://www.dianaponceart.com
Editorial illustration, advertising art, artwork for products within the licensing arena--Diana does it all, and does it much better than most.  Diana is best known for
her sophisticated female characters. Her artwork maintains a stylish theme throughout, focusing on sexy, glamorous ladies and their lifestyles.  Clients include
Shecky's Media, Quick & Simple Magazine, L'Oréal, TRESemmé, Publicis-USA, Star Magazine, The Corcoran Group and Strong Brands.
Nancy Hayes
http://www.backyard-beauties.com Nancy is an artist with an entrepreneurial spirit, combining her artistic talents with effective business acumen to establish an
entity to create, produce and market a line of handmade all-occasion greeting cards that contain real flower seeds.  Nancy's products are sold through various
retail outlets as well as her online store.