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Artists We Heart Ed. 14: Meet 11 New iCanvas Creators

More art means it’s easier than ever to discover art you love! Whether you want to add imagination or a conversation piece to your space, connecting new artists with art appreciators like you is one of the best parts of welcoming more creators to iCanvas’ creative community.

From impressionist still lifes to motivational typography, get to know the work of 11 new iCanvas artists.

  1. Kim Douglas Wiggins
  2. CountessArt
  3. Sarah Richter
  4. Doodle By Meg
  5. FisherCraft
  6. Kelley Parker
  7. Corentin de Penanster
  8. Jumbie
  9. Anna Rogacheva
  10. Liz Frankland
  11. Amy Diener

Keep scrolling to get to know the newest artists we’re proud to partner with. You might just discover some new art that can move you, spark conversation, or help tie a room together.

Kim Douglas Wiggins

Celebrating the animals, colors and landscapes of the American southwest, Kim Douglas Williams pays homage to his upbringing in New Mexico. “My father always told me, ‘Paint what you know.’ I paint my people, my land, my history and my heritage.” His vibrant depictions add a western feel that extends to cityscapes and architecture, making his work perfect for adding color and dimension to your space.

Click here to see more of Kim Douglas Williams’ art on iCanvas.


Blending warm colors with textured brushstrokes, CountessArt creates impressionist paintings of soft still lifes and scenes. Passionate about landscapes, seascapes and florals, her work gives off a delicate balance. The results are perfect pieces for tying a space together or brightening a room.

Click here to see more of CountessArt’s art on iCanvas.

Sarah Richter

“I could spend days drawing and creating my own worlds.” With a penchant for dark beauty and melancholy, Sarah Richter creates digital art of mythological beings. From magical creatures to fantastical scenes, her work has the power to add an eloquent macabre to your walls.

Click here to see more of Sarah Richter’s art on iCanvas.

Doodle By Meg

As a lover of all things bright and bubbly, Doodle By Meg creates digital art bursting with life and love. Her work often includes messages of self-care complemented by vibrant colors. This sense of innate optimism radiates off the canvas to spread good vibes everywhere.

Click here to see more of Doodle By Meg’s art on iCanvas.


Referring to his work as “new art with an old style,” FisherCraft creates digital art with a vintage feel. Using muted colors, subtle detail and elements of text, he creates pop art with a familiar feel. From your favorite films and famous faces to your most beloved books, FisherCraft likely has a print for you.

Click here to see more of FisherCraft’s art on iCanvas.

Kelley Parker

Capturing the unspoken beauty of the wild, Kelley Parker creates digitally enhanced nature photography. From wildlife art accentuated by light to quiet moments of natural solitude, her dreamy creations provide an effortless way to add stillness and serenity to any space.

Click here to see more of Kelley Parker’s art on iCanvas.

Corentin de Penanster

Corentin de Penanster is a master of collage work. Celebrating fashion, travel and the human condition, he layers multiple themes, patterns and colors at once. The result are bold creations rich with energy and style and open to limitless interpretations.

Click here to see more of Corentin de Penanster’s art on iCanvas.


Radiating technicolor tones and symbolism, Jumbie’s digital artwork gives off a mesmerizing feel. From pop culture icons surrounded by psychedelic patterns to animals exuding deep wisdom, their work has the power to add trippy vibes and an overarching sense of spirituality to your space.

Click here to see more of Jumbie’s art on iCanvas.

Anna Rogacheva

No stranger to fashion magazines, Anna Rogacheva creates illustrations capturing the essence of hip lifestyles. From style to travel, she uses bright compositions to put a colorful spin on her fashion illustrations. Whether you want tropical vibes or festive holiday vibes, Anna likely has a print for you.

Click here to see more of Anna Rogacheva’s art on iCanvas.

Liz Frankland

A lover of mid-century design, Liz Frankland paints realistic scenes that might spark some nostalgia. Capturing the details from fan favorite shows, she creates recognizable living spaces from classic TV. From The Brady Bunch to Frasier, her work is a subtle way to celebrate pop culture with a bit of class.

Click here to see more of Liz Frankland’s art on iCanvas.

Amy Diener

Crediting her work as a way to reach a “state of liminality,” Amy Diener paints dotted abstracts, portraits and more. Her blend of geometry, symmetry and monochromatic hues both attracts the eye and engages the mind. As a result, her work can add energy to your walls while creating a creative and calming atmosphere.

Click here to see more of Amy Diener’s art on iCanvas.

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