Emily Winfield MartinEmily Winfield Martin is an American artist and author-illustrator of children's books. She lives in Portland, Oregon.
After graduating from art school in 2005, Martin began selling her visual art through the online store Etsy, thereafter achieving acclaim in the New York Times, on CNN, and on The Martha Stewart Show as one of Etsy's original and most enduring success stories. Eventually Martin parlayed these successes into a career in professional book publication.
Martin has written and illustrated seven children’s books: an enigmatic book of story fragments & illustrations called ''The Imaginaries'', middle grade fairy tale retelling ''Snow & Rose'', picture books ''The Wonderful Things You Will Be'', ''Dream Animals: A Bedtime Journey'', ''Day Dreamers: A Journey of Imagination'', and ''The Littlest Family's Big Day''. A series of vignettes, ''Oddfellow's Orphanage'', which she also wrote and illustrated, was described by ''Publishers Weekly'' as a "poignant and gently humorous debut […] set in an unusual orphanage." She also produced a popular crafts book, ''The Black Apple's Paper Doll Primer: Activities and Amusements for the Curious Paper Artist''. Provided by Wikipedia
Shaking things up : 14 young women who changed the world / by Susan Hood ; illustrated by Selina Alko, Sophie Blackall, Lisa Brown, Hadley Hooper, Emily Winfield Martin, Oge Mora,...
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