Self-taught Alabama fantasy artist Blonde Blythe holds a B.A. degree from Jacksonville State University in Alabama. Her artist name was inspired by her first painting sold on eBay, that of a blonde Blythe doll. Shortly thereafter, her Blythe doll art was featured in the national publication, Barbie Bazaar magazine, in the article, "Blythe: American Gothic."
Blonde Blythe was inspired by big eye art early on, when she saw her first Betty Boop cartoons. Later on, she became inspired by the sad-eyed works of Keane, Gig, Maio, & Eden.
Blonde Blythe is the author of a book, titled Big Eye Art: Resurrected and Transfomed, which is available for purchase on Amazon.com. Interested in purchasing products with my art (art prints, coffee mugs, phone cases, magnets, stickers, tote bags, puzzles, cards, fabric, accent pillows, and more!)?
Past Clients: United States, Europe.