Artist Marketplace

Check out what our artists create when not making memories at our nation's theme parks and zoos

Dino Casterline - illustrations

  • With an extraordinary mastery of pencil and brush, Dino Casterline has built a prolific portfolio of work combining his witty sense of humor with the visual arts. With a strong preference for watercolors, Dino works from his home studio in Orlando, Florida. 

Shelly Kaman - textiles

  • Shelly’s hand made accessories are stylish and functional. She has displayed and sold her work at craft shows and by word of mouth. Each piece is lovingly hand made and Shelly strives to create new and unique pieces.

    Your purchase is greatly appreciated!

 Ellen Yax - paintings

  • Hello, my name is Ellen Yax. I find inner peace while creating art. Bicycling on trails, and in parks, enjoying the beauty of nature. I want to share my experiences with others through my paintings. Ellen is a Michigan-based artist

Cathy Bi - paintings

  • Hello! My name is Cathy and I've been doing art since I was seven. It is my favorite hobby so I am glad to share it with everyone on here. My gifted medium is acrylic, but I offer more than just paintings. Most of my art is still life and realism. Hope you enjoy my art as much as I love doing it!  Cathy is based in Georgia.

Kathy Hogan - illustrations

  •  Watch as Kathy draws her bird/animal hybids HERE

Connie Ericson - paintings

  • As an artist I enjoy working with unconventional medias. This allows me to be inventive and freeform in my approach. After a life time of training my hand to create controlled and calculated illustrations, using these medias forces my mind to let go, and be more creative in mark makings with food, glue, stickers, make up etc. My work has been displayed in galleries in California. Currently working from my home town in San Antonio, Texas.

Hannah Camarato - illustrations

  • My name is Hannah Camarato, I was raised in southern Illinois and I create art from my new home in Orlando. I specialize in painting birds and other creatures in a cartoonish style, using watercolor, gouache, and colored pencil.