Amari Mitnaul is an interdisciplinary artist that looks to the world of fiction, seeking narrative inspiration and then translates these stories into visual works of art. Amari is enraptured by the work of 20th century illustration, from Rene Grau to Norman Rockwell. She is drawn to the way these illustrators can communicate so much information and emotion in a single image (say this in your own words). Amari’s own work interweaves narratives about womanhood, the inner life, and the unexplored world. She is currently working as a freelance illustrator and has contributed to the latest edition of Goodnight Stories for Rebel Girls.