Ginny Joyner began her career as an artist at a very early age, decorating her parents’ furniture and walls with her lively crayon drawings. She was told that paper was a more acceptable surface on which to create pictures, and has been pleased to find that people like what she does.
She graduated in 1986 from the Rhode Island School of Design, and has been working as a freelance illustrator in Vermont for 12 years. She works primarily in watercolor, pen and ink, and scratchboard, but has been known to paint an occasional wall or piece of furniture.
She lives in Colchester, Vermont, with her amazing daughter Lucie; cats Bear, Willow and Mulan; and their Siamese fighting fish.