Chesley Awards 2003


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2004 <— Chesley Awards —> 2002
Where and When: TorCon 3, Toronto, Canada : August 29, 2003
Eligibility Year: 2002
Cover Illustration, Hardcover
Cover Illustration, Paperback
  • Winner: Tristan Elwell for Briar Rose by Jane Yolen (Tor/Starscape)
  • James Gurney for Dinotopia: Dolphin Watch by John Vornholt (Random House)
  • Tom Canty for The Fall of the Kings by Ellen Kushner & Delia Sherman (Bantam Spectra)
  • Matt Stawicki for Restoration by Carol Berg (Roc)
  • Don Maitz for Stealing the Elf King's Roses by Diane Duane (Warner)
Cover Illustration, Magazine
Interior Illustration
  • Winner: Scott Gustafson for Classic Fairy Tales by Scott Gustafson (Greenwich Workshop/Hallmark)
  • William Stout for Abu & the Seven Marvels by Richard Matheson (Gauntlet Press/Edge Books)
  • Bob Eggleton for Dragonhenge by John Grant & Bob Eggleton (Paper Tiger)
  • Kinuko Y. Craft for Sleeping Beauty by Mahlon F. Craft (Sea Star Books)
  • Bernie Wrightson for Stuff Out'a My Head by Joseph M. Monks & Bernie Wrightson (Chanting Monks)
Color Work, Unpublished
Monochrome Work, Unpublished
Three-dimensional
Art Director
Gaming Related Illustration
  • Winner: “Spider Queen”, Todd Lockwood (Forgotten Realms supplement "City of the Spider Queen", WotC)
  • “Darkness and Light”, William Hammock (Vigilance expansion, "Darkness and Light", Vigilance Press)
  • “Mirari's Wake”, David Martin (card art for Magic: Judgment expansion deck, WotC, '02)
Product Illustration
  • Winner: “The Light Ship”, Dean Morrissey (fine art print for The Greenwich Workshop, April '02)
  • “The Court Painter”, Michael Parkes (stone lithograph for Swan King Editions, October '02)
  • “Garden Rendezvous”, James C. Christensen (fine art print for The Greenwich Workshop, June '02)
  • “Happily Ever After”, Scott Gustafson (fine art print for The Greenwich Workshop, November '02)
  • “New Age of Mythology Trio”, David Cherry (Poster for iGames advertising, Microsoft/Ensemble Studios)
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