There is a peculiarity of the composition of book covers. The artist has to leave a vertical strip down the middle with nothing in it for the writing on the spine, and large areas of nothing important on about half the right- for the Title and Author’s name, and at least something on the back for the blurb and bar code. This makes the compositions look unbalanced as simple paintings. I just thought I should explain that.
This is the cover of the Divine Thunderbolt by Jane Sibley
This is the cover of the Hammer of the Smith, by Jane Sibley.
This is the cover of Frey’s Saga by Lynn