Website of "one of the top 'entertainment illustrators' of the past decade". Includes an incredible Star Wars gallery as well as many others.
Joe Corroney is a fantastic artist, renowned for his works for many published rpgs, including Star Wars, Star Trek, White Wolf, and MIB, as well as works for comic books and trading card games. Joe also has a weekly update in which he shares tutorials, interviews, and frequently asked questions with his fans about his work for Star Wars, as well as the gaming and comic book industry.
A long time friend and member of SWAG, Jeff Carlisle's Star Wars art is highly regarded, and widely spread through out many professional Star Wars RPG materials. Jeff's work extends well beyond just Star Wars. His works have appeared in such places as Star Wars Gamer, Dungeon, Dragon, Shackled City, Mutants and Masterminds, Polyhedron, and much much more.
James A. Cukr
James A. Cukr (pronounced SOO-ker) is known best for his science fiction paintings, including quite a few pieces that he did for Star Wars Insider magazine. He has a wide variety of images in his gallery available for viewing on his website, and also has original pieces for sale.
Billed as the world's largest site for sci-fi/fantasy art, the site is a massive archive of art.
Doug Chiang Studio
Doug Chiang was Design Director for Episodes I and II. In addition, his site contains beautiful artwork and a handful of tips for other artists.
Winner of the 2002 Peoples Voice Webby Award for the Net Art category, this site provides "a central location for graphical artists to display their creations for feedback and exposure."
Known for some of the best sci-fi comic covers of the past decade, Dave Dorman is particularly noted for his Star Wars art.
One of the most well-known fantasy artists out there, Brom has been involved with paintings for everything from novels to RPGs to movies.