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Step into the enchanting realm of Wimmer's Woods, where we are dedicated to the creation and sharing of Enchanted Art through our captivating Enchanted Adventures! 

Our journey takes us into the great outdoors, where we immerse ourselves in the textures, spaces, colors, light, and fresh air that surround us. It is within this natural beauty that we find inspiration to bring forth the magical realms inhabited by fairies, gnomes, elves, and other mystical beings. We stumble upon tiny gnome homes, perfectly suited for their whimsical existence, and discover mushroom patches where fairies can peacefully slumber and dream. 

Together, we invite you to join us on this creative expedition, offering a glimpse into our imaginative minds and artful hearts. For an exclusive peek behind the scenes and access to bonus content, we invite you to visit us at Delve deeper into the wonders of Wimmer's Woods and become a part of our enchanting community at


We are always seeking adventures in the fresh outdoors. Waterfalls, forests, foliage, trails, flowers combined with the magical creatures that reside there! 


We are both traditional artists by heart. Mike is a prolific portrait painter and a lover of all painting and drawing media. Jime has rediscovered her love of line and traditional graphite.

career highlights

Clients include Disney, National Parks Dept, Oklahoma State Capitol, Harper Collins, Penguin Putnam, Simon and Schuster, Procter & Gamble, Celestial Seasons, Smuckers, Kimberly Clark, RJR Nabisco and more...


Mike Wimmer, a gifted artist, was born in Muskogee, OK. He embarked on his artistic journey by obtaining his BFA from the University of Oklahoma, where he had the privilege of studying under the tutelage of Don Punchatz at The Sketch Pad Studio in Arlington, TX. His passion for artistic growth led him to complete his MFA at the University of Hartford in Hartford, CT. Currently, Mike holds the esteemed position of Professor of Illustration at the Savannah College of Art and Design (SCAD) in Savannah, GA. Additionally, he served as the Distinguished Visiting Artist at the School of Visual Arts in the Petree College of Arts and Sciences at Oklahoma City University. 

Mike's artistic prowess has garnered widespread recognition, including being featured in an Emmy Award-winning production of the television series "Gallery" that airs on OETA. His artistic repertoire extends to creating artwork for renowned corporations such as Disney, Proctor and Gamble, RJR Nabisco, and Kimberly Clark. He has also had the privilege of painting portraits of esteemed individuals who occupy prominent positions in American society. Recently, Mike's artistry graced the packaging of Celestial Seasons Teas, and he has contributed his talent to crafting nearly 300 book covers for major publishers across the United States. 

Throughout his illustrious career, Mike's unwavering goal has remained constant: "The details help tell the story." This belief is not only evident in his captivating paintings but also in his approach to life as a devoted teacher, husband, and father. These aspirations are encapsulated in his personal motto: "Learn It, Live It, and Teach It." Mike's dedication to his craft and his commitment to sharing his knowledge and passion with others are the driving forces that continue to inspire his remarkable artistic journey. 

Mike's artistic talent has graced the pages of numerous children's books and book covers, leaving an indelible mark on the literary world. Notably, his illustrations for "Train Song" by Diane Siebert earned the book the distinction of being a 1991 NCSS/CBC Notable Children's Trade Book in the field of Social Studies. It was also recognized as a Redbook Best Book for 1990. 

Another notable collaboration led Mike to illustrate "Flight: The Journey of Charles Lindbergh" by Robert Burliegh, a publication by Putnam Philomel that garnered the prestigious Orbis Pictus Award for Outstanding Nonfiction for Children in 1990. 

Among his cherished works is "All the Places to Love" by Patricia MacLachlan, published by Harper Collins in 1994. This heartwarming book has captivated readers across generations and earned Mike the esteemed Oklahoma Book Award for Best Illustrated Children's Book in 1995. 

In 1997, Mike teamed up with Bob Burliegh once again to illustrate "Homerun: The Story of Babe Ruth," a publication by Harcourt Brace that earned its place on numerous state book award lists. 

Diving into the world of music, Mike's illustrations accompanied the publication of "Summertime" from "Porgy and Bess" by George and Ira Gershwin, with Dubose and Dorothy Hayward, published by Simon and Schuster in 1999. 

Further showcasing his versatility, Mike's artistic prowess extended to "Will Rogers," written by Governor Frank Keating, released in August of 2002. This remarkable collaboration received the esteemed 2003 Spur Award from the Western Writers Association of America, recognizing its excellence. 

In January of 2006, "Theodore," written by Frank Keating, was released, receiving high acclaim. The publication garnered a starred review in the March 2006 issue of School Library Journal, solidifying its exceptional quality. Additionally, "Theodore" received favorable reviews in Kirkus, with a review dated December 1, 2005, and in Publishers Weekly, which offered positive reviews in January 23, 2006. 

Continuing his artistic collaborations, Mike illustrated "Stealing Home," written by Robert Burliegh, published by Simon and Schuster in 2007. This book, exploring a compelling narrative, received two starred reviews from Publishers Weekly in December 2006 and the January 2007 Star Review. 

In 2008, Mike lent his artistic talent to "The Trial of Standing Bear," written by Frank Keating, and published by The Oklahoma Heritage Foundation. This collaboration was honored with the prestigious SPUR Award by the Western Writers of America in 2009, acknowledging its exceptional merit. 

Further expanding his repertoire, Mike illustrated "One Giant Leap," written by Bob Burleigh and published by Putnam Penguin Philomel Books for Young Readers in 2009. This insightful publication was recognized as a 2010 NSTA/CBC Outstanding Science Trade Book. 

In the realm of classic literature, Mike's artistic touch graced the pages of "Pilgrim's Progress," originally written by John Bunyan and reedited by C.J. Lovik. The publication was released by Crossway Publishing in 2009, preserving the timeless tale with evocative illustrations. 

In 2012, Mike proudly launched his new book "George," written by Frank Keating, on the momentous occasion of George Washington's 280th birthday celebration at Mt. Vernon on Presidents Day, February 20. The event was an incredible success, with Mike signing approximately 600 books throughout the weekend. "George" garnered significant acclaim and was named an Oklahoma Book Awards Finalist for 2013. Continuing their successful partnership, Mike and Governor Keating released another collaboration titled "Abraham" in 2017, followed by their most recent joint endeavor, "Hamilton." Both of these captivating publications were published by Simon and Schuster, further adding to their collective achievements.

Mike maintains his art studio in Savannah, GA and is available for Portrait and Illustration work: and 


Jime's upbringing in the serene countryside of Northeastern Pennsylvania shaped her deep connection with nature. Her childhood was adorned with expansive fields, lush forests, tranquil ponds, and crisp, fresh air. Surrounded by the rural landscape, she formed close bonds with a multitude of wild and domestic animals. Living on a secluded dirt road brought moments of solitude, but it also nurtured her vivid imagination. 

As a proud mother of two grown sons, Holden and Brodie, Jime's artistic journey took an unconventional path. While raising her children, she pursued her passion for art as an adult student, earning her MFA in Illustration from Hartford University and her BS in Art Education at Keystone College. Throughout her artistic endeavors, Jime also discovered her love for teaching art, which became an integral part of her life. 

After ten years of teaching high school students, Jime transitioned to the college level. She became an Assistant Professor of Art at the University of Central Oklahoma and currently holds a full-time professorship at the Savannah College of Art and Design since 2018. Her expertise lies in teaching a diverse range of subjects, including Drawing, Digital Drawing, Inventing Environments, Drawing for Storyboard, and Life Drawing. 

Now, Jime finds joy in joining forces with her husband Mike, embarking on creative adventures together at Wimmer's Woods. They both share a deep affection for art, rooted in enchanting stories, mythical tales, and magical quests. Nature, with its abundant inspiration, holds a special place in their hearts, and Wimmer's Woods serves as a platform to merge these passions harmoniously. 

While Jime's artistic pursuits have encompassed various mediums, she has wholeheartedly dedicated herself to the art of drawing. It is where her passion was ignited, where she finds solace and fulfillment. Making marks on paper, getting lost in the intricate details of line work, is where she feels utmost happiness. Jime's artistic expression revolves around the delicate, flowing lines she affectionately calls "Prettylines." She shares, "I've always been captivated by the graceful movement of lines on paper. As a daydreamer and a doodler, it is the organic nature of lines that stirs my soul. Curious lines, scratchy lines, implied lines, delicate lines, and what I call 'pretty-lines.' Through my work, I strive to bring clarity to the chaos, embracing both the simplicity and complexity that the power of lines holds. With every stroke, I feel my own emotional energy flowing through my fingers, establishing conscious and subconscious connections to my art." 

Jime's artistic journey is a testament to her unwavering passion for drawing and her unwavering dedication to capturing the essence of beauty through her "Prettylines."


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