Ellen Beier started drawing as a small child at the side of her artist grandmother. Ellen says, “We’d take the train from her Brooklyn house to Coney Island Beach, to sketch the sleeping sunbathers. 3,368 more words
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David Bucs began his art career peddling staple and tape bound graphic novels to his neighbors when he was five years old. His interest in creating original character designs continued all the way to University, where he studied illustration at the prestigious Rhode Island School of Design. 2,014 more words
Diana Ting Delosh is an illustrator, hand letterer and writer. She creates whimsical and elegant art, independently and by assignment. Diana contracted the art bug at the age of 2 when she consumed her first box of crayons. 1,696 more words
Wallace West is a writer/illustrator who has studied with The School of Visual Arts in New York City and Parsons School of Design in Paris and am a member of the Society of Children’s Book Writers and Illustrators (SCBWI) and The Children’s Book Illustrators Group (CBIG). 2,394 more words
Patricia Keeler lives across the Hudson River from New York City in Hoboken, NJ, with her husband, photographer Francis X. McCall. Ms. Keeler received an undergraduate degree from Virginia Polytechnical and State University and a master’s degree from Virginia Commonwealth University. 2,583 more words
Jeanne Balsam is the winner of Mike Ciccotello’s original art doodle coffee cup – “Gus and Oliver”.
Mike Ciccotello attended my workshop at the NJSCBWI in June. 2,618 more words