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Joseph Daniel Fiedler was born and raised in Western Pennsylvania. His work has appeared in numerous publications and exhibitions. He has illustrated children’s books, received a Silver Medal from the Society of Illustrators, and has also been recognized by Graphis, Print, Communication Arts, American Illustratio… Read More
Joseph Daniel Fiedler was born and raised in Western Pennsylvania. His work has appeared in numerous publications and exhibitions. He has illustrated children’s books, received a Silver Medal from the Society of Illustrators, and has also been recognized by Graphis, Print, Communication Arts, American Illustration, the Society of Publication Designers, The Spectrum International Annual of Fantastic Art, Taschen Publishing and the Broadcasting Design Association, among others. In addition to having a career in Illustration, Joseph has exhibited his paintings in over 75 exhibitions in this country as well as in Japan and Germany. Joseph has taught illustration both at Carnegie Mellon University and at The College for Creative Studies and has lived in Pennsylvania, Tokyo, New Mexico, Michigan and California. For more portfolios, information and blog visit: Drawger

Joseph Daniel Fiedler's rich, tactile brushstrokes make you want to sneak up close and touch the canvas. Although the illustrations initially feel very direct, layers of meaning stir viewers to absorb the work, making emotional connections that feel personal, unique and sometimes unexpected. Rough sketches and iconography both real and imagined make appearances, enhancing the whole with their contributions. His work has appeared in numerous national and international publications, advertising, corporate and book publishing. He has illustrated three children's books, received a Silver Medal from the Society of Illustrators, and has been recognized by Graphis, Print, Communication Arts, American Illustration, the Society of Publication Designers, The Spectrum International Annual of Fantastic Art and the Broadcasting Design Association, among others. Read Less
Since graduating from art school I have made my living as an artist-illustrator-
educator. My work has appeared in numerous publications and has
been recognized through many professional awards. My paintings have been
shown in more than 75 gallery and museum exhibitions, and are in several
private collections. As … Read More
Since graduating from art school I have made my living as an artist-illustrator-
educator. My work has appeared in numerous publications and has
been recognized through many professional awards. My paintings have been
shown in more than 75 gallery and museum exhibitions, and are in several
private collections. As an educator I have taught and lectured at colleges,
universities, conferences and art centers, as well as at the Hallmark World
Headquarters in Kansas City, Missouri.

Diverse cultures and environments have informed my paintings and
illustrations. Passionate about my work, I am dedicated to the history and
foundations of drawing and painting. I have mastered all forms of editorial,
conceptual and book illustration and narrative painting - a veritable
digital/analog mash up – but I continue to explore new techniques.
Over the past few years, along with making personal work and maintaining
my illustration practice, I have also developed a national and international
network of artists and illustrators through social media and my blog. Today
my postings are read widely from Little Rock to Tehran.

I began teaching painting and illustration while a student at Carnegie Mellon
University, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, and continued for seven years following
graduation. I have always loved teaching and believe it is a special privilege.
I stay in touch with former students from Carnegie Mellon and the College for
Creative Studies, in Detroit, Michigan, where I also taught for three years. It
gives me great satisfaction to mentor students and emerging artists, to hear
their stories and share their successes.

As an educator, I have always supported a broadminded but flexible and
personalized approach to working with illustration students. An eclectic
university background has provided me with a more holistic path, which has
enabled me to respond to the enormous osmosis and morphing that has
occurred in the illustration profession over the past 15 years. My multicultural
experience, having lived in Japan, New Mexico, Michigan (Detroit)
and California, has also helped in my ability to easily assimilate with new and
diverse students.

Because the illustration profession is in a constant state of flux I believe it is
difficult to sustain a singular approach to instruction. Because I have a foot in
both camps, as it were, Fine Art and Illustration, I have the ability to cover
several bases and not lose sight of the goal. I have also been a practicing
graphic designer, which adds another layer to the mix.

As to my philosophy, I believe that no matter which design discipline one
chooses, there is really just one basic approach to process involved in all of
them. In essence, what we are dealing with when we talk about illustration
and design is Public Art. Not only Visual Art but Publishing too, in all its
forms, inherently evokes a “public.” Art commissioned for public use,
implicitly suggests that more than just one person will be involved in the
process. Therefore a certain amount of clarity is important and mainly
because many in the chain may not be “visual” people.

I also believe that drawing can uncover aspects of problem solving that may
not be apparent just by thinking about it. The mind can only enter so far into
the realm of the visual. Some ideas may sound great but look boring,
whereas an idea that may not sound great might look stunning. It is up to
the student, through drawing, to unleash the fulfillment of the mind’s lack of
scope via actual, physical drawing. Once a student has generated some
drawings, her/his mental picture will expand exponentially. Simply stated,
drawing is the most basic skill that a designer can employ to explore ideas
that are visual in nature.

ILLUSTRATION VOICE by Anne Telford


Joseph Daniel Fiedler, or Scaryjoey as many know him, fills sketchbooks with paintings of lettuce leaves and trees, salamanders and turtles. He is a keen observer of the animals that thrive in the woods surrounding the rural home in Northern California he calls Pinewoods Studio, including the silver foxes that live in the forest behind. From a lowly mud puppy to a grizzly with a sore tooth, Fiedler captures the spirit of the animal with respect and affectionate humor.

On Facebook, he posts photos of bear scat found near his home, and discusses storms and animal sightings with great joy and interest. Nature surrounds him and he delights in its vagaries and surprises. He has lived for long stretches in isolated places where there is not much distraction from the nature that envelops them, such as Taos, NM, of which he wrote on his blog, “It was my very own world filled with blue skies, blue tailed skinks, Mountain Bluebirds, Lazuli Buntings, Taos Blue [I even knew a guy named Blue!], Kiva Fireplaces, awesome red or green chile sauces and Piñon smoke.”

Fiedler was born and raised in Pennsylvania and he has lived in Tokyo, New Mexico, Michigan and California. Since 1973 he has made his living as an artist-illustrator-educator.

He fuses his philosophy and love of nature into editorial illustrations for clients including the Los Angeles Times and the New York Times to Tufts Medical Center, New Orleans Magazine, the San Francisco Chronicle Magazine and Arizona Highways.

He has received many professional awards, including a Silver Medal from the Society of Illustrators, two ADDY awards, two Golden Quill Awards, two Gold Medals and four Silver Medals from the Broadcasting Design Awards (International), and a Gold Medal and Merit from the 4th Annual Healthcare Advertising Awards. In addition, numerous publications such as Graphis, Print, Communication Arts, American Illustration, the Society of Publication Designers, The Spectrum International Annual of Fantastic Art, Luerzer’s Archive and Taschen Publishing have recognized his distinctive work. His paintings have been shown in over 75 gallery and museum exhibitions throughout the United States, Germany and Japan.

He was deeply influenced by the years he spent in Japan. Fiedler explains, “While living in Tokyo in the late 1980’s I had the opportunity to experience Japanese culture firsthand. I was fortunate to accompany my former wife who was awarded a Fulbright Fellowship and grant from the Japan Foundation. I immediately connected with the aesthetic taste of the Japanese. I was influenced by such concepts as Wabi (quiet taste) Sabi (rust or tarnish) and Shabui (somber, quiet color-taste), derived from the art of tea ceremony. The rubric of Chado forms the foundation of the Japanese aesthetic lexicon and it seemed like a natural fit with my notions of how “art” should look. My work continues to reflect those core attributes.

“My mixed media works on paper and canvas explore the natural world and man’s place in it by creating an articulated scrim of observations and ruminations combined with pensive, lyrical vignettes. Some paintings parody the field-and-stream school of mantelpiece art, while others imagine a world in which ducks’ heads grow on foliage or plants imitate bird forms. I synthesize my own ideas with nature and history concocting a narrative replete with the subtle appropriation of cultural influences. Casual drawing, surface defacement and layering put the image into a frame of historical reference, endowing it with accretion, both physically and intellectually, in a completely unexpected way. I acknowledge a kinship with the aesthetics of Chado or Japanese tea ceremony, which evokes an appreciation for the passage of time and the abrasion of life, whereby the patina of age connotes reflection on the temporal aspects of existence.”

ARTISLA BERLIN
Interview with Joseph Daniel Fiedler
by Artisla (Notes) on Friday, February 11, 2011 at 1:23am

1. Hi Joseph. How did 2011 welcome you? (Hopefully with tons of creativity and motivation?)

It was ok. I got jobs for two major clients so, for some reason, the season opened up just a bit busier than usual or at least lately but I’m not ready to say GREAT.



2. And how is artist's life these days? What gives you inspiration to create new works?

The artists’ life is always hard, I think. Our delivery systems are rapidly morphing and public tastes are very fickle and changing just as rapidly. Right now I’m in the middle of a peculiar sort of inspiration though, I’ve become fascinated with the B Movie director Budd Boetticher, who made westerns in the 1950’s and am drawing images that allude to aspects of Budd’s colorful life, which is really “American”, diverse and exotic. It’s like a seed idea that will grow. But to really answer the question, I HAVE to draw things or else I get depressed. I’m constantly trying to prove to myself that I can do it and it’s very elusive. I work in Moleskine sketchbooks as often as time permits and on larger paper and wood panel or canvas too.



3. Your works are very often published as illustration in various high quality magazines. Do you see yourself more as an illustrator or a painter? Or is that the same for you?

Well yes, I am an illustrator and that’s my real interest and professional focus. I love to work in the VERY public medium of mass communications. However, that is the venue, but the work itself is painted, either by hand or by digitally enhancing sketches made by hand-so there has always got to be an ART part first and for me that part is drawing and painting. Additionally, I never really saw much distinction between commercial and personal work or at least I’d rather that there weren’t any distinctions. I have been exhibiting paintings since I was 18 or so and have been in more than 70 gallery shows and exhibitions over the course of my life.



4. Which new projects are you working on? Or which new ones are you planning?

Besides the Boetticher stuff, I’m working on usual projects for the Los Angeles Times and other publishing companies and design firms.



5. What are the "must sees" this year concerning exhibitions or other artsy things you can recommend?

I just saw an exhibition of Gottfried Helnwein, INFERNO OF THE INNOCENTS at the Crocker Museum in Sacramento, CA, that is well worth looking at. And I can recommand The Society of Illustrators 53rd Annual Exhibition, The Society of Illustrators Museum, NY, NY.



6. What do you think and feel about "art going online" like you did with ARTISLA? Is there a future for this in general and in particular for you?

I don’t mind so long as people come to websites to look and buy but it seems to me that the MORE exposure, the less return. It doesn’t make any sense to me. I think that “on line” IS not the future, it is now, already. I’ve had a blogspot @ www.drawger.com/josephdanielfiedler since 2006 and am trying to keep up a web presence as much as I possibly can.



7. Did you hear about "vipartfair"? What are your thoughts/feelings?

No, I have no idea.



8. How can you imagine yourself being more involved in the virtual art market?

Well, in a perfect world, many people will come and look and buy so it will be a great stimulus. I buy lots of stuff online, why not everything? I’m not so sure high end buyers use the internet though.



9. We're looking forward to hear from you again! And maybe see some more as well? Do you have any exhibitions plans this year you could tell us about?

Well I was asked to participate in the FLORENCE BIENNALE INTERNAZIONALE DELL’ARTE CONTEMPORANEA in December but that’s all I have slated at this time.



Joseph Daniel Fiedler, based in Nevada City / USA - february 2011 Read Less
Joseph Daniel Fiedler
www.scaryjoey.com



Education
AD Ivy School of Professional Art, Pittsburgh, PA
BFA Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh, PA

Professional
Artist/Illustrator/Educator
Associate Professor, College for Creative Studies, Detroit, MI
Adjunct Assistant Professor, College of Fine Arts, Carnegie… Read More
Joseph Daniel Fiedler
www.scaryjoey.com



Education
AD Ivy School of Professional Art, Pittsburgh, PA
BFA Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh, PA

Professional
Artist/Illustrator/Educator
Associate Professor, College for Creative Studies, Detroit, MI
Adjunct Assistant Professor, College of Fine Arts, Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh, PA
Graphics Director, Total Environmental Design Associates, Tokyo, Japan

Selected Exhibitions
27th Annual Sierra Story Telling Festival, Nevada City, CA
The 15-Year Anniversary Retrospective, Youngblood Gallery, Atlanta, GA
Fiedler & Fiedler, Box Office Gallery, Nevada City, CA
The Society of Illustrators 53rd Annual Exhibition, The Society of Illustrators Museum, NY, NY
LIVING WITH FUR, A Bitchin’ Space, Sacramento, CA
EVERYTHING BUT THE KITSCHEN SYNC, La Luz de Jesus Gallery, Los Angeles, CA
TRANSITIONS (with Eric Joyner), Trifecta Gallery, Las Vegas, NV
CIRCUS, Verge Gallery, Sacramento, CA
ART DORKS, Perihelion Arts, Phoenix, AZ
SUPERTRASH III, Bagdad Theater, Seattle, WA
ENJOY IT WHILE IT LASTS, DVA Gallery
GOOD WOOD, 3rd Ward Gallery, Brooklyn, NY
EVERYTHING BUT THE KITSCHEN SYNC, La Luz de Jesus Gallery, Los Angeles, CA
WHERE’S DADDY? II, Feinkunst Krüger, Hamburg, GR
GREEN, Robert Berman Gallery, Santa Monica, CA
GOOD WOOD, 555 Gallery, Detroit, MI
PIE IN THE SKY, Toyroom Gallery, Sacramento, CA
DUCK SOUP, Varnish Fine Art, San Francisco, CA
ARTDORKS COLLECTIVE, ThinkSpace Gallery, Los Angeles, CA
ARTDORKS SQUARED, McCaig Welles Gallery, Brooklyn, NY
SILA Illustration West 45, Billy Shire Fine Arts, Culver City, CA
OVERHUNG 3: WELL HUNG, Boontling Gallery, Oakland, CA
Fountain New York Art Fair, NY, NY
HOME SHOW, Young Blood Gallery, Atlanta, GA
MO SHOW, Gallery 405, Springfield, MO
REAL/SURREAL, Ann Arbor Art Center, Ann Arbor, MI
THAT DORK SMELL, Toyroom Gallery, Sacramento, CA
SILA Illustration West 44, Billy Shire Fine Arts, Culver City, CA
EVERYTHING BUT THE KITSCHEN SYNC, La Luz de Jesus Gallery, Los Angeles, CA
Art Dorks SMASH! Young Blood Gallery, Atlanta, GA
The Society of Illustrators 48th Annual, The Society of Illustrators Museum, NY, NY
100% CENTENNIAL, Regina Gouger Miller Gallery, Pittsburgh, PA
LITTLE BIG FAT, Magpie Gallery, San Diego, CA
CURIOUS ORGANISM, Hope Gallery, New Haven, CT
HALLOWEEN SHOW, Hope Gallery, New Haven, CT
POTLUCK! Primary Space Gallery, Hamtramck, MI
The Society of Illustrators 47th Annual, The Society of Illustrators Museum, NY, NY
Illustration West 43, The Society of Illustrators of Los Angeles, Los Angeles, CA
DIALOGUE, Studio Fly Contemporary Art, Charleston, SC
BEAKS AND BUCKS, Primary Space Gallery, Hamtramck, MI
ILLUSTRATORS WHO TEACH, The Society of Illustrators Museum, NY, NY
THE ARTIST WITHIN, Ann Arbor Art Center, Ann Arbor, MI
CURMUDGEON (Solo Exhibit), College for Creative Studies, Detroit, MI
The Society of Illustrators 46th Annual, The Society of Illustrators Museum, NY, NY
DIALOGUE, Pete & Susan Barret Gallery, Santa Monica, CA
PORTRAITS, The Society of Illustrators Museum, NY, NY
HEAVEN + HELL, The Philadelphia Sketch Club, Philadelphia, PA
UNCOMMERCIAL ART BY COMMERCIAL ARTISTS, La Luz de Jesus Gallery, Los Angeles, CA
The Society of Illustrators 45th Annual, The Society of Illustrators Museum, NY, NY
UNCOMMERCIAL ART BY COMMERCIAL ARTISTS, La Luz de Jesus Gallery, Los Angeles, CA
The Society of Illustrators 44th Annual, The Society of Illustrators Museum, NY, NY
NAMENLOSEN, Anno Domini Gallery, San Jose, CA
GUAPO Y FUERTE, Anno Domini Gallery, San Jose, CA
The Society of Illustrators 42nd Annual, The Society of Illustrators Museum, NY, NY
The Society of Illustrators 41st Annual, The Society of Illustrators Museum, NY, NY
9th Annual Children’s Book Illustrators, Sun Gallery, Hayward, CA
The Society of Illustrators 40th Annual, The Society of Illustrators Museum, NY, N
The Society of Illustrators 39th Annual, The Society of Illustrators Museum, NY, NY
The Society of Illustrators 38th Annual, The Society of Illustrators Museum, NY, NY
LIVE, WORSHIP, SHOP, Garfield Artworks, Pittsburgh, PA
The Society of Illustrators 37th Annual, The Society of Illustrators Museum, NY, NY
59th Annual Mid-year Show, Butler Institute of American Art, Youngstown, OH
BORDA, FIEDLER, MORRIS, ROGERS, Mendelson Gallery, Pittsburgh, PA
1st PITTSBURGH BIENNIAL, Pittsburgh Center for the Arts, Pittsburgh, PA
The Society of Illustrators 36th Annual, The Society of Illustrators Museum, NY, NY
The Society of Publication Designers Spots Show, The Society of Illustrators Museum, NY, NY
THE WORMS INHERITANCE, (Solo Exhibit), Mendelson Gallery, Pittsburgh, PA
The Society of Illustrators 35th Annual, The Society of Illustrators Museum, NY, NY
The Society of Illustrators 34th Annual, The Society of Illustrators Museum, NY, NY
WORKS ON PAPER (Solo Exhibit), HB Gallery, Tokyo, Japan
THE JAPAN PAINTINGS (Solo Exhibit), Pittsburgh Center for the Arts, Pittsburgh, PA
TOKYOWORK (Solo Exhibit), Gallery Nishi-Azabu Asacloth, Tokyo, Japan
The Society of Illustrators 29th Annual, The Society of Illustrators Museum, NY, NY
PITTSBURGH, THE MAGAZINE, THE ART, Concept Gallery, Pittsburgh, PA
FIGURE/FORM, Pittsburgh Center for the Arts, Pittsburgh, PA
46th Annual Mid-year Show, Butler Institute of American Art, Youngstown, OH
PAINTINGS ON CANVAS, Rubiner Gallery, Royal Oak, MI
43rd Annual Mid-year Show, Butler Institute of American Art, Youngstown, OH

Selected Publications
Communication Arts Illustration Annual, Menlo Park, CA
American Illustration 29, New York, NY
American Illustration 28, New York, NY
Moloko+ Issue #2, Russia
Fourteenth Annual Spectrum International Competition for Fantastic Art, Overland Park, KS
American Illustration 26, NY, NY
Thirteenth Annual Spectrum International Competition for Fantastic Art, Overland Park, KS
American Illustration 25, NY, NY
American Illustration 24, NY, NY
Illustration Now! Taschen GmbH, Germany
Twelfth Annual Spectrum International Competition for Fantastic Art, Overland Park, KS
Communication Arts Illustration Annual, Menlo Park, CA
Eleventh Annual Spectrum International Competition for Fantastic Art, Overland Park, KS
American Illustration 22, NY, NY
American Illustration 21, NY, NY
Ninth Annual Spectrum International Competition for Fantastic Art, Overland Park, KS
Print Magazine Regional Design Annual, NY, NY
American Illustration 20, NY, NY
Print Magazine Regional Design Annual, NY, NY
The Society of Publication Designers 33rd Annual, NY, NY
Print Magazine Regional Design Annual, NY, NY
Communication Arts Illustration Annual, Menlo Park, CA
The Society of Publication Designers 28th Annual, NY, NY
Print’s Best Illustration and Photography, NY, NY
The Best Spot Illustrations, The Society of Publication Designers, NY, NY
Illustration in Japan, Tokyo, Japan
Print Magazine Regional Design Annual, NY, NY
Postcard Graphics Collection 3, PIE Books, Tokyo, Japan
Design Journal No. 40, Seoul, Korea
Illustration in Japan, Tokyo, Japan
Print Magazine Regional Design Annual, NY, NY
Communication Arts Illustration Annual, Menlo Park, CA
Postcard Graphics Collection 2, PIE Books, Tokyo, Japan
Illustration in Japan, Tokyo, Japan
One Page: One Show, Illustration Magazine, Tokyo, Japan
Japan Creators Association (JCA) 9th Annual, Tokyo, Japan
Z-ZAI Bulletin of Art Volume 4, Tokyo, Japan
Illustration in Japan, Tokyo, Japan
Graphis Poster Annual, Zurich, Switzerland

Selected Awards
Gold Award, CASE, Baton Rouge, LA
Best Children’s Book List, Bank Street College of Education
Creativity 26, Creativity, Inc.
ADDY, Pittsburgh Ad Club
Silver Medal, The Society of Illustrators 38th Annual
1 Gold Medal, 4 Silver Medals, Broadcasting Design Awards (International)
Bronze Quill, Connecticut IABC
Award of Excellence, Communication Arts Illustration Annual
Award of Excellence, Society of Newspaper Design
Award of Excellence, The RX Club
Golden Quill, Pittsburgh IABC
Gold Medal, Broadcasting Design Awards (International)
Golden Quill, Pittsburgh IABC
ADDY, Pittsburgh Ad Club
Award of Excellence, Communication Arts Illustration Annual
Merit, IABC Annual, Golden Triangle Awards
Merit, 5th Annual Healthcare Advertising Awards
Gold Medal and Merit, 4th Annual Healthcare Advertising Awards
Honorable Mention, 20th Annual Exhibition of Western Pennsylvania Printing
Honorable Mention, Best of Category, 17th Annual Exhibition of Western Pennsylvania Printing
Dick Blick Award, Hoyt National Painting Show, [P. Sims, juror]
Memorial (Purchase Prize), Hoyt National Painting Show, [A. Frumkin, juror]

Selected Client List
Magazines
Flaunt, California, Prevention, Smithsonian, Time, Business Week, US News & World Report, Scientific American, Audubon, Playboy USA/Japan, Travel & Leisure, Health, The New Crisis, Arizona Highways, Departures, Bloomberg, Seventeen, New Woman, Nursing, Troika, Adweek, Inc., Regardies, The Utne Reader, American Health, Kiplinger’s Personal Finance, Toronto Life, Profiles, American Way, Audacity, Parents Journal, Town & Country, Security Management, Lears, Jazziz, Saturday Night, East/West, USAir, Philadelphia, Memphis, St. Louis, Louisville, Cleveland, Atlanta, Minnesota, Pittsburgh, New Orleans, Louisiana Life, Runner’s World, Longevity, Yoga Journal, Word Perfect, Tokyo Journal, Business Tokyo, Esquire Japan, Emerge, Baby Talk, Modern Maturity, Family Circle, House and Garden, Country Living, American Prospect, Risk Management, Texas Monthly, Omni, Penthouse, McCall’s
Newspapers
The San Francisco Chronicle, The Wall Street Journal, The New York Times, The Chicago Tribune, The Philadelphia Inquirer, The Baltimore Sun, The Boston Globe, The Washington Post, The Dallas Observer, The Fort Worth Star Telegraph, The Detroit Free Press, The Orlando Sentinel, The Miami New Times, Hartford Courant, The Asbury Park Press, The Los Angeles Times, The Cleveland Plain Dealer
Publishing
Farrar Straus Giroux, Simon & Schuster, Henry Holt, Random House Bantam Doubleday Dell, Harcourt Brace, St. Martin’s Press, Orchard Books, Walker Books, Dow Jones Publishing, Kodansha International Ltd.
Institutional
University of California at Berkeley, Harvard Medical School, JFK School of Government [Harvard], Notre Dame University, University of Michigan, University of Pittsburgh, Carnegie Mellon University, U.S. Department of State, U.S. Information Agency, KPMG Peat Marwick, Citigroup, Pfizer, Upjohn, Monsanto, Amoco, British Petroleum, H.J. Heinz Co., QED Communications, American Express, Japan Airlines, All Nippon Airways, MBIA Corp., Ernest & Young International, The American Funds Group, McCann Healthcare, Sony Music and Advertising, John Hancock Funds, The Pittsburgh Symphony

Selected Collections
The Hoyt Institute, New Castle, PA; Ms. Signe Wilkinson, PA; Frank McCourt, CT; Anne Telford, CA; Herbert Trayton Olds Jr.; CA, N.J. Nelson, CA; Burton Morris, CA; Frederick H. Carlson, PA; Liz Kanter, CA; Skip Rosenbloom, CA; Jennifer Vaughan, CA

Lectures
Little Pictures, California College of the Arts, San Francisco, CA
Little Pictures, La Roche College, Pittsburgh, PA
Little Pictures, International Academy of Design & Technology, Sacramento, CA
Little Pictures, Sierra College, Nevada County and Rocklin Campuses, CA
Little Pictures, College for Creative Studies, Detroit, MI
Little Pictures, University of Kansas, Lawrence, KS
Hallmark Symposium, Hallmark, Kansas City, MO
Little Pictures, Edinboro University, Edinboro, PA
Pittsburgh Biennial, Pittsburgh Center for the Arts, Pittsburgh, PA
Thinking Globally, Eye to Eye, Graphic Artists Guild National Conference, Washington, DC Read Less
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