This month we’re thrilled to highlight 5 teachers who have received recognition in online and IRL communities. Check out April’s roundup of teacher spotlights.
Artist and pattern designer Dylan Mierzwinski collaborated with Anthropology to create the Peanut Gallery Dish Towel. Dylan is a professional graphic designer turned illustrator, who enjoys graphic design, illustration, sewing, and general crafts. Digitize your hand drawn sketches with Dylan in her class.
Graphic illustrator and surface pattern designer Lucie Duclos was asked to design the cover of Uppercase Magazine, issue #41. Lucie works with different mediums and techniques from pen and ink to watercolor, monoprints, encaustics, collage, acrylics and bookmaking. Explore watercolor + mixed media with Lucie in her watercolor class.
Artist and Illustrator Stephanie Fizer Coleman will illustrate an upcoming picture book, Birds of a Feather, set to be published in the Spring of 2021. Stephanie is a picture book illustrator and licensing artist known for creating wildlife illustrations full of layered color and texture. Learn to create texture and layers with Stephanie in her Procreate class.
Lettering artist Debi Sementelli was interviewed by VoyageDallas this month. In the interview, Debi speaks about her journey as an artist, her work, and the upcoming events in which she’ll be showcasing her skills. Learn how to flourish lower case letters in Debi’s font class.
Musician and composer Jason Rivera was interviewed by VoyageLA. In the interview, Jason talks about his musical background, current projects, and the challenges he’s faced while building his music career. Learn to compose melodies with Jason in his music writing class.
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