Sunday, August 2, 2015

"Something for Everyone!" 30 Days of WIK15 - E. B. Lewis

"Something for Everyone!"
30 Days of WIK15
- E. B. Lewis

E. B. Lewis will host several workshops during WIK'15:
  • Writing with Pictures: Exploring Visual Language and How It Relates to Illustrating Picture Books  
    Art is a language, and writers and illustrators are the same people, all trying to create art that captures people’s imagination. Whether we’re using paint or words, we’re both making pictures that tell stories.
    AUDIENCE: Illustrators, all levels. 
  • Who’s the Boss? The Role of Editor, Author, and Illustrator   (w/ Kaylan Adair & Hester Bass)
    Learn from the experiences of Candlewick Press editor Kaylan Adair, author Hester Bass, and illustrator E. B. Lewis about the process of successful collaboration that creates rewarding relationships and award-winning books.
    AUDIENCE: Writers and illustrators, all levels.  

E. B. Lewis will also host an Intensive Illustrating workshop on Friday, October 16,2016
*Intensives are an additional fee. Please see Registration page for cost.


“Artistrator” E. B. Lewis is a graduate of the Temple University Tyler School of Art and has illustrated sixty-five books for children. A member of The Society of Illustrators in New York City, he is the recipient of several Coretta Scott King Illustrator Awards, ALA Notable Book awards, and other honors including the Caldecott Honor for Coming on Home Soon, written by Jacqueline Woodson. Lewis is a master at identifying the emotion and story in text and showing it in the illustration. He tells stories through his fine art as well; his beautiful watercolor paintings are owned by numerous private collectors and sold by art galleries throughout the world. He taught art in public school for twelve years, and continues to teach at the University of Arts in Philadelphia. He also privately mentors illustration students. No matter what level of mastery an artist has achieved, Lewis can help to push the craft high.  


Click to REGISTER FOR WIK'15 now!

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