Her new books How do you Say? Growing up, I was obsessed with books and art in general. Fortunately, my high school really had a great art program and teachers who were supportive. Then I received a partial scholarship to Savannah College of Art and Design based on my skills and academics.
That sort of sealed my fate as a professional artist. A: I still love drawing with pencil. It feels so good in my hand. I even love the way a freshly sharpened pencil smells. I also enjoy working with ink especially with a dip pen and brush.
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I just like how there is less control. It forces you to work boldly and confidently. My last favorite medium is tissue paper. I just really enjoy collage and the texture it produces. In graduate school when I saw that Evaline Ness worked that way, I was inspired to do it even more!
A: Picture books are important because they can speak universal truths to people of all ages. They can make you cry and laugh all in the same little book. Also there are pictures! Eventually, all that drawing and trouble paid off. She now lives in Washington, DC. Juana draws and writes stories from a big and old drafting table, in an even older -but not much bigger- apartment. Juana is the illustrator of the picture book Smick! You can find out more about Juana on her website and blog. A: I grew up in a family where pretty much everyone had some kind of artistic outlet; my grandfather was a great draftsman, my grandma was a fantastic carpenter, my aunt a potter… everyone found a way to use arts as a way to express themselves, so it took me a while to realize not everyone in the world did this!
Moreover, I went to a school that valued arts very much. So for the longest time, I thought art was just one more fabulous aspect of being human. Now that I recognize not everyone draws, I have dedicated a lot of time to using this ability as best as possible, to tell stories. I enjoy the high contrast between the stark white paper and the very dark black ink; it makes it very exciting to see lines and traces -almost magically- appear on the page.
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And understanding a story can lead to a shared experience with those who have also read the book. Ana Aranda was born and raised in Mexico City, where she studied design. From there, she moved to France, where she lived for three years while doing her undergraduate studies in illustration. Her biggest inspirations are her childhood memories, the vibrant colors of Mexico, and music.
Her work focuses on transforming the every day into fantastical situations, and often includes images from nature and whimsical creatures. My childhood memories in this city full of flowers always inspire me to create colorful and joyful pieces for children of all ages. I have also been very inspired by my family, teachers, Mexican muralists and printmakers, growing up learning about women artists such as Remedios Vario and Leonora Carrington.
A: I first learned to use acrylics when I was around 14 years old and fell in love with it! Dominguez, Angela. Maria Had a Little Llama. Santiago Stays. Knit Together. Medina, Meg. Mango, Abuela and Me.
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Like this: Like Loading I would highly recommend this book for an early childhood classroom library. She currently lives in Maine with her husband and precocious 2 year old. She continually strives to impart a passion and a sense of fearlessness toward technology, reading and learning for all ages. By Cecilia Cackley This is the first in a series of posts spotlighting Latina illustrators of picture books. Q: What inspired you to become an artist? Q: Tell us about your favorite artistic medium.
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