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WILLIAM LOW
Illustrator

Education:
MA, Syracuse University, United Digital Artists- Advanced Photoshop, School of Visual Arts -
ontinuing Education - Lithography/painting, BFA, Parsons School of Design, Parsons In Paris Summer Program

Clients include:
APL, Alfred Knopf Publishers, Atlantic Monthly Magazine, American Airlines, American Express, Avon Books, Book of the Month Club, Boston Globe, BMG Records, Children's Book Council, Chronicle Books, Compaq Computers, Cross World Communications, Doubleday Books, Eddie Bauer, Inc., Esquire Magazine, Gourmet Magazine, Guideposts Magazine, Harcourt Brace and Company, Harper Collins Publishers, Henry Holt & Company, Houston's Restaurants, LL Bean, MasterCard, Metropolitan Transportation Authority. McGraw-Hill, Missouri Review, Newsweek Magazine, New York Stock Exchange, New York Times, Oxford University Press, Paragon Books, Penguin USA, Philomel Books, RCA Records, Reader's Digest, Simon and Schuster, St. Martin's Press, Troll Books, Toray International United States
Postal Service and Yankee Magazine

Public Art Installations include:
Metropolitan Transportation Authority/Arts for Transit - Faceted glass installation for Parkchester Station

Speaking Engagements and Seminars include:
Society of Children’s Books Writers and Illustrators; American Library Association; Payless Shoesource; Norman Rockwell Museum; Chappaqua Public Library; International Reading Association; Mazza Museum; Oakland University/Department of Reading and Language Arts; Brooklyn Public Library; Cuyahoga County Public Library/Children’s Literature Conference; Northport Public Library; New York Public Library, Office of Young Adult Services, smARTZ Program; New York Public Library; Multicultural Children’s Book Festival; National Council of Teachers of English; Society of Illustrators, Educators Symposium; Society of Illustrators, National Lecture Series; Brooklyn Museum of Art, Learning Center; Nassau County Art League; Syracuse University; Ringling School of Art and Design.

Web site: www.williamlow.com

 

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