Annual Exhibitor List

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Marcellus Hall's work has appeared in The New Yorker, The Wall Street Journal, The New York Times, The Atlantic, and Time, as well as in American Illustration, the Society of Illustrators, and Communication Arts annuals. He has illustrated 9 children's books, including the self-penned Everyone Sleeps. His debut graphic novel Kaleidoscope City was published in 2018 by Bittersweet Editions.
John Hendrix
John Hendrix is a New York Times Bestselling illustrator and author of many children's books including,"Drawing is Magic," "Miracle Man: The Story of Jesus," and the "The Faithful Spy: Dietrich Bonhoeffer and the Plot to Kill Hitler." His illustrations have appeared on book jackets, newspapers and magazines all over the world. John also is an associate professor, teaching illustration at Washington University in St. Louis, chairing the new MFA Illustration and Visual Culture program.
Jody Hewgill
Jody Hewgill’s paintings have been commissioned by National Geographic, Random House, Rolling Stone, Time Magazine, The USPS, and The US Department of State (Earth Day, Declaration of Human Rights posters) among others. Her work has garnered numerous awards including Gold & Silver medals from the Society of Illustrators. A series of her theatre posters are included in the Permanent Poster Collection of the Library of Congress. Her work is included in Taschen’s 100 Illustrators.
Cleonique Hilsaca
Cleonique Hilsaca is a Honduran Illustrator, living in Savannah, GA. She graduated from the Savannah College of Art & Design with a B.F.A. in Illustration and a minor in Graphic Design.
Michael Hirshon
After a nomadic childhood spent doodling, eating, sleeping, and growing, Michael Hirshon ended up as an illustrator living in Madison, Wisconsin. Throughout his career, he has created bold and colorful editorial illustrations, advertisements, packaging, and book covers. When he isn't drawing for clients, he is filling his sketchbooks with travel drawings and assorted chaos.
Angela Hsieh
Angela is an illustrator whose life choices can mostly be explained by the fact that she likes goofy animals. Her life experiences include fireman-carrying a (sedated) bear cub and catching a three-legged wallaby. Her work has been featured in the Society of Illustrators, SILA, Creative Quarterly, 3x3, and Light Grey Art Lab. Her clients include Pop-Up Magazine, Tröegs Brewing, and The Art of Eating. She is currently an illustrator at NPR.