Annual Exhibitor List

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Luyi Wang
Luyi Wang is an award-winning illustrator and gallery artist based in New York. She finished her BA in Camberwell College of Art in London and her MFA in Maryland Institute College of Art, respectively. She creates whimsical and childlike works addressing different social issues. Her work has been recognized by several awards and exhibited in New York, London, Beijing, Cremona, Culver City, etc.
Michael Waraksa
Michael Waraksa is a Milwaukee, WI based illustrator. His illustrations have been published in numerous magazines and newspapers including The NY Times, PLANSPONSOR and TIME. His work has also been selected to appear in Communication Arts, The Society of Illustrators, American Illustration and 3X3 Magazine.
Natalia Wilkoszewska
Working in London, Natalia explores mediums of traditional animation and illustrations. Her films have been screened internationally on festivals as Annecy, SICAF and Hiroshima, using hand frame-by-frame painted technique. URL: www.natkastudio.london
Loveis Wise
Loveis Wise is a Freelance Illustrator based in Philadelphia. Her clients include The New York Times,The New Yorker, Buzzfeed, and REI to name a few.
Earl Womack
The Nutmeg State's Earl Womack illustrates with a focus on story and energy. His contribution to past graphic novels has earned him multiple accolades and achievements. Womack's current graphic novel project Tunnel Rat is highly anticipated and set to debut in Fall 2019.
Sara Wong
Sara is an illustrator located in the Bay Area. She graduated from the Communication Design program at Washington University in St. Louis, and is obsessed with teasing out and amplifying the emotional undertones of stories big and small.
Rob Wood
Best known for five book covers he illustrated for Stephen King, Rob is part of the internationally known studio of Wood Ronsaville Harlin. Along with the covers by major authors such as Jean Auel and Louise Penny, his most recent endeavor is creating murals and artwork for many museums including the WWII Museum in New Orleans, The Smithsonian Air & Space Museum, and the Museum of the American Revolution in Philadelphia to name a few.
Taili Wu
Taili Wu is an illustrator and stop-motion artist in New York. Grew up in the countryside of Taiwan, she draws inspirations from animals and everyday objects. She is passionate about handmade design, playful things and crunchy cookies, and enjoy telling stories through ceramics and animations.
Yifan Wu
Yifan is an award-winning illustrator and animator. She comes from Nanjing, an old capital of China. Yifan is an artist who vents her anger about the idiot, morbid, mordant world in artwork; a creative thinker who deal with her nihilism through reading stories and storytelling; a non-sayer to pollyannas. She explores this world through reading, films, traveling, and conversations. She loves dancing, animals, and nature.