Student Scholarship Exhibitor List
Abigail is a visual storyteller with a passion for communicating and with a drive to grow in expert draftsmanship. In her work she attempts to stay true to the child-like imagination that breeds innovation and creativity. Her piece featured at the society this year is part of a visual development project for her original animated musical short, "In the Blink of an Eye," which focuses on the vanity of physical beauty and wealth.
Alejandro Escobar is currently a rising senior at the Savannah College of Art and Design. His illustrative style is influenced by his love for games and figurative fine art. Originally from Rochelle, IL, he now resides in Savannah, GA where he likes to spend most of his time painting, playing instruments and games, and listening to every genre of music under the sun.
Alex Gilbeaux is a New York City based illustrator and animator with a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Illustration from Parsons School of Design. Her focus is digital illustration and has a strong background in traditional mediums. Gilbeaux’s passion for illustration developed from her interest in learning through story and narrative, especially visual and story narrative. Gilbeaux has experience as an illustrator, animator, and editor for The New School Free Press, The New School Alumni Services, Com
After receiving a BFA in Illustration from the Savannah College of Art and Design in 2017, Alyssa is now working as a freelance illustrator with representation from Illozoo, as well as a full-time graphic designer for Hallmark Cards. When she is not staring at a computer screen, Alyssa likes to spread a little happiness, have her third coffee of the day, and think about staring at a computer screen some more.
An Illustrator based in New York and Prague, she is a graduate of the High School of Art & Design and is currently finishing her BFA in Illustration at the Fashion Institute of Technology. Her work has recently appeared on the subway of Prague and she is currently working on her first book illustration. Her primary media is graphite and digital but also various techniques of printmaking, especially screen printing and RISO printing. She is pursuing editorial and fashion illustration.
Ashley Wong is an illustrator living just outside Toronto, Ontario. She's a recent graduate of the Sheridan College Bachelor of Illustration program. Ashley can often be found making zines, starting embroidery projects on a whim, and tweeting about her eczema. She can be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org.
AJ is a New York City based Illustrator and Journalist from The New School. Her personal work has a childlike approach with its odd colors, content, and imagery. She is still investigating her style but is inspired by textiles, colors, patterns, and architecture. AJ's professional work centers around data visualization and her Graphics Editor position at her college paper. She hopes to combine her skills for a happy career as a reporter and an illustrator.