Student Scholarship Exhibitor List

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Alex Jia
Current illustration major student at Art Center College of Design.
Alexis Mohammed
Alexis Mohammed is an upcoming junior at Syracuse University, majoring in illustration and minoring in computer gaming. She is heavily inspired by visual development artists working in the video game and film industries, finding the backgrounds they create fascinating. Made with acrylic gouache, Alexis’s own environment paintings explore a multitude of subjects and themes, all relating back to her love of science fiction.
Amanda Lee Greene
As an artist and illustrator, I try to create images that connect with people, often drawing upon themes of childhood and memory. I work in a dimensional style, crafting physical puppets and scenes that are then photographed to obtain a final illustration. I prefer the tactility of working this way and feel that it gives my work a sense of physicality.
Angela Wang
Angela is an illustrator who loves good stories, bright colors, and dark themes.
Angelie Yap
At the crossroads of illustration, graphic design, and storytelling, you’ll find Angelie Yap. She was born and raised in Livingston, New Jersey on Taylor ham and cheese sandwiches. Her love of art began with weekly library visits and with daily crayon doodles on scrap paper. She now spends (a little) less time with crayons and is pursuing a Bachelor in Fine Arts in Illustration with concentrations in Graphic Design and Book Arts at the Maryland Institute College of Art.
Angie Hewitt
Angie Hewitt is an artist, illustrator, and animator currently studying at the Maryland Institute College of Art. Her work consists of line based illustrations, punchy color combinations, and instills dreamlike wonder. Inspired by unconventional concepts, she focuses on creating drawings that communicate interesting, new ideas and wants to be a storyteller in every way possible!
Anson Yuen Shan Lin
Anson Lin is an illustrator-storyteller from Hong Kong, fascinated by giant fish and creation myths. Though she works mostly digitally, Anson recently began exploring paint mediums. She also enjoys experimenting with large scale canvases and saturated colors. A lot of her art features mountain and forest motifs as a nod to her Chinese name. Her first short comic Hyacinth is aimed to be published during Summer 2019.
Anthony Smith
I am a student at Ringling College of Art and Design majoring in Illustration. I like to appreciate the magic in small details of the world around me, and I hope to encourage my audience to slow down and take in all there is to see.