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Marcela Staudenmaier

New Haven
Connecticut
Specializes in: 
Visual Arts
Individual

Marcela is a graduate of the Children's Book Illustration Certificate Program at the Rhode Island School of Design and an active member of the Society of Children’s Book Writers and Illustrators.She has been the recipient of the Tassy Walden Award: New Voices in Children's Literature (Shoreline Arts Alliance CT), the Ann Barrow Illustrator's Scholarship (New England SCBWI), the R. Michelson Galleries Emerging Artist Award (New England SCBWI and R. Michelson Galleries), the James Jafferis Prize (New Haven Paint & Clay Club). Her work has also received accolades from the Danforth Museum of Art, 3x3 Magazine of Contemporary Illustration, the Society of Illustrators of Los Angeles and the New England SCBWI. She was selected by Connecticit Humanities and the CT Center for the Book as one of 24 illustrators/writers to create the Great CT Caper.Marcela is also an architect and lives in New Haven, CT.

Fly Away by Marcela Staudenmaier
Across the Oceans by Marcela Staudenmaier
Young Sherlock by Marcela Staudenmaier
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Mark Aldrich

Author and illustrator Mark Aldrich has been involved in free-lance art projects for over fifteen years. He has worked on mural projects in New Haven and Fairfield using the talents of homeless teen-agers and emotionally disturbed high school students. He has degrees in literature, history, and library science from UCLA and Southern Connecticut State University, and took classes in interior design, architectural history, and graphic design at the Paier College of Art.

(203) 426.9327
4 Long View Terrace
Sandy Hook
CT
06482-1239
Specializes in: 
Literature/Publishing
Individual

Author and illustrator Mark Aldrich has been involved in free-lance art projects for over fifteen years. He has worked on mural projects in New Haven and Fairfield using the talents of homeless teen-agers and emotionally disturbed high school students. He has degrees in literature, history, and library science from UCLA and Southern Connecticut State University, and took classes in interior design, architectural history, and graphic design at the Paier College of Art. He has taught painting classes in prison and designed sets for plays at Sacred Heart University and for Garskoff/Lieberman productions. His traveling exhibit Shards of Time: Scenes from a graphic novel, featuring blown-up panels from the work, has been shown at the C. H. Booth library in Newtown, Connecticut and the Small Space gallery in New Haven. Mr. Aldrich is currently the librarian at Garner Correctional Facility in Newtown. He lives with his family in Sandy Hook, Connecticut.

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