New York's Society of Illustration Exhibition -- OCAD U Illustration Winners!


OCADU Illustration students have outdone themselves this year with 7 works of art accepted into the 2019 Student Scholarship Exhibition!

 
DateTuesday, May 7, 2019 - 12:00pm to Saturday, June 8, 2019 - 5:00pm

Location

The Museum of American Illustration

OCAD U Illustration students have won two of the top cash-prize scholarships!

 

The winning images were selected from 8,700 entries submitted by American and Canadian universities by a jury of renowned art directors and illustrators.

Congratulations to Mary Kirkpatrick (illustration showing), Varvara Nedilska (illustration showing), Salwa Majoka, Eryn Lougheed, Camila Teodoro, and Hannah Frandsen! And congratulations, faculty!

 

The exhibit runs May 7 - June 8 at the Museum of American Illustration. Awards Ceremony and
Reception: May 10, 2019.

 

Title: A Vision of Yellow Foxgloves

Student: Mary Kirkpatrick

Medium: gouache, acrylic and pencil on panel

Instructor: Jon Todd

$4000 Nancy Lee Rhodes Roberts Scholarship Award

 

Title: Family Pet

Student: Varvara Nedilska

Medium: Watercolor, ink, digital

Instructor: Jody Hewgill

$3000 Nancy Lee Rhodes Roberts Scholarship Award

 

Title: Clouded Leopard

Student: Salwa Majoka

Medium: Digital

Instructor: Jody Hewgill

 

Title: Spider Pox Takes the Island

Student: Eryn Lougheed

Medium: Acrylic and gouache on wood panel

Instructor: Jon Todd

 

Title: Sale Day

Student: Camila Teodoro

Medium: Gouache

Instructor: Jody Hewgill

 

Title: Toy Soldiers

Student: Camila Teodoro

Medium: Gouache

Instructor: Chris Kuzma

 

Title: Nostalgia

Student: Hannah Frandsen

Medium: Acrylic on gesso board

Instructor: Adrian Forrow

 

 

DateTuesday, May 7, 2019 - 12:00pm to Saturday, June 8, 2019 - 5:00pm

Website Location

The Museum of American Illustration

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OCAD U Illustration students have won two of the top cash-prize scholarships!

 

The winning images were selected from 8,700 entries submitted by American and Canadian universities by a jury of renowned art directors and illustrators.

Congratulations to Mary Kirkpatrick (illustration showing), Varvara Nedilska (illustration showing), Salwa Majoka, Eryn Lougheed, Camila Teodoro, and Hannah Frandsen! And congratulations, faculty!

 

The exhibit runs May 7 - June 8 at the Museum of American Illustration. Awards Ceremony and
Reception: May 10, 2019.

 

Title: A Vision of Yellow Foxgloves

Student: Mary Kirkpatrick

Medium: gouache, acrylic and pencil on panel

Instructor: Jon Todd

$4000 Nancy Lee Rhodes Roberts Scholarship Award

 

Title: Family Pet

Student: Varvara Nedilska

Medium: Watercolor, ink, digital

Instructor: Jody Hewgill

$3000 Nancy Lee Rhodes Roberts Scholarship Award

 

Title: Clouded Leopard

Student: Salwa Majoka

Medium: Digital

Instructor: Jody Hewgill

 

Title: Spider Pox Takes the Island

Student: Eryn Lougheed

Medium: Acrylic and gouache on wood panel

Instructor: Jon Todd

 

Title: Sale Day

Student: Camila Teodoro

Medium: Gouache

Instructor: Jody Hewgill

 

Title: Toy Soldiers

Student: Camila Teodoro

Medium: Gouache

Instructor: Chris Kuzma

 

Title: Nostalgia

Student: Hannah Frandsen

Medium: Acrylic on gesso board

Instructor: Adrian Forrow

 

 

Venue & Address: 
The Museum of American Illustration
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