A Florida native, Eleanor Grosch knew from childhood that she wanted to be an animal illustrator. After earning her degree in Fine Art with a drawing focus from USF, she moved up to Philadelphia to pursue a freelance career. She's living in South Philly, drawing animals for a living, and just launched a stationery line. Eleanor has been recognized in Print magazine and Grain Edit, she's spoken at HOW Design conference and Dallas AIGA, and she's been featured in US Airways magazine, Philadelphia Style, How About Orange, and Design*Sponge.
Eleanor's unique graphic perspective aims to simplify line and playfully arrange form to capture the essence of each animal she draws. She's well-known for her graphic take on our feathered, furry, and fuzzy friends. With roots in modernist design, she brings the mid-century aesthetic up-to-date.
Artwork can be found online at:
Her Shop (http://www.justeleanor.com/)
She's shown at:
Tyler School of Art
Class Schedule, Spring 2013
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01:00PM - 06:50PM