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Stephanie Osser


Stephanie Osser, Illustrator

My updated resume is posted on my website: I am a book and editorial illustrator, an illustrator in porcelain, and an art workshop educator/instructor. My specialities are non-fiction children’s books: "All About Eggs", "Drinking Straw Construction," etc., food illustration for cookbooks, editorial articles, and music themes. The Jim Henson Studio commissioned me to illustrate their book "The Muppets Big Book of Crafts," and I have illustrated recipes for Cookbooks by known chefs, and the New York Times,The New York Daily News, and The Boston Globe food pages. My very first job was the exhibit identification illustrator for The New England Aquarium, Boston. Some of what I call my "Illustration in Porcelain and Clay," Ceramic Works, are included in permanent collections at the Statue of Liberty Ellis Island Museum, The International Museum of Dinnerware Design, the Blair Museum of Lithophanes, the Red Starline Museum, Antwerp, Belgium, and the Needham Historical Society, and in 2023 the AMOCA: American Museum of Ceramic Arts. An Art Educator/Instructor, I enjoy working with children, and adults too, in multi-media art workshops. My other passionate pursuit is singing in the Newton Swing Band, specializing in songs by Irving Berlin and George and Ira Gershwin, and I also sing in the soprano section of the Masterworks Chorale, Boston, Massachusetts.


Fine Art,Illustration,Model Making,Surface & Textile,Teaching Professional

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