Ellen Weinstein: Yayoi Kusama Paints Her Dots Every Day
Generously donated by the illustrator, Ellen Weinstein, for the Illustration Institute Collection.
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2019 Illustration Institute Faison Residency Artist
Ellen was born and raised in New York City. She is a graduate of Pratt Institute and New York’s High School of Art and Design. Ellen has illustrated children’s books such as Yayoi Kusama: From Here to Infinity, and is the author and illustrator of Recipes for Good Luck: The Superstitions, Rituals, and Practices of Extraordinary People. Her editorial clients include The Atlantic, The New York Times, Wall Street Journal, GQ Magazine, Pentagram, and more. She lectures and conducts workshops in various art schools nationally and worldwide. Ellen’s work has been honored by Society of Illustrators, American Illustration, Communication Arts, Print Regional Design Annual, and Global Art Director’s Club.
For more, visit ellenweinstein.com and @ellenweinsteinilloz (Instagram).
About Illustration Institute
Illustration Institute raises appreciation for and awareness of illustration in its many forms. It offers people of all ages the opportunity to learn from master artists and working professionals through exhibitions, workshops, and talks at public libraries, museums, schools, and other community venues. Based in Maine, this non-profit arts organization was founded by Nancy Gibson-Nash and Scott Nash in 2016.
In June 2017, Illustration Institute launched a summer artist residency on Peaks Island, bringing narrative artists to stay, create, and share their work and creative process with the community. The Illustration Institute Collection is made up of works generously donated by past residents. Purchase of this print supports Illustration Institute. Thank you!
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