An Exhibit of Children’s Book Illustration
Work by Alice Ratterree
Event Types: Visual Arts
Sep 12, 2022 1:30 PM — Oct 20, 2022 5:00 PM
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Visual Art Dept, SCGSAH
Picture books are an integral part of children’s lives. They teach simple concepts like letters and numbers, and also explore complex themes that help navigate the larger world. Step beyond the finished pages and glimpse into the practice of making art for children’s books in a unique teaching exhibit by award-winning illustrator Alice Ratterree. From preliminary sketches and research to the final artwork and bound book, follow the process of making art that tells a story.
The show is open to the public weekdays from 1:30 to 4:30 p.m. Guests should check in at the Visitor's Center and will be escorted to Lipscomb Gallery.
Alice Ratterree enjoys a career as an award winning children’s book illustrator. Her published works include Lilliput (Sam Gayton, Peachtree Publishers), The Wolf Keepers (Elise Broach, Christy Ottaviano Books) and Dangerous Jane (Suzanne Slade, Peachtree Publishers), and is a regular contributor with the Community Journals publications.
Also a successful classically trained singer, Alice obtained her degrees in vocal performance from Florida State (BM) University and Boston University (MM). She has appeared as a soloist with the Boston Pops, Emmanuel Music (Boston’s leading presenter of Bach cantatas), Asheville Lyric Opera and Brevard Music Center, and has been awarded several honors in voice competitions including the Metropolitan Opera National Council auditions and the American Traditions Competition with the Savannah Music Festival.