Brian Bowes is an acclaimed Illustrator and Professor of Illustration at Savannah College of Arts and Design (SCAD). His work is known for his captivating character-driven artwork and compelling storytelling.
Notably, he collaborated with Foolscap Press on The Story of the Fisherman, an exquisite limited edition letterpress print book that has earned a place in prestigious collections worldwide, including the Rare Book and Special collections Division at the United States Library of Congress.
Before embarking on his teaching career, Bowes held positions as a Youth Education Director for the Santa Cruz Mountains Art Center, and as Illustrator Coordinator for the San Francisco North and East Bay chapter of the SCBWI. He loves sharing his expertise and has been a guest lecturer at various universities. Bowes holds an A.A. in Graphic Design, a B.F.A. in Illustration, and an M.F.A. in Illustration.
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4by6.com Interview: "Storytelling with Beautiful Illustrations"
Hartford Observer: "Illustrator Brian Bowes MFA 2016 Wants His Work to Last a Century"
The Santa Cruz Sentinel:
"Santa Cruz Mountains Arts Center brings artists to schools, allowing access to art"
"Local illustrator leads Santa Cruz comic workshop"
"Born with a pencil in his hand."
"Santa Cruz County artists take stock of their own images in the new self-portrait show ‘The Original Selfie’"
The Canton Repository: "Lake grad turned illustrator visits home"