Abigail Halpin is an illustrator living and drawing in southern Maine. Raised in New England, her work pulls heavily from the flora, fauna and history of the region. In addition to illustrating children's books, she also creates mixed media artwork, blending embroidery and portraiture, stitching stories. When not drawing, she can be found either lost in a book, walking in the woods or in front of her sewing machine.
Abigail Gray Swartz
Abigail Gray Swartz is an artist whose illustrations have appeared in the New York Times, Lenny Letter, and others. She recently painted a version of Rosie the Riveter that was chosen for the cover of the New Yorker’s “Women’s March” issue. Abigail lives in Maine with her husband, their two children, and one cautious little dog. See her work at graydaystudio.com.