A Picture is Worth a Thousand Words

Presented by the Society of Illustrators Los Angeles

WhenFriday, August 16, 2013 – Friday, January 3, 2014
LocationBiola University Library, Main Level

This exhibition of contemporary Illustration showcases some of the best work done by professional illustrators from The Society of Illustrators Los Angeles. Founded in 1953 by a handful of Southern California advertising artists and designers to promote the professional status of illustration art, as well as to foster both philanthropic and educational goals, the work of SILA artists is seen locally and nationally by millions each year in all printed media, on television, in films, the Internet and gallery exhibitions.

Curated by Daniel Callis & Alyce Heath, SILA Manager

Image by Daniel Chang

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