Jacksonville, Florida resident Alan Phillips is an artist/illustrator working on a National level for Magazines, Book Publishers and Advertising Agencies. His work has graced the pages of The New York Times, Boston Globe, National Geographic, Tennis, Golf Illustrated, Snow Country, Polo, Field & Stream, Reader’s Digest, Shooting Sportsman and regional publications such as Boston Metro, Connecticut Magazine, Folio, Jacksonville Magazine, Water's Edge, Jacksonville Luxury Living and commissions from private clients.
Alan has created over 100 book jacket covers working for Random House, Doubleday, Easton Press, Western Publishing, GK Hall which included the story of "My Dog Skip" which then made it to the big screen and Children of the Dust made for TV movie.
Among the artist’s favorites have been an ongoing commission of classic edition series book illustration that ranges from Frost to Faulkner, Kipling to Kerouac along with the children’s book he illustrated, Kittens Need Someone To Love which is cataloged at The Library of Congress.
Locally Alan has worked to create art for promotions with The Wolfsons Childrens Hospital and The Jacksonville Jaguars,The Rick Wilkins Cerebral Palsy Organization and The Beaches Fine Art Series. He has lectured at The Cummer Museum and taught advertising design at The University of North Florida and is currently coach of his daughter's seventh grade basketball team.
His paintings have twice been selected for group juried shows at The American Museum of Illustration in New York City.
Alan continues to fulfill illustration
assignments while working on a new series for a gallery show embracing the
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