About Alison Lee Chapman

I live in Philadelphia, I’m from Hunterdon County, NJ, and I received my BA from Tyler School of Art in 2008.

I’ve been drawing and writing since I was old enough to hold a pen, with some of my early publications being Stardust Meets a Woodchuck, Felix the Rabbit and Max, the Figure Skating Donkey.

I work as a nanny, and spend my free time photographing and illustrating events in the natural world. I’m always open to commissions.

I work on paper, mostly, with watercolor and guache. I’m stepping lightly into the world of screen printing, and hope that it welcomes my drawing style.

Thank you for stopping by! And if you leave a comment, I’d love to check out your blog too.

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10 comments on “About Alison Lee Chapman

  1. Hello Alison!

    I’m an editor at Dream Fever Magazine and I came across your blog and was wondering if you’d like to submit for our spring issue?

    We are currently looking for submissions for the SPRING Issue entitled LINEAGE. This issue will include works from all disciplines and mediums and will be discussing feminism and heritage. We are looking for stories of heritage, love, compassion, struggle, depression, feminism, harrassment, stories on personal triumphs. We accept all submissions whether or not they pertain to the subject of the issue, however, we welcome all discussions on feminism from any voice or medium.

    Please send all submissions to dreamfevermagazine@gmail.com

    Submissions must include a short bio (500 words max), portfolio/website, and the work you would like to submit. We freely encourage artist and writer statements from you talking about your work, discipline, and focus. We accept artists and writers of all ages and experiences.

    Dreamfevermagazine.com

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