Alecia Blake’s accomplished illustration career has included work for major fashion designers, magazines and companies. Her work includes loose, flowing fashion art, children’s book illustrations, and whimsical and humorous cartoons. She incorporates expressive, fluid lines and vibrant colors into her wide stylistic range. Her career in fashion illustration was featured in 201 Magazine, The Best of Bergen. In her new coloring book, Color In Fashion: A Stylish Adult Coloring Book, Alecia combines her gift for fashion drawing with exquisite, detailed backgrounds. These pages of hand-drawn intricate settings, patterns and lovely, graceful figures will delight the colorist, making the experience fun, creative and calming.
In addition to her illustrations and coloring books, Alecia also enjoys painting in oils and pastels. She is always enthusiastic about drawing and painting from live models, and figurative art is her favorite genre.
Alecia Blake attended Syracuse University School of Art and Parsons School of Design, where she earned a BFA in Illustration. She also is the author of Chronically Me: Flushing Out My Life and Times With IBS, A Memoir in Comics written under the pen name Joy Spencer. Check out Alecia’s blog containing many of her cartoons about life with IBS at ChronicallyMe.com.
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Alecia Blake is a member of the NJ Creatives Network.
Alecia has worked with clients such as:
Milliken and Company
Blumenthal Lansing Company
Harcourt Brace Jovanovich
Body Wrappers Inc.
Intimate Fashion News
Body Fashions Intimate Apparel
Women’s World Magazine