Vickie Learner-Adams' Profile
I still remember every piece of art that my parents put up in my suburban childhood home . I am grateful that they always encouraged my creative side. I now live in a dark brown board and batten house with bright red trim, in the middle of a shady grove of old hemlocks, white pine and black birch. The Shawangunkill flows through my backyard, pronounced shongunkill by the locals.( Kill meaning river in the language of the early Dutch settlers.) Every room of my 1920's bungalow has original art spicing up the walls. I love roaming thrift shops and yard sales to find some little forgotten toy to inspire a drawing. My house is furnished in thrift shop chic and hand me downs, and I love living here.
I have been fortunate to have had a career as a children's book illustrator with over 20 books to my credit (done mostly under Vickie M. Learner), including the award winning "One Hundred Million Reasons for…
- Born on November 19
- Joined March 21, 2008