Bob Dacey

Bob Dacey is an internationally renowned artist whose drawings and paintings have been published in limited and multiple-edition prints as well as books and periodicals such as: The Franklin Library, National Geographic, Literary Guild, Redbook, McCalls, Ladies Home Journal, Scholastic Publications, Viking-Penguin, Harper Collins, and the Smithsonian.

A Gold and Silver Medals recipient from the Society of Illustrators in New York City, Bob has received over three dozen Certificates of Merit from their Annual Shows and is featured in Walt Reed’s book, The illustrator in America 1860-2000.

His work has hung in national and international museums and galleries including: The Tokyo Invitational Show, the Indianapolis Museum of Modern Art, the Second Street Gallery, NC, the New Brittain Museum, CT, the Norman Rockwell Museum, MA and the Greenwich Workshop Galleries, CT.

In addition to writing articles on illustration, painting, and drawing for national publications, he has been invited to lecture and present seminars and workshops throughout the United States. Formerly Chair of the Department of Visual Communications at Syracuse University, Bob brings over 30 years of experience teaching at the college level

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