The Guardian, UK
Political cartoons (2002-03)
Pre-exile work for major New York newspapers
The New York Times
(front-page art for Week-in-Review and Business sections; spots for
Sunday Sports, 1988-2000)
hundred illustrations for Viewpoints and editorial pages, book
reviews, and Newsday Sunday Magazine, 1980-2001.)
Daily News (book review
The Wall Street Journal
(several hundred caricatures for Leisure & Arts page, "hedcuts"
for news pages, and political cartoons for Classroom editions,
Writers & Readers
Ladies Home Journal
Wired ("netmoguls" caricatures)
Dow-Jones business magazine
(executive portraits, general illustration)
(annual report illustrations)
The Donahue Show
(Phil Donahue's Christmas Card design)
Tony Robbins, Inc
(Tony Robbins' 40th Birthday Party invitations)
Society of Newspaper Design
(9th Annual, Silver Award. Highest award for any American newspaper
illustration for the year.)
Society of Illustrators
(26th and 32nd Annuals)
Exhibit 22nd - 28th June 2003
Martin's Gallery, June 2003
The Crypt, St. Martins-in-the-Fields, Trafalgar Square, London
Royal Society of Portrait
(2002 Annual Juried Exhibition at the Mall Galleries, London)
Panelist-exhibitor, Institute of
Ideas' Satire Week, Greenwich Theatre, 2002
Solo show at Poetry Society's café
gallery, Covent Garden, 2001
Society of Illustrators, New York,
26th and 32nd Annuals.
Original art exhibited at New York Newsday
editorial offices, Dow-Jones corporate offices, and various solo and
group shows on Long Island.
Original art purchased for private
collections of many notable caricature subjects, including Andrew
Anker, Kevin Costner, Jack Schwartz, Sir Martin Sorrell, Teresa
Stratas, Kurt Vonnegut
Murals in the Hampton Arts Theatre
lobby, Westhampton NY.
Artwork for long-term exhibits at
Smithsonian's Postal Museum in Washington, and Missouri Botanical
Gardens in St. Louis.
A Guide to Drawing by
Mendelowitz et al, 4th and 5th editions (the standard university-level
art history textbook on drawing)
This Face You Got
(coffee-table hardcover caricature anthology)
RSVP (1986 to present)
Black Book Illustration
American Showcase 11
Graphic Artists Guild illustration directory
Graphic Artists Guild (UAW Local
3030), past member of New York board.
National Cartoonists Society (USA),
member since 1990.
Barnet College, November 2002 -
British Museum: "The Big
Draw", October 2002.
Has given private lessons since 1966.
Visiting art teacher in
collaborations with poet/writer Eva Salzman, at schools in greater
London and at the Bromley-by-Bow Community Centre.
Visiting artist at schools on Long
Led a seminar on political cartooning
at New York's historic Fraunces Tavern.
Taught art at Friends World College.
Community organiser dealing with
ecology, economics and community planning; speaker in schools,
universities, and televised debates. Hosted a radio talk show, founded
and edited community newspapers, organised a benefits program for a
farm workers, ran as a Green Party candidate for New York State
Legislature in 2000, and is currently writing and illustrating a book
on the politics of ecology. He is married to Eva Salzman and has two
Studied drawing, painting and
sculpture at Boston University School of Fine Art, Art Students
League, and New York Studio school. Teachers included Philip Guston,
George MacNeil, Mercedes Matter, Leland Bell, Jacob Lawrence, Richard
Yarde, Morton Sacks, Conger Metcalfe and Pete Klotz.
68 Fairfax Road, London N8 0NG
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Van Howell's work
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