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Ellen Beier


Ellen Beier

Ellen Beier started drawing as a small child at the side of her artist grandmother. After architecture study at Cornell and art courses in London, she graduated with a BFA from California College of the Arts.
In London, a friend showed me Arthur Rackham's books and an early 'Alice' illustrated by Tenniel. Working at the time as an architectural draftsperson, I filled the margins of my blueprints with fairy tale sketches.

Books by Ellen Beier

written by Matt Christopher with illustrations by Ellen Beier - Children's, Fiction, Friendship, Sports

The Mudders' first-baseman, Turtleneck Jones, is knocked out by a hard-thrown baseball, loses his confidence, and has to bounce back before Coach Parker decides on a permanent replacement. Reprint. SLJ.