Anthony Foronda

As a graduate of The Maryland Institute College of Art, he has graced the pages of The Washington Post, Red Herring Financial Magazine, St. Petersburg Times, National Public Radio, etc. and was a regular contributor to the Miami Herald Tropic Magazine with a weekly illustration for a column called True Lies. Before freelancing full time, Anthony worked as a creative director focusing on advertising to ethnic markets in the U.S. He was chosen to be in American Illustration 26, 28, and 32. He has been recognized in The Society of Illustrators of Los Angeles Illustration 43, 45, and 48 as well as a Third Place Award in the 2005 Alternative Pick Awards . In 2011 and 2014 had works selected in the Lurzer's Archive of Illustration's "200 Best Illustrators Worldwide". He has taught at Ringling School of Art and is in the Art Institute's online curriculum for multimedia graphics. He is currently adjunct faculty at Quinebaug Valley Community College. Anthony lives in the rural town of Putnam which is located in Northeast Connecticut with his wife, daughter, cat, Atticus, and studio mate, Sula, his yellow labrador. In his spare time he likes to ride his motorcycle, is a council member in two town organizations, practices zen meditation, and likes to travel abroad. Anthony is an political activist and believes that art has a obligation to inform the community and world about the truth.

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