Lauren Mills

LAUREN MILLS is a book illustrator and author, sculptor and painter. She illustrated Anne of Green Gables, At the Back of the North Wind and many of her own books. The Rag Coat won numerous awards, including New York State’s Charlotte Award for Best Picture Book Fairy Wings, written by Mills and co-illustrated with her husband, Dennis Nolan, won the Golden Kite Medal for Best Picture Book from SCBWI and was optioned by three major film companies for feature film treatment. Illustrations from several of Mills’ books toured the United States in a show called, “Brave Little Girls”, after it’s first exhibition at the Museum of Women in the Arts in Washington, DC. Mills’ work has been included in the Best of Spectrum, Art Renewal Center’s International Salon Competition, Society of Sculptors, Portrait Society of America, Allied Artists of America, American Women Artists Exhibition, and the Exhibition of American-Chinese Realism. Lauren Mills’ art has been reviewed or featured in the Fine Art Connoisseur Magazine, Smithsonian, Chicago Tribune, LA Times, American Artist, Victorian Magazine and more. The NY Times described Mills’ watercolors for Tatterhood and the Hobgoblins as “ the point of PreRaphaelitism” and Washington Post wrote of her watercolors for The Rag Coat, “exquisite...complex.... and radiant.”

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