DENNIS LYALL



Dennis Lyall
'Charlotte Amalie Harbor'



Dennis Lyall
'By Force of Arms'


Dennis Lyall
'Lords of the Queen'

Dennis Lyall is a native of Iowa, and graduate of the University of Kansas (1968). He was awarded a Gold Medal for his work, while still a student, by the Society of Illustrators.

His career as an artist and illustrator have spanned 37 years. During his career, he has painted for many of America’s biggest and most successful advertisers and publishers. Clients have included Reader’s Digest, General Electric, Nabisco, Random House, NBC and National Geographic magazine.

He is well known for his designs for postage stamps. The U.S. Postal Service has issued 34 stamps of his design, including work in the current “Celebrate the Century” series, and the recent Irish Immigration issue.

Dennis Lyall often has work chosen for inclusion in the Society of Illustrators Annual exhibition. He is also a portrait artist, and has work in several private collections, as well as the collections of the U.S. Air Force, U.S. Coast Guard and Northeast Utilities.

He has served as a member of the Board of Directors of the Society of Illustrators in New York City.

Learn to Draw with Dennis Lyall
View a fascinating video presented by Master Artist, Dennis Lyall. Drawing is difficult because it involves the hands and the eyes... and the eyes are the problem. All of us LOOK, but few of us SEE. Check out this short video for a few more details and a quick drawing demonstration. Anyone with the interest and determination to draw can master the skill. It just takes practice (and patience) at training oneself to SEE. Even if you are interested in computer graphics, you need to know the basics of drawing, and I can help you.


J. Russell Jinishian Gallery, Inc.
1899 Bronson Road, Fairfield, CT  06824
Telephone: 203.259.8753 . Fax: 203.259.8761 . Email: rjinishian@optonline.net

©  J. Russell Jinishian - jrusselljinishiangallery.com
No information contained in this site, whether text or graphical may be reproduced in any manner
without prior permission of the copyright owner.