pat_achilles_headshot_0919Pat Achilles is an award-winning illustrator with over 20 years of experience in corporate, advertising, book and editorial illustration. Her styles range from highly realistic to humorous cartoons to children’s literature, and she has had cartoons accepted and published in The New Yorker. She is a magna cum laude graduate of Moore College of Art in Philadelphia, where she was taught by the delightful Beth and Joe Krush and Bob Byrd. Pat is a co-founder of the Bucks County Illustrators Society and gives presentations on ‘What Authors Should Know about Book Illustration,’ geared especially for children’s book writers, and ‘Marketing for Illustrators.’ She is an adjunct professor in the illustration department at Moore. You can email her by clicking on the Contact page on the menu.

Pat is a former Art Director of Curriculum for Westminster Press, as well as the illustrator of the children’s books The Upside-Down Gardener, Once Upon a Poodle and The Adventures of the Poodle Posse series by Chrysa Smith, Let’s Visit New Hope by Gayle Goodman and Roy Ziegler, The Adventures of Charli by Franca Caserta, Green Andrew Green by Isabelle Holland, Mommy’s High Heel Shoes by Kristie Finnan, and The Lion, the Ostrich and the Squirrel for the Maasai Cultural Exchange Project.

Pat’s blog, Pencilled In, is frequently updated with gag cartoons, sketches and news about the illustration field. For information on ordering cards, books, prints and calendars illustrated by Pat, click on the Store page.

All images on this website are copyright Pat Achilles. They may not be used without the consent of the artist. All properties are copyright their respective owners.  For permission, licensing or commission fees, please write me via my Contact page.

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