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Abigail Gray Swartz, is a Maine-based Fine Artist and Illustrator. Known for her award winning New Yorker magazine Women's March-cover. Abigail's work focuses on themes of social justice, motherhood, and time spent in nature. Her work is whimsical, humorous, colorful, and inspiring.
Abigail offers custom murals for schools, museums, and businesses. You don't have to live in Maine to commission a mural. Click on the image to fill out our contact form to start your project.
Commission a logo from Abigail for your podcast, business, packaging, and more. Visit the "Logo" section in Abigail's portfolio to see more of her past work.
Abigail's illustrations have appeared in The NY Times, The New Yorker plus other magazines and news papers. Get in touch to commission editorial artwork.
Abigail is known for her portraits of inspiring role models and their quotes. Get in touch to have Abigail illustrate a custom portrait for you.
Puzzles, apparel, home goods, accessories and more- are just some of the things that feature Abigail's art. Use the contact form below to discuss your licensing needs. Stay tuned for Abigail's line of fabric and wall paper arriving later this summer.
Abigail also illustrates picture books and book covers. She illustrated her first book, "The Safe Return" published by House of Tomorrow Books in 2020.
Get in touch to chat about collaborating by using the contact form below. And see more of her work by visiting her portfolio.
“Illustrating written work is tricky — it’s creating art that serves another piece of art. I found myself repeatedly referencing the beautiful work Abigail Gray Swartz is doing as the current artist-in-residence for the New York Times Motherlode column. She’s really been nailing it lately.”
“Abigail is a fantastic illustrator and wonderful to work with as well. She brilliantly executes conceptual essays in creative ways. As an artist, she can create a variety of illustrations that all reflect her own style yet are anything but repetitive; some have a watercolor wildness while others are more graphic and still. As a colleague, Abigail is fast, meets deadlines without fail, always willing to re-work something and highly flexible. I can’t recommend her highly enough. ”
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-Dark Star Books & Comics
I’m hooked! Everything I have purchased so far is always and consistently better in person. Abigail continues to both captivate and blow my mind every time with the high quality artwork she produces.
- AB Combs
Abigail’s work makes my heart sing. I hired her to illustrate a children’s book for my small press. She was such a pleasure to work with, but the real proof is in how beautiful the book turned out. Pretty much every positive review we have received from reviewers has commented on the beautiful illustrations. He work is fresh, but has a timeless appeal.”
Having worked with Abigail on several projects now—from commercial to creative—I can confidently say that Abigail is a wonderful, intuitive and fabulously professional illustrator and I look forward to working with her again soon.
Alex Steed, Cohost of Why are Dads? podcast and Knack Factory
Get in touch with Abigail to inquire about your custom art project from murals, to picture books, portraits, logos, and more.