About Dalvero Academy
Dalvero Academy is a private school of drawing, reportage, illustration, design, and digital photo/video. All students are trained in intensive drawing, both from the model, at our Brooklyn studio, and on locations worldwide. We have conducted reportage workshops in New York, Paris, San Francisco, Seattle, DisneyWorld in Orlando, and at Mystic Seaport in Connecticut, where you can see our work exhibited until September 2013.

At Dalvero Academy we train students to become graphic communicators through many mediums, creating artists who choose to illustrate and communicate with their art. Please contact us if you are interested in our upcoming schedule of classes.

Dalvero’ Founders
Veronica Lawlor Veronica Lawlor’s romantically inclined reportage drawings have led her around the world, completing assignments for a diverse group of clients, including Brooks Brothers, Gallo Winery, the 3M Corporation and the Hyatt hotel chain. Her emotionally charged reportage series of the 9/11 World Trade Center attack is featured in the Newseum in Washington. In 2011 Veronica was nominated by Canson USA as their representative for the Canson Prix, and her work was presented at the Louvre in Paris. Veronica has written and illustrated several books and is on the faculty of Pratt Institute and Parsons the New School for Design. She is also the co-founder of the Dalvero Academy and the president of Studio 1482.
Margaret Hurst Margaret Hurst is a professor at Pratt Art Institute and Parsons School of Design, and is the co-founder of the Dalvero Academy. She is a member and VP of studio1482.com and cofounder of live2lime. Margaret is a graduate of Boston University and Parsons School of Design. She is the author/illustrator of “Grannie and the Jumbie.”

Ms. Hurst’s clients include: AT&T, Neurex, Anthology/Preface, Roche, DuPont, E&J Gallo, Knorr, DDB Canada, MasterCard, Stuart Tabori and Chang, Harper Collins, MedicusNY, Thomas Nelson Publishing, Boston Group, empirestudies.com.

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