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Tamisha is an art teacher and illustrator who received her bachelor’s degree in Psychology and Visual Arts from Rice University and her master’s degree in Computer Art from the School of Visual Arts in New York City.

She maintains her childlike wonder as an educator for the New York Historical Society and Harlem School of the Arts. Whether she is teaching art fundamentals or instructing through stories, songs and crafts, she finds that educating little ones always inspires her art. She uses Adobe Photoshop to bring her whimsical illustrations to life, but she loves using gouache, watercolor, and colored pencils in her creations. Tamisha also enjoys vintage art, clothes and jazz swing dancing.

Tamisha is represented by Anne Moore Armstrong — to work with Tamisha please email Anne

" gives Anthony’s bird illustrations space to shine."
"Certain to cultivate a love of nature in all who pick it up."
"A delectable celebration of a bicultural identity."
"Clean, accessible rhymes coupled with whimsical, playful illustrations of children from many races demonstrate the power and necessity of hope and teamwork in this warm and playful book."
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