Acclaimed American artist and illustrator - Mark Weber - is internationally recognized for painting vibrant whimsical animals set in lush tropical settings, as well as moody, dream-like pieces rendered in ink and wash. His work is greatly influenced by nature and life in the South.
Mark's world-class designs have been featured in a variety of publications over the years including The New York Times, Rolling Stone, The Wall Street Journal, The Washington Post, Chicago Tribune, Houghton Mifflin, Penguin Putnam, The International Herald Tribune, Rolling Stone, Playboy, Wilma Magazine, Cicada, Arthur Levine Books, Scholastic, LA Times Syndicate, American Eagle, Saucony Shoes, Bell Atlantic and NPR. He has illustrated a number of children's books such as Little Toot and the Lighthouse, The Pirate Princess, and Paul Bunyan. From 2005-2010, Mark illustrated the entire King School Series for Townsend Press, a series of young reader books written to help educate urban youth.
His unique paintings can be found in collections both private and corporate throughout the USA and Europe and at New Elements Gallery, Wilmington, NC. Mark continues to work as both a fine artist and illustrator welcoming new projects and challenges along the way.