Andrea D’Aquino is an artist and author of 3 books, her most recent, “A Life Made by Hand, The Story of Ruth Asawa” was published by Princeton Architectural Press. Her version of the classic “Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland” continues to be a best-seller of many versions of that book, and has been recognized with many international picture book awards. Her editorial illustrations appear regularly in the New York Times and many other publications online and in print. Her work has been exhibited in galleries in both US and Italy. Andrea enjoys occasional public speaking and workshop events at a various universities and bookshops in the US and UK.
How many mirrors and how many questions can we ask them all? Each of them reflect a different perspective; after all beauty is in the...View full product details
This colorful limited edition print by Andrea D'Aquino plays with textures and tones, lines and patterns. It depicts an everyday moment with intensity and beauty. Memory by...View full product details
The colors violet and purple represent the future, imagination and dreams, while spiritually and calming emotions. They inspire and enhance psychic ability and spiritual enlightenment,...View full product details
Om, the mantra, has three characteristics: creation, preservation and liberation. It symbolizes spiritual energy. In this limited edition print by Andrea D'Aquino, the vibrant and...View full product details
Who wouldn't love a fish tank that looks like a bowl of candy and a print that is like candy for the eye? Marvelous shapes...View full product details
“Why, sometimes I've believed as many as six impossible things before breakfast” wrote Lewis Carroll in alice in Wonderland, one of the most extraordinaries books in the...View full product details