Est. 2003



Studio Manager

Studio Manager

SALLY WERN COMPORT began her career as an artist at age 15, drawing furniture newspaper ads for her dad’s [much more innocent] Mad-Men-era advertising agency. Since then, her prolific catalog of creative works span decades, applying visual problem solving to editorial concepts, corporate collateral, children’s publications, commercial branding design, and large-scale art. 

Comport is a Summa Cum Laude graduate of the Columbus College of Art and Design and earned her graduate degree from Syracuse University and continues to guest lecture and teach at Maryland Institute College of Art. She co-founded W/C Studio Inc., a commercial art studio in 1986 with clients as wide ranging as American Express Bank, Microsoft, UPS, and Simon Schuster Publishing. Her work is included in the permanent collection of the Museum of American Illustration in New York.

Comport established her design studio Art at Large, Inc. in 2003, which specializes in large-scale artistic solutions for interior and exterior spaces. Clients include George Washington’s Mount Vernon, University of Maryland Rehabilitation & Orthopedic Institute, the Harriet Tubman Visitors Center, Anne Arundel Medical Center, and the Maryland Historical Society. She serves as a designer/consultant to several non-profit Boards, including Providence Center, Visit Annapolis, and the public art initiative she co-founded in 2004 known as ArtWalk.  

Comport’s latest picture books include Love Will See You Through: Martin Luther King Jr.’s Six Guiding Beliefs by Dr. Angela Farris Watkins and Ada’s Violin by Susan Hood, for which she has received many honors including the Christopher Award, the 2017 Flora Stieglitz Straus Award, and inclusion in The Society of Illustrator’s Original Art Show. 

Sally is represented by Shannon Associates in New York City, and resides with her family in Annapolis, Maryland.

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LINDSAY BOLIN LOWERY graduated in 2010 Cum Laude from Maryland Institute College of Art with a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Illustration.
Lindsay has been with Art at Large since the summer of 2010 managing communications, production, administration, and contributing to illustration, writing, and design projects.

Lindsay specializes in drawing, watercolor, & printmaking media, with a love for crafting handmade items for her line of wares, LBo Craft (pronounced elbow). Special illustration projects include Blue Moon Brewing Co.'s 20th Anniversary Limited Edition 20 Artist, 20 Labels Series, illustration for Johns Hopkins Nurse Magazine, live sketching in collaboration with the Baltimore/Annapolis Handmade Quarterly, and custom hand-lettering for business and event branding.

Lindsay is the administrative director and social media publisher of the Annapolis Arts District, as well as an arts and culture blogger for Visit Annapolis & Anne Arundel County. Lindsay serves as a consultant on Providence Center's Entrepreneurial Committee, providing her experience in marketing and production of independent small-batch art/craft operations.

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