VIRTUAL SCREENING Art of and by Veterans with Combat Artists Victor Juhasz and Elize McKelvey



Norman Rockwell Museum (9 MA-183, Stockbridge, MA 01262, Stockbridge MA)

A salute to Veterans through the eyes of illustrators Victor Juhasz and Elize McKelvey, who have documented real-life experiences of American servicemembers.
View on demand free of charge at beginning Friday, November 11, and on the Museum’s social channels.

About Victor Juhasz
Victor Juhasz was born in Newark, New Jersey. He exhibited an interest in drawing early in life but needed the prodding of his high school art teacher to abandon a fantasy of becoming a cross-country truck driver (in retrospect, a really awful idea) and recognize his calling to be an illustrator.
A graduate of the Parsons School of Design in New York City, 1975, Victor began illustrating in 1974 for THE NEW YORK TIMES while still a student. His humorous caricatures and illustrations have been commissioned by major magazines, newspapers, advertising agencies, and book publishers, both national and international and his clients have included TIME Inc., Newsweek, The National Observer (Canada), The Wall Street Journal, Esquire, GQ, Men”s Journal, The Village Voice, The Washington Post, Oxford University Press, Harper Collins, St. Martin’s Press, Grove/Atlantic, Sierra, Opera News, The Nation, Bozell, Foote Cone & Belding, Ogilvy & Mather, Werbeagentur Robert Putz (Germany), Proctor & Gamble, Morton Swinsky Productions and Jeffrey Richards Associates (Broadway producers).
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About Elize McKelvey
Freelance artist, traveling through life sharing stories through art. Combat Artist at National Museum of The Marine Corps
Visit Elize’s Instagram inkstickart  for additional information.