Working from her studio in Hoboken, New Jersey, Anna Pinto does freelance work for private clients as well as many cultural and educational institutions. She has taught calligraphy in the Art Department of Long Island University in Brooklyn, and teaches workshops for various calligraphy and book arts groups around the country. She is a member of the Board of New York's Society of Scribes. Her specialties are the Italic style (see writing on HOME PAGE) and casual handwriting styles. She particularly enjoys incorporating color and drawing into her work, and working with clients to find just the right expressive solution for their projects. Her work has been seen in publications that range from Artist and Alphabet: Lettering Art in the Twentieth Century (Godine) to Drawing Dimensions: a Comprehensive Introduction by Cynthia Dantzic (Prentice Hall) and as props in film/television e.g., The Sorcerer's Apprentice, The Smurfs, The Immigrant, True Story, Manifest, The Gilded Age and The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel. Her work is represented in private collections as well as in the collections of libraries at Rutgers and Yale, and the San Francisco Public Library.
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