New Work from Liz Sanders Agency Talent!

Liz Sanders’ illustrators have been very busy on a variety of projects – all delivering striking results. Check out a few of their most recent projects below. Be sure to view more of their work at Liz’s website.


Floral soap packaging illustration

SUDI McCOLLUM illustrated this lively bouquet evocative of embroidered vintage linens like you’d see on grandma’s kitchen towels. Client: Strawberry Hill Farm.



Savannah post card illustration

STEPH CALVERT created this illustration in partnership with UPPERCASE Magazine​ as part of their “Greetings from” and “Wish you were here” promotion. Artists were invited to create and share their vintage-inspired post card designs. Steph chose her splendid nearby city of Savannah, GA to depict.



Watercolor painting of cucumber slices

RANDI ZAFMAN’s latest exploration: Cucumbers for food packaging, paper goods, cookbooks or traditional watercolor and lettering. Her designs are managed digitally making production and edits very manageable.



Vintage inspired floral and food illustration.

This tranquil pattern with both Japanese and Chinese influences was created by SUDI McCOLLUM for organic soap packaging.



AMY NING was hired to create an illustration to grace the catalog cover of Kamana Academy. Located in Redondo Beach, CA, Kamana Academy is a private institution whose mission is to provide student’s access to Massage Therapy programs with training that is both comprehensive and professional.



JUDY REED SILVER designed this rug pattern and coordinating wallpaper collection as part of a new home decor series. This design plays well within a contemporary interior, both residential and commercial.



Digital illustration of L.A. Chefs.

AMY NING’s latest illustration for the LA Times/Saturday Section, ‘They Crave LA’. Amy’s art depicts a trio of celebrity chefs, Eddie Huang, Charles Phan & April Bloomfield.



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Amy Ning Lands the Cover of Prestigious Industry Leader, Workbook!

Amy Ning was selected from an esteemed list of potential candidates for the cover of the Spring 2017 Workbook, the leading creative resource for illustrators, photographers and production services. What an endorsement of her talent. She is an award winner many times over and we’re proud to show off one of her many achievements! Congratulations to Amy! See more of her work at Folioplanet and Workbook.

Amy is represented by Liz Sanders Agency.

Workbook Illustration Cover




Illustration of woman running.

Inside Back Cover





Illustration of naked woman covering herself.

Inside Section Divider




Amy Ning Illustrates Wild West Cowboy

Amy Ning’s cowboy illustration depicts this wrangler as a ‘rootin, tootin’, shootin’, fightin’ son-of-a-gun!

Amy is represented by Liz Sanders Agency. Be sure to take a look at more of Amy’s engaging work!

Illustrated cowboy
©Amy Ning



Amy Ning’s Illustration for the Village Voice

Amy Ning was commissioned by the Village Voice, a weekly 17″ by 11″ format newspaper and website. Village Voice features investigative articles, analysis of current affairs, culture, arts and music coverage, and events listings for New York City.
It was the first of the urban tabloid-format newspapers that came to be known as alternative weeklies, and as such is the oldest and largest newspaper of its kind in the United States.

Gay couple.
©Amy Ning



Amy Ning’s Mythological Phoenix

Amy Ning got her stylus in hand and created this beautiful illustration of the mythological creature, the Phoenix. In Greek Mythology, the Phoenix is said to live over 1400 years when a new Phoenix rises from the ashes of its predecessor signaling renewal or rebirth. Today, the Phoenix symbolizes a person of respect or marked uniqueness.

Be sure to watch for the partner to this image entitled “The Griffin”. It is soon to be showcased in this Fall’s Workbook.

You can see more of Amy’s award-winning art at Folioplanet, Workbook and her artist rep’s website, Liz Sanders Agency.

Digital illustration of mythological Phoenix.
©Amy Ning



Just Clowning Around with Amy Ning

Amy Ning created this illustration of father and son clowning around. She drew her inspiration from a Father’s Day concept. Be sure to check out more from Amy at Folioplanet and Workbook.

Amy is represented by Liz Sanders Agency.

Illustration of father and son clowns.

Little Miss Hillarett from Amy Ning

Amy Ning’s latest political caricature is entitled “Little Miss Hillarett”…Along came a spider and sat down beside her…and frightened Miss Hillaret away!

Please visit Amy’s Folioplanet Portfolio and Workbook Portfolio gallery entitled ‘Caricatures‘.

Amy is represented by Liz Sanders Agency.

Caricature illustration of Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders.
© Amy Ning



Amy Ning’s Caricature Illustration

Amy Ning enjoys creating caricatures, often adding an edge to the depiction via exaggeration, satire or comedy. Here is her latest art piece she simply entitles, ‘Trumpty’. Please visit her Workbook Portfolio gallery entitled ‘Caricatures‘.

Amy is represented by Liz Sanders.

Donald Trump caricature illustration



Local Philanthropy with Amy Ning

Charleston Magazine‘s art director, Camilla Van Eeckhoven, hired Amy Ning to create a visual for inclusion in their November issue. The article’s author, Linda M. Plunkett, a Charleston native, writes about the evolution of local philanthropy. Amy came up with this graphic illustration to express the concept of ‘giving back’ to the community in the article titled “Growing Good“.

Amy is represented by Liz Sanders Agency and you can see more of her work here and at her rep’s website.

Conceptual illustration showing local communities 'giving back'.
© Amy Ning

Kyle Poling and Amy Ning’s Spooktacular Images

Liz Sanders Agency artists, Amy Ning and Kyle Poling, have been busy scaring up some seriously great illustrations.

Kyle Poling created all kinds of cute Halloween characters for a fun and lively children’s book. Author Ilanit Oliver wrote Ten Flying Brooms for Scholastic Corporation, which Kyle happily illustrated bringing the educational children’s story to life. The counting story is filled with all sorts of rhyming and high-flying bats, witches and broomsticks and is sure to keep kids engaged and learning.


© Kyle Poling


Amy Ning created a graphic version of the usual Halloween suspects for the Orange County Register. The article entitled “Scary Stories” features Amy’s frightfully good image. We simply love her work!


Illustration of Halloween characters
© Amy Ning