Eric Westbrook is a professional artist, illustrator, and instructor living and working in Washington, DC. His paintings have been shown extensively in solo and group shows in and around the Washington DC area.
Recent exhibitions of his paintings have been held at Dumbarton Concert Gallery, Gallery Plan B, and the Arts Club of Washington. Paintings are held in private collections as well as in the permanent collection of the DC Commission on the Arts and Humanities. Recent work has focused on a series of portrait/figure paintings, featuring female subjects posed in dreamlike landscape settings. He is currently accepting portrait commissions.
His illustrations have been published by magazine, corporate, and government clients nationwide and internationally. Clients include Apple, National Public Radio, NASDAQ, Ernst & Young, the White House, Habitat for Humanity, and the Washington Opera.
Eric's illustrations are acrylic on canvas, and feature a textural brushstroke technique ideally suited to conceptual, informative, and thought-provoking assignments. Work is regularly awarded inclusion in juried shows of the Illustrators Club of Washington. "Genesis Ram" was awarded entry in the Society of Illustrators 43rd annual show in New York, and appears in the book "Illustrators 43".