robert lockwood

Robert Lockwood lives and works in Maine. He studied painting and design at the Philadelphia College of Art, and painting, drawing, and classical guitar in Madrid, Spain. He received a BFA and MFA at the Tyler School of Art, Temple University. He taught drawing and design at the Philadelphia College of Art and has shown his paintings and drawings at the former Marian Locks Gallery in Philadelphia and the O.K. Harris Hundred Acres Gallery in New York City. His work is in several museum and private collections.

In addition, Lockwood has redesigned hundreds of newspapers. He started the first international information graphics news service, “News Graphics.” He created the information graphics news service for the Associated Press and for 18 years worked as a consultant for AP’s executive editor and president. He led a series of seminars for the Centre de Perfectionnement des Journalistes et des Cadres de la Presse in Paris, France. With wife Nancy he operated a news design and editorial consultancy with clients in the U.S., Canada, South America, Europe and Southeast Asia. Lockwood was co-founder and first president of the Society for News Design, an international news organization. He is the author of the books, News by Design, whumsical, and George Anthiel gives a concert…

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