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February 5, 2016

Anne Wertheim’s atmospheric new book cover illustration was created for "Murder on the Rocks," part of the Mack's Bar Mysteries series. (more)

March 28, 2014

Every year the artists of Munro Campagna team up with a museum or other public institution to publish a gorgeous, topical 4-color calendar. The project brings together printers, paper companies and designers to produce the final project, this year celebrating The Field Museum in Chicago. (more)

April 26, 2013

Anne Wertheim has created three new puzzles for international game company, Ravensburger. The “Kittens” puzzle is sold with gem stones, which can be glued onto the puzzle when complete: (more)

August 13, 2012

Anne Wertheim's contribution to the 2013 calendar for the Joffrey Ballet is this illustration of “The Land of Sweets” from the second act of The Nutcracker. (more)

May 8, 2012

Anne Wertheim just completed these refreshing point-of-purchase illustrations for Eclipse gum. The illustrations can be seen in national retail stores. (more)

November 2, 2011

Anne Wertheim’s charming, lushly detailed illustrations deliver pure pleasure in the children's book, "Garter Snake at Willow Creek Lane," just published by the Smithsonian Backyard series, developed under the direction of curators for the Smithsonian's National Museum of Natural History. (more)

September 19, 2011

Anne Wertheim's new oceanic illustration was commissioned for a children's puzzle. The treasure chest and sunken ship are focal points she enjoyed most; the kids are sure to dig that turtle! (more)

August 2, 2011

Anne Wertheim brings us closer to ocean life in this COA Youth & Family Center's bus ceiling. The outside of the bus is wrapped to feature the local aquarium. (more)

April 18, 2011

Anne Wertheim created this new illustration for the Pacific Whale Foundation in Maui, an organization which is dedicated to protecting our oceans through science and advocacy. (more)

August 17, 2010

Anne Wertheim has illustrated her idealized vision of Wrigley Field in Chicago, longtime home of the Chicago Cubs and for nearly fifty years the Chicago Bears. (more)