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Priscilla Newcomb
93 High Street
Winsted, CT
(860) 738-7374
glyphgraphics@gmail.com

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About the Artists:

Priscilla Newcomb is a graphic artist, photographer, digital artist, poet and freelance writer. She studied photography with photojournalist Manny Rubio, and has shown in regional juried and invitational exhibits. In the last year she has had four solo exhibits of her photography and digital art. Ms. Newcomb is an award-winning graphic artist, providing branding and comprehensive design services for businesses nationwide. She also specializes in assisting visual and performing artists and writers with organizing and promoting their creative businesses.

In addition to her work in the visual arts, Ms. Newcomb has been singing professionally since 1968, and has been teaching voice since 1980. Ms. Newcomb has been writing poetry since early childhood and was first
published as a poet at age 9. Her poems have appeared in regional small
press publications and she has completed a book-length poetry manuscript.