Angie J - Pennsylvania Caricature Artists - About Faces Entertainment

Angie J - Pennsylvania Caricature Artists

Angie is an international artist who has been 'facing' people professionally since 1988 and has appeared in multiple publications. Angie attended Kutztown University, with a major in Theatre and Related Arts, won many art awards, and published cartoons in many newspapers and military brochures.

Angie recently won an international award for Best Cartoon Style in 2008, is author of a book about digital caricatures and her digital caricatures has recently been published in the Corel Painter Magazine. Angie has since been making appearances across the nation drawing at private parties, company picnics and special events. Angie client's include names like Google, The Coca Cola Company, Merck/Johnson and Johnson, Ralph Lauren, Ceasar's Resorts, Marcolin USA and many more. Angie is constantly the hit of the party, with several people being entertained just by watching her hands do their magic! Angie brings out the best in a face (even when she doesn't have much to work with! *wink*) Let's 'face' it, Angie will draw a crowd!

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Drawing Speeds (drawing speeds are an indication of what the artist is capable of and are not guaranteed)

Traditional Caricatures:
  • B&W Heads Only: 15-20 people per hour
  • B&W Body / Gag: 10-12 people per hour
  • Color Heads Only: 10-12 people per hour
  • Color Body / Gag: 8-10 people per hour


  • $210/hour, with a 2 hour minimum.

*All pricing is in US Dollars and is subject to change if your specific requirements differ from the descriptions.

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