Lingard, Vivienne

Lingard, Vivienne

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residence
Auckland

In Brief

Vivienne Lingard is an illustrator, writer and teacher. Having lived and worked in Japan and Hong Kong, she has an extensive background in art, ranging from graphics to exhibiting fine art in dealer galleries. She has illustrated several fiction and non-fiction children’s books, including many children's readers. She is currently focusing on writing and editing adult fiction.

ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Lingard, Vivienne (1947 - ) is an illustrator, writer and teacher.

Vivienne Lingard grew up in the Hutt Valley. She lived and worked in Japan and Hong Kong before returning to New Zealand. Lingard has an extensive background in art, ranging from graphics through to exhibiting fine art in dealer galleries. She is a member of Storylines.

Lingard is a illustrator for children’s books. She illustrated The Lacquered Box (Reed, 2004) written by Don Long, Weaving Together written by Dawn McMillan (Reed, 2005) and The Special Treasure written by Tere Ngawai Gilbert for Learning Media. She has also illustrated many children's readers for Numberworks and Words.

Lingard completed a non-fiction book Saving Our Seas by Maria Gill, published by New Holland in 2009. The work was listed as a 2010 Storylines Notable Non-Fiction Book. Eco Agents by Maria Gill was also published in 2009..

Vivienne Lingard is currently living in Auckland where she is focusing on writing and editing adult fiction, although illustration remains a passion.

WRITERS IN SCHOOLS INFORMATION

Lingard is available for talks about writing and illustrating, and art workshops by arrangement.


Updated January 2017.