Gail’s love of hand lettering and design go back to third grade when she had to write 500 times “I will make an effort to improve my conduct in the cafeteria”. That exercise was a meditation on creating beautiful letter shapes. Since then, Gail’s work has been featured in national magazines, on the walls of the Baseball Hall of Fame and on Martha Stewart’s Televion Show. She finds joy in making things of beauty in which others delight. Logos, family trees, wedding invitations, maps, monograms, illustrations, fabric design…it’s a long list. Make an appointment to visit her studio. You are in for a treat!
At a glance
- With an insatiable appetite for hand lettering, Gail can work in a broad range of familiar styles and new designs.
- "As seen on Martha Stewart Living", you can see Gail's appearances on her Facebook Page "Gail Brill Design".
- When in Cooperstown, be sure to visit the 2nd floor of the National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum to see Gail's calligraphed certificates for the Frick and Spink Awards.