Taught 'Conceptual Thinking for Illustrators' at School of Visual Arts in NYC for five years. Have taught and continue to teach the Daedal Doodle curriculum in schools across the northeast such as the High School of Art and Design and Panther Valley High School. Also guest lectured on the Daedal Doodle Curriculum at The Metropolitan Museum of Arts, the Allentown Art Museum, and Rikers Island Prison.
The Daedal Doodle curriculum concept is simple, easy to explain and flexible enough to personalize. Educational on multiple platforms, blending drawing, vocabulary and visual thinking. Cross-Curriculum.
NEA Educational Grants, Independent Publishers Award for Daedal Doodle.
Arts Students League, High School of Art & Design, Art Center College of Design, and the School of Visual Arts.
Born in Brooklyn, New York, Victor Stabin became an artist in narrative painting, an interest and talent he pursued from his teenage years. His work is inspired by many facets of his own life including his family, an interest in the connection between man and nature, water and the water’s edge, doodling, 20th Century Surrealists, the 19th Century Japanese watercolor print artists, the Advertising Art, Graphic Arts and Modern Art of the 20th Century, the spirit of the Italian Renaissance, and the fragility of life.