"It's Almost Christmas"

"You'll Shoot Your Eye Out"

"Miss Shields

The Margins"

"Genius on Cleveland Street"

"When You're a Wimp"

"It's a Major Award"

 "Ralphie to the Rescue"

"Up On Santa's Lap"

"I Never Wanted to Touch That Lamp"

"Red Ryder BB Gun"

"Somewhere Hovering Over Indiana"

"Higbees Department Store"

"Scott 'Scut' Farcus -

the bully"

"Somewhere Hovering Over Indiana"

"What About My Glasses"

"Red Ryder Carbine Action BB Gun"

"That's What a Mother Does"

"You'll Shoot Your Eye Out"

"F   U   D   G   E"

"Help Me Ralphie"

Baltimore native and world-renowned artist Jay Wolf Schlossberg-Cohen prepared these truly unique illustrations during a live performance of A Christmas Story.

Jay's paintings and drawings are in public and private collections worldwide.

Major works include: Portrait of President Bill Clinton, hanging in the White House residence; The Los Angeles Philharmonic-The Hollywood Bowl Series; The 118th Preakness Celebration (the only painting at Baltimore-Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport); Alvin Alley Dance-Winter in Lisbon; Samson & Delilah, for The Baltimore Opera Company; The Peabody Preparatory-100th Anniversary, and many more.

We are so honored that Jay displayed his talents with our production.  

"I Can't Put My Arms Down"

"It's A Sticky Situation"

"It's Duck"

"It All Comes Down to 

​Christmas Day"

"Worst Day of My Life"

"A Christmas Story"

"Pink Nightmare"

Meet the Artist:

​Jay Wolf Schlossberg-Cohen

"Help Me Ralphie"

"Whether it be a famous performer, an image of our favorite mountain view, or the neighbor next door, Jay Wolf Schlossberg-Cohen imparts a dynamism, a force, a magic into the image that moves you to a new level of seeing, of feeling, of experiencing the cycles of our lives."