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Occasional news related to my natural science illustrations


September exhibit at local nature reserve

For the month of September, roughly 30 of my illustrations will be on display at the administration building of the rare Charitable Research Reserve in Cambridge, Ontario, including this Tiger …

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2011 GNSI Conference, Olympia, Washington

This summer I was fortunate to be able to attend the annual conference of the Guild of Natural Science Illustrators at the lovely Evergreen State College in Olympia, WA. I am …

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Great article about why photography does not replace illustration

Scientific American has a new blog about “the art of science and the science of art” called Symbiartic. As a science illustrator, I’m finding every entry relevant to my interests …

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Fish illustrations accompany Cool Cleveland article

In two recent entries at the CoolCleveland.com blog, a number of my fish illustrations accompany an article by Robert Carillio about Northeastern Ohio’s lesser known fish species. The Fishes of …

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Artwork in Juried 2011 Exhibit of the Guild of Natural Science Illustrators

This colored pencil drawing of a small North American freshwater fish is the work I chose to enter into this year’s Annual GNSI Exhibit at the Evergreen Gallery, The Evergreen …

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Sasquatch illustration featured on Royal Canadian Mint coin

The Royal Canadian Mint recently released a 25-cent colored collectable coin featuring my illustration of a Sasquatch. This coin is first in a series of three Mythical Creatures designs geared toward …

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2011 Exhibit of the Southern Ontario Nature and Science Illustrators

Today begins the inaugural exhibit of a local organization of illustrators – The Southern Ontario Nature and Science Illustrators . Since the group’s formation last year, I’ve served as its President. It …

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News article about trailside signs and Neutral Nation village: Ganödagwёhda:’ Dosgёh Gёhö:de’

I don’t know how to pronounce the name of the Neutral village, but you can find out what it means in the May/June 2011 issue of “Your Kitchener” publication. The …

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Illustrated trailside signs at Kitchener’s Huron Natural Area

Last week at their Huron Natural Area the City of Kitchener installed several signs near the entryway and along the trails. These signs interpret the ecology and cultural history of the …

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Recent Work: Paleozoic fishes

I recently completed these two watercolor and gouache paintings of Paleozoic fishes for a book about the natural history of the Atlantic Coast (not yet published).

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