Tag: paleoreconstruction


A fossil worm new to science, but half a billion years old

About a year ago I was finalizing an illustration of a very special fossil invertebrate that hadn’t yet been officially named or described….It is exciting to see that Dr. Nanglu’s and Dr. Caron’s research about the fossil, named Gyaltsenglossus senis, is now published, along with my illustration….I’m so thrilled to have played a role in bringing this Burgess Shale animal to life.

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An Early Jurassic ammonoid

This past April I completed a commission for amateur paleontologist W.C. (Cory) Brimblecombe, who asked me to create a painting of an Early Jurassic ammonoid fossil. (Ammonoids are extinct relatives …

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Brachiopod illustration in juried Focus on Nature exhibit

Focus on Nature (FON) is a biennial juried exhibit of nature and science illustration. The exhibit is organized and hosted by the New York State Museum in Albany; this year …

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New book with my illustrations: The Atlantic Coast, a Natural History

Last week’s mail yielded a delightful surprise – a copy of Greystone Books’ just-released title The Atlantic Coast; A Natural History by Harry Thurston. Read the description here on amazon.ca. I …

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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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