Art Center College of Design, Pasadena CA 2000.
I combine accuracy with expression. What I want to express is the life, the aliveness of the subject, which is always nature.
Working mainly with traditional media, I'm happy to do anything from simple line drawings to full color landscapes, reconstructions, or animation.
With over 30 years of experience, Marjorie provides scientific art and illustrations that appeal to audiences of all ages. Her engaging depictions of flora, fauna and prehistoric life illuminate projects ranging from professional scientific journals and early-learner natural history books to permanent museum exhibits. Marjorie’s background in botany, biology, paleonotology, graphic design and her ability to work in both traditional and digital formats assures excellent client communication and work flow
I am a Ph.D.-level cell biologist by training, now specializing in the creation of eye-catching digital illustrations that portray the complex beauty of life at the cell and molecular level. I enjoy using interesting color palettes and elements of graphic design in all of my work, including simpler pieces such as schematic illustrations and diagrams. I am also fascinated by the use of 3D computer modeling to produce visual environments that can pull the viewer into a microscopic or molecular world.
Mesa Schumacher is the principal artist and illustrator of Mesa Information Art (www.mesaschumacher.com), an specializes in Scientific and Medical illustration and data visualization.
B.A. Antropological Science, Stanford University
Natural Science Illustration Graduate Certificate, University of Washington, and anM.A. Medical and Biological Art, Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine.
Mesa also works in general, conceptual, and editorial illustration (imaginationillustration.mesaschumacher.com),
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