"Late in the Day" - scratchboard/watercolor, 18" x 24"; piece created for the Grand Canyon Celebration of Art exhibit, September, 2012, which is a fundraiser for the Grand Canyon. Artist specializes in subjects of natural history, wildlife conservation, environmental protection, as well as illustrations for books, magazines, maps, zoos, and museums. Experienced in scratchboard, watercolor, acrylic, and oil painting.
For over a decade Adam has been conceptualizing, developing, designing, animating, illustrating and art directing interactive media for the museum and educational interactives industry. Adam has created and designed interactive media for The Smithsonian, McGraw-Hill, The Franklin Institute and the Georgia Aquarium, plus many more. He also has illustrations in the exhibit halls of The Perot Museum and The Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland.
From deep scientific concepts to animated cartoons for younger audiences, Adam has had the pri... Read More »
Emily produces detailed, accurate and appealing illustrations of animals, plants, artifacts, & fossils, including species illustrations, behavioral and anatomical renderings, habitat scenes and paleoreconstructions. Her experience includes projects as small as one simple illustration to as large as over 500 animal life illustrations. She works with scientists, art directors, editors, educators, graphic designers, government entities, and many other professionals and individuals to deliver high quality custom or stock art for a variety of uses.
Rachel Ivanyi is a freelance illustrator who works on a variety of natural history subjects. Trained as a zoologist and scientific illustrator, she has long been drawn to the minute variations that separate one species from another and much of her work reflects this. Her style ranges from highly detailed scientific renderings to more whimsical illustration, in a variety of traditional and digital media.
Rebecca illustrates plants for exhibitions in New Zealand and the USA as well as currently illustrating plants for a State Park. She prefers to study her plants in the field. She is also drawing and teaching field sketching techniques in both countries and has added to her education by becoming a Master Naturalist in Oregon.