Gail has been a freelance illustrator and graphic designer since 1976. She has worked on projects of all sizes and types, from business cards to billboards, book illustrations, interpretive graphics and fine art pieces. She prides herself on working well with her clients to create art that is accurate, elegant and functional. Favored media include watercolor, acrylics, colored and graphite pencil, and ink; she works in Photoshop, Illustrator and InDesign.
"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.
Medical and biological illustrator specializing in translating complex scientific information through illustration, animation, web and interactive design.
Christopher's scientific areas of expertise are human and comparative anatomy, pathology, embryology and cell biology. In addition, he has extensive knowledge of surgical procedures and treatments ranging from orthopedics to neurosurgery.
A natural illustrator with a focus on animals, Natalya creates work that strikes a balance between accuracy and expressive, original interpretation. Utilizing traditional and digital techniques, her images bring contemporary energy to their subjects, engaging viewers emotionally, as well as conveying complex scientific details. She has over 10 years of professional experience working with editors, publishers, design firms, universities, and zoological and botanical institutions to create artwork for print, packaging, apparel and exhibits.