In 2011, Liz founded OXHIP studio to combine her passions for art and the physical sciences, and to provide her clients with a wide range of professional scientific illustration and graphic design with the highest level of responsiveness and quality client service.
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.
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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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.
Translating scientific concepts into visual stories that are engaging and educational.
Certificate in Natural Science Illustration from Rhode Island School of Design. BS in Animal Science from University of Vermont.
"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.