Greetings GNSI Followers!
Registration for the GNSI 2012 Conference
July 8-14, 2012, Savanah, Georgia
Now open to mail-in registrations.
On-line registrations should start in about one week. You can download the PDF 2012 Conference Form now from the conference website. We are receiving great support from the Savannah College of Art and Design, this will be a GREAT conference...you won't want to miss it!
Association of Medical Illustrators 67th Annual Meeting
July 25-28, 2012, Toronto, ON, Canada
Workshops on Wed, July 25
Conference proceedings Thurs, July 26- Sat, July 28
The AMI Annual Conference on medical and scientific visualization, the annual meeting of the Association of Medical Illustrators (AMI), will bring together a worldwide network of specialized interdisciplinary professionals to further the use of visual media to advance science education, communication, research, and understanding.
CALL FOR ENTRIES
Botanical Artists for Education and the Environment (BAEE), a group of botanical artists primarily in the Mid-Atlantic area of the US, have undertaken a project to publish a book of paintings about native plants. Because the destruction of native plants continues at an alarming rate, we hope our book will increase the public's knowledge and encourage use and conservation of this vital part of our natural heritage.
Submission: January 1, 2013. Entry fee: $25 for up to 5 paintings (only 3 will be selected for the book).
Chris Sanders's work will appear in two upcoming exhibits: Riverwinds Gallery in Beacon, NY April 14th - May 6. (Featured Artist)
Becky Uhler's watercolors original and prints of native plant and animal life are on exhibit through June 24, 2012 in The Art of Nature at the Museum of Natural and Cultural History, University of Oregon, Eugene OR. Check out Becky's website.
The workshop will be held June 22 through 26 at the Salish Kootenai College in Pablo, Montana, within the Flathead Indian Reservation.
This unique workshop, taught by artist and educator Linda M. Feltner, will provide an immersion into the people and environment of the Flathead Reservation. Interpreting the land, people, geography, flora, and fauna of an area is an assignment that any illustrator may encounter. We will discover the breadth of human history and native landscape and explore the means to capture its essence in interpretive illustrations.
Participants will be guided through the process of planning and developing a large scale project as if it were a contracted project or work assignment for a mural, magazine or book illustration, a museum or park interpretive display, a painting series, or any other potential project for a client. Participants will learn how to research, plan, and design an end product.
GNSI Education Series registration Early Bird deadline is April 20!
EVENT DATES: April 21 & 22, 2012 and June 1617, 2012
Learn the fundamentals of botanical painting in watercolor or work on specific more advanced skills. Small classes mean we cover what you would like to learn. Either work with the class on a specific skill or progress one of your own.
Subjects include: an introduction to necessary supplies, drawing and painting techniques, composition, choosing and mixing colors, creating colors, and more. This is an opportunity to learn the techniques required to capture flowers and other natural objects on paper in a series of straightforward steps. Supplies will be provided for beginners
COST: $120 for the 2 day workshop or $65/day
Lunch is included.
To register or find out more call Jeanne (541) 383-3927 or email email@example.com
EVENT DATE: August 25-26, 2012
Spend two days with botanical illustrators Jeanne Debons and Catherine Alexander in the old-growth forests and alpine meadows of the Wallowa-Whitman National Forest in Northeast Oregon. Learn to identify and illustrate native conifer species while viewing the wildlife and scenery in one of Oregon's most majestic and pristine settings. Art instruction will take place en plein air at the Wallowa State Park and a guided day hike on the Wallowa Lake Trail (easy to moderate) will bring you close to nature!
Cost: $195 for the workshop and $25 for optional guided field studies along the High Wallowa Loop Trail (moderate, high elevation) on Monday, August 27.