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Sharon Birzer

www.sharonbirzer.com
Scientific illustrator Sharon Birzer has a BFA from Cornish College of the Arts, an​ MFA from the University of Washington, and a certificate in science illustration from the University of Washington. She has held residencies at the North Cascades Institute Environmental Learning Center, the Helen Whiteley Center at Friday Harbor Laboratories at the University of Washington College of the Environment, and the Nordic Art Association in Stockholm, Sweden. View a portfolio of Sharon’s scientific, botanical, and interpretive work on her website.

    Natural History Illustration: A Foray into Observations Drawing
    Center for Urban Horticulture
    Seattle, WA
    October 3 – November 14, 2018 (7 Wednesdays)

    Artist and natural history illustrator, Sharon Birzer, will lead this seven-week drawing course. Participants will sharpen their observational skills while learning how to create gesture sketches and illustrations for scientific purposes. Participants will work in the following media: graphite, pen​ and ink, colored pencil, and watercolor. Additional information is available on the course webpage. Cost: $275

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Gretchen Kai Halpert

www.gretchenhalpert.com
Gretchen Kai Halpert is the founder and instructor of an online program in scientific illustration. A graduate of the Rhode Island School of Design/ CE, Gretchen has many years of experience working as a scientific illustrator and teaching natural science illustration.

Learn more about the distance learning program in scientific illustration at www.gretchenhalpert-distanceprogram.com. Check out her blog and enjoy the student artwork. Sign up for the SIDP newsletter to keep abreast of opportunities.


    Scientific Illustration, Session I, Graphite

    September 10-November 19, 2018 (Mondays)
    1:00-3:00 or 7:00-9:00 EST or email
    On-Line

    How do you take a three-dimensional object and translate it on to a two-dimensional plane? This course offers botanical and scientific illustration drawing skills in graphite; perspective, proportion; value; textures; introduction to pen and ink; scientific conventions; lighting; transferring and scanning. It includes handouts; tutorials; live video conferencing; and email. Beginning and intermediate students.


    Scientific Illustration, Session III, Color

    September 4-November 13, 2018 (Tuesdays)
    1:00-3:00 or 7:00-9:00 EST or email
    On-line

    Session III includes watercolor, colored pencil, digital options, advanced composition and projects, professional practices and preparation for internships/independent studies/or portfolio development. Live video conferencing, email, weekly critiques and assignments, recorded tutorials. Prerequisites: having completed Sessions I and II, or permission from the instructor.

    In all classes, students choose their subjects, from botanicals to fossils, and draw primarily from specimens versus photographs.

    Classes are listed on the website:
    www.gretchenhalpert-distanceprogram.com


Registration
: Download form or contact Gretchen.

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By Taina Litwak, Program Co-coordinator, GNSI Conference

The Guild of Natural Science Illustrators would like to invite you to join us at the 50th Anniversary GNSI Conference in Washington, D.C., July 15-21, 2018. Illustrators, artists, scientists and educators will gather to showcase award-winning work and new techniques that shape diverse fields of inquiry where science and art converge. We hope you will join fellow artists and science communicators this summer at this historic gathering in Washington D.C., where the GNSI began back in 1968.

Conference registration is now open.

View the conference website at http://2018.conf.gnsi.org.

For more information, please contact Shannon Russell, Local Expert, GNSI Conference 2018.

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The Scientific Illustration Distance Program begins a new session next month. During this term, students have the opportunity to learn traditional and digital techniques.

Here is what’s new at Classes Near You > New York:


    Gretchen Kai Halpert

    www.gretchenhalpert.com
    Gretchen Kai Halpert is the founder and instructor of an online program in scientific illustration. A graduate of the Rhode Island School of Design/CE, Gretchen has many years of experience working as a scientific illustrator and teaching natural science illustration.

    Learn more about the distance learning program in scientific illustration at www.gretchenhalpert-distanceprogram.com. Check out her blog and enjoy the student artwork. Sign up for the SIDP newsletter to keep abreast of opportunities.


    Gretchen Kai Halpert
    Scientific Illustration, Session II, Pen and Ink

    March 27-May 29, 2018
    1:00-3:00 or 7:00-9:00 EST or email
    On-line

    Pen and Ink is a staple for scientific illustrators. This class gives you an opportunity to immerse yourself in proficiency. Pen and ink, crowquill, line and wash techniques, composition, scratchboard, working from life, professional practices, final projects, practice with preparing and sending artwork digitally. The course includes handouts; tutorials; weekly live video conferencing; small classes, individual attention. Beginning and intermediate students.


    Gretchen Kai Halpert
    Scientific Illustration, Session III, Color

    March 27-May 29, 2018
    1:00-3:00 or 7:00-9:00 EST or email
    On-line

    Session III includes watercolor, colored pencil, digital options, advanced composition and projects, professional practices and preparation for internships/independent studies/or portfolio development. Live video conferencing, email, weekly critiques and assignments, recorded tutorials. Prerequisites: having completed Sessions I and II, or permission of the instructor.

To apply, complete the Registration Form or contact Gretchen.

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Sign up for the website or email Gretchen.

Follow Gretchen on Facebook and Twitter.

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The next class in the scientific illustration program by scientific illustrator and teacher Gretchen Kai Halpert begins on April 12. Read below for more information and to register.


Gretchen Kai Halpert

www.gretchenhalpert.com
Gretchen Kai Halpert is the founder and instructor of a new online program in scientific illustration. A graduate of the Rhode Island School of Design, Gretchen has many years of experience working as a scientific illustrator and teaching programs about natural science illustration.

Learn more about the distance learning program in scientific illustration at www.gretchenhalpert-distanceprogram.com.

Here is what’s coming up next!

    Scientific Illustration, Session II (Pen and Ink)
    April 12 – June 14, 2016

    In this class, you become adept with crow quill and ink on both paper and scratchboard; work on composition, technical accuracy, how to conduct research, and producing portfolio pieces. Weekly assignments; video conferencing; tutorials; individual critiques on every assignment; interaction with classmates.

    Go to www.gretchenhalpert-distanceprogram.com to view application on home page or email Gretchen Halpert.

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Gretchen Kai Halpert
www.gretchenhalpert.com
Gretchen Kai Halpert is the founder and instructor of a new online program in scientific illustration. A graduate of the Rhode Island School of Design, Gretchen has many years of experience working as a scientific illustrator and teaching programs about natural science illustration.

Learn more about the distance learning program in scientific illustration at http://www.gretchenhalpert-distanceprogram.com.


    Scientific Illustration, Session I, Graphite

    January 26-March 29, 2016
    7:00-9:00 EST or email
    On-Line
    Session I includes basic drawing skills that are the background to any and all illustration. We cover lighting, scientific conventions, proportion, perspective and value, working from life and from a variety of natural history objects. Students work in graphite, and are introduced to crow quill with ink. This class is appropriate for both beginners and intermediate students. Advanced students should talk with Gretchen before enrolling.
    Go to www.gretchenhalpert-distanceprogram.com to view application on home page.


    Scientific Illustration, Session II, Pen and Ink

    January 18-March 28, 2015 (no class Feb 16)
    Session II focuses on composition, technical accuracy, how to conduct research, and producing portfolio pieces. In this class, we become adept with crow quill and ink on paper and scratchboard.

    Go to www.gretchenhalpert-distanceprogram.com to view application on home page.



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Gretchen Kai Halpert

www.gretchenhalpert.com
Gretchen Kai Halpert is the founder and instructor of a new online program in scientific illustration. A graduate of the Rhode Island School of Design, Gretchen has many years of experience working as a scientific illustrator and teaching programs about natural science illustration.

Learn more about the distance learning program in scientific illustration at http://www.gretchenhalpert-distanceprogram.com.


Scientific Illustration, Session I, Graphite

September 21-November 23, 2015
Mondays 7:00 pm EDT (or email)
On-line

Session I includes basic drawing skills that are the background to any and all illustration. We cover lighting, scientific conventions, proportion, perspective and value, working from life and from a variety of natural history objects. Students work in graphite, and are introduced to crow quill with ink. This class is appropriate for both beginners and intermediate students. Advanced students should talk with Gretchen before enrolling.


    Scientific Illustration, Session II, Pen and Ink

    September 16-November 18, 2015
    Wednesdays 7:00 pm EDT (or email)
    On-line

    Session II Focuses on composition, technical accuracy, how to conduct research, and producing portfolio pieces. In this class, students become adept with crow quill and ink on paper and scratchboard.


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