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"A.Simonnet" <[log in to unmask]>
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Thu, 30 Nov 2000 15:09:54 -0800
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Hi Lee,

I can recommend you the Natural Science Illustration
program at UC Santa Cruz, it is really good. You will
learn about illustration techniques and get advice on
how to start a career in scientific (biological)
illustration. Check it out...and the campus is
Good Luck,


--- "Lee A. Nordstrom" <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
>  Hi Everyone,
>         I would like to introduce myself as a new
> member to this list
> serve.  My name is Lee Nordstrom, and I am a senior
> at Kalamazoo College
> in MI.  I have majors both in studio art and biology
> so I have developed
> great interest in biological illustration.  Sadly, I
> feel as though
> it is impossible for me to find enough information
> on this field.  While
> searching the web, I have found information about
> five different medical
> illustration master's programs and one program in
> California that offers a
> Scientific Illustration Certificate.  I would like
> any advice about how to
> get started in the field of biological illustration.
>  My interests in
> biology are entomology, cells and botany, is there a
> biological
> illustration program that covers illustration of
> various cellular fields
> yet also includes other biological fields that are
> less medical? Thank
> you for taking time to read my quick message, I
> would be very appreciative
> for any advice.
>                                         Lee

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