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Gail Guth <[log in to unmask]>
Fri, 16 Dec 2016 12:17:02 -0500
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THANK YOU, Linda and OC! and many thanks to /everyone/ who contributed 
to this and all other Journals! We can't do this without GREAT content 
from our members.

Speaking of which:

We are in need of articles for future Journals! PLEASE put on your 
thinking cap and consider making a contribution. We are a peer-reviewed 
publication,so those of you who need to publish for your careers, this 
is the perfect venue; it's great for your resumé, and great for the 
GNSI. If you are giving a talk, or have come up with a unique way to 
teach sci art, if you've found an interesting medium or combination of 
media to work in, let us know!

As always, you don't need to be an accomplished writer, we'll work with 
you to put the polish and shine on your idea. Articles of any reasonable 
length are welcome.
Don't be shy!

Also, if you have an idea for a good Journal article that you would like 
to see us develop (question about a processor technique - digital or 
traditional, using a particular medium, where to find resources, the 
businessof art, etc) let us know as well. We might be able to seek out 
someone to write it up. For example, we'll be covering several of the 
latest listserv discussions and using friskets in upcoming issues.

Information about upcoming shows, workshops, or awards and publications 
will be published onthe GNSI website; send that material to Diana 
Marques. Articles and how to's for the Journal can be sent to me, Clara, 
or Britt. If in doubt, send it on anyway and we will redirect to the 
proper recipient!

Start thinking about your exhibit entry and auction donation, details 
will be out soon: we will be publishing an all-conference bulletin 
shortly after the New Year.


[p.s. If you are trying to remember in which issue a particular article 
can be found, I have an index covering the last several years, from 2012 on]

On 12/12/16 11:42 AM, OC Carlisle wrote:
> Another BEAUTIFUL GNSI journal. Always an inspiration!
> Thank you to everyone who contributed to this magazine.
> Look forward to the printed edition; will join Linda with a cuppa tea 
> and chocolate.
> Best wishes for continued success!
> OC Carlisle
> Scientific Illustration, Photographic Fine Art
> Guild of Natural Science Illustrators
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> “Take Flight And Soar With Your Dreams”
>> On Dec 12, 2016, at 9:46 AM, Linda Feltner <[log in to unmask] 
>> <mailto:[log in to unmask]>> wrote:
>> This Journal looks Fabulous!!!
>> Congratulations to the Journal editors and all who assisted.
>> I have only begun to dip into the articles, but they look amazing. 
>> I'll have to curl up with a cuppa tea and enjoy!
>> Again, thank you!
>> Linda
>> ___________________________
>> Linda M. Feltner Artist, LLC
>> Guild of Natural Science Illustrators, President
>> (520) 803-0538
>> <>
>> On Dec 11, 2016, at 10:20 PM, Britt Griswold wrote:
>>> The latest *GNSI 2016 Journal, No.3 Issue 
>>> <>* is 
>>> now available for download online FREE to members! The print 
>>> membership version is in the mail now. To download the Journal, log 
>>> in to your member profile, place the order in the cart; access the 
>>> Cart under the Store link in the main menu.
>>>   * /*History of Biological Illustrators in Japan*/
>>>     — The history of Japanese scientific illustration, and discuss
>>>     how the practice has changed since the introduction of western
>>>     science.
>>>   * /*Goldenrod: a passion a grant and a life-size illustration*/
>>>     — A research grant opportunity through Canada’s Access Copyright
>>>     Foundation!
>>>   * /*Member Spotlight: Kris Kirkeby
>>>     <>*/
>>>     — “We had a young daughter who liked science and we didn’t quite
>>>     know what to do with her other than encourage her.” What a gift!
>>>   * /*In Memoriam: Dr. John Cody*/
>>>     — The passing of one of the GNSI’s shining stars.
>>>   * /*Book Reviews: */
>>>     – *Dining With Dinosaurs: A Tasty Guide to Mesozoic Munchies*
>>>     <>
>>>     – The Hunt Botanical 15th International Ehxibition
>>>   * /*GNSI Conference: Santa Cruz
>>>     <>*/
>>>     – Banana Slugs!
>>>   * /*A Collaborative Chalk Mural: concept to exhibition*/
>>>     – Never waste a good crisis, the saying goes. In late January
>>>     2016 it became clear that a physical members’ exhibit in Santa
>>>     Cruz was not possible...
>>>   * /*SLUG SELFIES!: Using Social Media To Share A GNSI Conference*/
>>>     – To help spread what is seen, felt, shared, learned and enjoyed
>>>     at the Santa Cruz conference
>>>   * /**/ <>
>>>     — Display your portfolio! GNSI members receive a 45% discount on
>>>     a one-year Portfolio Membership.
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Gail Guth
Guth Illustration & Design
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Battle Creek, MI  49014-5076
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