I may like to share about the reconstruction of a Docodont. Will follow up
with a title, etc. The critter from the 2006 GNSI annual show.
Thanks for the invite.
Mark A. Klingler
Scientific Illustrator/ Designer
Section of Vertebrate Paleontology
Carnegie Museum of Natural History
4400 Forbes Avenue
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15213
Work Phone: 412. 622. 1946
Home Phone: 724. 337. 3537
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Museum artist's depictions of ancient animals, modern creatures go on
Of feathers, fur and fossils
By Byron Spice,
Works By Acclaimed Nature Illustrator Mark A. Klingler On Exhibit At AAAS
By Kelly Gayden Osborn,
American Association for the Advancement of Science
A one-man show of fur, feathers, and fossils.
By Christopher Pratt
On 9/16/06 7:22 AM, "Parrish, Mary" <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
> Hi Sci-Art,
> I am looking for 20 minute talks for a 1/2 day paleo session (requested by
> GNSI annual meeting organizers).
> The 20 minute paleo talks are intended to be informal presentations of recent
> work or work in progess for the purpose of gathering together, keeping up to
> date with one another, the profession, and to meet other paleo colleagues from
> around the world.
> Anything paleo (including geology) is appropriate. Scholarly work, children's
> books, and everything in between is welcome. Computer art to oil painting to
> paper sculpture (all media welcome).
> Please respond to me directly if interested. Deadline (title of talk):
> November 15. Marlene Donnally (Field Museum) is co-coordinator, but please
> contact me for this part.
> Mary Parrish
> Department of Paleobiology
> National Museum of Natural History
> Smithsonian Institution
> Washington, D.C.