>Yes, thank you this is my best resource as of yet, I have this book and
>have gone through it prior to this note. It is a great book!! I am still
>needing more information. (For what I am doing I also need more than one
>reference). Specifically, something that would support the fact that many
>scientists do not posses the drawing skills they need inorder to produce
>documentation for their research.
>If anyone out there has any more ideas, please send them to me. Articles
>that specifically blend art and science would be a starting point. With an
>emphasis concerning the need for art in science.
Perhaps some of the information describing the medical/scientific
illustration schools (at their websites) would help. Or even the sites of
There is also a marvelous older book published in 1973 you may find in the
library that could be helpful.
"The Artist in The Service of Science"
editor - Walter Herdeg
THe Graphis Press
Also the AMI sells ($10.00) a book on the history of the association AND
the history of
medical/scientific illustration that might be useful. (404 - 350 - 7900,
John Nyquist, MS, CMI
University at Buffalo
Buffalo, New York 14214
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