NEW IN THE GNSI STORE
The latest GNSI
2013 Journal, No.2 Spring Issue is now available for download
online FREE to members! The print membership version is in the mail
This issue has some great articles, including:
- Un-Feathering the Bird
Author Katrina van Grouw describes her 25 year journey creating
a spetacular book.
Review: Unfeathered Birds
Bruce Bartrug tells you how good The Unfeathered Bird
- Science On a Sphere: Viewing Planets in the Round!
Britt Griswold describes this exhibit technology.
Review: The Laws Guide to Drawing Birds, by John Muir Laws
Linda M. Feltner reviews a new bird drawing instruction guide.
- Illustrating Nature: CSUMB class of 2013 Exhibit
A selection of images from the annual student exhibit
- Pages From My Sketchbook
Gretchen Kai Halpert describes her recent Asia trip.
SYDNEY PRENTICE (1873-1943): The Art of Drawing Fossil
Mary Parrish & Julia Coursey describe the history and
technique of a Smithsonian science art legend.
- Member Spotlight: David Fierstein
David Fierstein offers a peek into his life as an illustrator.
- Indigenous Medicinal Plants of South Africa
Margaret Elizabeth Johnston describes her adventures in South
Africa, on the hunt for unusual plants.
Digital download is FREE to GNSI members when
they login to the GNSI website.
Others may download the Journal (PDF) for $12.
The Journal Staff is always looking for great articles like
these! Tell us about your project, tell us about your technique,
tell us about something new you have just discovered about your
art, or a book you have benefited from. The GNSI has a big
umbrella, and we reach a wide range of artists, from beginners
to experienced; many will find information and inspiration in
your topic. Remember that you don't have to be an accomplished
writer, we can help with your presentation. Please consider
being a part of our beautiful, informative Journal — which goes
all over the world, and reaches well beyond our membership alone
— and give your resume a boost in the process! Contact Journal
Editor Gail Guth with your idea.
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