GNSI Journal 2014 no. 1 Winter Issue is released!
The latest GNSI
2014 Journal, No.1 Winter Issue
is now available for
download online FREE to members! The print membership version is
in the mail now.
This issue includes these great articles:
- How Much of Creativity is Part of Human Nature?
-- John Gurche examins human creativity and the symbolic
nature of society as reflected in the hominid fossil and
Review: Shaping Humanity
-- Mary Parrish reviews John Gurche's new book Shaping
of John Gurche at the National Museum of Natural History
-- Mary Parrish tells us about her first encounters with John
Gurche in 1988.
- Life in the Slow Lane: Sculpting Life-like
-- Gary Hoyle describes the process for creating life size
- The End of an Era: Fred Scherer 1915-2013
-- Gary Hoyle eulogizes the career of diorama artists Fred
- Member Spotlight: Jenny Keller
-- Jenny Keller describes her career.
- Pages from My Sketchbook
-- Sample pages from the sketchbooks of MaryBeth Hinrichs
& Cheryl LeBlanc.
- LAYOUT BASICS: Producing a Polished And
Professional Printed Piece
-- Karen Ackoff offers some basic rules of typography to aid
in producing a polished and professional printed piece.
- FIELD OPS: Outfitting Your Traveling Sketch Kit
-- Suzanne Stutzman discusses her tools and the
Artist-in-Residence experience in Alaska.
- A Boulder
The Boulder Conference Committee is hard at work lining up a
great program for us this summer! Here are just a few sneak
Speakers: Alexander E.
MacDonald, PhD: The Conception of Science On a
Sphere / Scott D. Sampson, PhD: For the
Love of Place: Reconnecting Humanity and Nature in the 21st
- Workshops: Marvelous
Mucus: Learning about the Little-Known World of
Land Snails - Marla Coppolino / Tactile Graphics:
Images for the Blind - Ann Cunningham / Uniting Art
and Biology to Conserve our Changing Seas -
Courtney Mattison / Ready, Set, Sell!
Proactive Marketing Strategies - Paul A. Krieger / Science-Art.com:
Making Photos and Art Press Ready - Britt Griswold / Live
Animal Drawing: Eagles, Falcons, Reptiles and
Cool Bugs! - Linda M. Feltner
- Field Trips: Dinosaur
Ridge / The Wild Animal Sanctuary
/ Rocky Mountain National Park Overnight /
NOAA (National Oceanic and Atmospheric
Administration) / Denver Botanic Gardens &
Denver Museum of Natural History Doubleheader
Marketing for Science Artists
Digital download is FREE to GNSI members
when they login to the GNSI
website. Others may download the Journal (PDF) for $12.
The Journal is always looking for great
articles like the ones in this issue! You don't have to be an
accomplished writer, we can help with your presentation.
Editor Gail Guth with your ideas.
Guth Illustration & Design
139 Lathrop Avenue
Battle Creek, MI 49014-5076
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