The Editorial Staff is pleased to announce the latest GNSI 2014 Journal, 
No.3 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:

  * /*BREATHLESS!: A Boulder Conference Review*/
    Amelia Janes reviews the Summer Conference.

  * /*Pages From My Boulder Sketchbook*/
    Sketches of the Flatirons, the iconic mountains of Boulder, CO

  * /*2014 Members Exhibit*/
    Favorite images in each of several categories of the 2014 GNSI
    Annual Exhibit

  * /*GNSI CONFERENCE 2015: July 5-11, 2015*
    Scott Rawlins describes the location of the 2015 Conference in
    Glenside, PA.

  * /*Botanical Illustration: The Past Carries Forward*/
    Alice Tangerini reviews trends in botanical illustration over her
    career at the Smithsonian.

  * /*Sequential Art in Science*/
    Diana Marques highlights how comics are resurging and expanding from
    their traditional role into new media and new subjects.

  * /*Member Spotlight: Trudy Nicholson*
    Premier scratchboard artist Trudy Nicholson discusses discusses her
    career in science illustration.

  * /*The Business of Illustration: Scientific Illustration Internship
    with Studio Kayama*/
    Ikumi Kayama with Latona Smith. Thinking about an Intern for your
    studio? Find out what the experience is like.

  * /*Book Review: Beetles and Other Insects*
    Diana Marques reviews the book by Gerhard Scherer, a 4th expanded

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    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 

Journal download instructions 

*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. Contact *Managing Editor Gail Guth* 
<> with your ideas.

Gail Guth
Guth Illustration & Design
139 Lathrop Avenue
Battle Creek, MI  49014-5076
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