I think I can speak for all of us here when I say that Jane's teachers in the Science Illustration Program at CSUMB would also be thrilled to see a recording of her presentation!

On Wed, Nov 4, 2015 at 1:58 PM, Britt Griswold <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
GNSI-DC Presentation: Painting on Walls: The Art and Illustrations of Jane Kim

Event Date:
November 17, 2015 - 5:30pm

Jane Kim, founder of Ink Dwell studio will take you through her process of creating large-format work. Using a variety of materials while merging disciplines of fine art and science illustration, she creates her murals and installations as a celebration and interpretation of the natural world and a vehicle designed to challenge how we interact with it. Whether the work is in a museum, restaurant, outside or inside, each piece seeks to function as a tool that improves public understanding and experience with nature.

In this talk, Jane will share her artistic journey from painting outdoors in the mountains of California's Eastern Sierra to creating paper mosaics depicting the depths of the Atlantic Ocean.


INK DWELL studio specializes in creating fine art, large scale commissions, environmental campaigns, exhibitions, and science illustrations. Merging classical techniques with modern simplicity, Ink Dwell creates iconic images that carry a compelling message. It's art, inked well about the place in which we dwell.

Jane Kim is an artist, science illustrator and Founder of INK DWELL. She began her art career very early in life by obsessively painting flowers and bears on the walls of her bedroom. Later, she received more formal training at the Rhode Island School of Design (BFA in Printmaking, Class of '03), and then Cal State Monterey Bay, where she received a Certificate in Science Illustration (Class of '10). She loves to be outdoors and go on adventures and brings the joy she gets from nature back to her studio. She still enjoys painting flowers and bears, though nowadays she doesn't get in trouble for painting on the walls.

Ink Dwell has created work for institutions such as the National Aquarium and The Nature Conservancy to the Facebook Headquarters. Juxtapoz magazine called her Wall of Birds at the Cornell Lab of Ornithology "one of the world's most ambitious natural history murals." Her work has been exhibited nationally and internationally.

Smithsonian Natural History Museum
10th St. & Constitution Ave., Washington, DC.
Room G33 (1st Floor, West Wing)

Please see our web posting for full details and visiting instructions:

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Jenny Keller
Program Coordinator and Instructor, Science Illustration Program
CSU Monterey Bay • 100 Campus Center • Seaside, CA 93955-8001
(831) 582-3480 • (831) 582-4502 fax • scienceillustration.org


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