Had an awesome meeting at the museum today about the Monarch stain glass window project. I snapped a few pictures during our meeting! Up top is Annie researching topography at her desk. My illustrated map concepts are in the middle, and then there’s Jennifer, stain glass artist, figuring out the cuts she wants to make.
So I kicked off the summer by starting two deeply inspiring internships.
The first picture was from my first day as an exhibit design intern with the Pacific Grove Museum of Natural History this past week. Those are my illustrations blown up on the welcome sign! We’ve already begun designing/developing major summer projects.
Today, I worked as a studio assistant for one of my favorite artists. We organized the studio, digital files have been converted, and all apparel and prints have been inventoried.
Those are some of his shirts and paintings in the second picture. Go check out the amazing work of Amadeo Bachar in the link below:
He We discussed concepts for some illustrated panels commissioned by the government, and I digitally masked out a dozen drawings that he is colorizing to go on United Nation’s postage stamps.
I don’t know if anyone on here purchased a shirt, but if you did, I hope you see this: THANK YOU for your support in making this happen. I can’t wait to see it on other people. Start sending me pictures of you wearing it; I would love to share it on here. If you would still like a shirt reserve one here:
I painted 36 representative species of the felidae family the past few days. If it weren’t for the encouragement of my studio mates I wouldn’t have been able to do it. Whew! I love the Science Illustration program, and it’s hard to believe that there’s only one day left, …still have two projects to finish.