Seeing Nature Through Art

An exhibition of works featuring the instructors of the Yale Peabody Museum Natural Science Illustration Program. 

Currently on display at the

Yale Peabody Museum of Natural History

Artists that specialize in the natural sciences illustrate our world, inviting us to see it with new eyes. In this exhibition, the instructors of the Yale Peabody Museum Natural Science Illustration Program capture subjects ranging from the feathered dinosaur Anchiornis to the devastating environmental effects of trash.
 

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Purple Indian Corn in Colored Pencil by
Peas - Colored Pencil by Betsy Barry
Yellow Indian Corn-Colored Pencil by Bet
Tawny Frogmouth
Spectacled Owl
Kerygmachela kierkegaardi
Anchiornis huxleyi
Tropicadris dux, Graphite. S.Graedel
Black Oak Leaf- Graphite by Susannah Gra
Pachydiplax longipennis, graphite. S.Gra
Bird Gone, Fish In- Ink & Watercolor by
Waste Management-Ink & Watercolor by Zoe
Groundclog-Ink- by zoe Matthiessen
Trail Mix-Ink & Watercolor by Zoe Matthi
Birch Tree - Graphite by Linda Miller
Canada Bell Flowers - Graphite by Linda
Queen Ann's Lace
Cedar Waxwing- by Dorie Petrochko
CypressVigil in watercolor and gouache b
Belted Kingfisher in Oil by J. Prentice
J. Prentice. Tern, Tern, Tern,  oil on c
Duo in Oil by Jan Prentice
Pale Iris-Bivenne-Watercolor-15x22.JPG
Single Iris Blossom-BivenneHarveyStaiger
On Top of the World - BivenneHarveyStaig

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