This year, I will be a repeat offender in the Boulder Open Studios Fall Tour and I wanted to make
sure I was creating art anyone could afford, therefore I will be making my weekly sketches available for purchase.
Prices will range from $25-$50, and there will hopefully be some corresponding jewelry pieces, but at any rate, only Elephant Journal readers will get an exclusive preview on the artwork that will be up for grabs.
Might as well start in chronological order, so this week, we’ll start the show case with the first sketch in the series, the Human Heart. Look for a new sketch every week, and be sure to check my Facebook Page if you want the comprehensive guide to all things sketchy!
About the Artist: Erin King has experience in scientific, anatomical, and technical illustration, web publishing and graphic design. She received a BFA in Studio Art from Texas Tech University in 1999, and a MS in Museum and Field Studies from the University of Colorado in 2005.
From 2001 – 2006 she served as the Staff Illustrator/ Office Manager for Global Response, an international environmental advocacy organization based in Boulder, Colorado.
After completing a graphic design internship at Moxie Sozo in 2008, she decided to focus her art career in the fields of natural history/medicine by starting Deadwilder Design & Illustration, studio dedicated to bio-visual communications . She has been a teaching assistant in the human anatomy lab at the University of Colorado, and has a long term goal of illustrating a book on comparative primate anatomy.
When enough artwork accumulates, she enjoys opening her studio to the public during the Boulder Open Studios Fall Tour and actively pursues opportunities to show her artwork in galleries and other venues around the country.
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