Traveling Exhibit

GNSI offers the Guild of Natural Science Illustrators’ Traveling Exhibit for rent to the public. The exhibit showcases reproductions of more than 20 years of natural history illustrations, and highlights a wide selection of time honored techniques.

Description
The GNSI Traveling Exhibit consists of 20 reproductions in simple 16.5” x 20” black frames glazed with plexiglass, and a portfolio of 42 unframed reproductions, representing a wide range of natural history subject matter and techniques. The exhibit is housed and shipped in a Nimlock Shipping Case, 36" x 24" x 8"— weight of entire exhibit is 120 lbs. The case also contains brochures about GNSI and the profession of scientific illustration.

Conditions for borrowing the GNSI Traveling Exhibit
Borrowers will pay shipping to the host city and back, as well as the insurance for the shipping. Shipping costs will vary according to the destination of the exhibit. To give you a general idea of costs, to ship the exhibit from Connecticut to Washington could cost between 60 to 100 dollars.

Borrowers will pay a fee for borrowing the exhibit.
• GNSI chapters $50
• GNSI members $100
• Non-members $200

The exhibit can be borrowed for up to 6 weeks. Please contact Amelia Janes if you need the exhibit longer than 6 weeks.

All borrowers will also be asked for a $200.00 security deposit - to be returned if the show is sent back in good condition. Non-members are required to have a Sponsoring Institution associated with the exhibit.

Contact Amelia Janes to reserve the exhibit.

Sample list of Art:

Susan Strawn
Colorado Squirrels

Graphite

Biruta Akersbergs Hansen
Hercules Bettle

Mixed Media

Lee Boerger
Pelargonium caudatum

Watercolor

Vichai Malikue
Theobald, Color Mosquito
Toxorhynchites brevipalpis

Mixed Media

Steve Buchanan
U. S. Postal Stamps

Digital Media

Cathy Pasquale
Pitcher Plant Sarracenia oreophila

Pen and Ink

Kathyrn Conway
Harbor Porpoise Skull Phocoena phocoena

Pen and Ink

Barbara Adair
Bush Anemone Carpinteria california

Color Pencil

Elizabeth Morales
Feather and Mussel Shell Necklace

Watercolor

Tony Stubblefield
Phyllobates bicolor

Acrylic

Elaine Hodges
Bee Heterenthidium bequaert

Carbondust on Rossboard

Lynette Cook
Magnolia grandiflora

Mixed Media

Paul Mirocha
Matapalo, the Strangler Fig

Gouache and Color Pencil

Trudy Nicholson
Late Winter Bonding on the C & O Canal

Scratchboard

Susan Strawn
Wildlife of Botswana

Pen and Ink

Sally Bensusen
The Bamboo of Manu Reserve

Acrylic

Ann Wright
Northern lobster Homarus americanus

Color Pencil

Marion Dalen
Hatchet Fish

Graphite

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