Kristine Kirkeby is a freelance natural science illustrator, educated in biology and fine arts. She served as illustrator, graphic designer, and photographer and Director of Biological Sciences Art Services at the University of Minnesota for fourteen years before beginning her freelance career. She works in acrylics, watercolors, scratchboard, and pastels. Subject matter includes lichens, birds, mammals, and textbook and journal illustrations and nature interpretive signage for the fields of zoology, plant biology, genetics, biochemistry, and medicine. Her clients include USFW, USDA, Minnesota Zoo, McGraw-Hill Publishing, and the Museum of Natural and Cultural History at the University of Oregon. She has designed, written, and taught a multidisciplinary art and science curriculum and has trained more than twenty instructors to teach her Audubon in the Schools program. She also teaches classes in nature drawing, sketchbooks and drawing journals, and basic drawing for schools, colleges, and community art and nature centers for students – ages 4-84. Kris is exhibiting her watercolors and lives in Eugene, Oregon.
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