STUDIO UPDATE: Early Fall 2018

Summer is gone, thank heavens — too hot and humid for me! A busy Fall has begun. I've been working on a few watercolor and colored pencil pieces, and am prepping for the workshop I am teaching in Lincoln NE on animal drawing. Hosted by the Guild of Natural Science Illustrators' Great Plains Chapter, we'll spend two days drawing University of Nebraska farm animals and focus on skills needed for basic drawing of live animals... no small task for teacher and students alike!

A few of my summer art projects:

Backlit Rose: Colored Pencil

on Canson Mi-Teintes, with a

few gouaché highlights

Privet (Detail): Watercolor with  gouaché highlights on Arches Hot Press

My Instagram account showcases my sketches.
Please check them out at GailGuthArt!


Watusi bull   ©Gail W. Guth

My colored pencil drawing of hosta shoots remains on exhibit for the GNSI 50th Anniversary Members' Exhibit [Visualize: Art Revealing Science] at the galleries of the American Association for the Advancement of Science in Washington D.C.. The exhibit will continue until October 15, 2018. I am honored to have my work chosen for this prestigious exhibit!