Medical Art – Scientific Art – Scientific Illustration – Medical Illustration – Fine Art – Appliqué Art
*During this current and unprecendented COVID-19 situation, I am still able to undertake commissions, whether artwork or design. Completed work may be emailed or posted to you. Events listed below may also be subject to change – further information will be posted *
Recent Appliqué commission – an adder with mini beast selection!
Carbon dust workshop – Monday 17th June 2020
Monday 17th June 2020 London This next carbon dust workshop event will be held within the Gordon Museum, Kings College, London in February 2020. If you are interested in an event please send me a message. Booking and further information will become available through www.maet.org.uk
Scientific Illustration – Monday 13th and Tuesday 14th July 2020
Monday 13th July and Tuesday 14th July 2020 Two days introduction and exploring scientific illutration, working from beautiful natural history specimens within the Gordon Museum of Pathology, London. Booking and further information will become available through www.maet.org.uk
Drawing Wildlife – Anatomy, shape and proportion – Saturday 31st October 2020
Suitable for beginners or those with basic drawing knowledge. Time 10am to 4pm. Nower Wood Educational Nature Reserve, Leatherhead, Surrey KT22 8QA. Bookings through Surrey Wildlife Trust website: Events www.surreywildlifetrust.org
Scientific Art – Scientific Illustration – Medical Art – Medical Illustration – Natural History Illustration – Fine Art – Furniture Restoration – Cane work
My love for natural history led me on a path to being a freelance Scientific Artist, initially studying Scientific Illustration BA Hons, at Hornsey College of Art, Middlesex; further specialising with a Postgraduate in Medical Art at St. Bartholomew’s Hospital MAA, thereby becoming a full Professional Medical Artist and Member of the Medical Artists’ Association MAA. Followed by a Postgraduate Teacher Training Certificate PGCE and Awarded a Fellowship of the Medical Artists’ Association FMAA for over thirty years supporting their educational charitable works.
Work and subjects have continually evolved establishing a scientific freelance career, creating artworks in many fields within publishing, including artworks for medical, scientific and natural history texts. Preparing design and commissioning artworks for publication, working in-house with Dorling Kindersley for many years, working on medical and anatomy texts and travel guides. Further commissions includes first aid covers, magazines (including Which gardening magazine), packaging and brochure design; to my own fine art paintings and individual commissions for private clients and exhibition. I work in a variety of mediums from watercolour, oils, pen and inks, carbon dust, pencil work to lino printing and creating colourful material appliqués.
Being a scientific freelance Medical Artist and Illustrator, and the Director of Education since 2008 for the Medical Artists’ Education Charitable Trust MAET being the principal art supervisor and demonstrator for this specialist Postgraduate Training Programme in Medical Art based at King’s College London: www.maet.org.uk
Joanna was made a ‘Fellow of the Medical Artists’ Association FMAA in 2013′ in acknowledgement for her continual work and support of this specialist Postgraduate Educational Charity, the MAET for over 30 years.
One of a number of charities Jo continues to support, all primarily related to art, education and wildlife; including having organised the annual Bedhampton Art Show for the Manor Charitable Trust near Portsmouth for many years. A member of Surrey Amphibian and Reptile Group, supporting local amphibian toad crossings each for over a decade and volunteering at public engagement events.