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Learn how to draw stunning B.C. wildlife with scientific illustrator Dr. Julius Csotonyi! By signing up, you’ll gain access to our library of art lessons including sessions featuring the iconic orca, adorable Vancouver Island marmot and more!
These sessions are perfect for all ages and skill levels! You’ll also learn tons of fun facts about some of the beings that call the west coast home. Best of all, it’s free!
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About the artist
Dr. Julius Csotonyi is a Vancouver-based scientific illustrator and natural history fine artist. He has a scientific background in ecology (MSc) and microbiology (PhD) which has taken him to study sensitive ecosystems, from sand dunes in the Rocky Mountain parks to hydrothermal vents at the bottom of the Pacific Ocean.
These experiences have fuelled a strong resolve to work toward preserving the earth’s biota. Painting biological subjects is one means that he uses to both enhance public awareness of biological diversity and to motivate concern for its welfare.
He paints murals and panels that have appeared in numerous museums (e.g. the Smithsonian’s National Museum of Natural History), press release images for scientific publications, books, stamp sets (e.g. the 2018 “Sharks of Canada” set for Canada Post), and coins for the Royal Canadian Mint. His work is viewable on his online gallery, http://csotonyi.com