Adirondack Illustrator, Sheri Amsel, is an author, illustrator and science educator.
Sheri Amsel's writing and illustrative work includes science textbooks, children's books, field guides, natural history signage for museums and nature centers, illustrated maps, educational flip charts, posters, medical illustration for courtroom evidence, and science resource websites.
Ms. Amsel educational background includes undergraduate degrees in Botany and Zoology from the University of Montana and a Master's Degrees in Anatomy, Physiology and Biomedical Illustration from Colorado State University.
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Below you can see example of Sheri's illustrative style and scope:
Illustrated Posters, Book and Magazine Spreads:
Illustrated Maps and Posters:
Educational Flip Charts and Activity Guides:
Animals, Plants, Biomes, Classification, Habitat Food Webs, Ocean Habitats
Books Written and Illustrated by Sheri Amsel:
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Amsel, Sheri. "Adirondack Illustrator Professional Services" Exploring Nature Educational Resource ©2005-2018. August 17, 2018
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