My Tracks of an Oak Killer illustration was published on the cover of the USDA Forest Service's Proceedings of the Sudden Oak Death Fifth Science Symposium! See it here: http://www.fs.fed.us/psw/publications/documents/psw_gtr243/
Also, I've been published in Scientific American! I illustrated 3 bees to appear on an infographic, which you can view here: http://www.scientificamerican.com/article.cfm?id=where-the-wild-bees-are or look for it on pg 88 of the Dec 2013 issue!
Also, I've joined the Medical Illustration Sourcebook, where you can see more portfolio works by me here: http://medillsb.com/ArtistPortfolioThumbs.aspx?AID=7540
Science Notes 2012 has finally been published online, which features my oak tree illustration http://missnysha.deviantart.com/art/Tracks-of-an-Oak-Killer-309265682 and others by my classmates in the Science Illustration program. Each of us had the task of illustrating the stories for students in the Science Writing program.
See mine here! http://sciencenotes.ucsc.edu/2012/pages/oaks/oaks.html
And featured here! https://scicom.ucsc.edu/publications/science_notes.html
The opening reception for my class's exhibit, "Illustrating Nature", went very well!
To prepare for the opening I created a new portfolio website that you can check out here: http://www.jillianwalters.com Enjoy!
And a reminder about the exhibit:
"Illustrating Nature", featuring works by me and my 14 classmates of this year's CSUMB's Scientific Illustration graduate program, will be at the Pacific Grove Museum of Natural History (Pacific Grove, CA) starting April 27th! Opening reception will be 5-7pm that day, and the exhibit will last until June. I'm also volunteering to do a demo there too. :D There will be 2-5 pieces from each student, specifically chosen from the 4 instructors to show some of our strongest and most varied pieces. The pieces of mine that have been chosen to be in the exhibit include:
1. Illustrating a Specimen: http://missnysha.deviantart.com/art/Illustrating-a-Sp