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A Perfect Museum Photo

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This photo, taken a few weeks ago at the Royal Ontario Museum by ROMKids Assistant Coordinator/force of nature Kiron Mukherjee, captures a perfect museum moment. Liz Butler is a high school teacher and artist who regularly draws what she sees at the museum – and the ROM has been sharing her marvellous work for well [...]

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Say It With Me: Nuuu-Deee-Brank

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Scientific illustrator Danielle Dufault is quickly collecting a reputation for her prehistoric animal reconstructions – from dinosaurs to sharks – many while working at the Royal Ontario Museum. But after looking through her portfolio, I couldn’t resist calling attention to0 this wild and spectacular Nudibranchs illustration. Of course it’s possible that pretty soon Dufault will [...]

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Little Museum Sketches

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These are my unexpected deer in the woods. My chop wood, carry water. My contemplation of water flowing over pebbles. My deep breaths. Standing within the Royal Ontario Museum, sketching fossil skulls. More people should take up sketching as a way of regaining composure in their lives. (Note: some of these sketches have appeared before [...]

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Secrets of a Paleoart Rockstar: Julius Csotonyi

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One of the most popular fields of science with children and adults alike is paleontology. And there’s a very good reason for this. Since the first fossil was recognized and found, it inspired imaginations to envision what the animal was like when it was alive. From the myths of giant cyclops to sinewy dragons, fossils [...]

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