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Logan Parsons Illustration

medical illustration of This painting was created for an interpretive sign in Acadia National Park showcasing the diversity of marine life in the intertidal zone.
medical illustration of This painting was created for an interpretive sign in Acadia National Park showcasing the diversity of life in a Maine coastal forest.
medical illustration of This painting was created for an interpretive sign in Acadia National Park showcasing the diversity of life in a coastal mudflat ecosystem.
medical illustration of A cutaway illustration showing the diversity of life in the Big Break delta watershed, in the San Francisco East Bay. This painting was created exclusively in Adobe Photoshop.
medical illustration of This illustration was created to showcase the animals that made themselves visible from day to night in Garland Ranch Regional Park, a part of the Monterey Bay network of regional parks.
medical illustration of This illustration showcases the Sagebrush steppe ecosystem of the Mojave Desert in California. It was created for an interpretive sign for the Eastern Sierra Interpretive Association.
medical illustration of This illustration depicts a Naked Mole Rat (Heterocephalus glaber) burrow system, and was created for an article appearing in
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medical illustration of This illustration was for a t-shirt design depicting an American Pika (Ochotona princeps) in its natural habitat in the Sierra Nevada mountains of California.
medical illustration of This illustration was created for the same t-shirt design as the previous pika habitat illustration. The American Pika (Ochotona princeps) is known for its sharp call it uses to communicate with neighboring pikas.
medical illustration of Anna's Hummingbird (Calypte anna). Colored pencil on dura-lene.
medical illustration of Red-tailed Hawk (Buteo jamaicensis) feather. Colored pencil on dura-lene.
medical illustration of Rhinoceros Auklet (Cerorhinca monocerata) and its skull. Notice the horn feature on the bill is not a part of the skull structure. Colored pencil on dura-lene.
medical illustration of Black Cod/Sablefish (Anoplopoma fimbria) illustration. Watercolor on paper.
medical illustration of This painting was donated to the San Francisco SPCA to promote their Sido program, which provides a plan for loving pets whose owners pass away before them. Acrylic on panel.
medical illustration of Naked mole-rat (Heterocephalus glaber). Gouache on paper.
medical illustration of An unidentified species of Echeveria, a type of succulent. Botanical plate. Gouache and graphite on paper.
medical illustration of An unidentified species of Calosoma beetle. Without consulting a beetle expert, the head structures were difficult to define. Black colored pencil on coquille board.
medical illustration of Giant white moth orchid (Phalaenopsis spp). Ink stipple on paper.
medical illustration of American Black Duck (Anas rubripes) wing bone structure. Ink line and stipple on paper.
medical illustration of Unidentified shell species. Graphite on paper.
medical illustration of A large diptych painting of the Carmel River Lagoon in Carmel, California. Acrylic on canvas.
medical illustration of A large diptych painting of the Carmel River delta in Carmel, California. Acrylic on canvas.
medical illustration of A large painting of the upper Carmel River watershed in Carmel, California. Acrylic on canvas.
medical illustration of A large painting looking down the Big Sur coastline in Carmel, California. Acrylic on canvas.

Profile

Logan Parsons was born and raised in Pacific Grove, California. She received her bachelor's degree in environmental science from Western Washington University and the following year obtained her graduate certificate in science illustration from the University of California Extension, Santa Cruz. Upon graduation she completed internships at the Carnegie Museum of Natural History in Pittsburgh, PA and at Scientific American magazine in New York City. Nature has always been the primary influence in Logan's art; capturing the character of its many odd, funny, and beautiful organisms. She also holds a deep appreciation for designs and compositions (especially within the sciences) that successfully convey information while at the same time having an aesthetic appeal. Logan now lives and works as a freelance illustrator based out of Santa Cruz, CA. She continues to seek out new artistic experiences and connect with nature on a daily basis.

Style/Techniques

Black & White, Color, Information Graphics, Line, Line with Color

Subject/Specialties

Biology, Botany, Entomology, Natural History, Natural Science / Nature, Ornithology, Portraits, Veterinary Medicine, Zoology