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Curriculum Vitae

Mark Anton Klingler
Contact Information

Work phone: 412.622.1946

Email: klinglerm@carnegiemnh.org

Web Site: http://www.carnegiemnh.org/vp/klingler.html


EXPERIENCE
Professional

Scientific Illustrator, October 1997 – present

Carnegie Museum of Natural History, Pittsburgh, PA

Science illustrator for various departments, including Marketing, Development, Research, Education, Exhibits, Gift Shop, President’s Office, and quarterly member publication. Plan and execute scientific illustrations for the research departments of the museum of natural history, focusing on Invertebrate Zoology, Mammals, Vertebrate Paleontology, Anthropology, and Botany. Illustrate for research publications, lectures, and media, including Web, TV, video, magazines, newspapers and international exhibitions. The majority of research-based illustration has been depicting comparisons of morphology and their unique characteristics. Maps, diagrams, and charts are produced regularly. Habitus, life-sized sculpture for exhibition, and reconstruction imagery have been my forté.

Freelance Illustrator

Consult and produce designs for such organizations and publications as National Geographic, Science, Carnegie Magazine, Johns Hopkins University Press, American Museum of Natural History, University of Pittsburgh Medical Center, Carnegie Mellon University, Pennsylvania Department for the Conservation of Natural Resources (DCNR), and private commissions.


Scientific Preparator, Section of Invertebrate Zoology, October 1990 – August 1996

Carnegie Museum of Natural History, Pittsburgh, PA

Worked with the collection in preparation, field collecting, maintenance, restoration, preservation, and illustration. Basic dissection and manipulation for illustration. Used various microscopes for views of Insecta including Lepidoptera, craneflies, beetles, from stereo for preparing specimens to electron for imaging. Trained and supervised department work-studies and volunteers in preparation of insects for the collection. Reared numerous cultures of Lepidoptera simultaneously for our egg/larva/pupa/adult collection to better document life histories. Reposition insect specimens in life postures for installation in exhibt displays, studio shoots, and education programs. OIllustrate scientific views of insecta for numerous research publications, newsletters, and exhibition graphics.
Graphic Designer, May – August 1988

Bellcore (Bell Communications Research), Livingston, NJ

Contributed to a team of designers responsible for the visual public relations of Bellcore and related companies. Developed concept drawings for future products, logos, designs, and illustrations for publications, lectures and presentations for numerous departments.
Work-Study/Scientific Illustrator, Section of Invertebrate Zoology, November 1985 – May 1990

Carnegie Museum of Natural History, Pittsburgh, PA

Illustrated microscopic views of Lepidoptera life cycle and morphology for systematic research papers. These included full-stage depictions as well as details of various anatomical features. Routine use of stereo and slide microscopes. Worked with visitor Claud LaMaire, who revised and classified the majority of Bombicoidia (silk moths). Presorted, reviewed, subsorted museum holdings of silk moths for identification.

Teaching

Phipps Conservatory, 2004-present

Pittsburgh, PA

Part-time faculty for the Botanical Illustration certificate program.
Art Seeds, Somerset County Artist Association, 2002-present

Somerset, PA



Annual two-day workshop for gifted Senior High School artists sponsored by Laurel Arts Center and Pennsylvania Council for the Arts.
Oakbridge Academy of Arts, 2002-2009

Lower Burrell, PA

Board of Advisors, 2002-present. Part-time faculty for Visual Arts Associate Degree program 2002-2009. Classes include Illustration, Drawing & Painting, Architectural Rendering, Perspective, and Graphic Design.


Docent, The Museum of American Art, 1996-97

Philadelphia, PA

Developed informational and educational materials relating to tours and classes. Conducted art activity sessions for visiting groups. Trained incoming docents and work-study students.
Students Mentored

2010 Logan Parsons, Scientific Illustration/UCSC; Bill Howell, Emily Davis, Visual Arts/Oakbridge Academy of Arts; Zel Stoltzfus, Scientific Illustration/California University of Pennsylvania, went on to Smithsonian Institution; all placed in Education/Distance Learning

2007 Sharon Arffa, Chris Hutson, Amanda Zimmerman, placed in Malacology; Chris Kriebel, Carly Lutz, Ellen Carlson placed in Education/Distance Learning

2005 Julie Czesmedia and Penni Barker placed in Education, Amanda Zimmerman placed in Mollusks, Jenny Faight placed in Vertebrate Paleontology

2004 Chu

2002 Emily Ullo, Biology & Studio Arts/University of Pittsburgh, placed in Invertebrate Zoology; went on to M.A. in Medical Illustration/University of Georgia

1995 Megan Day, College of Fine Arts/Carnegie Mellon University


Education

Post-Baccalaureate Certificate
Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, Philadelphia, PA

Painting & Sculpture, 1996-1997


Graduate Coursework
Heinz School of Management/Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh, PA
Masters in Arts Management, 1990-91

36 of 48 credit hours, 2 of 4 semesters



Bachelor of Fine Arts
Graphic Design, 1989
Minor in Graphic Communications Management, GSIA
Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh, PA

Internships: Graphic Arts Technical Foundation (GATF) in print production, color scanning lab; Bell Laboratories Northeast in graphic design


High School Diploma

Whippany Park High School, 1985

Whippany, NJ

Yearbook Art Editor


Commercial Art Certificate

Morris County Vocational-Technical School, 1985

Morristown, NJ
Conferences Attended/Continuing Education

Guild of Natural Science Illustrators Workshops

2010 Annual Conference, University of North Carolina:



Large-format Watercolor with Peggy Macnamara

2008 Annual Conference, Ithaca College:



Science and Art of Facial Reconstruction with Gay Malin

2006 Summer Intensives, Humboldt Research Institute, Steuben, Maine:


Watercolors on Vellum
with Carol Woodin
Watercolor and Color Pencil with Dolores Santoliquido

2005 Annual Conference, College of the Atlantic:



Wildlife Painting in Watercolor/Large Format with Peggy Macnamara

2004 Annual Conference, College of William and Mary



3D Modeling with Britt Griswold

2003 Annual Conference, University of Denver:



Watercolor Methods with John Cody
Scratchboard with Trudy Nicholson

2002 Annual Conference, University of Kansas:



Acrylics with Vichai Malikul

1996 Annual Conference, Smithsonian Institute:


Scratchboard
with Trudy Nicholson

1994 Annual Conference, Colorado State University:


Egg Tempera
with Karen Ackoff

1993 Annual Conference, Smithsonian Institution:



Bird Anatomy with John Anderton

1992 Summer Intensives, Humboldt Research Institute, Steuben, Maine:


Carbon Dust
with Bob & Carol Wood
Colored Pencil/Watercolor with Bente King

1986 Summer Intensives, University of Michigan:


Scratchboard with Trudy Nicholson
Carbon Dust with Carolyn Gast
Pastel on Cronaflex with Lois Sloan
Pen & Ink with Gerald Hodge

Acrylic Glassing with Beruta Hanson
Other

2008 “Drawing Trees” certificate workshop with Dick Rauh, Phipps Conservatory

2003 “Methods in Teaching” Certificate, PAPSA (Pennsylvania Association of Private School Administrators)

1990 Annual Conference, Lepidoperists Society, Tucson

1988 Annual Conference, Typocrafter’s Society, Toronto

Relevant Skills

Computer

Mac/PC platforms, Illustrator, Photoshop, FreeHand, PageMaker, Quark Express, Microsoft Office, PowerPoint, Paint, Persuasion


Photography and Darkroom

Digital, Traditional, B/W & Color, Developing/Printing, Photomontage


Traditional Media

Pencil, Carbon Dust, Watercolor, Color Pencil, Acrylic, Oil, Pen & Ink, Polymer Sculpture, Stone Sculpture, Model Construction, Pastel, Papercutting


HONORS AND SERVICE
Honors and Awards

2010 NSF Science & Engineering Visualization Challenge: Finalist

2008 PA Wild Resource Agency: Third printing, Butterflies & Skippers of Pennsylvania Poster (original printing 1993)

2008 Why the Lion Grew Its Mane. Royal Society Science Book Award. Book includes four Klingler reconstructions used in primitive fauna descriptions.

2007 September issue of Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology, invitation to design cover bearing image of Ichniotherium trackway with Orobates pabsti life reconstruction

2007 Field Guide to the Natural World of New York City. Second place in Scholarly/Reference category at 2008 New York Book Show. Book includes 100 full-color plates by Klingler.

2006 NSF Science & Engineering Visualization Challenge: Finalist

2006 February 24 issue of Science, cover image of Castorocauda lutrasimilis

2005 American Association for the Advancement of Science, Washington, D.C.: Fur, Feathers & Fossils, Invited Solo Show

2005 NSF Science & Engineering Visualization Challenge: Finalist

2004 The Hunt for the Dawn Monkey: Unearthing the Origins of Monkeys, Apes, and Humans, Illustrator; awarded 2005 W.W. Howells Book Award from the Biological Anthropology Section (BAS) of the American Anthropological Association. Book includes four full-color plates and numerous illustrations by Klingler.

2003 Self-Organization in Biological Systems. Scott Camazine. 2003. Association of American Publishers Award for Best Professional/Scholarly Book in Biological Science. Book includes Klingler pen & ink illustrations.

2003 DinoMite Days, City of Pittsburgh/CMNH, Juried Public Art Project, two dinosaurs
Official site: www.carnegiemnh.org/online/dinomite/index.htm

2003 Pittsburgh Society of Illustrators at Pittsburgh Center for the Arts, Illustration – Juried Member Show: Best in Show for Hadrocodium wui on cover of Science magazine.

2003 Society of Vertebrate Paleontology: John J. Lanzendorf Paleoart Prize

2001 May 25 issue of Science, cover image of Hadrocodium wui

1996 Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts: Merit Scholarships

1993 Fish and Game Commission of California: Native Species Conservation Stamp

1989 Carnegie Mellon University: Dean’s Service Award for meritorious leadership

1989 National Scholarship Trust Fund, Graphic Arts Technical Foundation: Beck’s Award

1985-1990 Carnegie Mellon University: Merit Scholarships

1985 Print New Jersey Association: Print New Jersey Award

1984 Trenton High School: Second Place, Commercial Illustration Show

1983 New Jersey Governor’s School semi-finalist

1979 Hunterdon Community Library Summer Art Show: First Place
Professional Service

2010 Host committee, Society of Vertebrate Paleontology 70th Annual Conference held at Carnegie Museum of Natural History

2010 PA Wild Resource Agency Nature Day, Tom Ridge Environmental Center, Erie, PA: Insect Information Table, Educational Handout/Coloring Page, Butterfly Walk

2010 Judge, Pennsylvania Junior Academy of Science preliminaries

2010 Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh Children’s Programs: Monarch Butterfly Talk and Release

2008 Phipps Conservatory & Botanical Gardens: Earth Day Butterfly Information Table

2008 Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh Children’s Programs: Monarch Butterfly Talk and Release

2008 Pittsburgh Water Color Society Annual Member Exhibition: Juror

2008 PA Wild Resource Agency Nature Day, Tom Ridge Environmental Center, Erie, PA: Insect Information Table, Educational Handout/Coloring Page

2007 Phipps Conservatory & Botanical Gardens: Earth Day Butterfly Information Table

2007 Powdermill Nature Reserve Butterfly Count Day: Butterfly Walk, Information Table, Educational Handout/Coloring Page

2007 PA Wild Resource Agency Nature Day, Moraine State Park: Insect Information Table, Educational Handout/Coloring Page

2007 Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh Children’s Programs: Monarch Butterfly Talk and Release

2004 Denver Museum of Nature & Science PaleoArt Exhibition & Symposium: Co-Chair http://www.markklingler.com/paleoart/

2004 Pittsburgh Society of Illustrators Carnival of Illustration, Associated Artists of Butler County, PA: Chair

2002–present Oakbridge Academy of Arts: Advisory board for developing school’s mission and


instructional programs

1996 Advisor to Phipps Conservatory on installation of Butterfly Garden Exhibit

1989 Carnegie Mellon University: Spring Carnival Entrance Design Chair

1989 Carnegie Mellon University: Thistle Yearbook Editor-in-Chief

1988-1989 Carnegie Mellon University: Presidential Student Advisory Committee (PSAC)

1986-1988 Carnegie Mellon University: Thistle Yearbook Art Editor

1984-1985 Whippany Park High School, NJ: Art Editor
Panels

2008 Guild of Natural Science Illustrators Annual Conference, Ithaca University, Topics in


Paleontological Art & Illustration Panel: Reconstructing “Orobates pabsti” for the cover of “Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology”

2007 Guild of Natural Science Illustrators Annual Conference, University of Montana, Topics in Paleontological Art & Illustration Panel:

2005 Guild of Natural Science Illustrators Annual Conference, College of the Atlantic, Bar Harbor, ME, Topics in Paleontological Art & Illustration Panel: Reconstructing A New Species of Oviraptorosaur

2004 Guild of Natural Science Illustrators Annual Conference, College of William and Mary, Williamsburg, VA, Topics in Paleontological Art & Illustration Panel: Reconstructing “Eomaia”

2003 Guild of Natural Science Illustrators Annual Conference, University of Denver, Topics in Paleontological Art & Illustration Panel: Reconstructing “Hadrocodium wui” for the Cover of “Science” Magazine

2002 Guild of Natural Science Illustrators Annual Conference, University of Kansas, Topics in Paleontological Art & Illustration Panel: Illustrating “The Hunt for the Dawn Monkey” by K.C. Beard


Collecting for Carnegie Museum of Natural History Invertebrate Zoology Collection

1996 Puerto Rico, 12 days

1994 Denver Mountains/Missouri/Kansas, 2 weeks

1993 New Mexico/Utah/Texas/Arizona, 3 weeks

1992 Dominican Republic
Community Service

2004–present Grace Presbyterian Church: Elder, Junior High Sunday School Teacher

2000–2002 Saxonburg Memorial Presbyterian Church: Elder, Property & Mission Committees

2000 Habitat for Humanity Allegheny County: Run/Walk/Ride logo design

1999–2001 Saxonburg Summer Theater: Crew, logos, program design

1993–2002 Saxonburg Memorial Presbyterian Church: Youth Leadership Team

1993–2001 Habitat for Humanity local affiliates and international headquarters: Volunteer
Professional Affiliations

American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS), 2005-06

American Society of Botanical Artists (ASBA), 2007-present

Associated Artists of Butler County (AABC), 1993-2008

Guild of American Papercutters (GAP), 2006-present

Guild of Natural Science Illustrators (GNSI), since 1986

Hunt Botanical Library, 2008-present

Lepidopterists Society, 1990-1996

North American Butterfly Association

Pittsburgh Society of Illustrators (PSI), 2001-present

Society of Vertebrate Paleontology (SVP), 2003

Typocrafter’s Society, 1988-1992




MEDIA IN WHICH WORK APPEARS
Published Articles

  • In press. “Which One’s the Insect? Sculpting for an exhibition kiosk.” 2011 GNSI Journal of Scientific Illustration.

  • In process. Technique for Rearing Silver-spotted Ghost Moth (Sthenopis argenteomaculatus).

  • “An Opportunity I Didn’t Wanna Miss: Reconstructing Orobates pabsti for the cover of Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology.” 2009 GNSI Journal of Scientific Illustration.


Books

  • In press, 2011. Illustrations and graphics of Varanopid from Bromacker locality, Germany, for upcoming book.

  • Why the Lion Grew Its Mane, 2008
    Lewis Smith, author. Four Klingler reconstructions used in primitive fauna descriptions: Eomaia scansoria, Gansus yumenensis, both skeletal and life reconstructions.

  • Field Guide to the Natural World of New York City, 2007
    Illustrated by Mark A. Klingler, Author Leslie Day, Foreword by Mayor Michael Bloomberg. 100 full-color plates depicting over 130 species of flora and fauna. www.press.jhu.edu/books/title_pages/9380.html

    • New Book of Popular Science Online. 2006. Grolier Educational.

    • The Hunt for the Dawn Monkey: Unearthing the Origins of Monkeys, Apes, and Humans, 2004. Illustrated by Mark A. Klingler, Author K. Christopher Beard. Sixty illustrations and graphics, including five full-color reconstructions.
      http://www.ucpress.edu/books/pages/9721.html

    • Population Genetics: A Concise Guide. John Gillespie. Second edition, 2004. Cover illustration of fruit flies.

  • Mammals from the Age of Dinosaurs – Origins, Evolution, and Structure. Mesozoic mammal reconstructions. Kielan-Jaworowska, Cifelli, and Luo, authors. Columbia University Press, 2004.

  • “Origin and Diversification of Anthropoid Primate Basal Anthropoids.” The Primate Fossil Record. Graphics and illustrations. Cambridge Press, 2004.

    • Self-Organization in Biological Systems. Scott Camazine. 2003. Pen & ink illustrations of fur colors and other patterns in nature.

    • Encyclopedia of Dinosaurs and Prehistoric Life. Dorling Kindersley. 2001. Graphics and illustrations.

    • “Chapter 19: The Noctuoidea.” All illustrations; carbon dust and numerous pen & ink. Kitching, I.J. and J. E. Rawlins (ed. N.P. Kristensen). 1999. The Handbook of Zoology: Lepidoptera, Moths and Butterflies, vol. 1.

    • Linzey Vertebrate Biology. McGraw Hill Publishing. 2001. Graphics and illustrations.

    • Rachel Carson Biography. 1992.


Journals

  • Cover image by invitation, reconstruction of Limnoscedis paludis in “Redescription of the skull of Limnoscedis paludis Williston,” Bulletin, New Mexico Museum of Natural History and Science, 2010.

  • Reconstruction of Diplodocus carnegii in “Description of a nearly complete juvenile skull of Diplodocus (Sauropoda: Diplodocoidea) from the Late Jurassic of North America.” Whitlock, J. A., J. A. Wilson, and M. C. Lamanna, Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology 2010, 30(2):442-457.

  • Reconstruction of Fedexia striegeli in “A new trematopid amphibian (Temnospondyli: Dissorophoidea) from the Upper Pennsylvanian of western Pennsylvania: earliest record of terrestrial vertebrates re­sponding to a warmer, drier climate.” Annals of Carnegie Museum, March 2010.
    Press images: www.carnegiemnh.org/press/10-jan-mar/fedexia-images.htm

  • Assembled images for talk in Beijing, China, on Hapalodectes and to be published in Journal of Mammalian Evolution.

  • Assembled numerous plates of SEM fossil teeth and jaws for Early Wasatchian mammals of the Red Hot Local Fauna, uppermost Tuscahoma Formation, Lauderdale County, Mississippi by Beard, Dawson, 2009, Annals of Carnegie Museum.

  • Reconstruction of Maotherium asiaticus in “Evolutionary Development of the Middle Ear in Mesozoic Therian Mammals.” Science, October 2009.
    Press images: www.carnegiemnh.org/press/09-oct-dec/100909maotherium-media.htm

  • Reconstruction of Ganlea megacanina in “New fossil primate from Myanmar suggests that the common ancestor of monkeys, apes and humans originated in Asia, and challenges the role of Adapiform primates such as “Ida”.” Proceedings of the Royal Society B (Biological Sciences), July 2009.
    Press images: www.carnegiemnh.org/press/09-jul-sep/051208ganlea.htm

  • Reconstruction of Puijila darwini in “A semi-aquatic Arctic mammalian carnivore from the Miocene Epoch and origin of Pinnipedia.” Nature, April 2009.
    Press images: www.carnegiemnh.org/press/09-apr-jun/042309puijila-images.htm

  • Reconstruction of Teilhardina magnoliana in “The oldest North American primate and mammalian biogeography during the Paleocene-Eocene Thermal Maximum.” Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, March 2008.
    Press images: www.carnegiemnh.org/press/08-jan-mar/030308primate-images.htm

  • Cover image, reconstruction of Akidolestes cifelli in “Diverging views: New fossil finds rewrite mammalian history.” Science News, March 2008.
    Cover detail: www.sciencenews.org/view/access/id/31232/name/cover.jpg

  • Pseudotribos, 2007

  • Suzhou, 2007

  • Cover image by invitation, reconstruction for “Tetrapods based on Ichniotherium trackways and diadectid skeletons from the Lower Permian of Germany.” Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology, September 2007.
    Press images: www.carnegiemnh.org/press/07-jul-sep/091007trackways.htm

  • Reconstruction of Yanoconodon allini in “Chinese and American paleontologists discover a new Mesozoic mammal.” Nature, March 2007.
    Press images: www.carnegiemnh.org/press/07-jan-mar/yano-images.htm

  • Reconstruction of Gansus yumenensis in “Superbly preserved fossils from China providing new evidence of how modern birds evolved from dinosaur ancestors.” Science, June 2006. Press images:http://www.carnegiemnh.org/press/06-apr-jun/061506gansus-images.htm

  • Reconstruction of Laonastes aenigmamus in “New family of mammal really living fossil.” Science, March 2006.
    Press images:www.carnegiemnh.org/press/06-jan-mar/laos-images.htm

  • Sinoconodon, 2006

  • Reconstruction of Castorocauda lutrasimilis (cover image) for “Scientists discover first swimming mammal from the Jurassic.” Science, February 2006.
    Cover detail: www.sciencemag.org/content/vol311/issue5764/cover.dtl
    Press images:
    www.carnegiemnh.org/press/06-jan-mar/caud-images.htm

  • Reconstruction of Akidolestes cifellii in “Chinese and American paleontologists discover a new species of Mesozoic mammal.” Nature, January 2006.
    Press images: www.carnegiemnh.org/press/06-jan-mar/akido-images.htm

  • Reconstruction of Fruitafossor windscheffeli in “A Late Jurassic digging mammal and early mammalian diversification.” Science, April 2005.
    Press images:http://www.carnegiemnh.org/press/05-jan-mar/032405popeye-images.htm

  • Boreameryx illustrations were produced for Dr. Dawson and Dr. Harington’s publication in Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences.

  • Microparamys pencil drawing, photography, and graphics for Dawson’s publication in Palaeontographica.

  • Produced illustrations and graphics for Beard and Rea post-doc Dr. Rossie’s Tarsier iocenus maxilla description, to be submitted for publication.

  • Reconstruction of Sinodelphys szalayi in “An Early Cretaceous Tribosphenic mammal and metatherian evolution.” Science, December 2003.
    Press images: www.carnegiemnh.org/press/03-oct-dec/031212sinodelphys-images.htm

  • Reconstruction of Eomaia scansoria in "The earliest known eutherian mammal." Nature, April 2002.
    Press images: www.carnegiemnh.org/press/02-apr-jun/042502eomaia-images.html

  • Reconstruction of Hadrocodium wui (cover image) for "New Paleo Discovery." Science, April 2001.
    Cover detail: www.sciencemag.org/content/vol292/issue5521/cover.dtl
    Press images:
    www.carnegiemnh.org/press/01-apr-jun/042401hadro-images.html

  • Illustration of fossil jaw in “Zhailimeryx, a new lophiomerycid artiodactyls (Mammalia) from the Late Middle Eocene of Central China and the Early Evolution of Ruminants. Journal of Mamalian Evolution 7(4): 239-258, 2000.
    Press images: www.carnegiemnh.org/press/01-apr-jun/042301zhail-images.html

  • Reconstruction of Jeholodens jenkinsi in “A Chinese triconodont mammal and mosaic evolution of mammalian skeleton.” Jeholodens jenkinsi reconstruction & graphics. Nature, March 1999.
    Press images: www.carnegiemnh.org/press/99-jan-mar/990322jeholodens_images.html

  • Reconstruction of Sinosauropteryx in “Scientists flock to explore China’s ‘Site of the Century.’” Science, March 1998.

  • “The tribe Broscini in Mexico: Rawlinius papillatus, new genus and new species (Insecta: Coleoptera: Carbidae), with notes on natural history and evolution.” Annals of Carnegie Museum, Vol. 67 (1998), pp. 349-378.

  • “A new species of Antocha (subgenus Orimargula) from Sulawesi (Diptera: Tipulidae) and its mate-clasping behavior.” Annals of Carnegie Museum, Vol. 63(4):319-325, 1994.

  • “Description of the immature stages of six species of Shaenognathus, with comparative notes on phylogeny and natural history (Insecta: Coleoptera: Lucanidae).” Annals of Carnegie Museum, Vol. 63 (1994), pp. 77-99.

  • “Superfamily Noctuoidea.” The Handbook of Zoology, pp 335-401, 1994.

  • Calophya triozomima Schwarz, a sumac-feeding psyllid new to the eastern United States (Homoptera: Psylloidea: Calophyidae),” Proceedings of the Entolomologist’s Society of Washington 95(1)99-106, 1993.

  • “Life History and Systematics of the West Andean Moth Aucula franclemonti with description of new species from Ecuador (Lepidoptera: Noctuidae: Agaristinae).” Various morphological pen & ink illustrations. Journal of the New York Entomological Society 100 (2)286-310, 1992.

  • Leptotarsus (Longurio) byersi, a new flightless crane fly from Ecuador (Diptera: Tipulidae)”, Acta Zoologica cracoviensa, 35(1):97-105, 1992.

  • Pro Tem, newsletter of CMNH Invertebrate Zoology. Graphics and illustrations, 1992-1995.

  • Cover illustration, Journal of the Lepidopterists’ Society 45(1), 1991. Mating pair of the Costa Rican satyrid, Pierella Helvetia incanescens, Godman & Salvin (Nymphalidae: Satyrinae).

  • Cover illustration, Journal of the Lepidopterists’ Society 41(1), 1987. Semilooping larva of the noctuid Phyprosopus callitrichoides on Smilax.


Popular Press

  • In press. Profile for article on scientific illustration in Illustration magazine, London. 2011.

  • Alumni profile, reconstruction of Fedexia striegeli, Carnegie Mellon University Web site.

  • “Local ‘growers’ give winged beauties a fighting chance” by Allison M. Heinrichs, Pittsburgh Tribune-Review, September 10, 2009. www.pittsburghlive.com/x/pittsburghtrib/news/pittsburgh/s_642247.html
    View pdf of Monarch Coloring Page: www.pittsburghlive.com/images/video/2009_pdfs/0910MonarchColoringPage.pdf

  • “The Rise of Mammals, Mothers of Us All.” Mixed media reconstruction of Hadrocodium wui. National Geographic, April 2003.
    ngm.nationalgeographic.com/ngm/0304/feature1/zoom3.html

  • “The Big Picture, 208,000,000 years ago, Life’s Really Big Questions.” Scientific American Frontiers, PBS Web Site, December 2000

  • Carnegie Magazine, “Carnegie for Kids”: Full-color illustration of Quetzalcoatlus, for kids to cut out and assemble their own flying reptile.

  • Dragonfly, National Science Teachers Assoc. Magazine: Back cover & T-shirt design for national conference.

  • Pittsburgh Post-Gazette. Various feature articles.

  • Pittsburgh Tribune Review. Various feature articles.

  • Wire services including Associated Press, Reuters, BBC



Other

2010 Society of Vertebrate Paleontology Conference Logo Design

2008 Private commission: thoroughbred horse portrait

2008 Director’s holiday greeting card, Carnegie Museum of Natural History

2006 Private commission: songbird portraits

French Myanmar Tenth Anniversary Logo Design

International Professionals for Advancement of Chinese Earth Sciences (IPACES): Logo Design

1999 Butterfly Wrangler, HGTV Home & Garden Expo commercial

1997 CMNH Museum-on-the-Move van: Created design and implemented installation in coordination with Education department

1996 Art for Wishlist Carnegie Safari fundraising event catalog

1995 Private commission: holiday greeting card

1985 Private commission: dog portrait

1979 Private commission: Polyphemus
EXHIBITIONS
Solo Exhibitions

2011 Rotunda Gallery, State Capitol, Harrisburg, PA: Fur, Feathers & Fossils

2011 Chatham University: Fur, Feathers & Fossils

2008 Carnegie Mellon University: The Art of Mark A. Klingler

2007 Powdermill Nature Reserve: Fur, Feathers & Fossils

2006 Carnegie Museum of Natural History: Fur, Feathers & Fossils


Press: www.carnegiemnh.org/press/06-apr-jun/060906klingler.htm

2005 American Association for the Advancement of Science: Fur, Feathers, and Fossils: The Art of Mark A. Klingler


Press: www.aaas.org/news/releases/2005/1101klingler.shtml

2003 Slippery Rock University: Fur, Flowers, and Fossils

2002 Carnegie Mellon University: Fur, Flowers, and Fossils

1995 Saxonburg Public Library

1995 PNC Bank, Oakland Branch, Pittsburgh: Insects and Trees

1993 Associated Artists of Butler County: The Art of Mark A. Klingler

1976 Robert Hunter School
Other Exhibitions

2011 Carnegie Museum of Natural History: life-sized sculpture reconstruction of Afrotarsus sp. for Explore Evolution exhibition

2011 Johnstown, PA: Wildlife Art exhibition ­– Featured Artist

2010 Federal Duck Stamp Competition Show, California

2010 Carnegie Museum of Natural History: life-sized sculpture reconstruction of Fedexia striegeli for Fossil Frontiers exhibition

2010 Laurel Arts Gallery, Somerset, PA: Creatures Great & Small – Featured Artist

2009 Lord of the Crane Flies

2009 Hunt Botanical Institute, Carnegie Mellon University: Wings of Paradise: The Art of John Cody. Polyphemus life cycle illustrations.

2009 Guild of Natural Science Illustrators, New York Chapter, Somerset Environmental Center and Yale-Peabody Museum: Raptors – Juried Traveling Show

2009 Guild of Natural Science Illustrators, New York Chapter, Somerset Environmental Center and Yale-Peabody Museum: Amphibians – Juried Traveling Show

2009 Powdermill Nature Reserve: Wildflowers and Plants of Pennsylvania – Juried Show

2008 Guild of Natural Science Illustrators, New York Chapter, Connecticut Audubon Society: Eastern Butterflies – Juried Traveling Show

2008 Oakbridge Academy of Arts at Pennsylvania State University – New Kensington: Student and Faculty Show

2008 Guild of Natural Science Illustrators Annual Conference, Ithaca College: Juried Member Exhibit at Cornell University

2008 North Hills Public Library: American Society of Botanical Illustrators – Juried Show

2008 Oakbridge Academy of Arts: Faculty Show

2008 Denver Butterfly House

2007 Schaus, Florida

2007 Carnegie Museum of Natural History, new permanent exhibition: Dinosaurs in Their Time. Paleontological reconstructions for label rails and panels in 27,000 ft2 hall.

2007 Federal Duck Stamp Competition Show, Sanibel Island, Florida

2007 Chicago Nature Center: Amphibians – Juried Show

2007 Westmoreland Community College: Artist Teachers – Juried Show

2007 Guild of Natural Science Illustrators Annual Conference, University of Montana: Juried Member Exhibit

2007 Carnegie Museum of Natural History: Backyard Invasion: Selected Botanical Works from the Guild of Natural Science Illustrators – Juried Show

2007 Guild of Natural Science Illustrators, New York Chapter: Invasive and Native Species of Pennsylvania – Juried Traveling Show

2007 Oakbridge Academy of Arts: Student and Faculty Show

2006 Guild of Natural Science Illustrators Annual Conference, University of Oregon: Juried Member Exhibit

2006 Oakbridge Academy of Arts: Faculty Show

2006 Pittsburgh Society of Illustrators at Art Institute of Pittsburgh: Every Story Tells a Picture – Juried Member Show

2006 Guild of Natural Science Illustrators, New York Chapter, Frelinghuysen Arboretum, Morristown, NJ, and Audubon Center, Greenwich, CT: Butterflies of the Eastern Coast – Juried Traveling Show

2006 New York State Museum, Fon Art: Nature Art – Juried Show

2006 Hidden Valley Resort: Wildlife Art – Juried Show

2006 Guild of Natural Science Illustrators, New York Chapter, Carnegie Museum of Natural History: Northeastern Invasive Species and Endangered Pennsylvania Plants – Juried Traveling Show
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2005 Pittsburgh Society of Illustrators at Laurel Arts Gallery, Somerset, PA: Process of Illustration – Juried Show

2005 Hunt Botanical Institute, Carnegie Mellon University: Botanical and Horticultural Lithographs of Joseph Prestele and Sons. Illustration of printing press.

2005 Guild of Natural Science Illustrators Annual Conference, College of the Atlantic, Bar Harbor, ME: Juried Member Show

2005 Whippany Park High School: Students of John Terry – Show in Honor of John Terry’s Retirement

2004 Pittsburgh Society of Illustrators at Pittsburgh Technical Institute: Process of Illustration – Juried Show

2004 Guild of Natural Science Illustrators Annual Conference, College of William and Mary, Williamsburg, VA: Juried Member Show

2004 Carnegie Museum of Natural History: Label panel graphics and illustrations to accompany Ancient Bronzes exhibition, curated by Sandra Olsen, PhD

2003 Pittsburgh Society of Illustrators at Pittsburgh Center for the Arts: Illustration – Juried Member Show

2003 Denver Museum of Nature & Science: PaleoArt Exhibition – Juried Show

2003 Guild of Natural Science Illustrators Annual Conference, University of Denver, Juried Member Exhibit: The Art of Nature – Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum

2003 Pittsburgh Society of Illustrators at Associated Artists of Butler County: Carnival of Illustration – Juried Member Show

2002 Guild of Natural Science Illustrators Annual Conference, University of Kansas: Juried Member Show

2002 Pittsburgh Society of Illustrators at Art Institute of Pittsburgh: Through the Mind’s Eye – Juried Member Show

2001 Carnegie Museum of Natural History: Label panel on scientific illustration to accompany Ernst Haeckel: Art Forms in Nature exhibit.

2000 Rolling Rock Club, Ligonier, PA: Wildlife Art – Juried Show and Auction

2000 Pittsburgh Society of Illustrators at Art Institute of Pittsburgh: Play Ball – Juried Member Show

1999 Southern Alleghenies Museum of Art: Wildlife Art – Juried Show and Auction

1999 Rolling Rock Club, Ligonier, PA: Wildlife Art – Juried Show and Auction

1998 Southern Alleghenies Museum of Art: Wildlife Art – Juried Show and Auction

1997 Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts: Student Exhibition

1996 Guild of Natural Science Illustrators Annual Conference, Smithsonian Institute: Twenty-five Years of Natural Science Illustration – Juried Member Exhibit

1995 Saxonburg Festival of the Arts: Juried Show

1995 Bell Museum of Natural History, University of Minnesota: Beauty and Biology: Butterflies and Moths in Art and Science – Invited to include Flight for Freedom Kern Sphinx Moth Conservation Stamp in Juried Show

1996 Carnegie Museum of Natural History: Hall of Biodiversity. Illustrations and exhibit design for Diversity Among Insects exhibit.

1996 Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum, Tucson, AZ: Plants and Their Pollinators – Juried Show

1995 Carnegie Museum of Natural History: Hall of North American Wildlife. Arthropod sculptures for Which is an insect? interactive display component.

1993 Associated Artists of Butler County: Wildlife Art – Juried Show

1993 Oakland Museum of Natural History, Oakland, CA: Natural Design – Juried Show

1992 Carnegie Museum of Natural History: Graphics, illustrations, and oil painting to accompany Alcoa Foundation Hall of American Indians, curated by James Richardson III, PhD

1992 Associated Artists of Butler County: Spring Wildlife – Juried Show

1989 Oakland Museum of Natural History, CA: Native Species of California – Juried Show

1988 University of Virginia, National Graphic Design Student Exhibition: Juried Show

1988 Carnegie Mellon University: Graphic Design Student Gallery

1986 West Virginia University: Joint WVU/CMU Design Student Show

1983 New Jersey Governor’s School: Student Exhibition


PRESENTATIONS
Talks & Lectures

2010 Indiana University of Pennsylvania, Biology Department: Field to Studio – Guest Speaker

2010 Guild of Natural Science Illustrators Annual Conference, University of North Carolina: Reconstructing a Primate from Eocone Myanmar, Ganlea megacaninaPresentation

2010 Carnegie Museum of Natural History homeschool program, Lovely LepidopteraGuest Speaker

2009 Art Seeds, Somerset County Artist Association: The Art of Mark Klingler in Scientific Illustration – Guest Speaker

2008 American Society of Botanical Artists: Accurate Insects in your Botanical Illustrations National Conference Presentation

2008 Guild of Natural Science Illustrators Annual Conference, Ithaca University: A Dream Come True: Illustrating “Field Guide to the Natural World of New York City”Presentation

2008 University of Pittsburgh Honors College: Illustrating Worlds of DinosaursGuest Speaker

2008 Denver Botanic Gardens Public Lecture Series: Field to Studio – Guest Speaker

2008 Elisabeth Morrow School: Illustrating a Field Guide – three K-8 Presentations

2008 University of Pittsburgh Studio Arts Club: Guest Speaker/Panel Member, Career Day

2007 Carnegie Mellon University Alumni Weekend: From Field to Studio – Meet the Artist

2007 National Botanical Association Annual Conference: How to Photograph Insects for Botanical Pollinator Images – Guest Speaker

2007 Monongahela Rock Hounds: From Field to Studio – Guest Speaker

2007 Westmoreland Community College Career Day: Artist Teachers Guest Speaker

2006 Art Seeds, Somerset County Artist Association: From Field to Studio – Guest Speaker

2006 Carnegie Museum of Natural History: Meet the Scientist Lunch & Lecture Series – Guest Speaker on Fur, Feathers, and Fossils: The Art of Mark A. Klingler

2006 Allegheny Botanical Association: Scientific Illustration of Botanicals – Guest Speaker

2006 Penn Hills Art Group: The Art of Mark A. Klingler: From Field to Studio – Guest Speaker

2005 American Association for the Advancement of Science: Fur, Feathers, and Fossils: The Art of Mark A. Klingler – Guest Speaker

2005 Guild of Natural Science Illustrators Annual Conference, College of the Atlantic, Bar Harbor, ME: How to Take References of Insects and Butterflies – Presentation/Butterfly Walk

2005 Indiana (Pennsylvania) Artist League: Field to Studio – Guest Speaker

2005 Carnegie Museum of Natural History: Scientific Illustration with Mark A. Klingler – Webcast http://ong9d.rmxpres.com/webcast/data/carnegiemnh_001/msh.html

2004 Pittsburgh Technical Institute: Process of Illustration – Process and development of five oil paintings for The Hunt for the Dawn Monkey

2004 Carnegie Mellon University: Fur, Flowers, and Fossils – Meet the Artist

2004 Westmoreland Community College Career Day: Artist Teachers Guest Speaker

2003 Guild of Natural Science Illustrators Annual Conference, University of Denver: Reconstructing Eomaia from the Fossil Record – Presentation

2003 Art Institute of Pittsburgh, Business program: Being an Artist in the Field of Scientific Illustration – Guest Speaker

2003 Slippery Rock University, College of Art & Design: From Field to Studio – Guest Speaker

2003 Oakbridge Academy of Arts: Process of Illustrating Book Plates in “The Hunt for the Dawn Monkey” by K.C. Beard

2002 Guild of Natural Science Illustrators Annual Conference, University of Kansas: Hybrid Traditional Rendering Techniques – Presentation

2001 Carnegie Museum of Natural History: Meet the Scientist Lunch & Lecture Series – Guest Speaker on illustration topics in conjunction with Ernst Haeckel: Art Forms in Nature exhibit

1998 East Suburban Artists League – Guest Speaker

1996 Guild of Natural Science Illustrators Annual Conference, Smithsonian Institution: The Process of Constructing Arthropod Models – Presentation

1993 Associated Artists of Butler County: Wildlife Art – Guest Speaker

1992 Powdermill Nature Reserve: The Lepidoptera Life Cycle: Focus on Butterflies in Pennsylvania – Guest Speaker

1992 Carnegie Museum of Natural History: Docent Training Lunch – Guest Speaker on illustration topics in conjunction with Beatrix Potter exhibit

1991 Powdermill Nature Reserve: The Role of Scientific Illustration in Entomology – Guest Speaker

1991 American Association of Retired Persons, Export, PA chapter: What We Do in Entomology at Carnegie Museum of Natural History – Guest Speaker
Workshops

2011 Carnegie Museum of Natural History: Drawing Wildlife workshop series for adults, repeated by popular request

2010 Phipps Conservatory Educators of Pennsylvania Certificate Program, Enhancing Colors in Your Botanicals– workshop series for adults

2010 Carnegie Museum of Natural History: Drawing Wildlife workshop series for adults

2010 American Society of Botanical Artists: Know Your Pollinators National Conference Presentation

2009 Phipps Conservatory, team-taught with Connie M???: Pastel Painting workshop series for adults

2008 Carnegie Museum of Art: Illustrating Wildlife, Art & Nature

2008 Denver Botanic Gardens Certificate Program: Insect Illustration

2008 Phipps Conservatory Educators of Pennsylvania Certificate Program

2008 Guild of Natural Science Illustrators Annual Conference, Ithaca College: Reconstructing Mammals from the Fossil Record

2008 Powdermill Nature Reserve: Illustrating Wildlife, Art & Nature

2007 Phipps Conservatory Botanical Illustration Certificate Program: Illustrating Insects, Lepidoptera, Bees and Beetles

2007 National Botanical Association Annual Conference: Watercolor and Color Pencil

2005 Guild of Natural Science Illustrators Summer Workshop, Humboldt Institute: Anatomy of Lepidoptera for Science Illustrating

2004 Guild of Natural Science Illustrators Annual Conference, College of William and Mary, Williamsburg, VA: Techniques ShowcaseOil Painting

2002 Guild of Natural Science Illustrators Annual Conference, University of Kansas: Techniques ShowcaseOil Painting for the Book “The Hunt for the Dawn Monkey” by K.C. Beard

1998 Powdermill Nature Reserve, Rector, PA: Art from Wildlife

1997 Carnegie Museum of Natural History, Adult Workshop: The Art of Drawing Butterflies

1996 Carnegie Museum of Natural History, Adult Workshop: Wildlife, Flowers, and Insects

1995 Carnegie Museum of Natural History, Adult Workshop: Wildlife Illustration

1994 Audubon Society at Hartwood Acres: The Study of Insects: Science to Art

1993 Associated Artists of Butler County: Sculpting Model Flowers

1993 Carnegie Museum of Natural History, Children’s Workshop: Scientific Illustration

1993 Powdermill Nature Reserve: Wildlife Art/Butterflies/Nature

1992 Guild of Natural Science Illustrators Summer Workshop, Humboldt Institute: Collecting/Spreading/Pinning Moths at the Sheet and Anatomy of Lepidoptera for Science Illustrating
Personal Appearances & Interviews

2010 Pittsburgh Post-Gazette: Reconstructing Fossils, Alison Hendricks

2010 Oakbridge Academy of Arts Commencement Speaker

2008 Borders Pittsburgh, Book Signing: Field Guide to the Natural World of New York City

2008 Carnegie Mellon University, Book Signing: Field Guide to the Natural World of New York City

2007 Gracie Mansion, New York City, Book Launch/Signing: Field Guide to the Natural World of New York City

2007 Elizabeth Morrow School, Book Signing: Field Guide to the Natural World of New York City

2007 Carnegie Museum of Natural History: Meet the Curator cultivation event

2006 Carnegie Museum of Natural History: Pittsburgh Young Professionals cultivation event hosted in Fur, Feathers, and Fossils: The Art of Mark A. Klingler exhibit

2005 Pittsburgh Tribune Review: Local artist at AAAS

2003 Society of Vertebrate Paleontology Annual Conference, St. Paul, Minnesota: Accept John J. Lanzendorf Paleoart Prize

2002 Oakbridge Academy of Arts Commencement Speaker

1993 CARNEGIE magazine: Illustrating Insects

1992 Oakland newsletter, Pittsburgh, PA: Scientific Illustration








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