Mark Hallett is a prolific paleoartist and illustrator. His style and depictions can be found across many decades of magazines, movies, books, and museum installations. Hallett’s traditional art talents are obvious and beautifully illustrate the scientific details in all his drawings, paintings, and sculptures.
Gary Staab is known world-wide for his diverse life sculptures. Nothing is to big or too small. He has an uncanny ability to make bronze sculptures look like they are living animals just frozen for a moment in time. Gary Staab is feature artist in many museums, zoos, National Geographic, and NOVA productions.
William Stout is well known for his science fiction and fantasy paintings as well as his paleo-art. He is a master painter with a clear process that brings the viewer into his studio in a most educational and informative way. His works purvey a sense of adventure and show us not only extinct animals, but also a rich, sometimes whimsical, worlds that they lived in.
Julius T. Csotonyi has an extensive scientific background including a PhD in microbiology. His digital paintings are elegant pieces of art that have an unparalleled attention to scientific detail. With an intuitive sense of artistic composition, light and shadow, and technical painting ability, Csotonyi gives a dynamic new life to his extinct depictions.
Dennis J. Wilson is a talented multimedia artist trained in traditional fine art. He became a paleo enthusiast while working at the American Museum of Natural History. He specializes in three dimensional life-like reconstructions of extinct and extant creatures. His work is featured in numerous global museums and exhibitions.