Katy Wiedemann’s work explores the field of scientific illustration, particularly that of human and animal anatomy. Using traditional illustration techniques, her work blends a unique expression of realism with a precise understanding of scientific anatomy, highlighting the beauty and the complexity of our natural biological forms. Inspired by the great anatomical illustrators of history, such as Jean-Baptiste Marc Bourgery, Henry Vandyke Carter and Max Brodel, she seeks to revisit the aesthetic of classic scientific illustration, yet with a modern interpretation. Katy’s illustrations have been published in several large scientific publications, such as Scientific American Magazine and Taschen’s Atlas of Infographics.
Katy is a graduate of the Rhode Island School of Design with a BFA in Illustration, as well as a MA in Illustration from Edinburgh College of Art. Please do not hesitate to contact her for information on sales, freelance work or general inquiries. More of Katy's work can be viewed on her fine art website: katywiedemann.com