Kate Brown-Wing’s work
Kate Brown-Wing, an artist and illustrator since 1986, is a seasoned professional.
Her start in the field of Illustration began at the
Harvard Museum of Natural History- specifically the Museum of Comparative Zoology,
where she worked as a curatorial assistant and then as a freelance illustrator. Her work at the Museum
served as a wonderful foundation in biological science and provided
the opportunity to work with world-renowned scientists.
Brown-Wing’s illustrations have been published;
-as small as a trout stamp and as large as a classroom wall,
and have been utilized in several fields:
Scientific; General non-fiction; Children’s non-fiction; Educational; Institutional; Environmental; Commercial/product.
Among Brown-Wing’s clients are:
The Harvard Museum of Natural History,
The American Museum of Natural History, United States Fish and Wildlife Department,
WGBH/Nova, and the Orvis Co.
Houghton Mifflin, A.A. Knopf, Little, Brown and Co., Crown Books for Young Readers.
Brown-Wing has been an instructor for Public Programs:
The DeCordova Museum of Art,
The Newport Art Museum, The Fuller Museum of Art
At Harvard- Brown-Wing has traveled as a co-leader for the travel program,
traveling to the Galapagos. Tanzania, and Costa Rica.
Brown-Wing offers workshops to adults, families and children –
please visit www.Brown-WingArtStudios.com for the range of offerings.
Brown-Wing now lives in VA, and continues to illustrate,
and paint murals and present workshops and classes that inspire!