Amanda J.M. Dow    


I am by profession an archaeologist and currently work throughout beautiful Western Canada. The fringe benefits of the job includes working outside in all sorts of weather, in all kinds of settings, digging some holes, and finding old stuff. Rarely does the public hear about what we find, and I think itís essential that the story behind these sites and collections be known. I have completed series of scientific illustrations to accompany artifact descriptions that appear in final reports, as well as various conceptualizations that show what events and occurrences may have been taking place at these archaeological sites at a given time. These illustrations have been used in reports, media releases, posters, advertising, and museum displays.

Of course, between digging the square holes, I find inspiration for paintings and other fictionalizations. I have served as principal and contributing illustrator in both print and digital forums, for publication and private use. Iím always looking for new subjects and new challenges.

If you have any questions or would like permission to use any images used within, please let me know (see contact information) as most are protected by copyright.

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