Natural History Illustration
Amanda Hall creates natural history illustration in pen and ink as well as with watercolour, pencil crayon and gouache. On this page you can browse through Amanda’s images available to license from her forthcoming picture book How The Sea Came To Be: And All the Creatures In It.
How The Sea Came To Be charts the earth’s oceans over the last 4.5 billion years. As well as geology illustration there are examples of some of the earth’s earliest marine organisms, through to animals living in our oceans today. The illustrations are based on natural science research, but always with Amanda’s decorative and colourful style.
If you are a designer searching for marine-inspired art suitable for food and drink packaging, china and homewares or fabric designs for soft furnishings and want to license existing artwork, the illustrations on this page could be a perfect fit. Or if you want to commission an artist to create new natural history illustration for products that need either tonal or linear images of creatures and habitats, please enquire via Amanda’s contact page.
How The Sea Came To Be was written by Jennifer Berne and will be published by Eerdmans Books for Young Readers in April 2023.