The Art of Science

UConn's biological illustrator draws everything from elephants to insects, helping researchers illustrate books, reimagine extinct birds, and define new species of bugs. ()

Biological illustrator Virge Kask ’79 (CLAS), ’84 (CLAS) draws everything from elephants to insects, helping UConn researchers illustrate books, reimagine extinct birds, and define new species of bugs.

An exhibit of Kask’s work, “The Art in Science,” is on display at Homer Babbidge Library through Oct. 19.