Find Yourself – Elisabeth Daynès, paleo artist @836M gallery
French artist, Elisabeth Daynès is a world-renowned paleo artist that has been acclaimed in multiple occasions for her reconstructions of fossil hominids. Among other things, in 1999 she did the recreation of the Australopithecus Lucy for the Field Museum in Chicago. In 2006, she re-created the Egyptian pharaoh Tutankhamen’s face that ended up on the cover of National Geographic worldwide. In 2010, she was awarded the John J. Lanzendorf-National Geographic Paleoart Prize that recognizes outstanding achievement in paleontological scientific illustration and naturalistic art. Not bad for an autodidact!