Peter Trusler's work is truly international in scope. During the past ten years he has visited fossil sites in Russia, Namibia, Newfoundland, Canada, and South Australia's Flinders Ranges, working with paleontologists to recreate the fauna and flora that flourished millions of years ago in those places. An exhibition of his work will soon go on an international tour to Italy, the first stop after its debut at Monash University's Science Centre, near Melbourne, Australia. Prof. Patricia Vickers-Rich, director of the Monash Science Centre, asserts that Trusler's scientific illustrations are among the “best in the world.”
Susan Robinson is a freelance artist specializing in painting mineral and gem specimens as well as birds and wildlife.