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About Rick Adleman

Colorado artist Rick Adleman focuses his work on the nature and history of the Southwest United States. He is best known for his illustrations in the scientific description of the dinosaur Utahraptor ostrommaysorum. His work has appeared in Time magazine, the New York Times, various other publications and can be seen in public and private collections in the United States and Mexico.

Education
Studied under:
Dick Doherty
Don Meyers
Robert T. Bakker, Ph.D.
George Callison

Experience
Scientific Illustrator, Dinamation International Society, 1992-1999
Free lance artist, 1985-present

Exhibitions
1995 Group exhibition, Devils Canyon Science and Learning Center, Fruita, CO
Artist’s Alpine Holiday, Ouray County Arts Association juried show
Dinosaur Journey Museum, Fruita, CO

Awards
2017 Mobile Art Academy, National Top 100, mDAC Summit

Collections
Dinosaur Journey Museum, Fruita, CO
Colorado Mesa University, Tomlinson Library
Bank of Colorado, Glenwood Springs, CO
Museums of Western Colorado, Grand Junction, CO
Delta High School, Delta, CO
Private collection, Saltillo, Coahuila, Mexico
Private collection, Gateway, CO
Private collection, Montrose, CO
Private collection, Delta, CO
Private collection, Grand Junction, CO
Private collection, Great Falls, MT

Publications
Illustration - Time Magazine, July 27, 1992, Pg. 23, “A new dinosaur find in Utah makes Tyrannosaurus rex look cuddly”
Illustration – New York Times, July 21, 1992, Pg. C8, “A creature to make T. Rex tremble”
Article and illustrations - The Maverick, Winter 2019, Pg. 7, "200-million-year-old Inspiration"
Illustrations - Kirkland, J.I. with Burge, D.L. and Gaston, R. (1993). "A large dromaeosaur [Theropoda] from the Lower Cretaceous of Utah" Hunteria, volume 2, issue 10
Illustration - Kenneth Carpenter, (1999) Eggs, Nests, and Baby Dinosaurs: A Look at Dinosaur Reproduction (Life of the Past), Indiana University Press; Chapter 9, "Predation of dinosaur nests by terrestrial crocodilians," James I. Kirkland

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