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fine art


Emily Mintz is a science and conservation focused oil painter, sculptor, and illustrator based in New York City. Her work focuses on the relationship between the natural sciences and the human condition, trying to stress the lasting effects humanity and nature have upon one another while exploring themes of mortality, anthropology, sexuality, and the expectations of women in society. 

She works full time as an exhibit artist for the Wildlife Conservation Society based at the Bronx Zoo and taught animal drawing at the American Museum of Natural History until 2020. 

She studied studio art at Bennington College and has a BFA from Queens College.







Any ideas expressed in her art are not necessarily those of her employers



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