Hand Anatomy wax workshop

A full day of recreating hand anatomy in wax! Rather brilliantly talented students which was such a breeze to teach!

Carbon Dust workshop

Went to a wonderful carbon dust workshop hosted by Jo Cameron. Learnt tonnes and I produced a lovely little bit […]

New business cards arrived!

Finally got round to ordering new business cards from Moo! Can’t wait to start sending them all over the country.

BIOMAB visit in Antwerp

Had an amazing few day at the BIOMAB conference in Antwerp. Saw some amazing lectures, drew some great dissections, visited […]

3D printing

I’ve been printing this little segment of skull for a workshop with the Brighton Medical Art Society. I edited it […]

Visit to Medical Art and Forensic Art Masters show at Dundee University

Spent a wonderful couple of hours viewing the students work at the masters show at Dundee University. The students work […]

Knee reconstruction – Wax workshop

A great anatomical wax knee reconstruction workshop yesterday at the Gordon Museum in London. Some extremely talented students were present! […]

Hip Reconstruction – wax workshop

Another very successful wax reconstruction workshop, this time working on the hip. It was lovely and warm at the Gordon […]

MAA Conference 2018

I organised the 69th Annual Medical Artists’ Association Conference on April 7th, at the Bath Pump Rooms. I’m rather pleased […]

carpal bones

Carpal Bones

In 2008 I published a paper The utility of carpals for sex assessment: A preliminary study, in the American Journal […]

Anatomical wax reconstruction workshop. Shoulder joint. Medical art, Medical Artists' Education Trust. Catherine Sulzmann

Shoulder joint reconstruction workshop

Anatomical wax reconstruction of the shoulder joint Another successful joint reconstruction workshop on February 2nd 2018 with the Medical Artists’ […]

foot workshop 2

Foot and ankle reconstruction

November 21st Foot and ankle reconstruction workshop went down a treat with the students.  

Medical illustration of a tumour of the bowel, medical art, medical illustration, Catherine Sulzmann, medical artist

Photoshop painting tutorial – pathology

Another little photoshop tutorial for the MAET students. This time on the subject of pathological specimens pathology video from Catherine […]

Facial reconstruction workshop with Richard Neave, Medical art, Medical Artists' Education Trust. Catherine Sulzmann

Head and neck reconstruction

I assisted in the teaching for the facial reconstruction 2 day workshop with Richard Neave in March and April 2017. […]

Humerus painted in photoshop medical art, medical illustration, Catherine Sulzmann

Photoshop painting tutorial – scapula

Just finished a little photoshop tutorial for the MAET students. Its for their scapula illustration photoshop scapula from Catherine Sulzmann […]

aeims conference Bristol 2015

AEIMS Congress 2015 (Medical Art)

I spoke at the AEIMS conference which was held at Limbs and Things (where I work!). My talk was on […]

Exeter Medical Artists' Association conference 2015

2015 MAA 66TH ANNUAL CONFERENCE

I spoke at the Exeter Medical Artists’ Association annual conference this year. My talk was on Zbrush and its pipeline […]

Versalius Continuum Conference Zakynthos

VESALIUS CONTINUUM Conference D1 Zakynthos, Greece

I will be speaking with Margot Cooper at the Vesalius continuum conference in September 2014 in Zakynthos Greece where Andreas […]

Facial reconstruction in wax, medical art, medical illustration, medical sculpture, catherine sulzmann

Facial Reconstruction with Richard Neave

For a whole week in June (the day after a full 12 km obstacle mud run) I got to study […]

Royal College of Surgeons of England Annals front cover, medical art, medical illustration, Catherine Sulzmann

RCS Annals

Managed to get my illustrations on the front of the Royal College of Surgeon Annuals!

Anatomy of an Athlete: Elite Sport, Surgery and Medical Art

Anatomy of an Athlete: Elite Sport, Surgery and Medical Art

Anatomy of an Athlete: Elite Sport, Surgery and Medical Art Tucked away in a corner of London’s Hunterian Museum, behind […]