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Dinah Jasensky

Membership level: ARTIST

About the Artist

Dinah Jasensky is a professional artist and environmental scientist living in Tucson, Arizona. She specializes in art-science collaborations and has recently created a body of astronomical work entitled “From Cosmos to Craters” that has been featured locally and abroad. Working with her husband, University of Arizona Astronomer Chris Impey, her work has been shown at the Flandreau Planetarium, Biosphere 2, World View Enterprises and the Lunar and Planetary Laboratory. She recently had an individual show at the Osher Lifelong Learning Gallery in Tucson facility and has also been selected as a 2017 Tucson Airport solo artist. Dinah’s background is in Environmental Science as well as Scientific Illustration. She holds both Bachelor and Masters degrees of Science. In 2003, she moved from a career in environmental science and illustration to fine art. Dinah works in oils, acrylics, charcoal and pastel, and has taught portraiture to students of all ages. Her work has included portrait and figurative subject matter. Dinah is a member of Oil Painters of America, the International Society of Astronomical Artists, the Portrait Society of America, Arizona Portrait Artists, and the Tucson Plein Air Painters. In 2014, she was awarded second place in the Portrait Artists of Arizona annual competition for her painting “Cactus Rose.” Dinah’s art can be viewed at

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The Crucible

Enceladus and Saturn

Birth of Exoplanets