Enid Hatton

Enid is a graduate of Boston College and attended the Art Center College of Design in Pasadena, CA. She received her Masters Degree in Medical Illustration at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine in 1980.

From 1980 to 1998, Enid pursued an acclaimed career as a top US medical illustrator. Her work includes award winning illustrations for medical journals and texts as well as a wide variety of national and international exhibitions that combine her artistic and creative talents with her exceptional knowledge of science and medicine. She has taught art on both undergraduate and graduate levels; has served on the Society of Illustrator's Joint Ethics Committee and the editorial board of the Association of Medical Illustrators.

Commencing in 1998, Enid enlarged the scope of her artistic training by studying portraiture, marine and landscape painting with some of today's most noteworthy artists. She is a prize awarded member of the New York Society of Illustrators, the Salmagundi Club, and the Catharine Lorillard Wolfe Art Club. She has also won fine art awards from the Hilton Head Art League, the Connecticut Society of Portrait Artists and the Brush and Palette Club of New Haven.

Enid is also proud to be a commissioned artist in the U.S. Air Force Art Program by invitation of the office of the Secretary of the Air Force. Her assignments have included location work in Mississippi after hurricane Katrina, and more recently at Creech Air Force Base in Nevada to chronicle the US "Un-manned Aerial Vehicle" technology.