Early fish fauna at Glencartholm, Scotland
Redwood national park, Orick CA interpretive ctr.
Huron River Swan, Oil on canvas
O is for Oceans, from “W is for Waves”
“Hurricane Ridge Fawn” Oil on canvas.
T is for Tides, from “W is for Waves”. Acrylic on board
Brittany Snow, Acrylic on canvas
A is for Atlantis, “W is for Waves”
“You shall not pass”, Oil on board.
Wolverine, oil on board.
Logo for EEB social media page.
American Society of Mammalogy Logo
Malherbe’s or “Orange-Fronted Parakeet”
Rays & Sharks, Illustration for “W is for Waves”
Z is for Zoology, “W is for Waves”
“ADW”, (Animal Diversity Web) Acrylic on board.
Lions on the moon
“Bluebelle”, Acrylic on Canvas
“Defending a meal”, Acrylic on board
N is for Narwhal, “W is for Waves”
Lantern Fish, Acrylic
Guarding the catch, Acrylic on board.
“Aspen Evening”, Acrylic on canvas
UM Biology Dept
Haasts Eagle, Gouache on illustration board
H is for Horse, from “W is for Waves”
Graphic for “Green Life Science Conference”
Mural at Redwood Interpretive Ctr. Orick CA
West of Yellowstone
“Fresh new world”, Wolverine pups exiting den
Arctic grayling (Thymallus arcticus)
Recovering wolverine. Acrylic on board.