Tag: archaeological illustration


Davisville illustration featured at Symbiartic

For the third year in a row, September is SciArt Blitz month at Symbiartic. Today’s featured artwork is one of my own – the illustration I created showing an 1825 …

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Fourth Coast Illuminated exhibit

This summer my work will be part of a juried exhibit of natural science illustration at the Kalamazoo Nature Center titled “Fourth Coast Illuminated.” The title refers to the fact …

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New Interpretive Signs: “The Peoples of the Grand River”

The City of Kitchener recently installed two new interpretive signs along the Grand River Walter Bean Trail near Kitchener’s Doon Valley Golf Course. (The nearest access point is the golf …

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Paleo point

I finished painting this today: Roughly 10,500 years old, the projectile point was found in Cambridge, Ontario. It is made from Onondaga chert which comes in quite a range of …

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Projectile point illustration

This illustration of an artifact from the Princess Point culture will end up on an interpretive sign along the Walter Bean Grand River Trail in Kitchener, Ontario – not far …

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