Tag: interpretive sign illustration


A stream restoration, illustrated

This year I had the pleasure of working the City of Kitchener to help communicate the reasons for and impact of a major stream restoration in one of their urban …

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Interpretive sign illustration at Royal Botanical Gardens

A few years ago I created this illustration showing the first people to introduce corn to Southern Ontario around AD 500 – 1000. This culture was first identified (or at …

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Bee Exhibit illustrations at the Canada Agriculture and Food Museum

A few years ago I licensed four of my insect illustrations to the Canada Agriculture and Food Museum for use in an exhibit about honey bees. The exhibit designers wanted …

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From a Decade Ago: Pen and Ink Aquarium Illustrations

I’m not quite ready to post any of my most recent illustrations, so I thought I’d share some pen and ink drawings I was working on a decade ago. I …

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Eastern Bumblebee

Over the past few years I’ve had the opportunity to paint a variety of animals for interpretive signs at the Smithsonian National Zoological Park. Below is my most recent illustration …

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Additional interpretive signs at the Huron Natural Area

Pictured above and below is another interpretive sign that I illustrated at the Huron Natural Area. It’s the same illustration as the one installed on the Forest Trail earlier this …

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Interpretive sign illustrations: forest

Recently installed interpretive signs in Kitchener’s Huron Natural Area use my illustrations to help educate the public about the local environment.     I created the illustrations by making detailed …

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Details from most recent illustrations for interpretive signs

Below are small details taken from large illustrations of a meadow and a forest in the Great Lakes Region. I’ll post the entire illustrations when the signs are installed this …

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Illustrated trailside signs at Kitchener’s Huron Natural Area

Last week at their Huron Natural Area the City of Kitchener installed several signs near the entryway and along the trails. These signs interpret the ecology and cultural history of the …

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