May 3
Puerco Pueblo Project
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Late in 2011, I was hired by Petrified Forest National Park to provide illustrations for new interpretive signage for the 600 year old archaeological site of Puerco Pueblo. In 2012, I worked with park rangers and archaeologists to reconstruct daily life in the pueblo’s plaza as well as a birds-eye view of how the pueblo may have looked in the fourteenth century.

Puerco Aerial
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Puerco Plaza Scene
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Click below to see sketches and photos of the installed signs…
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Jan 13
Projectile Points and Shark Teeth
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Art for the t-shirt line at meghunter.net. These are color-separated for spot color screen printing in six colors. Six designs total, click the link to see them all…

Flint knapping

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Jul 13
Bolivia
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I’m back from attending the 2012 IFRAO Rock Art Congress in La Paz, Bolivia! Photos of my adventures can be seen on my Flickr page.

Bolivia

Oct 3
Sobaipuri Village
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Sobaipuri Village
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Another interesting archaeological reconstruction project, this time for archaeologist Deni J. Seymour’s forthcoming book about the Sobaipuri O’odham people of Southern Arizona. This is a partial reconstruction of an actual site along the San Pedro river, around 1770, looking East across the river toward the Dragoon Mountains.

Nov 2
The Gallo Campground Project
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Chaco 2

Here is another project for an outdoor educational exhibit for which I provided illustrations of a reconstructed archaeological site, this time in Chaco Canyon.
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Aug 9
The Millville Project
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The main reason for my trip to Brazil this summer was to attend the 2009 IFRAO Global Rock Art Congress. I gave a presentation on two projects for which I was commissioned to produce artwork, both involving outdoor educational exhibits at rock art sites. The talk I gave was about the preservation aspect of my work, but here, I’m going to go into detail about the art itself. This painting is the first of the two, which I will walk through from concept sketch to finished signage. Click the link below and read on…

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Jul 20
Obrigado Brasil!
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Hyacinth Macaws, Hyacinth Valley, Brazil.

I’ve just returned from Brazil after attending the 2009 IFRAO International Rock Art Congress in São Raimundo Nonato, Piaui. My wife and I had countless adventures and made many new friends.
I also took over 2400 photos, some of which can be seen on my Flickr page.

Enjoy!