Pachyrhinosaurus canadensis in purple and green.
Raven Amos Art
Sunrise over the Nemegt River in Cretaceous Mongolia greets a female Conchoraptor gracilis with a breakfast of hermit crab inside a Viviparus shell.
Ichthyovenator laosensis cruises the coastal swamps, catching an unlucky courting male Siamamia fish in this speculative reconstruction of behavior, environment, and species in Early Cretaceous Laos.
A lone, lost Anchiceratops ornatus navigates through the mountains of Cretaceous Canada under the light of the northern lights (aurora borealis).
Canada's "spiked lizard" peers through the jungles of time. This image earned a First Place (blue ribbon) at the 2015 Alaska State Fair in Palmer!
A speculative look at the behaviors and habits of long-gone creatures, submitted for Irregular Books’ “All Yesterdays” contest:
Gorgosaurus libratus – the lesser bowertyrant – courts a potential mate by constructing bowers of bone and driftwood and offering trophies of previous hunts or scavenging expeditions while displaying his iridescent feathers.