It's been ten years since we started work on the Pachyrhinosaurus mural at the 2007 Alaska State Fair, representing two months of weekends—a project which originated with Carmen Summerfield's Valley Arts Alliance. Scott designed the overall mural, and Raven conscripted co-workers and friends to help paint the 330 ft. square area offered by the Palmer Fairgrounds management.
Scott recently learned how to create stereographic images like these. Neat!
Friday, the 31st of March 2017 is the last day for the show at Espresso Café in Wasilla, Alaska.
We will be taking down art and hope to see those who purchased art take their canvases home with them!
A few more perks still need to ship, but we will be done with the show (for now! It may reside in a future cafe near you, if you're near Anchorage).
The face of this Triceratops calligram clock can tell you the time. And the names of most of the bones in that face. (Probably more precisely the bone name thing, though.)