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top photo: park staff gossip while Larry tries to work. Kenai Fjords National Park, Seward Alaska.

Quick cell phone photo of young bobcat outside the kitchen window.
Contact Us:

Email: Nancy at or Larry at
By surface mail, USPS, FedEx or UPS, our studio mailing address is:
Estuary Press, 115 Hilton Avenue, Port Townsend WA 98368

Business hours studio only: 360-379-0703

Barred owl on our feeder – photo by Nancy Cherry Eifert from the dinner table.
Similar photo taken by Nancy Cherry Eifert from the dinner table.

For more of Nancy’s photos, go to her website here.

Nancy and Larry – 90′ mural dedication in 29 Palms California, 2006
 Use Permits

Just email us and explain what you intend to do with the images. We’ll usually give you a one-time use permit if you don’t intend to make money from it.

A burnt and wildblown Larry in Cabo. Nancy and Larry sailed a 50′ ketch down the Baja peninsula in 2005
Nancy detailing the second 29 Palms mural in 2006.
Where’s My Order?

Occasionally we are on location doing field work for a new project. Estuary Press isn’t a big company with folks just waiting around and watching the robots filling orders. If you’ve received an email after placing an order, you’re get your shipment soon. If you have doubts about this, call us.

Going ashore in Baja to buy fish for dinner, 2006 – Fish camp with only 6 people living there.
Like to hear from us occasionally? Just use one of the signup forms on most pages.

Larry Eifert has been in the business of selling his art since 1968. Nancy has since 1999.

For almost 10 years, we’ve sent out an email blog for new art projects or products. If you’d like to join this group, please send us an email. Don’t worry, you won’t get swamped with offers from us.

WE will NEVER give your email or other information to anyone else. No need to worry about SPAM originating from us (we hate it too). However, if you join our occasional newsletter, you may enjoy our stories and news about new products.

Lang’s Beach on North Island in New Zealand, 2001. A painting around every headland.
Discounts for Stores, Tour Groups, Schools or Classes:

We are happy to give quantity wholesale discount prices at the normal wholesale rates to stores, schools or ecotourism businesses. It’s our goal to put our educational products into as many hands as we can. We also give volume discounts to teachers who wish to use posters or nature guides for teaching aids.

On top of Olympic National Park, Grand Valley. Olympic has commissioned 40 of my paintings.
Mt Whitney, Owens Valley Ca 2004. On the road to another project. The Schulman Grove of Bristlecone Pines, oldest trees on the planet, are nearby here. Three large murals are installed in the Visitor Center. Go see!
Can I Copy or Use This Art?

We allow photocopying of  poster interpretive backs for a non-commercial educational use. The easiest way to do this is to use an engineering machine for a one-time reduction of the poster back to an 11″ x 17″ size, then use the result to photocopy classroom copies. No other products may be photocopied! Please contact us for details. YOU MAY NOT SELL THESE COPIES.

On location sketching for the mural at Kenai Fjords National Park, Seward Alaska
IMPORTANT Copyright information

All art, photos or information seen on this website is copyrighted © by Estuary Press, Larry and Nancy Cherry Eifert. Any use of the images found here may NOT be reproduced or used, either electronically or physically without written consent ONLY and may be obtained by email contact We are happy to allow the use of this work for non-profit educational use, but CONTACT US FIRST. This allows us to better serve you by providing the best scanned version available.What happens if you get caught copying this work without permission?
We have successfully litigated the plagiarism of Larry Eifert’s art and won’t hesitate to do it again, mainly because the law is on the side of the artist. It’s not worth it to you, so call us for a user permission agreement.

VSE_Museum photo
We see similarities from the photo of Larry sketching Exit Glacier in Alaska seen above? Virginia Eifert at the Illinois State Museum 80 years earlier.

See Virginia’s website here.