Many of these paintings are Visitor Center Murals.
Others were for wayside exhibits with the original painting installed at some other location. Some paintings were created at a smaller size, then an enlarged version installed in the public location.
Badlands National Park, painted to commemorate the reintroduction of the Black-footed Ferret. Painting installed at the main visitor center in Interior, South Dakota.
Redwood National Park – Elk Prairie exhibit, Orick, CA.
Lassen Volcanic National Park – original in a private collection, exhibit in the park.
Canyon to Estuary – Return of the Elwha River, Olympic National Park. One of two paintings involved with the largest dam removal project in America.
Elwha Nearshore – Return of the Elwha River, Olympic National Park. One of two paintings involved with the largest dam removal project in America. Installed at the Feiro Marine Science Center, Port Angeles, WA.
Muir Beach Overlook – Golden Gate National Conservation Area, Marin County CA
Point Reyes National Seashore, Northern California. Used for the park map and visitor center installation.
Spirit of the Forest – Muir Woods National Monument, Northern California
Colorado Desert, Joshua Tree National Park, CA
Old Growth Forests installed at Mount Rainier National Park – see the installation below.
Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Painting used for many interpretive products.
Exit Glacier – Kenai Fjords National Park, Seward Alaska
Mammoth Cave National Park, Kentucky – a rare old-growth broad-leaf forest as well as an amazing cave.
Mesa Verde National Park – painting installed in the museum where my dad also worked in the 1950’s.
Mojave Desert – painting installed in the Joshua Tree National Park visitor center, Twentynine Palms, CA