Plant Folklore broadside set resurrected

May 3, 2011By PaulDrawing, News, Posters No Comments

Singing Down Roots: Plant Folklore of the Sonoran Desertis a set of limited edition broadsides originally commissioned by the Arizona Humanities Council as part of a traveling exhibit on desert plants as characters in oral traditions of Southwestern Indian Tribes. Originally published in 1991, there are but a handful of these posters left.All are 22 … Read More

Flavors of the Border

October 6, 2010By PaulNews, Posters 1 Comment

Sabores Sin Fronteras/Flavors without Borders is a series of bilingual, multi-cultural events, sponsored by the Southwest Center at the University of Arizona in Tucson. It’s aim is to educate and celebrate local foods of the Southwest, unimpeded by local political issues and surveyors markers. Even US border patrol agents can’t resist a good carne asada … Read More

Pollinator Posters

July 23, 2010By PaulFine art, News, Posters 1 Comment

POLINATORS are beautiful, cool, and important to all life on Earth–and now they are stressed out. Even if you don’t know exactly what a pollinator is, you need this poster. Pollinators are IN for interior decor. The North American Pollinator Protection Campaign and Co-evolution Institute have been using my Pollinators painting in their campaign to raise awareness among humans about these … Read More

Tuzigoot Visitor’s Center exhibit

April 2, 2010By PaulGraphic design, News, Posters 3 Comments

Exhibit panel for the new Tuzigoot National Monument visitors Center. Last year I received a commission from the National Park Service to create an introduction panel to the new redesign of the Tuzigoot National Monument visitor’s center in northern Arizona. The exhibit panels may be in place by the end of this summer. The theme … Read More