exhibits:

 

Bandelier
National Monument

 
  Badlands National Park
  Bryce Canyon National Park
 

Crater Lake National Park

 
 

Cumberland Island
National Seashore

 
 

Fort Moultrie
National Monument

 
 

 LADPW Topo Map

 
 

Manassas National
Battlefield Park

 
 

Padre Island
National Seashore

 

 

  Santa Monica Mountains
National Recreation Area
 
 

Sebana Seca Naval Base

 
 

Shenandoah National Park

 
  The Washington Monument
  Wrangell -St. Elias
National Park & Preserve

Shenandoah National Park
Dickey Ridge Visitor Center, Skyline Drive, Virginia

Click on the models listed below to see the images.
(Taken at my studio before clear- coating and installation. )

Black Bear Cub

Goldfinch with Thistle

Raccoon with Crayfish

Brook Trout

Groundhog

Screech Owl

Chipmunk

Louisiana Waterthrush

Seal Salamander

Deermouse

Pickerel Frog

Stream Cross-section

Eastern Box Turtle

Red-tailed Hawk

Whitetail Fawn

Fallen Log

Ruffed Grouse

 

 

 

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Middle view of exhibit

 

 

Right view of exhibit

This project was one of the most challenging I've produced to date. Another visitor center collaboration with Color-Ad, Inc. (and master fabricator David Currier, of Charlottesville, Virginia, who created all the trees and other pieces), the exhibit of synthetic representations of various indigenous flora & fauna is displayed with beautiful photomurals among custom cabinetry and graphic interactives. My contribution (listed below) constitutes only part of the exhibit, which I managed to complete in approximately six months. All the models were created using a variety of materials; however, the primary medium employed with every model was Polygem sculpting epoxy. The ease of use and variable properties make it the finest product I've ever used.

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