Category Archives: sign

illustration of rain garden

Illustration for Rain Garden Interpretive Sign

This illustration is 20″H x 30″W and is done in a combination of watercolor pencil and traditional watercolor on cold-press illustration board. I am familiar with most of the plants included in the garden, and after researching the plant list

illustration of rain garden

Illustration for Rain Garden Interpretive Sign

This illustration is 20″H x 30″W and is done in a combination of watercolor pencil and traditional watercolor on cold-press illustration board. I am familiar with most of the plants included in the garden, and after researching the plant list

signs for abandoned mine drainage project

Signs for Wingfield Pines Installed

I know I keep writing about these signs, but they were a very big project involving a number of people and a period of time, and even after all the designing and illustrating and planning, it’s nothing like seeing the

signs for abandoned mine drainage project

Signs for Wingfield Pines Installed

I know I keep writing about these signs, but they were a very big project involving a number of people and a period of time, and even after all the designing and illustrating and planning, it’s nothing like seeing the

photo of the st. clair guards replica flag

Painting a Replica Civil War Flag for the Espy Post

I love it when I get an unusual assignment that requires skills I don’t get to use every day. One of the artifacts of the Capt. Thos. Espy Post at Andrew Carnegie Free Library & Music Hall is the militia

photo of the st. clair guards replica flag

Painting a Replica Civil War Flag for the Espy Post

I love it when I get an unusual assignment that requires skills I don’t get to use every day. One of the artifacts of the Capt. Thos. Espy Post at Andrew Carnegie Free Library & Music Hall is the militia

sketch of owl

Final Welcome and Interpretive Signs for Wingfield Pines

This set of large signs describes both Wingfield Pines and the abandoned mine drainage system on the site. The images of the four full-color interpretive signs images will be embedded into anodized aluminum and set at a 30-degree angle on

sketch of owl

Final Welcome and Interpretive Signs for Wingfield Pines

This set of large signs describes both Wingfield Pines and the abandoned mine drainage system on the site. The images of the four full-color interpretive signs images will be embedded into anodized aluminum and set at a 30-degree angle on

Banner Design for Espy Post

Sign, sign, everywhere a sign! I design plenty of them (would I say this year has been a “banner” year for signs?) and know that an effective sign is one of the best ways to let the public know that

Banner Design for Espy Post

Sign, sign, everywhere a sign! I design plenty of them (would I say this year has been a “banner” year for signs?) and know that an effective sign is one of the best ways to let the public know that

Interpretive No. 3

Interpretive Signs for Wingfield Pines

This set of signs describes both Wingfield Pines and the abandoned mine drainage system on the site. They will be laminated interpretive signs, the type that are either freestanding or are mounted on a permanent structure at an angle. You

Interpretive No. 3

Interpretive Signs for Wingfield Pines

This set of signs describes both Wingfield Pines and the abandoned mine drainage system on the site. They will be laminated interpretive signs, the type that are either freestanding or are mounted on a permanent structure at an angle. You

image of interpretive sign

Liberty Tree Grove Signs for ACT

I design a variety of signs, banners and displays, but my favorites are interpretive signs for parks or conservation areas, partly because of their more permanent nature and partly because I always learn something new professionally and just as a

image of interpretive sign

Liberty Tree Grove Signs for ACT

I design a variety of signs, banners and displays, but my favorites are interpretive signs for parks or conservation areas, partly because of their more permanent nature and partly because I always learn something new professionally and just as a