Earlier this month I traveled to Wisconsin to do a residency there. I had the pleasure of walking through the exhibit with a variety of school groups and museum patrons. Here I'm showing them "Dinosaur Parade" with the tabernacle frame by Troy Stafford.
We had a drawing workshop with several classes of fifth graders and a high school group.
The snow sculpture of a Triceratops was a little reduced by the early spring weather, but it was still very impressive.
Team USA Snow Sculptors, Mike Sponholtz, who I sketched while we had lunch together.
The Woodson Dinotopia show will end on April 7. For those of you on the east coast of the US, there will be another chance to see the paintings "Garden of Hope" and "Dinosaur Parade" at the exhibit opening June 3 called "At the Edge: Art of the Fantastic" at the Allentown Museum in Pennsylvania.
Also, I'm pleased to announce that starting September 22, the Lyman Allyn Art Museum in New London, Connecticut will host a whole different Dinotopia exhibit called "Dinotopia: Science, Art, and Imagination," with about 70 original paintings that haven't been seen anywhere on the eastern seaboard before.
Woodson Art Museum Dinotopia Exhibit