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Dinosaur Diaries

Southeastern Montana contains a fossil-rich geological layer called the Hell Creek Formation. This area preserved the last stand of the dinosaurs before an impactor struck the Earth 66 million years ago. I have been excavating dinosaur bones in the area for the past decade with the Carthage Institute of Paleontology, housed in the Kenosha Public Museums. Research is produced on-site during the summer months in the form of the drawings, documentation, and writing shown here. This work is employed as source material for the creation of oil paintings in the studio environment: New Cannon Montana.

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