Colorado: Late Jurassic
This conceptual illustration is a comment on the extinction of allosaurus in the Late Jurassic period. 
Originally graphite on paper, the final edit was created in Photoshop and is 19 inches x 24 inches.
 
Amongst the dense foliage of a prehistoric forest, a lone allosaur passes through the sands of time and disturbs the flight of migrating Pteranodons.
 
Symbolizing its inevitable extinction, the allosaurus walks toward skeletal remains. His passing spurs two 
pteranodons to take flight, a foreshadowing of the dawning Cretaceous period. I created this piece to showcase local history, the ancient landscape and iconic creatures that once roamed Colorado.
AWARDS AND HONORS
 
1st Place - Mesa County Fair, 2012
 
Installed at Dinosaur Journey Museum (550 Jurassic Court, Fruita CO), July 2012 - Present
 
Published in Horizon Magazine, The Daily Sentinel, The Free Press, and The Source Magazine
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Colorado: Late Jurassic

This conceptual illustration is a comment on the extinction of allosaurus in the Late Jurassic period. Originally graphite on paper, the final e Read More
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