This is truly beautiful. I want to buy a canvas print next month through Deviant Art. I work in New Mexico and Wyoming on Paleocene-Eocene paleontology. I mostly work with plesidapiforms, but I would love to have a copy of this piece on my wall. You'll have to make more early Cenezoic paintings. I will definitely buy them! Cheers, Clayton.
Hi Clayton, iīm very pleased to read your words. I will keep doing early Cenozoic paintings, thatīs for shure, since iīm working with paleontologist Martin. D. Ezcurra on those topics. By other hand, if someday you need any original illustration for your works, call me. Iīm always ready to do new illustrations and i do not charge too much. Take a look at my new webpage, if you donīt mind. Regards from Spain!
Your a wonderful artist! In the future I would love to see what you could do with some of the proto-primates I work with. I know you don't get much of the value of the sales through Deviant Art, but I'm still planning on buying the large canvas in frame of this Eocene landscape at the end of this month. Hopefully I'll see you at SVP in LA!
Thanks very much! I really apreciate that! I would love to go to this SVP, especialy because it is in LA!, but i canīt go this year. Even i didnī realize to apply for Lanzendorf Paleoart Prize, what a shame. But M. D. Ezcurra will go. He doesnīt usually work with primates, he is much more focused on dinosaur origin, but such a great contact! Well, i hope to see you in future SVPs!
I'm going to have a hell of a time going to SVP myself. If I had submitted a poster, or talk, my university would have given me money to go. However, I was so focused on field work this summer, I missed the application deadline. I think SVP is in Germany next year. That will be a real stretch for me.