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A note from me…May

04 May
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It has been a healing month at home…my first period of time off since becoming a full time artist! I have to say it’s been hard to adjust to the pace and keeping myself from becoming too overwhelmed or too lazy-resulting in the feeling of moving through molasses!I’ve had an explosive period of creativity as […]

Michigan and Wisconsin, 1858

04 May
Michigan and Wisconsin

  Map of Michigan and Wisconsin 1858 This is a beautiful map of Michigan and Wisconsin that utilizing a copperplate engraving method. This was quite popular during that time period, and often times copper plates were bought and sold just as common pieces of construction machinery are today. They were interchangeable and could be used […]

April Raffle Winner

01 Apr

Congrats to our Newsletter reader KELLIJAE You have won an 18×24″ UV resistant giclee of your choice valued at $125! Please browse my maps here and let me know which one you’d like! Please sign up for my monthly newsletter here to be eligible to win. (And yes…I use a random integer generator to choose the […]

The Spanish Trail

01 Apr

On one of my favorite maps in my collection two trails are prominently posted- the Hudson Bay Trail and the Spanish Trail. After spending a month in Arizona exhibiting in art shows my interest was piqued…what was the Spanish trail and what legends does it contain? In the early to mid-1800s, the Spanish Trail gained […]

March 2015 Raffle winner!

02 Mar

Congrats to our Newsletter reader JDCASE You have won an 18×24″ UV resistant giclee of your choice valued at $125! Please browse my maps here and let me know which one you’d like! Please sign up for my monthly newsletter here to be eligible to win. Don’t worry, your email address will never be shared or […]

Historic Maps and Maps of the Golden Age of Discovery

23 Nov
Carte De La Louisane

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Mankind is somewhat dearer when seen through the lens of those who have passed this way before. Look closely and see them in the shadows of boundary lines; seeking, searching, looking for both the familiar and unknown. Hear echoes of civilizations long past, cry out proud and strong from boundary lines that have long since moved or no […]