|I worked as the art director for this major traveling museum exhibit organized and designed by the fine folks at the Miami Museum of Science and funded by the National Science Foundation. I’m responsible for most of the art throughout the show and many of the photographs. The Miami Museum of Science webpage for the exhibit is online at
The show schedule looks like this:
The Carnegie Museum of Natural History in Pittsburgh through January 7, 2007.
Oregon Museum of Science and Industry ( OMSI). Feb. 3 through May 1, 2007.
Academy of Natural Sciences in Philadelphia , June 1 until Sep. 9, 2007.
Durham Western Heritage Museum in Omaha, Nebraska. June 2 through August 31, 2008.
In the summer of 2001 I worked with a team of artists painting a 40 foot long trailer for the Alaska Fish and Game Department. It’s a mobile classroom that travels from town to town educating kids about the cool ways of Alaskan Fish
Fellow artists Roberto Salas, Guillermo Juaragui, and Carla Potter worked with me in covering every inch of the trailer’s surface. We finished the job after 9 days of very intense labor. Fritz Kraus with the State’s sport fish division was the main power behind making this whole incredible thing happen. I’ve worked with Roberto on several other projects in recent years. We did two jellies murals for the Monterey Bay Aquarium in the summer of 2002. You can see examples of his other public art projects at www.robertosalas.com.
As part of the “Jellies, Living Art” ongoing exhibit, I painted two large murals with my artist pals, Roberto Salas, Carla Potter and Kate Spencer in late August. One of the murals is on display at the aquarium and the other is at the Moss Landing Marine Lab.
Life’s a Fish and Then You Fry
An Alaska Seafood Cookbook by Randy Bayliss with illustrations by Ray Troll. You can purchase it on Amazon here…
I recently collaborated with fellow Ketchikan artist Terry Pyles in completing a poster and web interactive for the National Marine Fisheries Service on sustainable fisheries. Terry, a sculptor, painter and whiz with Photoshop, colorized the pen and ink I designed and drew for the government. You can see the results of our efforts at…
You can see more of Terry’s work at…