for Good Nature's Natural History Posters
"Good Nature's Natural History Field Guide Posters:When I first
looked at these scientifically detailed posters, it was the geek in me
that responded to the portrayals of ecosystems and plant groups. But
it's the beauty of the original art that stays with me.
Most of the
prints are centered with an overall drawing. Around the margins are
details of individual leaves or animals. More than a dozen subjects are
covered, including Northwest woodland wildflowers, native broad-leaved
trees, Pacific salmon and the very cool Washington state fossils.
Printed in Seattle on recycled paper. " Kym Pokorny, Garden Writer The Oregonian
"We've have gotten so many teachers writing thank you letters for giving them the California Oak Woodland Community poster -- they really appreciate the quality art and educational value of this poster you designed for us. Thanks!"
Janet Santos Cobb, President
California Oak Foundation
"As a gardener, I love Good Nature's fine
horticultural art. Several prints grace the walls of my home."
Woodland Wildflowers offers you a stunning print on thick,
creamy paper, richly illustrated by award winning botanical illustrator
Jean Emmons. Here 34 gorgeous garden worthy native flowers are
portrayed in a forest vignette. The painting manages to be both
dazzling from across the room and incredibly detailed close at
hand, where further inspection rewards the eye endlessly."
for the beautiful Hummingbird Garden! I loved it so much
I called my Mom right away to let her know I'm getting her one,
Lori G., Portland, OR
color and exceptional quality makes Garden Herbs by Michael
Lee perfect for framing or planning your own herb garden."
Country Home Magazine
"It is a joy to have art work
that truly captures the characteristic color and bearing of trees.
Viewers need only imagine the resinous forest fragrance, its whispering
sounds and birds songs."
Arthur Lee Jacobson, Author
North American Landscape Trees
"Those cedars, firs and hemlocks
that have you confused when trying to identify them can now be
easily recognized on a handsome 2' x 3' poster
on the wall by the breakfast table, you'll soon know 32 of them
at a glance
George Waters, Former Editor
"This grand tree poster
one that not only looks good and lets the eye wander, but actually
comes in handy: Northwest Native Conifers is an elegant
The Seattle Weekly
Salmon of North America print captures the tenacity and beauty
of Pacific salmon and steelhead like no other. It should hang
in schools, homes, and the offices of elected officials -- to
give notice that these fish are worth fighting for!"
Guido Rahr, Executive Director, Wild Salmon
"An inspiring reminder of the
awesome beauty of the Pacific Salmon, and another reason
to care about these fish."
James Lichatowich, Fisheries Biologist