In 2003 painted this fiberglass torosaurus at Phipp's Conservatory for the Carnegie Museum's 'Dino-Mite Days'. Phipps requested that it feature flowers representing their four growing seasons: poinsettias for winter - tulips for spring - gerbera daisies for summer - chrysanthemums for autumn +lots of butterflies, lady bugs, and dragonflies.

It was painted on site with the help of friends Penny and Juliette. We worked on it sporadically for 3 weeks in one of the open rooms of the conservatory, where plenty of passers-by could snap pictures of their kids pretending to help with the painting.
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