|Active and Archived websites:|
Growing Gardens for Healthy Communities - A Study of Community Gardens
This project included first developing the logo over a couple of weeks, and then the website. It utilizes a font I developed called "Little Lamb," the name of an 1890's children's book from which the alphabet was collected.
|Mountain-Air Health is a prototype site for a nearby healing center, and is still in development.|
|Meryl Cohen's unique fabric-collage creations provide richness of color and texture rare to find on the web. The "process" page gives a detailed look at Meryl's technique, with high resolution scans. The link above is for the site I made for Meryl when she was living here in Denver. Here is Meryl's site today.|
|Barry Meriash Photography - just the front page. The rest of the site is due to be refurbished.|
|Artist Paula Burger's art was fun to translate into the web environment.Her rich palette of colors offered a chance to make a simple gallery site into a lush and rare moment on the Internet.|
|The Western History / Genealogy Department at the Denver Public Library - This content rich website [this is not the actual live website currently used by the Library, this was a prototype] describes the numerous collections, books, publications and artifacts at the Library, with many interesting images from times past.|
||www.heartwoman.com - Sharon Meriash's Macro Marvels - Flower Photography - Dazzling and colorful, this website is overlflowing with gorgeous things to look at.|
|The Photodigitization Project at The Denver Public Library - 150,000 Western History Photographs and Galleries|
||Bluestone Productions Video for events and documentaries|
|The Song of Mukhomor Tom Stimson's video/documentary of Kamchatka, showing important rituals, singing, dancing, and personal stories of some of the more colorful natives they encountered on their journey.|
|Essie Garrett's Underground Railroad Run - Essie Garrett, marathon runner/fundraiser.|
|Web demos, real world projects:|
This thumbnailed gallery shows some of my work in 3D illustration, film photography, and display graphics. It includes fabric I printed and then made into a costume for a large, mobile machine, painted masks, silk screen projects, and more.
The Indian Family Cookbook with recipes and history. This page is ancient in Internet time - but it is still refreshing and warm.
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