Brookfield Zoo Tropic World


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Tryon Palace

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Rainforest Café

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Museum of Science and Industry Temporary Exhibits

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Henry Vilas Zoo Visitor Center

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Denver Zoo Bird World

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Greek Restaurant Ceiling

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Pennypack Environmental Center

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Wissahickon Environmental Center

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The Giant Heart, Aircraft Room, Franklin Institute

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Great Platte River Road Archway Monument

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National Historic Trails Interpretive Center

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Lake Superior Zoo Australian Exhibit

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Key Lime Cove Water Park

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Museum of Science and Industry Space Center

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Pirate Tree House

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Trompe L’oeil and Faux Finishes

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Henry Vilas Zoo Creature Corner & Giraffes

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Rolling Hills Wildlife Adventure Museum

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Website launch

After months of hard work, we launched this website officially today, July 24, 2014, which I note for the sake of historians who will surely want to record the date for posterity. We used Constant Contact to send an email to everyone in my email contacts, both business contacts and friends, and so far have heard back many friendly congratulations. Continue reading

News at Eleven

I’ve been interviewed for local TV newscasts on a number of jobs. As I mentioned in my Mostly True Tale, Why They Call It Windows, I’ve recently been editing some of these videos for this website. Here are the news interviews uploaded so far gathered together in one place. Continue reading

Como Zoo

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Shedd Aquarium

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Henry Vilas Zoo Anacondas & Classroom

Anaconda-wanting-to-help-Paul-paint-at-Henry-Vilas-ZooOne of my most consistent and enjoyable clients is the Henry Vilas Zoo in Madison, Wisconsin. The director, now retired, was a Viet vet like myself, and a former Green Beret, so we hit it off instantly, trading War stories. My most recent job for Henry Vilas was in 2012, some rainforest walls in the Education building which included an Anaconda exhibit. The two huge snakes, on the other side of a plexiglass sliding door, made no secret of their desire to help me paint. At least I think that’s what they wanted. Continue reading