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Savanna Interactive

On 09, Jul 2012 | No Comments | In | By Caren Hackman

Savanna Interactive

Interactive pop up images of flora and fauna are part of a set of more than twenty drawings that I created while working as an Artist in Residence at Necedah National Wildlife Refuge in Wisconsin. I used the digital drawings as a means to journal my experiences, as well as a way to educate young visitors to the refuge about the biodiversity at Necedah. The Interactive Savanna was my gift to the Refuge and became part of the website.

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Sundew, Carnivorous Plant

On 03, Jul 2012 | No Comments | In | By Caren Hackman

Sundew, Carnivorous Plant

The Sundew digital painting is part of a set of twenty drawings that I created while working as an Artist in Residence at Necedah National Wildlife Refuge. I used the digital drawings as a means to journal my experiences as well as a way to educate young visitors to the refuge about the biodiversity at Necedah.

River Birch

On 03, Jul 2012 | No Comments | In | By Caren Hackman

River Birch

The River Birch digital painting is part of a set of twenty drawings that I created while working as an Artist in Residence at Necedah National Wildlife Refuge. I used the digital drawings as a means to journal my experiences as well as a way to educate young visitors to the refuge about the biodiversity at Necedah. I painted the River Birch because they reminded me of young sentries guarding the woods.

City Walk City Walk

On 03, Jul 2012 | No Comments | In | By Caren Hackman

City Walk

One of 20 illustrations created to illustrate a walk around a city with two young children.

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On 03, Jul 2012 | One Comment | In | By Caren Hackman

Kamishibai Japanese Storytelling Cards

Some of 15 the illustrations created for the Morikami Museum in Delray Beach, Florida. The illustrations to depict the life of George Morikami and were assembled into a traditional Japanese Kamishibai storytelling kit for education purposes. Cards depict a summer Bon Festival at the Morikami Museum, a Yamato Colony tomato float in a Delray Beach Fourth of July parade, an adult George learning English by attending elementary school, and George raising pineapple plants.