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Paint the Parks

"Eye on the Next Generation" - The Michigan Tree is a fallen giant. It's eye shaped root opening looks out on a new generation of young giants. You can view this treen in Kings Canyon National Park on the Grant Grove Trail.
“Eye on the Next Generation” – The Michigan Tree is a fallen giant. It’s eye shaped root opening looks out on a new generation of young giants. You can view this tree in Kings Canyon National Park on the Grant Grove Trail.

While showing my artwork at the Redbud Festival in Three Rivers, CA. this year I meet the director and some of the staff of the Sequoia Parks Conservancy . They are the Non-Profit Partner to the National Parks Service in Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Parks. Actually, I have been looking for this organization so that I can make donations to help the parks when I sell a painting or print and a miraculous thing happened, they directed me towards a brand new website called “Paint the Parks” . As an artist of the parks, I can show my parks related artwork and donate 10% of every sale to the non-profit foundation associated with the park, celebrating the parks and helping to conserve them, what a great mix.

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Redbud Festival in Three Rivers 2015

Redbud Festival 2015

Celebrate the Timeless Memories of Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Parks!
This will be a very special Redbud Festival because it is also the 125th Anniversary of the National Park System and the 75th Anniversary of Sequoia National Park.
I will have many of my Giant Sequoia paintings on display.
Redbud Festival 2015

My Backyard artwork © Joy A Collier  Giant Sequoia Project Acrylic Paintings
My Backyard artwork © Joy A Collier
Giant Sequoia Project Acrylic Paintings