USFS Earthquake Lake Visitor’s Center Graphic Design and Illustration Work on display!

Today the Earthquake Lake Visitor’s Center re-opened to the public.  I worked with Jane Ruchman for the USFS to do the finishing work on panels which are on the walls of the center.  We were invited to the VIP event and ribbon cutting ceremony for the center.  It was a great time, and so fun to see my work in such an amazing place.  I’ve never been to Earthquake Lake before, but I’ll definitely be taking my kids.   A herd of elk, a bald eagle, and a mountain goat all gave the event a look while we were there.  You can’t ask for a better day!

Thanks so much to Jane and the USFS for trusting us to be a part of your work.

earthquake lake visitors center

The Entrance to the Visitor’s Center at Earthquake Lake

 

USFS Earthquake Lake event

Mary giving introductions at the VIP event

Barb and Dick Mackie outside the visitors center

Barb and Dick Mackie outside the visitors center

Earthquake lake

Lorelyn, Barb Mackie, Dick Mackie outside the visitors center

USFS geology wall panels

Jane and Lorelyn in front of the Geology wall panels

Jane Ruchman

Jane Ruchman, art director and coordinator for this project with the USFS

Earthquake survivor

John Owen, survivor of the 1959 earthquake

 

USFS ribbon cutting

Ribbon Cutting at the entrance

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Main wall in the viewing room looking out over the lake

USFS graphic design work

Before and After panels, illustration work by Lorelyn

USFS graphic design work

Main lake view panel with rotational piece in place, illustration and finishing design work by Lorelyn

USFS graphic design work

The ” normal” position of the movable piece on the lake view panel. Showing the lake before the earthquake.

USFS graphic design work

The “lifted” position of the rotating piece showing the lake after the earthquake.

USFS graphic design work

Human wall panels, finishing design work by Lorelyn

USFS graphic design

Human tragedy panel

USFS graphic design work

Disaster Strikes panel

USFS graphic design work

The Human Wall night of terror panel

USFS graphic design work

The National Geographic Painting panel, finishing design work by Lorelyn

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Hike to Memorial Rock

Memorial Rock

Memorial Rock

Memorial Rock view

The view of the Visitor’s Center from Memorial Rock

Earthquake Lake

Earthquake Lake view from the Visitor’s Center