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fred-dainty1 UK Artist Philip Snow did a spectacular job on the mural we have now erected at our Jurassic Ark Gympie site, shown with our builder Fred Dainty (April 2013) , and with great close ups of beautiful detail below.
Philip's mural is about Day 5 - the Creation of swimming and flying creatures, Pterodactyls and Pliosaurs, as well as whales, doves and swans. Philip is the author of a book on evidence for Creation of birds and is a professional artist who lives in Wales. More details and to contact Phillip see bottom of page. Any artist wanting to join this mural project contact This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it
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In addition, he now both writes and illustrates his own books, like the celebrated 'Light & Flight – Hebridean Wildlife & Landscape Sketchbook'; the challenging Biblical Creationist 'Design & Origin of Birds'; or one of his latest, 'Tall Tales from an Estuary', documenting the busy everyday and internationally important migratory life of Malltraeth Estuary on Anglesey, North Wales, where Philip lives and works. He also gives lavishly illustrated talks on Creationism etc, with the North Wales Biblical Creation Society. Websites & Links include: www.snowartandbooks.co.uk ,www.creationrevelations.co.uk
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LIVING FOSSIL MURAL added to our Jurassic Ark project at Gympie as UK artist Ann Squires does a fabulous painting to illustrate Darwin's bug bear – living fossils. The term "living fossil" was invented by Charles Darwin and used in 'The Origin of Species' where he wrote; "These anomalous forms may be called living fossils; they have endured to the present day. (Darwin Origin of the Species Chapter 4)

Which is a polite English way of saying what we suspect he hoped few would notice: (a) there is a huge number of them which is increasing daily and (b) they have not evolved!

Ann's mural not only shows this concept with paintings of living and fossil forms, but the specimens she has used were supplied from down under and are mostly Aussie Living fossils present day.

See more of Ann’s art on www.annsquire.net 

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