CONTRIBUTIONS TO PUBLICATIONS & SUCH

Corn Maiden

 

 

"ROSEBUD MAGAZINE - Issue 51"
"The Magazine For People Who Enjoy Good Writing"
Autumn 2011 Featured Artist

Rosebud Magazine

 

 

 

 

 

 



Marginality & Continuity

 

 

"MARGINALITY & CONTINUITY"
The Archaeology of the Northern Ozarks

by Steve Ahler, Paul Kreisa and Richard Edging
Publisher: Missouri Archaeological Society, 2010
Special Publication No. 9

Cover Art: Geri Schrab

Available to Members of Missouri Archaeological Society

 

 




Inside the Cave

 

 

"ART OF THE ROCK," by Geri Schrab and Cindi Stiles,
Wisconsin Adademy of Review Quarterly, Fall 2001.

Eight page article by artist Geri Schrab and Archaeologist Cindi Stiles,
each presenting their unique perspective on this fascinating and intangible
subject matter. The writing and artwork are focused on the petroglyphs of Wisconsin. Please click here to view the article.

 

 

 

 





Features:
"Artist in Residence at Quetico Provincial Park,"by Rob Kesselring, Wilderness News
Quetico Superior Foundation
, Minneapolis, MN; Summer 2008 Issue

"Geri Schrab Finds Her Balance in Nature" by Amanda Wagner, Dane County Lifestyles; July 2008
"Brush & Stone,", by Jackie Loohaus, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, Cue Section, May 17, 2005





Coloring Book
"WEAVING THE PAST WITH THE PRESENT"
coloring book of ancient petroglyph & pictograph
sites of north america.

Illustrated and compiled by Geri Schrab

$ 7 - Purchase

This coloring book features coloring pages from 14 different publicly accessible sites across North America that I have visited. For each site there are two coloring pages, one page where the images are large and easy to color for little ones, plus identifying the location of that public site and certain offerings of that park, such as camping, terrain, picnic areas, hiking, etc. The second page of each site is the "rock art" in context; ie., drawn within the natural setting to help bring children into a connection with the natural environment of the petroglyphs; not just disconnected images on a blank page. These "in situ" coloring pages are more complex, appropriate for approximately 9 years old and up.

The coloring book also has a list of publicly accessible sites from across North America to facilitate family exploration, plus some tips on petroglyph site etiquette. One of my goals is to encourage, in some small way, a reconnection of youngsters, through the rock art, with the land. It is a connection that is being lost, via the electronic age, the internet and instant everything. What a wonderful stop on your next "road trip." Visit a petroglyph site, spend some time outdoors and learn from the ancient ones.






Circle Magazine Cover
"CIRCLE Magazine; Summer 2006"
Featuring: SACRED SOUTH

Cover Art: "Venus Rising" by Geri Schrab

www.circlesanctuary.org

 

 


"Venus Rising" Limited Edition Reproduction

 

 


 

 




 

Ayers Rock Ayers Rock

 

"THE ARCHAEOLOGICAL SURVEY ASSOCIATION'S EXCAVATIONS AT AYERS ROCK, Inyo County, CA"
By David S. Whitley, Tamara Whitley, and Joseph Simon, published by Maturango Museum Press, 2006.
Cover Art: "Meeting in Dreamtime" by Geri Schrab
Back Cover: "Spirit Helpers"


Published by Maturango Museum Press, January 2006. www.maturango.org.

 




Spirit Sees
"SPIRITUAL JOURNALING; Writing Your Way to Independence"
by Julie Tallard Johnson, Inner Traditions, 2006.

By award winning author Julie Tallard Johnson,
my contribution is several paintings and journal entries
regarding my personal connection to rock art
and spiritual journey as this art developed.

 

 

 


You can learn more about Julie's work and order at www.innertraditions.com



 




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