A pair of plioplatecarpines from the Puskwaskau formation of northern Alberta roll in winter waves. (2018).
A Prognathodon overtoni is caught while surfacing by a rogue wave. (2018).
An Albertosaurus sarcophagus stands silently in the rain. (2018).
An azhdarchid explores the forests of the Dinosaur Park Formation. Based on supposed pelvic material that has since been re-identified as a tyrannosaurid squamosal. However, other azhdarchid material has nonetheless been recovered from the DPF. (2017-18).
A Platecarpus tympaniticus take a young Hesperornis regalis. This image was featured in the Society of Vertebrate Paleontology's first annual Paleoart Exhibit in Calgary, AB, in 2017
A Globidens dakotensis with inoceramid takeout catches a wave in the Western Interior Seaway, 84 million years ago. Acrylic on cardboard. (2017)
Two Tylosaurus pembinensis herd a pod of young Trinacromerum-like plesiosaurs into the shallows. Painted for an Earth Archives article on Manitoba's fossil record. (2017)
Two Chennanisaurus squabble over a titanosaur carcass. Painted for an Earth Archives article on abelisaurid biogeography. (2017)
A Kourisodon puntledgensis approaches the surface through a group of Pachydiscus ammonites. (2017)
An Angolasaurus mosasaur cruises the pacific. (2017)
A juvenile Tyrannosaurus munches on a small Cerberophis snake. (2017)
A surprised Plioplatecarpine swims away from a pair of Elasmosaurids racing to investigate a Protosphyraena carcass. This takes place in the 80 million year old Puskwaskau Formation, near Grande Prairie, Alberta. (2017)
Dracovenator regenti, done for the #DrawDinovember art challenge. (2016)
A Platecarpus tympaniticus chases a pair of fleeing Polycotylus latipinnis infants. (2016)
The banner for my sciart blog "The Bone Sharpe". A nosy Velociraptor mongoliensis disrupts the nap of a Plesiohadros djadoktaensis.
A Xiphactinus chases down a Canadaga arctica while a pair of Scaphites hide in the half-buried shell of a Parapuzosia. The scene takes place near the mouth of an estuary in Nunavut's Kanguk Formation. (2016)
Fanart based on the survival game "Saurian", to be released in early 2017. Three Ornithomimids explore a dust hollow in a Hell Creek forest, with one speculatively (though plausibly) bathing in it, much like modern birds. (2016)
"Dakota" the mummified Edmontosaurus annectens. (2016)
Tyrannosaurus rex drumming. This was one of six winners of Love in the Time of Chasmosaurus' palaeoart competition. (2016)
A male and female Timurlengia euotica communicate with low-frequency sounds. (2016)
A Carnotaurus sastrei explores a coastal lagoon outside its normal hunting ground, populated by Nelumbo and Yaminuechelys. Visible in Prehistoric Times issue #117. (2016)
Boreonykus certekorum, a new species of Dromaeosaur from the Wapiti Formation. (2016)
A scene from Miocene Saskatchewan: Amphicyon sp. and Geochelone sp. Visible in Prehistoric Times issue #117. (2016)
A Daspletosaurus cleans its mouth after a kill. (2016)
Lambeosaurus, digital painting. (2015)
digital painting/photographic composite. (2015)
Dimetrodon, digital painting. (2015)
Pachycephalosaurus, digital painting. (2015)
Sphaerotholus and juvenileTyrannosaur, acrylic on illustration board (2015)
Postosuchus, watercolour and colour pencil. (2015)