Thanks to the enthusiastic support from everyone last year, I am happy to announce that I am making a 2014 edition of my Art in Nature calendars! Like last year, my calendars feature twelve new 11×16.5 inch images (either California or Washington themed), Sun/Moon rise and set times, tide charts, and seasonal advice. And I’ve fixed a couple errors this time, too!

Please pre-order through my Kickstarter project: Order Now!

Last year I sold out very quickly, so I urge you to pre-order (you’ll save money, too!).



What makes these calendars special?

Well, for one, they feature twelve of my images at 11×16.5 inches – for under $20! Furthermore, since I custom designed the calendar from scratch, I took a unique approach and included intuitive graphics that show the Sun and Moon rise/set times for every single day, in addition to the predicted tides. Indeed, these are location specific values, but they do not vary by that much throughout each state. For example, in California (relative to Monterey) Sun and Moon rise/set times do not vary by more than 20-30 minutes, and high/low tide timings for the northern and southern parts of the state vary by no more than an hour, so they still provide a very useful guide. The variation is even less for Washington.

And that’s not all. For every month I have included a small description of what natural phenomena are happening around the state, such as typical bloom times for wildflowers, when fall colors start to appear, or when the first snow generally starts falling.

2014 Art in Nature Calendar Sun Moon Tide ChartsEach month includes an 11×16.5in print, with this calendar layout below. Sun and Moon rise and set times, along with tide charts, are given for each day. Also included is a brief description of seasonal information.

2014 Art in Nature Calendar Sun Moon Tide ChartsBack cover of the Washington calendar, showing the selection of images.

2014 Art in Nature Calendar Sun Moon Tide ChartsBack cover of the California calendar, showing the selection of images.

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