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The Archaeopteryx Project is almost here!

It’s taking shape! (here’s the latest corrected version)  We have been working  together with Alanna Magovern and Nick Regester from Silver Plume Exhibitions (an offspring of the Stone and Company illustrious clan) in Dinosaurs Take Flight  a paleoart tribute to … Continue reading

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Glasgow (Part two). Hatching the Past opens to the public!

A virtual tour of the gallery as it stands now… you have to be there to really enjoy it. Awesome!

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Glasgow is getting ready for the event of the year (Part One)…

Breaking the continental barriers, Hatching the Past is arriving to Glasgow! Peter Norton, the man in charge of   Gondwana Studios, one of the finest exhibition organisers in the world,  is currently  mounting the exhibition in a rather spectacular space at the Kelvingrove Art … Continue reading

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Hatching The Past in the Catalonian Pyrenees!

For the first time in a long time, Hatching The Past, this time known as: “L’ECLOSIÓ DEL PASSAT: OUS I CRIES DE DINOSAURES” , arrives home. Yes, the ESPAI DINOSFERA DE COLL DE NARGÓ in the Catalonian Pyrenees boasts the privilege of actually being … Continue reading

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‘Tiny Titans: Dinosaur Eggs and Babies’ opens at Yale Peabody Museum

This is just a little tour of the extraordinary exhibition mounted by Stone And Company  at the Yale Peabody Museum. Yes it is “Hatching The Past” but in a very special venue…  The exhibition is going to be in residence … Continue reading

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SVP at LA… a personal chronicle.

It was a double whammy returning to LA and SVP at the same time. It’s been a while since my last Society of Vertebrate Paleontology meeting …and even longer while since I last had visited Los Angeles… In ’76, it … Continue reading

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The day Safari got inspired by yours truly!

Remember this old painting… ? It was first released in Extreme Dinosaurs more than 13 years ago. It became famous enough for something extraordinary to happen… suddenly  recently suddenly it became a Safari ltd 3D miniature(Oviraptor On Nest Version 2)! … Continue reading

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SVPCA in Edinburgh…most spectacular of settings!

Well, it had to happen: a veritable heavyweight of a setting for the SVPCA. I had never been in Edinburgh before and we were simply taken aback by the beauty and personality of this city. A veritable monument that exudes … Continue reading

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A Diary: Sharing the MUJA and Hatching the Past experience.

Looks like paradise isn’t it?  Well it seems that every picture I took in Asturias  could be made a tourist postcard!Now imagine that in the middle of all this beauty,  you, an obvious palaeontolgy buff  had the opportunity to visit … Continue reading

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“Hatching The Past” goes to Asturias, Spain!

… and get the “Bringing Dinosaurs Back To Life” treatment… well this had to happen before any “eggs and babies“…! Yes. I have been invited to give my usual talk at the famous Museo del Jurásico . “Reviviendo Dinosaurios”  this time! We … Continue reading

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