Novel: Woodcutter's Revival - WileyStudio

"Woodcutter's Revival" is an unusual book - hats off to Jerry. Doc's illustrations can be best understood while reading the text. Doc's Illustrations are known for accuracy, detail, symbolism, variety, and sometimes unusual subject matter combinations and perspective. Readers and viewers have appreciated Jerry and Doc's work, and have noted how close author-illustrator friendship drove inspiration and added punch to a great story line. Buy the book and absorb the message and illustrations. Like Jerry's and Doc's lives - it will be an adventure. The book can be purchased at  Woodcutter's Revival and Amazon


Ch5: Raymond In Discovery

Tokens were commonly substituted for authorized U.S.-minted coins throughout the Old West - so proprietors could limit buyers to using their own stores - thus enabling those like Edward Thomas to glean extra riches from the local mining community they sought to control. The heavy chain represents bondage, and the Colorado columbine stands for Victoria; the honest, beautiful, and ever-reaching flower who would lead the late charge against her Father. In the center of the Silver Token is the same mining tool set shown on Chapter 3‘s Mercantile sign.

Time Of Execution: 16 Hours
Technique / Media: Etched Rendered Graphite
Size: 7.5" x 10"

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