unique works of art in postcard form were created by artist Gregory William
help subsidize various climbing and artistic journeys. Each set went
on sale before the trip-
was mailed to sponsors from significant locations during the expedition.
Much of the artwork on this page is available for puchase. Email me for details.
Andes 2007 Expedition
raising for microcredit project in Cuzco, Peru
donated $25 or more and recieved four unique art postcards from our expedition
Anastasi, Robert Bedford, Matt Burd, Phillip Erard, Linda Finne
Dina Friedman, Gregory
Frux, Marilyn Goldstein, Paula Gorman, Robert Gould, Gil Kessler,
William Kahn, Craig
Laub, Joe McCoy, Roxanna McDade, James Morgan, Janet Morgan,
Matt Powell, Adeline Quinn, Art Schanz, Stephanie Solt, Tammy Wetzel
art cards below:
Sierra Expedition August - September 2006
project, with summit attempts of major mountains in Eastern California
Peak, Yosemite National Park
-Yosemite high country
traverse of Unicorn, Cockscomb and Echo Peaks,
with new Yosemite
stamp, posted at Tuolemne Meadows Post Office
-Boundary Peak (high
point of Nevada) and White Mountain
(high point of White
Mountains and 3rd highest point in California)
with new Bristlecone
Pine stamp, posted from Owens Valley
Mount Whitney (high point of California), posted at Death Valley Post Office
with new Death Valley
Stamp (lowest point in Calfornia) or Pacific Crest Trail Stamp
James Morgan Adeline Quinn
Joanne Shaver Marion Wirick
Valley National Park 2006
and covers created to support artist-in-residence project
Janet Morgan and Gregory Frux, posted from Death Valley and Darwin Post
Range, British Columbia July 2004
unique cards mailed from Radium Hot Springs,
an additional card created to publicize the offering.
unique cards intended to be mailed at various points on the expedition from La
recieved the cards reporting progress
of the adventure
posted from La Paz.
Pachamama on Condoriri. Scratchboard drawing by Janet Morgan.
Evocation of Bolivian indigenous people's Earth Mother Goddess.
Card B2. Condoriri.
famed for its beauty.
Card B3. Map
of Condoriri Basin This was our first area of climbing in Bolivia's
Because maps remain
sketchy, some of the altitudes are incorrect!
Card B4. Sajama.
peak in Bolivia.
Card B5. Condor's
Bona, May 2001
unique cards mailed at various points on the expedition,
an additional card was created to publicize the offering.
recieved the cards reporting progress of the adventure.
card. Mailed to about 300 prospective sponsors.
This card won prize
"Best Conceptual Award" in postcard exhibition from
Arts Council, Steamboat Springs, Colorado 2001
1/4" x 5 1/2"