About The Artist:
Pearl Maxner grew up on the banks of the Kaweah River in the Sierra Nevada foothills. She spent carefree, barefoot days traipsing the hills and wading the creeks, in close association with the natural world. Currently living in the Clearwater River Valley of Idaho gives her the same immediate opportunity to live with and study the things she loves most about God’s incredible creation.
She has taught art in the public schools, as well as many workshops over the past 20 years. She completed three murals in Hawaii and two in Oregon.
Other publishing venues: Aims Educational Foundation , illustrator, Calaveras Big Trees State Park Association, art editor, “My Hawaiian Farm” written and illustrated by Pearl, (Island Heritage), illustrator for “The Hawaiian Bat” (University of Hawaii Press) “Luna’s Prayer”, “The Bitterness Tree,” “Mammals of the Rogue River-Siskiyou National Forest Coloring Book”, “Amphibians and Reptiles of the Rogue-River Siskiyou National Forest Coloring Book”, and “Marine Wildlife of the Oregon Coast Coloring Book”, (Wild Creek Press).
PO Box 336
Kamiah, Idaho 83536