Chico, CA, October 19, 2018 --(PR.com
)-- Local artist, Connie Casparie compiles a select group of photographs of Bidwell Park, Chico, CA to be printed in 2019 calendar. After 20 years of photographing Bidwell Park in Chico, California, Ms. Casparie has chosen to share a few of her best photos. To add a bit of whimsy she has added silhouettes of cats in the trees within each photo.
"I always knew that my art makes me happy but only recently discovered how excited other people are when they see my photos," said Casparie. "So, I've been inspired to make this calendar for the joy of others."
The Bidwell Park photographic "2019 Calendar Cats in Trees" has been designed by Ms. Casparie. It is 12 inch X 12 inch full color with a high quality glossy cover page. Binding is saddle-stitched to make them easier to ship and hang. There are 28 total pages covering the 12 months of 2019. Each month has a selected nature photograph of Bidwell Park and two silhouettes of cats in the trees. They are not hiding, but some are easier to see than others.
A short history of Bidwell Park. In 1905, Annie Bidwell (widow of Chico’s founder, John Bidwell) signed a grant deed donating over 1,900 acres to the people of Chico for a public park. Today, Bidwell Park contains 3,670 acres, nearly 11 miles (18 km) in length, and is one of the 25 largest city parks in the United States. One of its most famous and fun bits of trivia is that in 1937 sections of "The Adventures of Robin Hood," starring Errol Flynn and Olivia de Havilland, were filmed in Lower Bidwell Park.
"I am grateful for this opportunity to share my photos of Bidwell Park with everyone," Casparie said.
Connie Casparie is a freelance nature photographer and graphic designer based in Chico, California. Contact Ms. Casparie at firstname.lastname@example.org. For additional information on the Bidwell Park photographic Cats in Trees calendar visit: https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/creativenerd/cats-in-trees-2019-calendar