Interpretive Art

        Cory Ench has done numerous art projects for the National Park Service, Native American Tribes and other public agencies ranging from large murals to three dimensional museum quality displays. His full color illustrations for trail signs have won awards and educate without distracting from the natural beauty of the trails and scenic locations where they have been used. He has a profound belief in the need for preservation of nature's treasures and has dedicated much of his artistic energy towards this purpose.



This Mural by Cory Ench depicts the way the Klallam Village at Ennis Creek on the Strait of Juan De Fuca may have looked in the late 1700s. The entire mural is approximately 70 feet long and varies in height from 8 feet to 18 feet. It was painted in 1998 on location at the City Pier in Port Angeles, WA on the Arthur Fiero Marine lab.