“I’ve written about the Western outdoors for over 40 years—22 of them with the San Francisco Chronicle. Over that span, I’ve parted the pages of many a guidebook, but I’ve never seen one better than this.”
– Paul McHugh, former California Outdoor Writer of the Year
“Start planning a springtime trip to California’s iconic Mt. Shasta, where you’ll draw inspiration from the real thing. You’ll want to take along a copy of the beautifully illustrated Mount Shasta Wildflowers to guide you up the mountain’s talus slopes. Whether you’re on the hunt for the rare Hulsea nana’s golden orb or the common lily, this field guide will provide you with the know-how to track down and identify the flower you’re after.” Sierra Club Magazine Click to read the article
“Stuhl’s wildflower paintings featured in new field guide” Click to read the article in the Mt. Shasta Herald, July 2015. ”
“Stuhl’s patience, observation, and enjoyment of Mount Shasta come through in every colorful painting—one of Mount Shasta’s greatest legacies is now properly in print. Awesome.”
– Bill Miesse, author of Sudden and Solitary: Mount Shasta and Its Artistic Legacy
“With a motto of “art first,” the authors envisioned the field guide format as a way to bring the paintings back to the public in a form that would also be useful for hikers and others interested in the mountain’s flora.” – from the Mt. Shasta Herald article, “Stuhl’s wildflower paintings featured in new field guide” by Deborra Brannon, July 8, 2015 Click to read the entire article.