Category Archives: Artist Travels

Where on Earth?! These Birds Can Fly

  Bronze editions of the driftwood heron pair titled “Matters of the Heart” were recently selected for two international art exhibitions, one in London, England, and one in Qingdao, China. The David Shepherd Wildlife Foundation selected “Matters of the Heart” … Continue reading

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Following the Song of the Seal

An Artistic Field Study of the Hawaiian Monk Seal Purpose of study:  to observe and photograph the rare monk seals in their natural habitat and create art from the study to help promote awareness of this endangered species.   In … Continue reading

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Where on Earth?! Turkey

Heavy with the harvest season, a full moon bright as a bare light bulb lit up the conical peak jutting up from the vast plain that lay before us.  “Do you really think he landed on that snow capped mountain?” … Continue reading

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Where on Earth?! Webcams on Wildlife

Published Sept. 8 on Stanford University’s MHAB blog site,  http://mahb.stanford.edu/blog/webcams-on-wildlife/                   Can technology help connect people and artists with the natural beauty of this world, while reducing the footprints we leave?  Artist Terry J. … Continue reading

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Where on Earth?! Hood River

We had never been here before, and a brushy, steep slope made river access a challenge as we made our way down an old, overgrown logging track seeking trails to the water’s edge.  The river plunged through a deep canyon … Continue reading

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Where on Earth?! St. Lucia, South Africa

For me, any forest is exotic, along with the creatures dwelling there, but the scene unfolding before me took exotic to a new level.  After miles of brushy, rolling hills the slopes above the graveled road became forested, not with … Continue reading

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Where on Earth?! Tenacatita

Across the narrow, dusty street directly opposite the bungalow with the funky driftwood gate that opened to the beach was a modest sized neighborhood tortilla factory.  It was a typical village street with giant potholes neatly bordered by an outline … Continue reading

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