Book review of “Then There Were None”

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Last year, a book I illustrated was published! The book, Then There Were None: The Demise of Desert Bighorn Sheep in the Pusch Ridge Wilderness, by Paul Krausmandetails the demise of the desert bighorn sheep populations in the mountains around Tuscon, Arizona. It is both a conservation history and a warning for current conservationists.

I was delighted to recently bump into a review of it that also mentioned my illustrations.

You can order the book from the publisher, New Mexico University Press, here.

Workshop: Drawn to Wildlife

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Drawn to Wildlife: Sketching for Scientists
Cody, Wyoming

11/17/2016 ● 12:30-4:00 pm ● Lab, Draper Natural History Museum● limited to 25 participants

This hands-on workshop for wildlife biologists will take place during The Wildlife Society’s Wyoming chapter annual meeting.

Participants will be be introduced to a suite of foundational sketching techniques, and will include discussion of materials and strategies useful for field sketching and incorporating drawing into research practices. Continue reading Workshop: Drawn to Wildlife

Laramie Boomerang starts publishing “Drawn to the West”

20150418_Drawn to the West_Laramie Boomerang_screenshot_rsAs of 18 April 2015, the Laramie Boomerang will be publishing my syndicated #sciart column – Drawn to the West– bi-monthly!

If you’d like to read the column, let your local newspaper or magazine editor know you want to see an illustrated version of the West in their publication!