I applied for an Explorers Club Flag last year for my 2015 WildArt Mongolia Expedition and was notified in January that the President and Board would give me that honor. I then was asked which Flag I wanted to take. After doing some research on the Club website, […]
I already know that I want to go back to Romania. One week barely scratched the surface of a country, like Mongolia, that really deserves to be better known, especially by nature-lovers. My goal was to visit the Carpathian Mountains of Transylvania to see part of the largest […]
I’m back from our three week trip to England and Romania, a success on all counts! It was lovely to be in England in May, my first trip there in eleven years. Not much had changed…the countryside was still beautiful, the beer was excellent and I was able […]
I’m currently on the road, having just spent a five days in England, my first trip there since 2004, and am now in Bucharest, Romania. I’m heading out to the Carpathian Mountains of Transylvania tomorrow to Pietra Craiululi National Park hoping to see brown bear and other wildlife. […]
Last year I finally made it to the eastern steppes, the largest remaining stretch of an ecosystem that at one time stretched from near the Pacific Ocean all the way west to Hungary. Now there are only remnants and Mongolia has the largest, best preserved part. We were […]
“A Good Stretch” Accepted Into Major Juried Exhibition “Art and the Animal”! Also, A New Painting Debut!
I’m very pleased to announce that “A Good Stretch”, 20×24″ oil on canvas, has been accepted into the 55th Annual “Art and the Animal”, the prestigious international juried exhibition of the Society of Animal Artists (I’ve been a member and Signature Member since 2002). The venue for this […]
Limited space still available for the third in my series of art adventures with a conservation connection! This year’s Expedition will travel to western Mongolia to explore Khar Us Nuur National Park, which includes Jargalant Hairkhan Uul, a mountain with a known, and currently being researched, population of […]