Wyoming

In the summer of 2017, I was invited to accompany the University of Pittsburgh’s Wyoming Field Studies program on a trip to Wyoming. While the students worked on projects or listened to lectures about environmental sciences, I set out exploring with my 40x zoom camera. Wyoming’s low population and abundance of national parks lent itself to breathtaking photographs of unaltered American wilderness. My concentration details my interactions and experiences with the state’s local flora and fauna.

*All measurements are in inches*

Paintbrush Fox

10 X 12

acrylic paint on chipboard

prints available on request

Bison Bison Bison

19 X 14.5

felt-tipped pen on bristol paper

prints available on request

BARk!

 

16 X 24

acrylic paint on canvas

not for sale

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Winged Insects of Wyoming

11 X 14

shadowbox, colored pencil, transparency, acrylic, bristol paper, and other mixed media

not for sale

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Sandhill cranes at dusk

14 X 14.5

acrylic paint on chipboard

prints available on request

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unidentified cactus

13.75 X 10.75

colored pencil on bristol paper

prints available on request

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Aerial Aggression

14 X 10

acrylic paint and mica powder on canvas

not for sale

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Swamp Lake

14 X 10

acrylic paint on chipboard

prints available on request

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bear

7 X 7.25

felt-tipped pen and watercolor on watercolor paper

prints available on request

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indian paintbrush

14 X 18

acrylic paint on canvas

not for sale

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poised raven

18 X 24

charcoal and white conte on mat-board

prints available on request

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antlers

22 X 28

acrylic paint on canvas

prints avialable on request