Species of the Week: Pygmy Rabbit

Species of the Week: Pygmy Rabbit

This beautiful painting of a pygmy rabbit was gifted to us by supporter Alice D. Thank you so much Alice! The pygmy rabbit (Brachylagus idahoensis) is native to the United States and lives primarily in the Great Basin region. The pygmy rabbit is an endangered species...
Species of the Week: Grandmother Sagebrush

Species of the Week: Grandmother Sagebrush

Sagebrush steppe is a diverse habitat, supporting more than 350 recorded vertebrate species. It is key habitat for threatened species such as the greater sage-grouse and the pygmy rabbit. Sagebrush steppe is a threatened ecosystem in the American West, due to...
Guernica Pass

Guernica Pass

An homage to Picasso’s anti-war painting, Guernica, Travis London’s Guernica Pass is also an anti-war painting. The war depicted in Guernica Pass is industrial civilization’s war against the natural world, a war industrial civilization is currently...
Extraction, by Jean Arnold

Extraction, by Jean Arnold

Artist Jean Arnold has kindly given us permission to share art works from her collection, Extraction, with you. These paintings depict the strange new landscapes created by vast mining operations around the world. These are paintings of landscapes destroyed by...