An embrace in the trees

The Hawaiian artist known as Hula painted a portrait on fire scarred trees here in the Pacific Northwest to call attention to climate change. The work is titled “Puliki”, which means “to embrace” in Hawaiian. Puliki was a woman embracing the...
Bearing Witness to Climate Change

Bearing Witness to Climate Change

We have featured Diane Burko’s work before, and feature it again in celebration of her new book, Glacial Shifts, Changing Perspectives. With 40 of her paintings and photographs inspired by expeditions to polar regions, the book documents her work in...

Chasing the light

Artist Zaria Forman makes the most incredibly beautiful drawings of ice and water I’ve ever seen. She originally wanted to capture the properties of light in icy locations like Greenland and Antarctica, but she quickly realized she could use her art to raise...
Science in Art

Science in Art

Jill Pelto is an Earth Scientist and an artist. She combines her skills and talents to create beautiful water color paintings depicting the environmental changes caused by climate change, like glacier loss and the increasing impact of wild fires. At first when you...