I have two pieces of artwork in this show, both of Northwest birds! Go see!
I have just gotten back from living in the Antarctic for the summer season of 2015-2016! Summer, remember, is reversed in the southern hemisphere, so it started there roughly in November and it has definitely ended by now (May, 2016).
I had an amazing time. I talked about it extensively on my other site, polarsouth.com
I would like to thank everyone at Palmer Station, particularly Jeff Otten, Bob Farrell, Rob Bergeron, and Carolyn Lipke, who were all amazingly helpful to my co-writer, Susan McCarthy, and I when we first got there.
We have a book proposal in the works as I write this, and I have a few art shows coming up. If you're in the Portland area, you can look at some of the original watercolor studies I did while I was living there - they are up at Cafe Destino, 1339 NE Fremont Street, Portland, Oregon, for the month of May.
I am in the process of getting my Etsy store up and rolling again, if you're interested in getting a print of any of my Antarctic studies. You can either email me at email@example.com or you can take a look at my store here: https://www.etsy.com/shop/TerriPrints
I was at the Burke after the Bug Blast thing last week and took a bunch of photos and made a few drawings of the Killer Whale and the Antarctic Fur Seal, in preparation for my big trip to Palmer Station coming up.
If you want to see the whole skeleton, click the link below and then use your mouse to scroll around. You can see some of the Mammalogy Department at the museum, too.
Burke Museum Bug Blast!
I just got back from Seattle, where I took part in the annual Bug Blast at the Burke, drawing insects and talking to children and adults about what it's like to be a scientific illustrator.Read More