Injustice anywhere is a threat to justice everywhere... Whatever affects one directly affects all indirectly. -- Martin Luther King, Jr.
Not exactly a squirrel, but still a little rodentia intent on his mission!
Almost at 2016, and almost scared to push through that portal with all that's going on in the world. Today I've spent doing a few little errands around the house though I intended to get to the studio. It hasn't happened yet, 'cause I keep finding new stuff to do around here.
So much for my aspirations:
Happy New Year to all these people (and dogs!) I'm so lucky.
Portland, Oregon based artist Zoe Keller creates intricate and whimsical nature themed illustrations and designs. After her graduation from Maryland Institute College of Art (MICA), Keller found herself spending time in rural areas such as the rocky cost of Maine, on a blueberry farm in Michigan, and the quiet town of Hudson, New York. Inspired by her experience and her surroundings, Keller’s work aims to explore the “intersection of art making, activism and the natural sciences.” Using graphite renderings that are sometimes enhanced with digital coloration, Keller’s drawings are flawless and comprehensive. Each work, exploring a stylized still life or, in some cases, a more narrative focused composition, acts as a tiny shrine to nature.