Wildlife Art as a Rallying Cry in a Time of Mass Extinction

Allow me to vent a serious frustration:  For as much as they like to tout the importance of natural beauty, both the American conservation movement and many of this country’s premier fine art museums have, in recent years, been almost blind in recognizing the power of art—photography, painting and sculpture—to move the masses into action. … Continue reading Wildlife Art as a Rallying Cry in a Time of Mass Extinction