We recently learned of a new video about one of our favorite artists, Jane Kim, of Ink Dwell Studios. The video not only depicts her creative process but explains how she paints with Nature always in mind, through animal inspiration.
Jane’s artistic talent is tremendous as is some of her projects.
We’ve posted about Jane and Ink Dwell previously regarding the project in which she used Casart wallcoverings as templates to paint the continents for her exceptional and huge mural at Cornell University’s Ornithology Lab.
The mural is 70 feet wide by 40 feet high! Jane and her Ink Dwell team painted all the birds to show their origin and progression over time. It’s her testament piece, as is her upper and lower (collage scope) sea murals at the National Aquarium in Baltimore and her Migrating (Mountain Sheep) Mural in Sierra, Nevada, to making sure these gorgeous animals are preserved in Nature.
We hope you’ll be inspired with her artwork and with Nature as we are.
As Jane says about Ink Dwell, “Inspiring people to love and protect the Earth one work of art at a time.”
We love Jane’s scientific style and approach.
We can’t claim the amount of talent she possesses but have attempted our own tribute to Nature with our Gulf Coast Collection, which was inspired after Hurricane Katrina with ongoing Gulf Coast preservation efforts.
All of our Gulf Coast Designs, including our Pelican and Gulf Coast Birds (Egret and Great Blue Heron), give charitable portion of proceeds to help the Gulf Coast region protect itself and wildlife from future natural disasters.
You can even surround yourself with Gulf Coast natural wildlife with a mural for the full emersion experience.