Debby Kaspari - Natural History Art and Illustration
Paintings/Drawings from the Tropics
Debby Kaspari travels with binoculars and sketchbooks and creates artwork from the life drawings of animals, birds and plants on their pages. These paintings and mixed media works represent nature in its various moods, from sun-drenched and bold-leafed to the mossy palette of a forest understory.
Kaspari has shown at the Sam Noble Oklahoma Museum of Natural History, Oklahoma State Capitol, Leigh Yawkey Woodson Museum, and other national galleries and museums. She writes and illustrates the award-winning column, Routes / Sketchbook, for Oklahoma Today Magazine and most recently illustrated The Field Guide to Birds of Trinidad and Tobago and The Incidental Steward: Reflections on Citizen Science. Kaspari is a graduate of California College of the Arts and lives in Norman, Oklahoma with her husband, ecologist and OU Professor Mike Kaspari.
DEBBIE is in Copenhagen until December 2014 Sketching and POSTING about her adventures on her fabulous BLOG:
For more information on available work by Debby Kaspari contact Cynthia Wolf
214-587-7686 or email@example.com