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Nathanial B. Palmer
Archival Print

Amy is a full-time artist and illustrator in beautiful & green Portland, Oregon.

This body of work is a commentary on our rapidly changing environment, focusing primarily on the animals and glacial bodies that challenge refugia due to current geographic upheavals. 

Printed by Land Gallery in Portland, Oregon using an 11-color high definition ink process on an enhanced matte archival paper with a thin white border, suitable for framing.

Ships flat in a cellophane sleeve with a hard chipboard backing.

Size: 11" x 14"

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Amy Ruppel was born and raised in the Kettle Moraine woods of Wisconsin near the Mammoth Ice Age Center where she drew plants and animals, dug up fossils and went for endless forest walks amongst all her forest friends.

Her love for nature and science led her to an art and illustration career, and to the Pacific Northwest. To this day she draws and paints animals and environments who are threatened by the changing climate.

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