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Arctic Terns Landing

This is the first in a series of paintings exploring Arctic Terns’ movement.

Yellow Tern

This painting continues my themes of saturated colors and Arctic Terns.


This 5″x5″ sketch is inspired by my travel along the NE Greenland coast.

Arctic Terns

The incredible migration of Arctic Terns between the Arctic and Antarctica continues to inspire me.

Sand Island, 360° Panorama

My new 360° panorama consisting of five panels and based of field sketches from Sand Island, NE Greenland.

Ice Stories: Exhibit Opening

Join me for the “Ice Stories” exhibit opening this Sunday at the WA State Convention Center.

High Latitudes Part 5: Polar Bear Encounters

Learn about my encounters with polar bears in NE Greenland- sketches, photos, and multimedia!

High Latitudes Part 4: Walruses

Learn about walruses and how they are studied by scientists in NE Greenland

New Arctic Tern Paintings

New large watercolors featuring Arctic Terns, amazing birds that make an annual migration of 45,000 miles.

Video: Field Painting

Field sketching in Greenland video.

High Latitudes Part 3: Sand Island

Introduction to Sand Island, Greenland, with sketches, photos, and audio clips.

High Latitudes Part 2: Daneborg, Base of Operations

Introduction to Daneborg in NE Greenland, home to the Sirius Patrol, Nanok, and research projects.

High Latitudes Part 1: Onward and Upward

News and sketches from my voyage to East Greenland.

Home from Greenland

Home safe from Greenland and a few highlights from my expedition.

Where in the world is Maria?

Brief update from Greenland and thank you again to my sponsors!

Off to Greenland

I leave tomorrow for Greenland. Wish me luck!

Wings WorldQuest

My High Latitudes project is recognized as a Wings WorldQuest Flag expedition.

Sound Recorder

Interview with my father as I experiment with my new sound recorder.