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The Artist's Field Guide to Yellowstone A Natural History by Greater Yellowstone's Artists and Writers

Art / Photobook New
By: Katie Shepherd Christiansen(Editor)
224 pages, colour illustrations
The Artist's Field Guide to Yellowstone
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  • The Artist's Field Guide to Yellowstone ISBN: 9781595349491 Hardback May 2021 Usually dispatched within 1 week
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The Artist's Field Guide to Yellowstone introduces readers to the wildlife of the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem through the works of fifty of the region's distinguished writers and artists. This robust anthology of eclectic artwork and inspiring storytelling offers an enlivened take on the traditional field guide and argues for the intrinsic value of this world-renowned ecosystem.

Yellowstone naturalist and artist Katie Shepherd Christiansen has compiled this sensible field guide and elegant art book to highlight the unique biodiversity of the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem, organized across four habitat strata: sky, earth, soil, and water. Writers and artists pair up to reveal new ways of understanding key species through prose, poetry, and artwork. The addition of scientific descriptions provides a natural history frame, and Christiansen's illustrations of ecologically connected species bring life to every page.

Contributors hail from the Greater Yellowstone area. Writers are Elise Atchison, Rick Bass, Todd Burritt, Tom Campbell, Lyn Dalebout, Matt Daly, Joanne Dornan, Gary Ferguson, Matt Hart, Geneen Marie Haugen, Susan Marsh, Craig Mathews, Arthur Middleton, Doug Peacock, Karen Reinhart, Kelsey Sather, Jack Turner, Rebecca Watters, Tina Welling, Marylee White, Connie Wieneke, Todd Wilkinson, and Terry Tempest Williams. Artists are Kalon Baughan, Tamara Callens, Meredith Campbell, Sue Cedarholm, Derek DeYoung, Loretta Domaszewski, Katy Ann Fox, Dave Hall, Dwayne Harty, Laney Hicks, DG House, Will Hunter, S. J. Karikó, Laney, Jennifer Lowe-Anker, Mimi Matsuda, James Prosek, Robert Schlenker, Jocelyn Slack, Tucker Smith, Kay Stratman, Kara Tripp, Shannon Troxler, Kathryn Mapes Turner, John Wasson, Carrie Wild, and Monte Yellow Bird Sr.

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Biography

Katie Shepherd Christiansen is an artist, naturalist, and conservationist whose natural history artwork appears in protected areas across the Mountain West. She holds a master's degree from Yale University's School of the Environment. She serves as artist-in-residence at the Northern Rockies Conservation Cooperative in Jackson, Wyoming.

Art / Photobook New
By: Katie Shepherd Christiansen(Editor)
224 pages, colour illustrations
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