Congrats to Kelsey Howard! Our giveaway winner! Please direct message me so we can get your address and ship it out. Thank you so much for everyone’s support of the #mountainjustice campaign!
Here’s the uncolored version of a tattoo sleeve I’m designing. Those are Icelandic Poppies, Lilies, Magnolia and Chelidoniu. If you’d like a tattoo designed, please send me an email.
#tbt Detail of the bottom corner of “The Crow’s Caw”.
Ink, ballpoint pen, watercolor, acrylic, marker. 24 x 48 in. 2010
Your work is incredible and tremendously inspirational. Thank you for sharing, and please continue to make your beautiful art.
Wizards! Thank you for being so kind. I’ll do my best.
GIVEAWAY: One original 8” x 10” graphite drawing, a collaboration between Christina Mrozik and Zoe Keller! Details Below.
Last week a dear friends of ours was one of five folks arrested in association with a banner drop in Roanoke, VA, a combined effort of Mountain Justice
, Rising Tide North America and Radical Action for Mountain People’s Survival (RAMPS). Mountain Justice explains
that the action was “…in support of community demands in Virginia, Kentucky, West Virginia and Tennessee that billionaire coal baron Jim Justice stop poisoning water, exposing communities to devastating mountaintop removal coal mining operations and leaving central Appalachia a public health disaster.”
We made this drawing of pollinators and flowers from the region impacted by Jim Justice to show our appreciation for those involved in the action, and to support their ongoing campaign. All five folks who were arrested have been released from jail but are facing an ongoing battle in the Virginal legal system. We hope our drawing will help spread their story and encourage you to help by contributing to the cause
TO ENTER: Like + Reblog + Consider leaning into your generosity by supporting the Mountain Justice Legal Fund!
Thank you for your support!
We will randomly select a winner on 9/14.
The beginning of a four panel continuum piece — thinking about postcards.
Honored to be featured in the new INDA 8! Get your copy of the Manifest international Drawing annual now so you too can be pumped on beautiful drawings.
This is one of the programs I teach (That’s me with shorter hair all the way to the left), and these are some of the most amazing students I’ve ever gotten to collaborate with. Way to go team! Thank you Rob for the beautiful little write up. We love the island, it’s like home away from home.
Last summer marked the inaugural Rabbit Island School for a group of eight high school sophomores, juniors and seniors. (Imagine NOLS + art camp + Rabbit Island). This past Tuesday the 2015 Rabbit Island School kicked off and tonight the gang is sleeping out under the stars in the midst of Lake Superior for their third night in a row. In celebration we’re highlighting some of the artwork and daily journals created by last year’s participants.
Eight students—all young women, coincidentally—will be spending August 12-19th on the island learning about art and ecology. They will be practicing simple living, low impact camping and Leave No Trace ethics under the guidance of trip leaders David Buth and Christina Mrozik. All of the students hail from southwestern Michigan with the exception of one who attends Calumet High, a local mainland school. Go Copper Kings!
More details about the Rabbit Island School can be found on its official website here. If you know any students who would be interested in applying next year please pass this along and if you are a high school student please do get in touch. The program is open to anyone nationally and internationally.
*** This year’s Rabbit Island School was supported by the KEEN Footwear Company which generously awarded the Rabbit Island Foundation a KEEN Effect grant. These grants were designed to support projects that fuel people’s passion for protecting the environment and promoting responsible outdoor participation. The KEEN Effect program received more than 600 applications and awarded 25 organizations globally with grants totaling $100,000. It was an honor to receive one. KEEN also donated a pair of island-appropriate shoes to each student for the trip. Many thanks to KEEN for helping make this possible.