Finding Place through Art and Science: The Field Journals of Lyn Baldwin

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Originally posted on Ekostories:
I began my first field journal in Belize, during my time there for biology field school. Each evening after night walks I would jot down a list of the day’s seen species under the fluorescent hum of generator lights. Flipping through the spiral-bound notebook now a decade later, I wish I…

The Art of Tiffany Toland-Scott

artist Tiffany Toland Scotthttp://www.tiffanysrealm.com/store/index.php

“From a very young age I was obsessed with mythical creatures.  I trekked the woods around my childhood home for hours at a time searching for faeries, unicorns, and trolls to draw pictures of.  My tools of choice back then were pink hi-lighters and yellow lined paper.

Eventually as I grew up, my interest in these creatures and drawing them waned.  I felt terrified in high school when asked what I wanted to do for the rest of my life.  The only thing I felt I had any skill at was art, and I quickly realized that was what made me happy.

I attended various colleges and art schools trying to find the right fit before I decided I wasn’t really a school person.  Since then I have taught myself everything I know, from running a business to maintaining a website, to painting the human form.

I love seeing how much other people enjoy my artwork.  Being an artist has brought me a tremendous amount of joy, and I love sharing it with others.

– Tiffany A. Toland-Scott
Fantasy & Gothic Artist
Tiffany’s Realm & Realm of Fairy

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