Blair Brown treasures her life in the mountains of Northern New Mexico, where she has explored trails and topography for decades.
She has worked in environmental education with particular interests in
watersheds, birds and geology. Birdwatching is a special joy and means of enjoying being in nature… wherever!
Her series, “Audubon Re-Imagined”, blends a love of color and appreciation of the magic of bird biology.
Her cARTography pieces are designed to-scale.
She welcomes commissions for artistically describing clients’ ranches, favorite trails or other magical places on the planet…urban or rural.
Blair also enjoys coordinating the
annual High Road Artisans YOUTH ART Show
at the U.S. Forest Service Penasco District Station in September.
Blair donates 10% of revenues received for her art to
the National Audubon Society.
Commissions are welcome.
For more information, please contact Bee Street Gallery
We are most likely to accept offers of 10% or less off the list price.