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Peony by Abby McBride
Maine Tide Pool by Abby McBride
Cecropia Moth by Abby McBride
Ghost Bird in Hand by Abby McBride
Red Eft by Abby McBride
Subantarctic Island by Abby McBride
Ghostbusting the New Zealand Storm-Petrel by Abby McBride
White-faced Storm-Petrel by Abby McBride
Tuatara by Abby McBride
Silver Gull by Abby McBride
Sheep on Chatham Island, New Zealand by Abby McBride
New Zealand Storm Petrel by Abby McBride
Black-billed Gulls by Abby McBride
Black-billed Gull Family by Abby McBride
Kelp Gull by Abby McBride
Diamondback Terrapin by Abby McBride
Ship Sketch by Abby McBride
Laysan Albatross by Abby McBride
Northern Royal Albatross by Abby McBride
New Zealand White-capped Mollymawk by Abby McBride
Dolphin Gulls by Abby McBride
Friesian Horses by Abby McBride
Slaty-backed Gull by Abby McBride
Godwit Nest by Abby McBride
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Sketch Biologist | Abby McBride
Welcome! You've found my art gallery. Please also visit my main site, sketchbiologist.com.
About the gallery: Each image can be purchased as wall art (canvas, framed, wood, metal, acrylic, poster, tapestry) or printed on the utilitarian object of your choice (pillows, mugs, bags, blankets, towels, cases, clothing, cards, notebooks, yoga mats, and yes, shower curtains). If you're interested in artwork of mine that you've seen elsewhere, chances are that I can make it available for sale here in the gallery; just let me know.
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About me: I'm a sketch biologist and Fulbright-National Geographic Storytelling Fellow. I have a biology degree from Williams College, a science writing degree from MIT, and a tendency to wander around outside with a sketchbook. Like some kind of 21st-century Victorian naturalist, I explore the species and landscapes of the world and look for insight into their past, present, and future. My sketches and stories appear in digital and print publications, presentations, and exhibitions.
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