Description The red-backed salamander is a sensitive inhabitant of our natural world, and its recent population decline can tell us about the viability of our eastern forests. Acid rain is affecting the homes of these tiny beings; creatures who are helping us to educate people and stop pollution. Each drop of water falling from the sky should be pure and clean and sparkling!
Rebecca Richman Member Since June 2006 Artist Statement Art celebrating the unity of life.
Bring nature in. Share and inspire.
Fluid, viable relationships bring into focus the connection of one life to another, and the intricate ways in which we impact our planet and are impacted by it. I create images that reveal the inherent bond between species, ecosystems, humanity and our entire natural world.