We are thrilled to include a portfolio of work by California artist Andie Thrams in the 2022 issue of Deep Wild: Writing from the Backcountry. The images are from her series Whiskey Tango Foxtrot, (WTF), which, she says, “portrays forest creatures situated in strange dark places, and explores the destabilizing and dark feelings that arise with awareness of catastrophic wildfire, worldwide species extinction, habitat loss, and climate change.”
Sierra Nevada-based artist Andie Thrams uses watercolors in wildland forests to create paintings and artist’s books exploring mystery, reverence, and delight, while grappling with vanishing habitats of our era. Her work weaves intricate detail with hand-lettered text to evoke the complexity of ecosystems in the Greater West. Her “Redwood Mountin Grove” artwork was featured on the cover of the 2019 inaugural issue of Deep Wild www.andiethrams.com.
To see more images from Andie Thrams’ “Whiskey, Tango, Foxtrot,” visit deepwildjournal.com/subscribe. The 2022 issue is available now!