“I am an American painter passionate about Nature and animals. At Harvard I studied with E.O. Wilson who said that rainforests are the “storehouses” for biodiversity on Earth, and that frogs are the canary in the coal mine. Biodiversity, Wilson said, is essential to human survival. This is why I paint frogs. I love color, expression, and truth. My connection with nature inspires and informs my subjects and studio work. Among my notable works are paintings of rainforest frogs and big wild cats, as well as birds, turtles, bears, wolves, and fish.” Read Bradley’s full bio here.
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