Ed Anderson A Drifting artist seeking to Catalogue Americana around the world.

Storytelling for a digital age with a traditional fine art focus.

The journals and the resultant paintings have received international notoriety and publication. Now millions have seen the compositions reflecting the flavor of Ed’s travels. Meanwhile the concise words have laid a foundation of storytelling in a one-frame era. Companies, non-profits and publications have all taken notice of the process and used the work in multiple applications.

Florida Water, Patagonia and ICast

The concept is seen in the Florida Water Project. A journal built to aid in storytelling for multiple non-profits developed into the 6-foot tarpon painting while at ICast 2017. Featured by Patagonia at the event, prints then were sold to benefit the cause. The story was also featured in multiple on-line publications and in traditional print.

"Patagonia Tarpon", 5ft, acrylic and ink on canvas.


Ed has been asked to partner with West Mountain Drifters in an initiative to #TeachKidsArt. The resultant project has risen to offers from national Fish & Game agencies, museums, and nonprofit organizations to build workshops. And, their resultant “Big Ride” has facilitated an extension of brand into a wonderful philanthropy.

In the studio with a junior artist.

Ed's international travels and storytelling style are a favorite of many. He continually looks for great partners to continue the adventure. Ed's reach with publishers, non profits and art aficionados provide a special platform. Contact us about appearances, painting demonstrations and sponsor opportunities.


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