From the Warm Springs Studio Ed anderson art


The summer months have flown by, and ushered in autumn just as quickly. Ed has just returned from an epic adventure to Scorpion Reef. He recorded the trip in his journal and shot a lot of photos and video. The journal will be published very soon, followed by new artwork, so stay tuned for more.

A big thanks to Picabo Angler, Keep em Wet, and Bonefish & Tarpon Trust for making this trip a once-in-a-lifetime experience.

Scorpion Reef (Arrecife Alacranes) is a reef in the Gulf of Mexico containing a small group of islands, located near the Yucatán Peninsula. The reef claimed the lives of many shipwrecked sailors while offering pirates a refuge from the storms and from the law. Today, the reef is a destination sought by sport fishermen from around the world.

Snippets from the journal pages.

Zoo Boise's Annual Zoobilee

We were honored to participate in this year's Zoo Boise Zoobilee, where they sold the painting "Giraffes". This piece was inspired by Ed's journal pages from a trip to Mozambique. In 2013, Zoo Boise and Gorongosa National Park in Mozambique formed a long-term restoration partnership. Gorongosa National Park is one of the most biodiverse places on the planet and Zoo Boise is helping to protect the many incredible species that call the park home.

"Giraffes" original painting donated to Zoo Boise.

scenes from the studio

Some light studies for new paintings in the roster, and a cast and blast day at No Business Lodge.
Please contact the studio to inquire about available originals, prints, or to commission an original painting.

The original "Grizzly and Salmon" is currently hanging at the Eric Thorsen Gallery in Bigfork, MT. Contact the studio for more information.


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