Using art to learn more about nature and the environment, travel artist Mary-Anne Bartlett leads an Art Safari to Antarctica to sketch and film penguins, whales and icebergs.
Mary-Anne, who lives in Woodbridge, also goes on trips to African countries such as Malawi to sketch and paint the wildlife.
Her aim is to teach others to see the world through artists' eyes. In her film, she also talks about responsible tourism on the snow-covered continent.
With her BBC Video Nation camera she's captured some great footage of penguins jumping in and out of the water, and much more besides. For more pictures, visit the Art Safari website using the link on the right.
last updated: 21/05/2008 at 12:17
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