Art & Visuals
BRINGING THE POLAR REGIONS TO YOU
Amanda Hiemstra shares photos, stories, and insights from her journey to Antarctica.
Saskia Coulson and Colin Tennant explore the beauty of Antarctica and the Arctic through their camera lens.
Artist Lucy Carty explores the concept of “Grit” by creating incredibly detailed portraits of Shackleton’s Endurance crew.
Matt Tucker journeyed with his brother and father from Tasmania to Antarctica by sailboat. Here he shares that story as well as the documentary he made about his adventure.
Craig Brown shares thoughts and photographs from his adventure to Antarctica.
Bhaskar Sarkar gives us a glimpse of the breathtaking beauty of Antarctica’s night sky through these stunning images.
According to photographer Christophe Ngo Van Duc, the only way to experience Antarctica is by sailboat. After viewing the collection of cyanotype images from his voyage, you will see why.
Kaisa Siren captures the lines, textures, colors, and hidden forms of Antarctica through her signature abstract style.
Entranced by the shape-shifting forms of Antarctica’s icebergs, Linda Kalbun returned home to create works of art in her printmaking studio that were inspired by the continent's penguins, icebergs, and landscapes.
Matthew Mikhail takes us to Antarctica through stunning footage of its wildlife and landscapes.
Photographer Julia Wellner has a keen eye for what is unseen - such as the details, nuances, structures, and colors of Svalbard in the High Arctic.
Matt McArthur shares an incredible story about coming face to face with a Weddell seal deep under the sea ice while diving near Ross Island, Antarctica.
Veronika Podlasova uses watercolor and ink to create memories of disappearing glaciers and raise awareness of climate change.
Stunning photographs of the Antarctic Peninsula by Gianluca Lombardi.
Artist Eleanor Goldstein pays tribute to the disappearing icebergs of the Arctic through works of watercolor and pastel.
Dreamy icescape photography from Antarctica by Michael Leggero.
Ink illustrations of Liam Hopkinson’s Antarctic whale encounters.
Florian Ledoux shares his thoughts and feelings about the conservation of Arctic wildlife in his film I Am Fragile.