The African landscape served as inspiration for artist Melinda Bradshaw’s new show. Large skies, low horizons and a plethora of wildlife are expressed in her new works.
After her recent safari to Tanzania and armed with over 2000 photos she uses her digital art techniques to create digital paintings that go beyond traditional photography. Included in the show is a panoramic of Ngorongoro Crater, the world's largest inactive, intact, and unfilled volcanic caldera and a World Heritage site. Sometimes called the “cradle of life” the crater contains over 25,000 large animals and over 500 species of birds.