Gustavo Matamoros: Sit and Listen in the Dark
By Gustavo Matamoros for Gustavo Matamoros is the September 2013 AIRIE Fellow. It is the end of my second
AIRIE Avian Art on View in Homestead
Did you know that each AIRIE Fellow contributes an artwork to the Everglades’ permanent AIRIE Collection? In September and October,
The Story Tellers of Harsh Terrain
By Nathaniel Sandler for The Miami Rail “Let us spend one day as deliberately as Nature, and not be thrown
Watch WPB2 ArtLoft Feature on Harumi Abe
Watch WPB2  ArtLoft’s excellent feature on July AIRIE Fellow Harumi Abe as she explores and paints the Everglades.
My Everglades: Harumi Abe
From I have been living in South Florida about one third of my life now but I gained a
City Mouse, Country Mouse
Irene Sperber for Miami Art Zine A Photographic Swamp Walk and an Artist Residency await in the Everglades and Cypress
Photographer Captures “Bird’s Eye View” at Everglades
From by Giselle Hereaux, AIRIE Staff Susan Silas is looking for birds, dead or alive, during her August AIRIE
Avian Art by AIRIE Fellows at Coe Center
Did you know that Everglades National Park has over 100 artworks by AIRIE artists? This month we are featuring a
Rebecca Reeve’s Marjory’s World Series in Chausser Magazine
By Joanna Sotiriou for Chassuer Breathtaking landscapes, vivid colors and curtains. Yes, curtains. I can easily imagine Rebecca Reeve sitting
NOU Magaine Interviews Reeve about Everglades Series
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A Dancer Immersed in the Everglades
South Florida summers are hot and wet. In Everglades National Park, thunderstorms and mosquito swarms frequently roll across the sawgrass