"A pencil marks paper as glaciers carve the land."
The Glacier Drawing Project is a long term endeavor to visit and draw each of the nearly sixty glaciers in the state of Montana. The alpine glaciers in the state are melting rapidly and are a bell weather for understanding how climate change may affect ice in other regions. Montana's glaciers are found in Glacier National Park and through many of the wilderness areas across the state. Each summer season I return the glacial alpine areas of Montana to draw, bear witness and give my attention to the disappearing bodies of ice, snow and rock. Since the project's inception in 2014, I have traversed thousands of miles by foot, visiting more than two dozen glaciers and making over one hundred drawings. Find a selection of drawings from the project below.