About WaringArts  Gwendolyn Waring formed WaringArts while exploring the southern Rockies and the Intermountain Region as an artist and a scientist.  WaringArts features paintings, pen & ink, handmade paper, a music CD, and in Fall 2010, a book on the evolution and ecology of westerm ecosystems.   Waring conducts research in western ecossystems, including the Grand Canyon.  She is currently identifying plants that are associated with critical habitats, such as springs, in northern Arizona.  She also offers classes in art and natural history for older children and adults.

Peaks in summer, 36x48:, $2,700, sold
Raplee in a storm, southern Utah, oils on canvas, 16x40, sold
Bristle cone pine, Core Ridge, San Francisco Peaks, AZ, USA, 11,525', 2015