Pine Roehrs - Amphibian Project
About the Project
The Amphibian Project recognizes that people care about wildlife and genuinely want to be good stewards of the earth. Unfortunately, the environmental problems of today - melting ice caps, mass extinctions, shifting weather patterns - can seem so overwhelming that we are left feeling helpless and wondering how we can really make a difference.
This is your chance to tackle a big problem in a small but important way. Together, we can actually save the Large - crested Toad from extinction. We are asking you to join us.
About the Artist
Pine Roehrs has been creating colored pencil drawings of frogs for over 13 years. She drew her first frog in the 8th grade as an art project and has been hooked on them ever since. Through this unique media, she infuses her subjects with life-like qualities and a vibrancy that resembles traditional acrylic or oil paintings. Pine grew up on a 110-acre apple farm in Clintondale, New York and has always had a keen love of wildlife and the environment. She currently works as a conservation researcher at Defenders of Wildlife in Washington, D.C. where she helps small nonprofits better conserve important lands for wildlife.
100% of the profits from my work goes to support The Amphibian Project.