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Thirty-eight years ago I left Chicago in an ice storm, just managing to catch the once a week flight from New York to Georgetown, Guyana. Eleven hours later I was driving through the jungle night on what was to be the beginning of an experience that would change my life and the direction of my work forever. Since that first taste of the Amazon and the staggering amount of life that it supports, I have been trying to document as much as I can of an ecosystem so fragile that it is constantly endangered by man's attempts to exploit it. In some areas over the years, I have watched the face of the Rainforest change and sorry to say, not for the better. From Central America and Amazonia to Southeast Asia, man's assault on the World's Rainforests continues. So here, I give you a tiny piece of my Jungle. Many of the animals, people and places I've painted are seriously endangered and their futures uncertain. I hope what you see will arouse your curiosity to learn more about these treasures of our planet

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Latest Artwork
Above The Urubamba - Andean Cock-Of-The-Rock by Richard Sloan (1935-2007) (2) Click to view a larger image. Above The Urubamba  (1988)
Andean Cock-Of-The-Rock
29 x 18
Acrylic

Ltd. Edition Available
Agua Azul - Collared Aracaris by Richard Sloan (1935-2007) (2) Click to view a larger image. Agua Azul  (1997)
Collared Aracaris
30 x 40
Acrylic

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