Zoe Keller

Visual Research Portfolio 

Woven from academic and on-the-ground research, these drawings of at-risk species are designed to educate and inspire. 
If you would like to use an existing drawing for educational programing or develop a custom drawing for your non-profit or campaign, please get in touch

Limuw | Santa Cruz Island

This 7.5' x 4' drawing depicts over 60 species found on Santa Cruz Island, and explores themes including the relationship between invasive and endemic island species, terrestrial and marine resource use by native peoples, and the near-extinction of the Santa Cruz Island Fox. More...

Forty-Four

A collection of 12 drawings exploring relationships between forty-four threatened and endangered species found in the United States. More...

Return

The narrative of this 7.5' x 4' piece highlights the fascinating fire regime of chaparral, drawing correlations between the phoenix-like rebirth of this plant community post-fire, the return of the Condor to California, and the possible reintroduction of grizzlies to the state. More...

Alaska Studies

This series of eleven small drawings was completed during a residency with the Wrangell Mountains Center in the McCarthy, Alaska, a small town situated in the Wrangell–St. Elias National Park and Preserve. More...