Retiree Mary Williams has many interests. Chief among them, safariLIVE. She has combined her love of the Djuma dam cam and the live drives, with putting paintbrush to canvas. Some of her art can be seen throughout this post.
|Djuma Private Game Reserve – Mary Williams|
“I love to oil paint and some of my paintings were taken from screen shots of Djuma area and of the animals.” The busy Missouri resident also gardens, is the chair of the Medicine Wheel herb garden project and loves to knit and crotchet.
|Kunyuma’s Eyes – Mary Williams|
Her passion for painting and nature is clear in her enthusiam. “I love animals. I had just started to paint on canvas and knew I really wanted to try and paint some of them. The animals are majestic and need to be saved. I just love animals,” she says.
|Kudu Bull – Mary Williams|
She believes more people should be watching safariLIVE, “because it’s real, it’s live and it’s a wonderful learning experience”. “I have learned so much about nature, animals, bugs, clouds, just everything. The presenters are so intelligent and each has their own expertise to share with us. Of course there is the humor also. It’s just one of the best experiences a person can have.”
Love your art work Mary.
Beautiful paintings, Mary. I've been a WildEarth enthusiast from day one so I understand your passion. Enjoy your many pursuits.
Nice pictures! My husband watches Safari Live every day, twice a day :) I have to say, I watch it, too, but not as much as he does. They have some spectacular shots on there.