Shannon Knox

Shannon Knox is an artist, activist and one of SAP’s first interviews.

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When speaking about her work Shannon says:

“I am drawn to stories of the present that are quietly shaping our future – be it the decline of a species, or the town whose economy left it behind. I don't apply my imagination to anything beyond how to create the piece of art. I strive to honor the unbelievably vast amounts of intricate adaptations to the unprecedented rate of change in both the natural world and technology that we are experiencing in current times. Using detailed rendering, corresponding details, and ornamental design, these stories are translated to express the beauty and stillness of the moment of truth“

Below is a patch that was designed by Shannon for the Endangered Wolf Center. It depicts The Mexican Grey Wolf, an endangered species.

To find Shannon’s work you can go to her Big Cartel  here  or you can visit her  Esty store here .

To find Shannon’s work you can go to her Big Cartel here or you can visit her Esty store here.

The Mexican Gray Wolf is such an awesome, terribly endangered species. I like wearing their beauty every day as a reminder, to myself and to others, of the struggle to maintain a place for wild predators in our ever-evolving world.
— Knox
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Siobhan Woodrow