WOLF SONG – Nordic Lullaby – Vargsangen performed by Jonna Jinton

This is Jonna Jinton’s version of the lullaby from “Ronda Rovardotter/Ronna the robbers daughter” written by our most loved Swedish writer, Astrid Lindgren, whose books have been read for children … Read More

“Behind the Eyes of a Dog” Artist Series: Blends Images of the Dog & His Forebears

“I ask the viewer to experience each painting at a distance, and then, as they approach, discover the hundreds of elements which make up the piece. In so doing, the … Read More

Wolves in Peril: The Hunt has Begun

Anger, disgust, fear – those are the emotions running through me right now. The 6-month-long wolf hunting season in Montana begins today, September 15th and runs through March 15th – … Read More

The Revelator, an online news and ideas initiative of the Center for Biological Diversity 

The Revelator aims to be a new voice for conservation in the 21st century. The Revelator provides investigative reporting, analysis and stories at the intersection of politics, conservation, art, culture, … Read More

Bold reflections of the natural world can be seen in the paintings of artist Dimitra Milan

I was immediately drawn in by her bold  & expressive style.  The art works of  Dinitra Milan “expresses herself through rich color and bold designs. Her paintings reflect a dreamy … Read More

At this year’s event – Speak for Wolves will be featuring the French artist Virginie Baude 

July 15-17, 2016, Speak for Wolves is extremely proud to announce that French artist Virginie Baude will be displaying her beautiful and inspiring paintings at this year’s event! www.speakforwolves.org  “Virginie Baude is … Read More

Fenrir Wolf Myth in Norse Mythology Reflects Man’s Fear of the Unknown

Fenrir is the name for the wolf in the old pre-christian Norse legends. Fenrir was the son of the god Loki well known as a trickster. In the tale The Binding … Read More

The Big Bad Wolf Gets A Rebranding; A new way to look at the wolf in arts and literature.

The wolf has been given a bad rap through-out western culture. The visual arts and literature has played an active role in perpetuating this fear and hate of wolves. We … Read More

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