A Self-Taught Artist Paints The Rainforest By Memory

A Self-Taught Artist Paints The Rainforest By Memory

By Jessie Rack

He’d never drawn before. Then he was asked to depict the Colombian rainforest he knew so well. Naturalists cherish the ink-and-watercolor works of Abel Rodriguez. And so do art lovers.

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