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Wildebeest and zebra were everywhere, feeding on the new green shoots of grass
Wildebeest and zebra were everywhere, feeding on the new green shoots of grass
Wildebeest and zebra were everywhere, feeding on the new green shoots of grass


Tue, Nov 7th, 2017

Our second" bucket list "adventure -Tanzania and the great Wildebeest/Zebra Migration

Each year almost one million Wildebeest and Zebra follow the rains across the Serengeti plains in Kenya and Tanzania
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The five volcanos of Volcanos National Park are the main habitat of Rwanda's mountain Gorillas
The five volcanos of Volcanos National Park are the main habitat of Rwanda's mountain Gorillas
We Drove three hours from the capital at Kigali through beautiful mountain valleys and highly cultivated hillsides. The volcanic soil is rich and easily cultivated.
The five volcanos of Volcanos National Park are the main habitat of Rwanda's mountain Gorillas
We Drove three hours from the capital at Kigali through beautiful mountain valleys and highly cultivated hillsides. The volcanic soil is rich and easily cultivated.

Sun, Oct 15th, 2017

Gorillas in the mist!

We journeyed into the misty,highly cultivated hills of Rwanda to Volcanos National Park, home of the endangered Mountain Gorillas. Rwanda is a beautiful country of rolling hills and steep volcanic valleys. Our treks into the .... continue >

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  We journeyed to Rwanda to study and draw endangered Mountain Gorillas
We journeyed to Rwanda to study and draw endangered Mountain Gorillas
We were invited by The Gorilla Doctors to visit their facility and learn more about Mountain Gorillas from their experts.
We journeyed to Rwanda to study and draw endangered Mountain Gorillas
We were invited by The Gorilla Doctors to visit their facility and learn more about Mountain Gorillas from their experts.

Wed, Oct 11th, 2017

Gorillas,the great migration and teaching conservation,2017

Our African journey this year takes us to Rwanda to visit our friends with the Gorilla Doctors and trek into the bamboo forests to draw Gorillas. Then to the Serengeti plains in Tanzania to ,hopefully, .... continue >

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Summer started with  us driving west to the Bellevue Art Museum show in Seattle
Summer started with us driving west to the Bellevue Art Museum show in Seattle
Even though it meant a 3000 mile, five day journey, we were really looking forward to seeing our friends Jan and Wally and taking a short trip with them to the Olympic Peninsula.
Summer started with us driving west to the Bellevue Art Museum show in Seattle
Even though it meant a 3000 mile, five day journey, we were really looking forward to seeing our friends Jan and Wally and taking a short trip with them to the Olympic Peninsula.

Fri, Sep 22nd, 2017

Summer Adventures 2017

This has been a very busy ,but quite successful summer. We made many new friends and had some really incredible wildlife encounters, thanks to our new friends at Earthfire Institute.
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Our
Our "Pledge is modeled after the boy scout Pledge
They promise to protect animals and that they understand the relationship between their wildlife and their future!
Our "Pledge is modeled after the boy scout Pledge
They promise to protect animals and that they understand the relationship between their wildlife and their future!

Fri, Mar 17th, 2017

Arts for Animals in Action

We just got a lovely email from one of the folks we work with in Africa. One of our partners there is" Children in the Wilderness', a community involvement arm of Wilderness Safaris whom .... continue >

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The weather was perfect and well over 100,000 people attended the show
The weather was perfect and well over 100,000 people attended the show
The weather was perfect and well over 100,000 people attended the show


Fri, Feb 17th, 2017

Coconut Grove 2017

Our first show this year was Coconut Grove, in Miami. This is one of " best shows" in the nation with well over 3000 applications from artists to fill 350 spots at the show. .... continue >

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Winter sunsets from our friends dock-Both Jim and I are addicted to sunsets!
Winter sunsets from our friends dock-Both Jim and I are addicted to sunsets!
Each evening we walk down the street to a friend's dock to recharge and let our dogs run.
Winter sunsets from our friends dock-Both Jim and I are addicted to sunsets!
Each evening we walk down the street to a friend's dock to recharge and let our dogs run.

Wed, Feb 8th, 2017

For me this Christmas was a time for Recuperation

Unfortunately ,I was rear ended in an auto accident last June and have been suffering the after effects for several months. Without going into the gory details, I had to have neck surgery in early .... continue >

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This leopard was one of the high points of our Safari!
This leopard was one of the high points of our Safari!
I guess if you spend enough time in the Bush, sooner or later you will be in the right place at the right time for the perfect photograph. This was one of those moments!
This leopard was one of the high points of our Safari!
I guess if you spend enough time in the Bush, sooner or later you will be in the right place at the right time for the perfect photograph. This was one of those moments!

Tue, Nov 1st, 2016

OUR AFRICAN ADVENTURE 2016

Our annual African safaris are always a great adventure. Just like the early African explorers, we never know what wildlife dramas will unfold before us. Of course, part of our adventure is sharing Africa .... continue >

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Meeting with Botswana's top officials was pretty nerve-racking.
Meeting with Botswana's top officials was pretty nerve-racking.
Luckily,I decided to just read the letter that Jim and I wrote explaining the significance of the presentation. They posted that letter on their Facebook page which you can go to up above.
Meeting with Botswana's top officials was pretty nerve-racking.
Luckily,I decided to just read the letter that Jim and I wrote explaining the significance of the presentation. They posted that letter on their Facebook page which you can go to up above.

Fri, Oct 21st, 2016

Presenting my artwork to the President of Botswana

For many years I have applauded the conservation efforts of the country of Botswana. President Khama followed in his father's footsteps( His father was the first president of Botswana after independence and was .... continue >

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These Sumatran Rhinos have almost disappeared from our planet
These Sumatran Rhinos have almost disappeared from our planet
These Sumatran Rhinos have almost disappeared from our planet


Thu, Sep 29th, 2016

Houston Zoo Benefit Auction

"And It Was Good" is a 36" x 72" original piece created and donated by A E London and funded by the Regenstein Foundation for the Houston Zoo Benefit Auction to be held October 20th.I .... continue >

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The majesty of these animals is incredible
The majesty of these animals is incredible
The majesty of these animals is incredible


Fri, Aug 26th, 2016

ADVENTURES IN TONGA !

In August, Jim and I checked off an important box on our bucket list- swimming with humpback whales on the island of Tonga in the South Pacific. I have always been mesmerized by the .... continue >

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The high point of our summer was opening our new wildlife center in Victoria Falls
The high point of our summer was opening our new wildlife center in Victoria Falls
The high point of our summer was opening our new wildlife center in Victoria Falls


Tue, Jun 7th, 2016

WHAT A SUMMER!!!

This has been an exciting, but busy summer with lots of art shows,wildlife events, interesting people and places like Tonga to read about,so we will work to catch you up through this journal over .... continue >

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Save The Lions Gala at the Houston Zoo
Save The Lions Gala at the Houston Zoo
I worked with women lion researchers from across Africa and Asia to raise over $900,000 for lion conservation programs.
Save The Lions Gala at the Houston Zoo
I worked with women lion researchers from across Africa and Asia to raise over $900,000 for lion conservation programs.

Mon, Oct 19th, 2015

Raising Funds Through Art

In October 2015, I joined forces with Amy Dickman to host an invitation-only art show in Houston, Texas. Amy has garnered global recognition for her work in Tanzania to protect carnivore populations. Her program works .... continue >

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The Grand Tetons are our favorite for hiking!
The Grand Tetons are our favorite for hiking!
The Grand Tetons are our favorite for hiking!


Tue, Aug 18th, 2015

U.S. Western Art Tour

Shortly after returning from Africa, Jim and I began our Western art show schedule. We had a very successful tour and hit record sales in Denver, Seattle and Sun Valley, Idaho. Of course, one of .... continue >

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Another fun and successful African safari
Another fun and successful African safari
This year we decided to travel in May (Africa's fall) instead of spring. Lots more water everywhere and everything was green.
Another fun and successful African safari
This year we decided to travel in May (Africa's fall) instead of spring. Lots more water everywhere and everything was green.

Fri, Jun 12th, 2015

African Expedition 2015

Jim and I had not been to Africa in the months of May or June for several years, so we decided to see Victoria Falls in high water and experience the wet season, rather than .... continue >

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"Frozen for a beautiful moment"By Anne London
It gives me chills to remember this moment.....
"Frozen for a beautiful moment"By Anne London
It gives me chills to remember this moment.....

Mon, Apr 6th, 2015

Easter: An American Panther story

I surprised Jim this morning with a secret project I’d been working on. This is his Facebook entry from today:

“This morning I got up to a wonderful surprise Easter present from Anne. The panther I .... continue >

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 Coconut Grove show-we sold our art to folks from all over the planet!
Coconut Grove show-we sold our art to folks from all over the planet!
Our 1st show of the year, 200,000 attendees, and beautiful warm weather- no wonder it's one of our favorites. Winning third-place was great since it assures us a place next year. With over 2500 artists competing for only 300 places- that's important!!
Coconut Grove show-we sold our art to folks from all over the planet!
Our 1st show of the year, 200,000 attendees, and beautiful warm weather- no wonder it's one of our favorites. Winning third-place was great since it assures us a place next year. With over 2500 artists competing for only 300 places- that's important!!

Thu, Feb 26th, 2015

Warm, Finally! Coconut Grove and Naples shows

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  I was honored to be a guest with Dr. Greg Rasmussen to benefit African wild dog research.
I was honored to be a guest with Dr. Greg Rasmussen to benefit African wild dog research.
Jim and I were invited to a wonderful dinner to benefit African wild dogs in Houston, Texas. Dr. Greg Rasmussen is quite a character and one of the most well-known advocates and researchers of the painted dogs.
I was honored to be a guest with Dr. Greg Rasmussen to benefit African wild dog research.
Jim and I were invited to a wonderful dinner to benefit African wild dogs in Houston, Texas. Dr. Greg Rasmussen is quite a character and one of the most well-known advocates and researchers of the painted dogs.

Thu, Feb 5th, 2015

Houston Painted Dog Benefit

Jim and I were invited to a wonderful dinner to benefit African wild dogs in Houston, Texas. Dr. Greg Rasmussen is quite a character and one of the most well-known advocates and researchers of the .... continue >

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Africa 2014
Africa 2014
Our Ssafari this year was exceptional! We shared an incredible adventure with a great group of friends. Our Arts for Animals program grew, and everyone came home safe.
Africa 2014
Our Ssafari this year was exceptional! We shared an incredible adventure with a great group of friends. Our Arts for Animals program grew, and everyone came home safe.

Sun, Oct 26th, 2014

2014 African Adventure

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Marching through the French Quarter
Marching through the French Quarter
This past weekend we participated in our first protest march. You'd think going to college in the 70's we would have protested something-the Vietnam war or ,at last burned a bra. But no this was our first one -to ptotest the killing of african wildlife.
Marching through the French Quarter
This past weekend we participated in our first protest march. You'd think going to college in the 70's we would have protested something-the Vietnam war or ,at last burned a bra. But no this was our first one -to ptotest the killing of african wildlife.

Wed, Oct 8th, 2014

Our first protest demonstration

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