Greenland no.69 by Zaria Forman – Zaria Forman creates photo-realistic drawings of polar landscapes using pastels.
Greenland no.63 by Zaria Forman – She was inspired by her mother, Rena Bass Forman, who photographed remote regions.
Greenland no.74 by Zaria Forman – Before her death in 2011, Bass Forman had planned to travel through the northwest coast of Greenland, following the route taken by American painter William Bradford in 1869, the world's first Arctic art expedition.
Greenland no.62 by Zaria Forman – Forman completed the journey herself in 2012, and created pastel drawings of what she saw.
Deception Island, Antarctica by Zaria Forman – In 2015, Forman traveled south to complete a four-week residency in Antarctica aboard a National Geographic luxury expedition ship.
Waipi'o Valley, Hawaii (2015) by Zaria Forman – In spring 2015, she travelled to Hawaii on an eco-adventure retreat to learn about permaculture, the development of sustainable agriculture systems.
Waipi'o Valley, Hawaii (2015) by Zaria Forman – Forman hopes to someday adopt that sustainable lifestyle herself.
Maldives no.15 (2015) by Zaria Forman – Forman spent a month in the Maldives in 2013.
Maldives no.10 (2014) by Zaria Forman – She was intrigued by how the country could be affected by climate change and rising sea levels.
Maldives no.14 (2015) by Zaria Forman – "I hope my drawings can facilitate a deeper understanding of the climate crisis, helping us find meaning and optimism in shifting landscapes," Forman says.