The Arctic environment has inspired many artists and writers. Here we are proud to present some of the work of painter Ann Davidson whose stunning collages capture the raw beauty of northern latitudes. We hope these images explain visually why arctic environmental research by INTERACT partners and others is so important.

Note: you can also see more images in our photo gallery and read about our field research sites.

Works by Ann Davidson

"In 2005 I visited the Ilulissat Ice Fjord and its mouth was choked with icebergs of immense number, size and beauty. Three years later, I was told they have disappeared. Melting of the Arctic ice, with all its dramatic shapes and colours, is a great loss." - Ann Davidson

Ice-cap near Kangerlussuaq, Greenland. © Ann Davidson

Ilulissat Kangerlua from Sermermiut, Greenland. © Ann Davidson

Icebergs in Uummannaq Fjord, Greenland. © Ann Davidson

Ice at Uummannaq, Greenland. © Ann Davidson

Looking north from Sutherland. © Ann Davidson

The Arctic Circle, the Greenland Sea. © Ann Davidson

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