Connecting to Nature, One Painting at a Time

Artist Faith Rumm has been interweaving creativity and her love of nature since she was very young. As a child with a violinist mother, a mountaineer father and three brothers, backpacking, climbing, messy craft projects and playing music were all a part of everyday life. Later she worked in national parks as an interpretive ranger, and national forests as a wilderness ranger, always continuing with her art. Her eventual specialty as natural history illustrator and interpretive designer grew directly from these roots. RummStudio displays grace protected areas both nationally and internationally. Today Rumm uses her artistic talents to create fine art and the occasional interpretive display.

"I paint with a desire to constantly renew my own connection to the earth and it's creatures. Each piece I produce is not so much a landscape as it is a 'portrait of nature', be it a grand scene, storm, cliff, tree, animal or bird. It is a great gift to spend my life creating art from my source of inspiration, and share it with others."

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Rumm's mural, "Nutrients for Healthy Pandas" at Wolong Panda Breeding Center in Sichuan China, as featured in National Geographic August 2016


First solo long-distance hike at age 20.

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