As a natural history artist, Chris Clause finds himself in a remarkable location beside Tsavo East National Park. This picturesque setting is a haven for wildlife enthusiasts and artists alike. In this expansive wilderness, Chris witnesses the majesty of elephants roaming freely through the savannah, their graceful and awe-inspiring presence a testament to the region’s natural beauty.
Amidst this wilderness, he also encounters ancient Baobab trees, some of which have stood for centuries. These towering giants serve as living witnesses to the passage of time and are steeped in history. Chris is captivated by their immense size and the stories they silently carry from generations ago.
Living so close to Tsavo East National Park allows him to draw inspiration from the vibrant and diverse ecosystem surrounding him. It’s a place where nature’s wonders are on full display. As a natural history artist, Chris is privileged to capture these moments in art, preserving them for others to appreciate and cherish. It truly is a dream come true for Chris in this idyllic setting of Tsavo House.