In this episode, Baumann's journey takes his audience to some of the tallest trees on Earth. These old growth redwood stands are some of the last remaining timber that was saved from the lumber industry. These magnificent trees live to be 2000 years old and grow to be over 300 feet tall; Baumann's journey takes him to the base of these mythical giants. Interviews include park biologist, Ray Murray and superintendent, Bill Pierce. Native American yet to be announced. Baumann concludes this episode by painting a grove of redwoods that follow the Little Bald Hills to the Pacific.
Episode Duration: 26 minutes and 46 seconds
Episode Number: 208
|Sun, Nov 29||7:30 A.M.||Redwood National Park|
Acclaimed landscape painter Stefan Baumann's art reflects his commitment to ecology and the preservation of the natural environment.
In THE GRAND VIEW, Baumann travels throughout North America, sharing his message and his art as he raises awareness for these causes.
This new series takes viewers on a journey throughout America's National Parks system, where he shares his adventures and his passion for nature.
The series showcases the art, insights and park experiences as Baumann hikes deep into the United States' most famous National Parks.
Applying the realist theory of the old masters in his paintings, Baumann's treks encompass every aspect of the park, focusing on the plants, wildlife and the geologic and human history that have impacted the region.
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