In Media


The Nature Conservancy
Using Fire to Restore Illinois Prairies and Woodlands
April 1, 2024

Backroad Portfolio
Anthony Shoals in Wilkes County, GA
Spring 2024 (p. 38)


The Magazine Antiques
Last Call—The Tallgrass Visions of Philip Juras
October 13, 2023

Nature in Chicagoland (blog)
Art Exhibition Celebrates the Stunning Prairies of Illinois
August 2023


Aiken Standard
Museum hosts work of three landscape painters
Jul 14, 2022

South Carolina Wildlife
Focusing on the Big Picture (print only)
July/August 2022

The Bitter Southerner
The Untold Story of Hibiscus Grandiflorus
May 3, 2022


Grassland Restoration Network
Philip Juras: Picturing the prairie. A vision of restoration
August 12, 2021

Quintessential Barrington
“Picturing the Prairie”, (print only)
July 2021

Strategies for Steward: From Woods to Prairies
Prairies, and the people who shape them
June 28, 2021

WTTW Chicago
Illinois Is a Natural Beauty in New Exhibit ‘Picturing the Prairie’
June 5, 2021

A Prairie Calling – Friend of Nachusa Grasslands
Picturing the Prairie, A Vision of Restoration
May 2021

Picturing the Prairie: A Conversation with Philip Juras and Jerry Adelman (32 minute video gallery tour on Vimeo)
May 2021

Chicago Botanic Garden
Philip Juras Exhibition, (8 minute video with captions on Vimeo).
May 2021


Field Museum
Chicago Region – Paintings of Prairie Environments By Philip Juras,

Minding Nature (Center for Humans & Nature)
Painting Prairies of Illinois: An Interview with Philip Juras
Winter 2020, Volume 13, No. 1

Cultivating the Wild, Documentary
Philip is featured from minutes 3:27 to 9:37. Cultivating the Wild focuses on six Southerners committed to reclaiming the nature of the South through art, science, and culture. Their inspiration is William Bartram, 18th century naturalist and America’s first environmentalist.
Aired Nov 12, 2020 on SCETV then nationally.

Piedmont Prairie Partnership – Southeastern Grasslands Initiative
Video: Bringing Back Piedmont Prairies: 5-minute YouTube video and 11-minute YouTube video
February, 2020

Ormond Beach Observer
A legacy to preserve: Ormond Beach resident’s film targets environmental conservation in the South
January 14, 2020
(local copy jpg)


Bama Now
What did Alabama’s landscapes look like in 1819? Hint: think Kansas with prairies and bamboo.
October 19, 2019


Eco Parche
Video: “Exposición de arte ‘Paisajes de Chingaza’”, (Posted on Facebook)
September 18, 2017

Franklin Chronicles (Franklin College of Arts and Sciences, UGA)
Juras Exhibition in Colombia
August 7, 2017

En vivo: Red+
La preservación de los parques naturales se beneficia con la paz”: Santos
July 31, 2017


Northeast Georgia Living
Books (A review of The Wild Treasury of Nature)
Summer 2016
(local copy jpg)

The Skimmer (Little Saint Simons Island Newsletter)
The Wild Treasury of Nature, An Art Exhibit and New Book by Philip Juras
Spring 2016
(local copy pdf)

Brunswick News
Landscape book of Little St. Simons tells story of undisturbed past
May 4, 2016

Flagpole Magazine, Culture Brief Blog
Philip Juras’ Latest Book,’The Wild Treasury,’ Offers Meditations on Growth, Change, History and Place
April 1, 2016

Aiken Standard
Exhibition explores the ‘Wild Treasure of Nature’
April 1, 2016

The Red and Black
UGA alumnus to talk at Avid about new book about Little St. Simon’s Island
March 30, 2016

Garden and Gun – online
Philip Juras: The Art of the Wild
March 2016

Flagpole Magazine
The Wild Treasury of Nature: Philip Juras Paints a Portrait of Little St. Simons Island
March 9, 2016

Online Athens – Athens Banner Herald (front page feature)
‘Wild Treasury of Nature’ is Athens artist Philip Juras’ latest book and exhibit
February 20, 2016


Flagpole Magazine, Culture Brief Blog
Landscape Painter Philip Juras Lends his Home for Fundraiser
November 17, 2014

Tall Timbers E Journal
Painting With Fire by Jim Cox
Fall 2014
Local Copy (jpg of cover and p. 28,29)

Longleaf Leader – (Longleaf Alliance Newsletter)
Longleaf Art Spotlight – Longleaf of Wormsloe
Summer 2014
Local Copy (pdf)

Garden Citings (Cherokee Garden LIbrary, Atlanta History Center Newsletter)
Celebrate the Southern Frontier: Philip Juras, Artist, Explorer and Writer
Spring 2014

The Skimmer (Little Saint Simons Island Newsletter)
The Island as Art
Summer 2014
Local copy (pdf)


David Hanson’s blog: Meeting People

Athens Magazine
Athens Rising Stars
Summer 2012
Local Copy (jpg of page 39)


Drew Lanham’s blog: Wild and In Color

UGA Graduate School Magazine
Painter of a Lost World: Revisiting the Past Contained Within Philip Juras’ Landscape
Fall 2011
Local Copy (Text and images as jpgs)

Aiken Standard
Artist creates visual record of Bartram’s travels
Local Copy (Text Only)

Augusta Chronicle
Exhibit shows landscapes of past

Art Daily
Philip Juras: The Southern Frontier, Landscapes Inspired by Bartram’s Travels at Morris Museum of Art

Savannah Morning News
Juras recaptures the wild beauty of the South


Garden and Gun
A brush with history (Print edition only)
December 2010

Athens Magazine
The Bartram Muse: Historic naturalist leads Athens Artist Philip Juras to capture natural history on canvas.
November 2010
Local Copy

Athens Banner Herald
Painter emulates naturalist’s prose