Constance Sartor is a muralist currently living in Central Florida. As an artist with a background in natural science, she aims to connect people to their environment through public art. Her scientific studies in the coral reefs of Guam, the freshwater rivers of Wyoming, and the swamps of Florida have inspired her murals which can be seen in public venues including Mote Marine Aquarium, Bonehenge Whale Center, and Yellowstone National Park. While maintaining a level of scientific accuracy in her wildlife murals, she likes to add her own twist by augmenting natural colors and orientations of the organisms. She hopes to continue to spread awareness for environmental issues like endangered species through public art around the United States.