Leigh Yawkey Woodson Art Museum
The Woodson Art Museum is one of only two art museums among the five museums and five libraries named 2017 National Medal winners on May 15, 2017 by the Institute of Museum and Library Services, a federal agency supporting approximately 123,000 libraries and 35,000 museums in the United States, for the award.
Since 1976, 900 or more original pieces of art from over 500 international artists are considered each year by a trio of jurors in preparation for the internationally acclaimed “Birds In Art” show.
My daughter Elizabeth and I shared space in the same gallery room in 2016 with her graphite piece (seagull) and my paper sculpture (magpies).
Society of Animal Artists - SAA
The Society of Animal Artists (SAA), founded in 1960, is devoted to promoting excellence in the artistic portrayal of the creatures sharing our planet, and to the education of the public through art exhibitions, informative seminars, lectures and teaching demonstrations. The SAA’s membership, past and present, represents a veritable who’s who of artists from around the world.
Artists for Conservation - AFC
Artists for Conservation is a Canadian based international non-profit. AFC represents 500 artists from 30 countries, in the nature/wildlife art genre, who are committed to conservation. Many of the world’s most recognized names in the field are actively involved.
Algonquin Art Centre
The Algonquin Art Centre is a world-class art gallery that showcases some of Canada’s foremost wilderness and wildlife artists. Located in one of Canada’s most beautiful provincial parks, the AAC is built upon a long tradition of artists in Algonquin Park from Tom Thomson to Michael Dumas. By displaying the newest works by Canada’s top artistic talent, the burgeoning of this tradition can be enjoyed by visitors and art lovers from all over the world.
Have an idea in mind? Collaborating is one of the great joys in my art career. Contact me today and let’s explore the possibilities.