Walk in to an art gallery and chances are good that you'll see a piece or two inspired by birds.
We at BirdNote have wanted to dedicate a page on our website that features the beauty and diversity of art inspired by birds. So when we heard from Woodson Art Museum about their annual "Birds in Art" exhibition, we were confident that our readers would be equally impressed by the range of talented international artists who use a variety of media to depict birds.
This is the thirty-seventh anniversary of the annual invitational exhibit, where 125 artists were selected from over six hundred submissions. Keep an eye out for the exhibition as it travels to:
- The Wildlife Experience, Parker, CO (December 1, 2012 through February 18, 2013)
- Newington-Cropsey Foundation, Hastings-on-Hudson, NY (March 9 through May 5, 2013)
- Frank H. McClung Museum, University of Tennessee, Knoxville TN (May 25 through August 18, 2013)
- Rockport Center for the Arts, Rockport TX (September 14 through November 16, 2013)
Learn more about the exhibit at Woodson Art Museum, in Wausau, WI. In the meantime, we will let these pieces of art speak for themselves.
Karen Bondarchuk, My Name is Hubert and I am not an Owl, 2011, charcoal and ink on Hahnemuhle paper
Barbara Banthien, Scrabble, 2012, acrylic on gessoed hardboard
Peter Elfman, Watching the River Flow, 2011, watercolor on Arches paper
Shawn Gould, Chihuly’s Garden, 2011, acrylic on hardboard
Steve Kestrel, A Map of the Nightjar’s Heart, 2011, bronze
Kevin Kohlman, The Sun Catcher, 2011, acrylic on hardboard
Lucinda Kate McEachern, Plumed Whistling Duck, 2011, bronze
John C. Pitcher, Slow Motion, 2010, acrylic on hardboard
Don Rambadt, Glide, 2011, bronze and stainless steel
Juan Varela Simo, West Wind, 2012, oil on canvas
Gail Stanek, Spotted Dove, 2011, acrylic on canvas
Karl Taylor, Bulbul on Rebar, 2011, acrylic on gessoed hardboard