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Alan Woollett Named Woodson Art Museum 2019 Master Artist

The Leigh Yawkey Woodson Art Museum announces British colored-pencil artist Alan Woollett as its 2019 Master Artist who will be honored during the Museum’s 44th annual Birds in Art exhibition this fall. Woollett, the Woodson Art Museum’s 38th Master Artist, will discuss his career and artwork during his Master Artist presentation on Birds in Art opening day, Saturday, September 7, in the Museum’s sculpture garden, 9:30-10:30 a.m. See the 2019 Master Artist press release for details.

Birds in Art Due Date Approaches

A reminder to artists submitting artwork for 2019 Birds in Art jury consideration: the online and postmark deadline is April 22. For additional details, see the prospectus here: https://www.lywam.org/birds-in-art/2019-prospectus/

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Choosing artworks from the Woodson Art Museum’s permanent collection to amplify the themes of Cut Up/Cut Out, the current temporary exhibition, was thoroughly enjoyable. Sometimes making a connection between temporary exhibition themes and Museum collection artwork is difficult. In this instance, to complement Cut Up/Cut Out, I looked to the collection’s extensive holdings of woodcuts and linocuts and the processes used to make those prints.

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