Featuring interpretations from realistic to abstract and from fanciful to clever, these sculptures from the Woodson Art Museum’s collection depict a variety of birds and beasts. The mediums used to carve and shape the birds and animals vary, too, ranging from stone, wood, and bronze to glass and wire.
Carl Akeley, Going, 1924, bronze
Thomas E. Beardsley, The Woodlot Treasure, 1980, acrylic on wood
Thomas Hill, Potato Bird, 2019, wood, wire, brass, steel, and paint
Paul Rhymer, Farm Animals, 2016, bronze
Pete Zaluzec, House Sparrow, ca. 2006, bronze
Thanks to the members, donors, grantors, and sponsors who support the exhibition and programs.
Exhibitions and programs are supported in part by a grant from the Wisconsin Arts Board with funds from the State of Wisconsin and the National Endowment for the Arts. Marketing supported in part by City of Wausau Room Tax funds.