Birds inspire awe in endless ways, through their mesmerizing flight, astounding beauty, and delightful eccentricities. They serve as harbingers of seasonal and environmental changes, dazzle with their colors, and soothe with their songs. When talented artists from throughout the world strive to be among those chosen for the internationally renowned Birds in Art exhibition, the resulting depictions are breathtaking. The 39th annual Birds in Art exhibition celebrates avian marvels through fresh interpretations in original paintings, sculptures, and graphics created within the last three years. A fully illustrated catalogue accompanies Birds in Art and will be available in September.
Samples from the 2014 Birds in Art exhibition.
Debbie Stevens, On the Mark, 2014, oil on canvas
Hélène Arfi, Two Barn Owls, 2013, bronze
Chris Bacon, Betwixt, 2012, acrylic on rag board
Victoria Banks, Hunt and Peck, 2014, bronze and vintage Underwood typewriter
Mary Cornish, The Oracles, 2014, oil on linen on panel
Peter Gray, Riverbank Real Estate, 2014, oil on Belgian linen
Andrew Haslen, The Feeding Tree, 2013, hand-colored linocut on Somerset paper
Nancy Howe, In Parenthesis, 2014, oil on Belgian linen
Frank LaLumia, Blue Heron, 2014, oil on linen panel
Jeremy Paul, Ghost, 2013, acrylic on hardboard
Kimberly Roush, Resting in the Wind, 2012, watercolor on Arches paper
Kristine Taylor, 3 Is a Crowd, 2014, bronze
Barry Van Dusen, Caterpillar Envy, 2009, transparent watercolor on Strathmore Gemini watercolor paper
Barry Van Dusen, Young Coop, 2010, transparent watercolor on Arches Rough watercolor paper
Bart Walter, Magpie, 2012, charcoal on cotton rag paper
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