Tag Archives: 2012 Birds in Art artists

Inspiration, Seared Indelibly

Posted on October 17, 2012

The art of pyrography is more than wood burning. An artist uses a tool – heated to as high as 1,000 degrees! – to scorch the surface of natural materials such as wood, paper, gourds, or leather. With the same price of admission – always free – Woodson Art Museum… Read More

Bright-eyed and Bushy-tailed: A Newbie’s Take on Birds in Art

Posted on September 12, 2012

I survived. The Birds in Art opening festivities served as my institutional initiation, and I can now say with confidence that I’m a part of the Woodson Art Museum family. It all began to sink in Friday – how truly special Birds in Art is and what this annual exhibition… Read More

Birds of a Feather

Posted on May 16, 2012

May is high anxiety time at the Woodson Art Museum. This is true not only for staff, but also for the close to 600 artists who submit artwork for consideration for the Museum’s Birds in Art exhibition. Like college acceptance letters of years past, the Museum formerly notified artists via… Read More