Tag Archives: David Milton

Autumn Absurdities

Posted on September 16, 2020

I like the word “absurd” and mental images it conjures – ridiculous, silly, incongruous . . . like a duck on a bike. Birds in Art artist David Milton agrees. He chose his painting’s subject – the 1950s tin toy – at the start of the coronavirus quarantine as a metaphor for the absurdity of the situation we are experiencing.

Seven-Foot Roosters

Posted on August 19, 2015

Birds in Art is kind of a big deal.
Actually, for four decades it’s been THE big deal in avian art – worldwide. And, 2015 is no exception.
Preparation for the 40th Birds in Art at the Woodson Art Museum began after the opening weekend of the 39th, and work steadily progresses and reaches a frenzy about . . . now.