Birds in Art

A world class exhibition at its only Texas venue!

Whether the subjects are backyard favorites or exotic species from around the world, an international cast of artists interprets avian themes and habitats employing diverse styles and mediums. The show will includeAl Barnes,Ewoud de Groot,Jim Offeman, andKent Ullbergamong many other internationally recognized artists.

The exhibition's two month run is made possible byThe Margaret Sue Rust Foundation,Pete and M.A. Fisher, andTexas Commission on the Arts. The annual juriedBirds in Artexhibition is organized by the Leigh Yawkey Woodson Art Museum in Wausau, WI, where the 2012 show debuted. It travels to only four venues in 2013. Rockport Center for the Arts will be itsonlyTexas showing.

A public reception will kick off the show's two-month run onSaturday, September 14, from 5-7 pm, which is FREE and OPEN to the public. A full list of exhibiting artists is below, and full-color catalogs will be available for sale.

FMI about the exhibition,visit the LYWM website here.

Full roster of of exhibiting artists:

Edward Aldrich

William Alther

Tony Angell

Hélène Arfi

Barbara Banthien

Al Barnes

Robert Bateman

Allen Blagden

Sandra Blair

Karen Bondarchuk

Ajay Brainard

Wendy Brockman

Ray Brown

Clarence P. Cameron

D.J. Cleland-Hura

Kathleen E. Dunn

Peter Elfman

Anne Senechal Faust

Joe Garcia

Daniel Glanz

Shawn Gould

Ewoud de Groot

Simon Gudgeon

Heiner Hertling

Kristin K. Hosbein

Nancy Howe

Jenny Hyde-Johnson

Ralph Grady James

Lars Jonsson

Kevin Kohlman

Elwin van der Kolk

Nobuko Kumasaka

Peter Mathios

Catherine McClung

Lucinda Kate McEachern

B. Hugh McPeck

Terry Miller

David Milton

James Morgan

Sean Murtha

Johannes Nevala

James Offeman

Dan Ostermiller

John C. Pitcher

Arlene Rheinish

Paul Rhymer

Andrea Rich

Sueellen Ross

Jonathan Sainsbury

Juan Varela Simó

Frederick D. Somers

Karl Taylor

Michael Todoroff

Hank Tyler

Kent Ullberg

Barry Van Dusen

Bart Walter

Lynn Waltke

Paula Waterman

Sue Westin

Darren Woodhead

Sherrie York