September 9 - November 26, 2017
Clarence P. Cameron's Montana dendritic soapstone sculpture, "Moonstruck," has been selected for the 2017 Birds in Art exhibition at the Leigh Yawkey Woodson Museum in Wausau, Wisconsin. This is Cameron's 14th time to have a piece selected for this prestigious "bird art" exhibition.
The owl is 9.5" high, 7.5" wide and 7" deep. It sits on a slab of Vermont slate, which is 2" high and 8" square.
The 2017 exhibition includes 90 other juried artists and 23 past Master Artists, who have been named Master Artists during previous Birds in Art exhibitions. There were 832 entries submitted by 524 artists for the 2017 juryï¿½s consideration.
The Birds in Art exhibition, which presents original paintings, sculptures, and graphics created within the last three years by artists from throughout the world, once again celebrates avian marvels through fresh artistic interpretations. This yearï¿½s Birds in Art, the Woodson Art Museumï¿½s internationally renowned, flagship exhibition, marks the 40th anniversary of the exhibition and the Museum.
A full-color, illustrated Birds in Art catalogue featuring every artwork along with artistsï¿½ statements will be available for purchase in September. For more information, visit www.lywam.org, e-mail the Museum at firstname.lastname@example.org, or call 715-845-7010.
Birds in Art opens to the public at 9 a.m. on Saturday, September 9, with the opportunity to meet many of the exhibiting artists from around the world, as well as watch many demonstrations in various media. It runs through November 26.