Waterfowl Festival 2020

Virtual Art Gallery

Location: Waterfowl Festival
Opening:

online - Virtual Art Gallery


About the Show:

The Easton Waterfowl Festival which is held annual in Maryland, USA is dedicated to wildlife conservation, the promotion of wildlife art and the celebration of costal life.

The new Waterfowl Festival Virtual Art Gallery is a year-round online gallery which offers an exciting opportunity to view artwork online and to further promote and support the Festival’s invited artists.

ISSA annual exhibition

Kentucky, U.S.A.

Location: Arizona Sonora-Desert Museum
N Kinney Rd,
85743 Tucson, Arizona
U.S.A.
Opening:

Winter Hours:
October - February:
8:30 a.m. – 5:00 p.m
520.883.2702
info@desertmuseum.org


About the Show:

The ISSA presents the 9th annual exhibition of Scratchboard art at the Sonora-Desert Museum in Tucson, Arizona (U.S.A.). The exhibition shows professional and unique Scratchboard art from international artists. The International Society of Scratchboard Artists is the most important association for artists from all over the world working in this technique. The ISSA has the aim to represent the medium as independent art form to the public.

SAA International Exhibition

SAA Online

Location:

SAA Exhibitions
Online Show


About the exhibition:

The SAA membership reads like a “Who’s Who” of the world’s most significant artists working in the genre of animal art. This is the first virtual exhibition, to represent the artwork of the Society of Animal Artists members who live and work outside the United States.

Artist in Residence

Hiram Blauvelt Art Museum

Location:

Blauvelt Art Museum
705 Kinderkamack Road
Oradell, NJ
USA


Artist in Residence:

The renowned Hiram Blauvelt Art Museum in New Jersey, USA selects Diana as the next Artist-in-Residence, arriving in 2021. The Blauvelt Art Museum is one of only five museums in the United States to exclusively display wildlife art.

Established in 1985, the Museums internationally acclaimed Artists-in-Residence program continues to draw some of the world’s most celebrated artists. Artists are chosen on their artistic ability and their commitment to the museum’s mission of promoting the conservation and protection of wildlife and their habitats.