Artists for Conservation

Kelly Dodge

Safari!

This past June 2005 saw Canadian WNAG signature members, Kelly Dodge and Patricia Pepin (right) exploring Kenya with family and friends. Pictured here at Lake Nakuru National Park, their adventures also took them on safari to the Samburu Game Reserve, the Aberdares National Park and the Masai Mara Game Reserve. Thanks go to fellow artist and travelling companion Larry Seymour from South Carolina for organizing the trip and for extending the invitation while exhibiting at the Southeastern Wildlife Exposition last year.

Kelly Dodge at CNIB auction

The Canadian National Institute for the Blind ( CNIB )Headquarters in Ottawa will hold it's 11th Annual Eye on the Arts Charity Auction in the Great Hall of the National Gallery of Canada in Ottawa, on Saturday, May 1, 2004. Studio 737 of Tweed, Ontario has been selected as this years gallery partner with the C.N.I.B. and among the original art selected for auction is Dodge's piece entitled "Song Without Words". The auction is attended by community leaders, corporate executives and generous friends of the C.N.I.B. Tickets for the event start at $50.00.

Kelly Dodge at Art of the Animal Kingdom VIII

Artist Kelly Dodge is pleased to be informed that her pastel piece entitled "Moonlighting" of a Grey Tree Frog was chosen by juror Carl Brenders for inclusion in Art of the Animal Kingdom VIII. This will be the eight wildlife show and tenth season at the Bennington Enter for Natural and Cultural
Arts. June 14 - August 24, 2003. This will be the third exhibition Dodge's work has been included in at Bennington, other exhibitions included Art for the Human Spirit and Impressions of New England.

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