Artists for Conservation

marine artist

Stanley Meltzoff: Oceans and Other Worlds Exhibition

Exhibition Opens June 6 in New York

Universally acknowledged as the first and still finest artist ever to paint the world's apex game fish, Stanley Meltzoff was born in Brooklyn and went on to to artistic triumphs in a variety of genres. Meltzoff was a Signature member of AFC until his death in 2006 During WWII, he served as correspondent for THE STARS AND STRIPES army newspaper alongside the legendary cartoonist Bill Mauldin. Thereafter he enjoyed success as a commercial artist and illustrator, ornamenting such magazine covers as The Atlantic, The Saturday Evening Post, and Scientific American, among many others.

Internationally Renowned Marine Artist Receives AFC’s 2011 Conservation Award

Guy Harvey - Recipient of AFC's 2011 Simon Combes Conservation Award

 

We are extremely pleased, on behalf of Artists For Conservation, to announce this year's recipient of the Simon Combes Conservation award. AFC Member, Guy Harvey, was chosen for artistic excellence and for a lifetime of extraordinary support of conservation. He joins the likes of David Shepherd and Robert Bateman.

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