AFC Announcements

Bruce Krucke Shares Southern African Trip Experiences

The many letters - 108 in total, from Bruce Kruckes trip to southern Africa are now all available on line from her personal website .

Wonderful images from the experience are shared with visitors and the images of some common and rather exotic wildlife is shared with visitors.

WNAG Now Over 200 Members

With the recent acceptance of an invitation to join the Group by SAA member, Chapel, the WNAG has surpassed the 200 members mark.

Recently an invitation was extended to members of the Society of Animal Artists (SAA) to join the Web based WNAG. Over 80 artists have responded and are in the process of building their web site on the WNAG. Jeffrey Whiting, the creator of the WNAG website and the Director of the Group is also a member of the SAA.

Michelle Mara's Northern trip of Inspiration

Michelle Mara has recently returned from another trip through northern wilderness regions. As in previous field study excursions, she recorded numerous observations of birds and mammals, and photographed mountains, forests, tundra and lakes from which future paintings will be composed. These paintings will be part of an on-going collection titled "Song of the Wild North", and new additions to the collection this year
will include scenes of caribou, moose, mountain goats, and several species of owls and waterfowl.

Kitler included in Ducks Unlimited Canada Art Portfolio and a finalist in Artist

Prints will be published by Ducks Unlimited Canada, and will be featured at the highly popular Ducks Unlimited dinner auctions, as well as through an online auction and at sealed bid auctions at quality venues. These activities generate important funds to support Ducks Unlimited conservation programs. Starting in January 2005, David will have a small number of Artist Proofs of the image available for sale.

Kitlers invited to lead trip to Brazil

In May 2004, wildlife artist David N. Kitler and his wife will be leading a 2-week trip to Brazil, a vast country with several distinctly different biomes. This is the chance to experience some of them and visit several of the most spectacular settings in the continent, where opportunities for wildlife-viewing, bird watching and general photography abound.

Hagood's artwork in National Sculpture Society's 70th Annual Awards Exhibition

Hap Hagood's work "Horus", a falcon bust in mahogany, was one of the 52 pieces chosen for the National Sculpture Society's 70th Annual Awards Exhibition. The piece was one of only two wood sculptures chosen. The exhibit opened Aug. 30 at Brookgreen Sculpture Gardens (the Nation's oldest and largest sculpture gardens), Pawleys Island, South Carolina; where it will reside through October 26.

Patricia Savage Art featured on PBS

Patricia Savage will be featured in the PBS special, The 1899
Harriman Expedition Retraced. The special will be aired
Wednesday, June 11 from 8-10 p.m. Please check your local
listing. For further information, go to

Patricia is also pleased to have some of her other artwork recognized and put on display in other venues including:

"All in a Row" was juried into Leigh Yawkey Woodson Art
Museum's, Birds in Art show.

"Shadowed Profiles" was juried into the Society of Animal Artists
annual exhibit.

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.

© Copyright 2018 Artists for Conservation Foundation, Inc. All rights reserved. "Artists for Conservation", "AFC" and the butterfly logo are registered trademarks of Artists for Conservation Foundation, Inc. AFC International Foundation is a registered charity in Canada (860891761 RR 0001).