The Leigh Yawkey Woodson Art Museum, in the heart of Wausau, Wisconsin, is known for its internationally acclaimed Birds in Art exhibition, which opens each fall on the weekend after Labor Day. All-new avian-themed interpretations in original paintings, sculptures, and graphics are sure to inspire in endless ways. The inaugural exhibition that helped launch the Museum’s opening in 1976 developed to become the Woodson Art Museum’s flagship and internationally renowned Birds in Art exhibition.
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|James with his painting |
and Alice Woodson Smith.
|Just Canadians! From left - right|
Michael Dumas, Calvin Nicholls, James Clow, Rose Tanner,
Robert Bateman, Karen Bondnarchuk, Patricia Pepin
This is the first James Clow painting that I saw.
|James had this in our 2017 show.|
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