Arthur Singer: The Wildlife Art of an American Master
Visitors to our gallery can now enjoy an exhibit of 11 selected works of art and field guide illustrations by Arthur Singer.
Arthur Singer emerged in the 1950’s as one of the world’s finest illustrators and painters of birds and helped redefine the concept of bird guide with his 1966 release, The Golden Field Guide to Birds of North America. His work also appeared in the immensely popular Birds of the World, and his paintings of state birds were seen by millions when the US Postal Service issued the "State Birds & Flowers" stamps in 1982.
Singer’s talent was honored in 1981 with the prestigious Master Wildlife Artist award from the Woodson Art Museum, and again in 1985 with the Hal Borland Award from the National Audubon Society.
On display from March 10–April 19, 2018.
Lecture & Book Signing
Saturday, March 10, 3:00–5:00 pm
Please join us for a free illustrated lecture and book signing with Paul and Alan Singer, authors of the recently published Arthur Singer: The Wildlife Art of an American Master.
Light refreshments will be served.
No registration required; open to all ages.
Open Tuesday-Sunday, 1:00-5:00 pm
The exhibition is at the Museum of American Bird Art.
963 Washington Street, Canton, MA 02021
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