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Newsletter no. 2   28 September 2009  
  More new artists join Bird Art

We have three new artists to introduce you.

Bringing Artists and Bird Lovers Together

The artists featured this month are all based in New Zealand and a large part of their work is of NZ native birds.

They join painters Janet Marshall, Cynthia Muir, glass artist Lisa-Jane Harvey and print maker Gabrielle Schollum.

 
  New Artists      
  Kathleen Lennie

Kathleen produces bright and detailed paintings in a variety of media. Intricate work, she weaves together elements of Maori art with a fine appreciation of the local birds and flora.

 

Kathleen Lennie Waxeyes in Kowhai
Waxeyes in Kowhai
 
  Ian and Jyl Morrison

A husband and wife team, Ian and Jyl create wall sculptures using natural puriri wood bases with birds sculpted from paper to produce unique artworks.

The kakapo opposite was recently on display at Auckland Zoo at the same time as a visit by Sirocco - a male Kakapo. A good breeding season took the numbers of the birds over 100 last year and they remain critically endangered.

Ian and Jyl Morrison Kakapo
Kakapo
 
 
Are you an Artist?

who paints, sculpts or draws birds - if your friends say your work is good enough to sell - check out the website to see how we can work together. www.BirdArtInternational.com

Do you know anyone else who is interested in Birds and Bird Art?

I'm sure you do and I would really appreciate it if you could send this email on to any friends if you think it would be of interest to them. Thanks.

 

 
   

Please call me, Miles Ashworth on 09 425 4901 or 021 776 334 if you have any questions at all.



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Newsletter no. 1   15 July 2009  
  Welcome to our first newsletter

Thank you for subscribing to this newsletter. Every month we look forward to bringing you an interesting selection of art featuring birds from around the world.

Bringing Artists and Bird Lovers Together

The artists featured this month are all based in New Zealand and a large part of their work is of NZ native birds.

One common theme among these artist is their desire to help in conservation with some offering a percentage of sales to go to conservation while others give pictures to be auctioned to raise funds. They are all passionate about the birds they paint and sculpt.

To view more works by any of the artists below click on their name or artwork

 
  New Artists      
  Janet Marshall

Working in gouache, watercolour and acrylics, Janet's background in illustration shows through in these beautiful detailed portraits of birds and the flora.

 

Janet Marshall -Tui  
  Gabrielle Schollum - Save Pengu Gabrielle Schollum

Gabrielle is a printmaker, using engraving and etching in her works. Inspired by the bird life around the seashores and the farm, she captures the fragility of the lives of her subjects

 
  Cynthia Muir

Working primarily in oils, Cynthia paints finely detailed portraits of birds and likes to capture the way they seem to express their character.

Cynthia Muir - Moreporks  
  Lisa Jane Harvey Owl in Glass Lisa Jane Harvey

A glass artist producing hand crafted exquisite depictions of birds in miniature. The works are about 6cm tall and Lisa Jane likes to capture the cheekiness and character of the birds.

 
 
Are you an Artist?

who paints, sculpts or draws birds - if your friends say your work is good enough to sell - check out the website to see how we can work together. www.BirdArtInternational.com

Do you know anyone else who is interested in Birds and Bird Art?

I'm sure you do and I would really appreciate it if you could send this email on to any friends if you think it would be of interest to them.

 

 
   

Please call me, Miles Ashworth on 09 425 4901 or 021 776 334 if you have any questions at all.