Science Art
Cave Walls


More Information on Science Art:

From the book's Checklist (Appendix 2):
     Labeling Science Art
     Tags to add to narrow Internet search results for posted images
     Copyright lines in captions, exhibit lists, and catalogues
     Web page metatags
     Exibiting Science Art
     Bare walls Converted into exhibit spaces

     Internet venues

     Using Science Art in teaching about environmental issues
     Using Science Art in community activities
     Finding Science Art

     Finding Artists Who Produce Science Art
     Support for Science Artists

Some Galleries & Museums Featuring Birds:
     Alexander Gallery (Search on Karl Taylor. Beginning Sept12, search on Adrian Rigby, too.)
     Gerald Peters Gallery (Search on e.g., Tony Angell, Robert Bateman, Lars Jonsson, Tom Quinn, James Prosek)
     Leigh Yawkey Woodson Art Museum (Birds in Art)
     National Museum of Wildlife Art
     Landmarks Gallery
that--like some others--feature an artist who has died, in this case Owen J.Gromme.

Bird Art/Photography Exhibits:
      H. Douglas Pratt and John C. Sill's BIRDS: The Science of Illustration, at the Baker Exhibit Center of the North Carolina Arboretum in Ashville, May 21, 2009 through November 1, 2009.
      John James Audubon: American Artist and Naturalist, at the Ella Sharp Museum of Art and History in Jackson, Michigan, from June 6 through August 29, 2009.

Wildlife Art/Photography Exhibits:
     The Art of Conservation - An International Exhibition ( juried exhibition of the Artists for Conservation Foundation) at the Hiram Blauvelt Art Museum Sept. 16 through Dec. 20, 2009   

Science Art Exhibits:
     Artist Registry for Ornithological Researchers (online) Science Art Exhibit

Proposed Science Art Exhibits:
     Carel Brest van Kempen's juried show "Art of the Mangroves" is designed to raise mangrove awareness

Finding Science Art Online:
     Open Directory ("constructed and maintained by a vast, global community of volunteer editors"--currently 4,588,952 sites - 80,207 editors - over 590,000 categories)

More on Science Art:
     Science, Art, and Science Art: Bird Images in the Information Age (from Birding, October 2004)

Collaborations Between Scientists and Artists:

     Art & Science Collaborations, Inc. (ASCI)
     Ask the Audience
/ Public Engagement (Welcome Trust)

From Artists
(send links to
     Carel Brest van Kempen videos of (1) Peregrine (2)Spectacled Owl
     Todd McGrain "Lost Bird Project" recognizing the tragedy of modern extinctions
     Darryl Wheye drawing "Ivory-billed Woodpeckers" cover, Birding
     Julie Zickefoose painting "Fantasy Flock", step-by-step
     Julie Zickefoose painting "Eastern Tohee" cover, Birding

© 2008 Darryl Wheye and Donald Kennedy