Introducing the first edition of

Art of Nature - Birds

The Pelee Island Bird Observatory Regional Art collection.

This new project is dedicated to raising awareness of the important work undertaken by the Pelee Island Bird Observatory - read more below. The artists involved have generously agree to donate a portion of their royalties. The actual calendars have not yet arrived, but orders may be placed for copies. More details to follow. 

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Cover image:  'Turbulent Waters'  by  Clinton Jammer

Reverse panel  see larger text below

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Participating Artists 

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January

Michael Dumas

'Storm Front'

February

W. David Ward

'Northern Visitor'

March

W. Allan Hancock 

'Treasured Things'

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April
Amélie Bonin

'Merle d’Amérique'

May

Clinton Jammer

'Turbulent Waters'

June

Angela Lorenzen

'Bald Eagle Pair'

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July

David Foyn

'Far from the Maddening Crowd'

August

Robert Bateman

'Queen Anne's Lace and Goldfinch'

September

Ric Sluiter

'Hiding in the Sumac'

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October

Tim Hough

'Great Horned owl'

November

Eddie Le Page

''White Crowned Sparrows''

December

Joseph Koensgen

'First Snow'

The following artists feature in two different Independent Culture calendars:  

April SGaana Jaad White and Daniel St-Amant,  in the Bateman Foundation

fundraiser collection, Gallery of Nature. John Maurer, in our Home & Away collection.

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April

Gallery of Nature collection

2022

April SGaana Jaad White

'Urban Legend - white Raven' 

March

Gallery of Nature collection

2022

Daniel St-Amant

'Cul de Sac'

July

Home & Away collection

2022

John Maurer

'Off Road In killarney'

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