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How John James Audubon learned to draw

MS Am 21. Houghton Library, Harvard University Grande Pie Grieche Grise Buffon Great American Shrike or Butcher Bird. Henderson, Kentucky, 1812 Nov. 30. In full bloom, the works of great artists can be hard to understand—the effect of what ... Boston Globe, 1 month ago

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Audubon House and Tropical Gardens highlights Keys bird species and plants

John James Audubon, famous for his Birds of America book, visited Key West in the spring of 1832 and stayed at the home of the Geiger family. Slated for demolition in 1958, the house at 205 Whitehead Street was saved by the Mitchell Wolfson Family ...
 Examiner.com1 month ago

The early Audubon

G rowing up in the late 18th century, John James Audubon regularly skipped school and headed to the fields, spending his early years developing the techniques that led to his career as a famed naturalist who made pioneering contributions to art and ...
 Harvard University Gazette1 month ago

Hawk Mountain hosts Audubon art exhibit

Sept. 05 --DREHERSVILLE -- Hawk Mountain unveiled its John James Audubon exhibit Monday, which will continue to be on display until late December. The exhibit in the Visitor Center Gallery features a handful of paintings by Audubon , a self-taught ...
 HispanicBusiness.com1 month ago

Science Takes Wing in Anniston Museum Exhibit of Audubon Prints

Anniston, AL- Anniston Museum of Natural History is pleased to announce the opening of a new temporary exhibition: Audubon's Birds of America. Beautifully framed reproductions of original drawings by John James Audubon line the walls of the Museum's ...
 Noodls1 week ago

James Seay thinks about William Faulkner's understanding of Mississippi geography

James Seay teaches at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. His poems and essays have appeared in Antaeus, Esquire, The Southern Review, and other publications. "Cotton Harvest" by McNair Evans, from Confessions for a Son (2014) During ...
 Oxford American Magazine4 weeks ago

'Realists' complement each other in Audubon exhibit

Sept. 21 -- HENDERSON -- Artists Michael Bartholomew and Chris LaMarche have a lot in common. Both view the creation of their art as a vehicle for relaxation, primarily in the evenings after a long day at work. Both like to experiment, often ...
 HispanicBusiness.com1 month ago

Birds and cups unite in ceramics exhibit at LCCC

Sept. 15 -- The Esther and John Clay Fine Arts Gallery at Laramie County Community College will look more like a garden than an exhibit hall this month. Ceramics artist Julia Galloway will showcase her works in the hall through the end of ...
 HispanicBusiness.com1 month ago
Wired News

Fantastically Wrong: The Scientist Who Thought That Birds Migrate to the Moon

In the classic millennial film The Mighty Ducks, which was so awesome it convinced me and my frail pre-teen body to become a roller hockey goalie (to predictable ends), the team makes use of the iconic Flying V formation when in a pinch. The power ...
 Wired News1 day ago

Louisiana, Three Ways: NOLA

A sign showing two crossed baguettes topped by a skull welcomes me to Killer Poboys , a New Orleans hole-in-the-wall known for its renegade version of Louisiana's state sandwich, the po boy . The eatery is crammed into a back room of the Erin Rose , ...
 National Geographic2 days ago
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