Connecticut Audbon Society
Center at Fairfield

Center at Pomfret

Becorns: A Woodland World of Wonder
Exhibit & Sale by David Bird
Exhibit extended by popular demand thru December 31

David Bird is a photographer based in Danielson, CT who got his start in character design by working for Lego in Denmark. He makes characters out of acorns, sticks, and whatever else he finds in the back yard, and then he photographs them in the wild with real animals. Most of these photos are the result of a careful study of animal behavior, patience, and a lot of birdseed. You can view his photography and toy designs at davidmbird.com or follow him on Instagram at @davidmbird. Free admission.

Nature Sketchbook Journaling
Saturday, January 25, 1 – 4 p.m.
Saturday, February 22, 1 – 4 p.m.

You’ll spend time at the Center sketching and painting nature using pencil, pen and watercolor. Roxanne Steed will teach basic drawing and watercolor techniques. (Bring a pencil, waterproof black drawing pen, small set of watercolor paints and brush, watercolor sketchbook). Fee: $10 CAS members; $20 non-members.

Register for Jan. 25
Register for Feb. 22

Winter Art Show & Sale
Featuring Local Artists
Now through end of December

Come feast your eyes on the talents of three local Connecticut artists:

* Sterling – Avian and Wildlife
Watercolorist David Stumpo;
Green Leaf Studios & facebook.

* Killingly – Wildlife and Nature
Photographer Nancy L. Barrett;
nancylbarrettphotography.com

* Danielson – “Becorns” and Nature
Photographer David Bird;
davidmbird.com

There will be a variety of artwork and cards for purchase with holiday gift-giving in mind. Free admission.

Trail Wood Reflections:
Writer & Artist In-Residence Exhibit
OPENING Reception and Reading
Sunday, January 26, 2 – 4 p.m.
Exhibit through February 28 at theCenter at Pomfret.

Each year the Summer Writer and Artist In-Residence Program at our Trail Wood Sanctuary in Hampton produces inspirational work. This year’s class is no exception. The beauty found in their paintings, photography and written word well reflect the tranquility of Trail Wood. A great boost in the dead of winter, come celebrate this year’s artists and writers and their experiences. Free.

 

 

 

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