Wednesday, August 26, 2009

Wildlife Art Exhibition Includes Local Sculptor

The Wildlife Experience natural history and wildlife art museum which is in Parker, Colorado opened their fall exhibit "Colorado Gold" on Aug 15.

The exhibition runs through Nov 15 and features 35 Colorado artists and 53 pieces of art.

The works are all nature-related and in a variety of media.

One of the artists exhibiting is Loveland sculptor Kent Ullberg, whom I've written about before.

To see the exhibition go to The Wildlife Experience, located at 10035 S. Peoria St, just one mile east of I-25. To learn more about the museum or the exhibition, call 720-488-3300 or visit their website.


Tori said...

Laurie - I work at The Wildlife Experience and am so happy to see your blog post. We are very excited to have both "Preening Heron" and "Reaching Elephant" by Mr. Ullberg as part of the Colorado Gold exhibition. Like you, we are big fans of his work and currently have eight other pieces of his on display from our permanent collection. Of course, we are fans of all wildlife artists so keep up the good work & thank you!

Laurie Tossy said...

Tori--Thanks for the update on the exhibition and the permanent collection! We are so fortunate to have so many talented artists here in Colorado, and such wonderful museums that display their work!