Animal art exhibition approaches

September 26, 2012 by  

A wildly exciting animal artists’ exhibition is being unveiled at the Hiram Blauvelt Art Museum tomorrow and the public is invited to visit the museum to discover the outstanding artworks or to acquire a piece that can be added to an art lover’s collection.

Designed to promote the excellence of artists that portray the various creatures that share our world, there will also be informational art seminars, teaching demonstrations, and lectures based on educating the public about these creatures. Needless to say, this exhibition is a must for all animal lovers.

Founded in 1957, the Blauvelt Demarest Foundation is a legacy of the late philanthropist and conservationist Hiram Blauvelt, who promoted his large game collection and wildlife art hoping to provide a cultural value of its subjects. Now, 25 years later, the directors of this foundation have decided that this could best be achieved by redesigning the museum to display the collection of works from today’s contemporary wildlife artisans. Today, the museum’s original collection features works by Carl Rungius and Charles Livingston Bull, together with a complete folio of the Audubon’s Extinct Birds.

Brochure printing and poster printing may have been used to promote this collection of wildlife artists’ work to avid collectors in and around the region. Admission to this exhibition is free and everyone is welcome to attend and view it.

As of tomorrow, September 27, this exhibit is taking place at the Hiram Blauvelt Art Museum located at 705 Kinderkamack Road in Oradell, New Jersey, which is just a short drive from Northvale. It will run until the end of the year. For more information, please visit the Hiram Blauvelt Art Museum website or call 201-261-0012 during business hours.