Duck exhibit opens at Janice Mason
by Alan Reed
Jun 21, 2006 | 0 0 comments | 6 6 recommendations | email to a friend | print
One of the duck prints on exhibit at JMAM.
One of the duck prints on exhibit at JMAM.
The Janice Mason Museum is hosting a popular annual exhibit of art used for the US Fish and Wildlife Duck Stamp program. The exhibit features finalists at the junior level from all 50 states, including winners and honorable mentions. Also on exhibit are finalists and winners from the adult category, including the winner Jim Taylor, of Towson, Maryland.

Taylor’s work was represented by a reproduction as his original is being converted into stamp for collectors, wildlife enthusiasts and hunters. The other works were all originals.

The youth winner, Elizabeth Beaudoin, 19 of New Hampshire, was also featured.

In total, over 75 works of art from youth and adults are available, representing waterfowl of several species, some unique to the state or region that the artist hails from. As unique as the ducks and geese represented are the natural backgrounds and environments the fowl are native to.

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