The Susan Kathleen Black Foundation is hosting

In the Audubon Tradition Exhibit and Sale,

Cincinnati Museum Center, Cincinnati, OH 200th Anniversary Extravaganza Event!

September 12, 2019- January 5, 2020.

The list of contributing wildlife artists is impressive!    John A. Ruthven, Robert Bateman, Guy Coheleach, Kent Ullberg, Mort Solberg, Walt Matia, John Banovich, Greg Beecham, John Seerey-Lester, Suzie Seerey-Lester, John Pitcher, Sue Westin, James Gurney, David Rankin, Carel P. Brest Van Kempen, Wes Siegrist, Rachelle Siegrist, Nancy Howe, John Agnew, Cindy House, James Coe with more great artists to be added!!

And I have been invited to be among them. The pressure is on! This event is followed by the reopening of the newly restored Union Terminal, November 10th 2019.

Visit the Cincinnati Museum Center,www.cincymuseum.org and the Susan Kathleen Black Foundation, www.susankblackfoundation.org.

Dick & Dianne Wham Wildlife Award- OVAL Biannual KY, National Wildlife exhibition

This is by far the biggest monetary award I have earned. In addition, my painting was hung in a primo spot, next to the works of well established and much more successful artists! Considering a few years ago, one of my best animal portraits ever, was hung as an after thought over a thermostat, where no-one could find it, I have now experienced the best and the worst. It was a huge honor to be recognized. And it came at a time when I most needed the boost. It isn’t always about the money, but in this case, I can now afford a new point and shoot camera with both wide angle and telephoto lens. Many thanks OVAL, http://www.ohiovalleyart.org/exhibits-events/ky-national-wildlife-exhibit/ for including me in your exhibition!