Tony Angell: Drawings In Stone
Foster/White Gallery, Seattle, WA - Mar 5 – 21
In a distinct shift from his stone carvings of animals and birds, veteran wildlife artist and environmental activist Tony Angell exhibits bas-relief slate carvings of various bird species native to the Pacific Northwest. Following his retrospective last year at the Woolaroc Museum in Oklahoma City, Angell has consolidated his expertise for meticulous identification and representation into tall panels that exalt vulnerable creatures. His 2005 book on crows and ravens, coauthored with John Marzlu , won the Victoria and Albert Illustration Award.