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Leopold Art Day
October 27, 2012

Winter Art Festival
November 10-11, 2012

Holiday Art Fair
November 16-18, 2012

Featured

Kim's drawings!!

Birds Through An Artist's Eyes

Corner filled with art!

Sculptures and Murals.

Art can bring the beauty of nature inside.

Photo by Tracy Toogood


Wood Stork

Wood Stork

Is the stork really bald-headed?

The wood stork is on the endangered list.

Birders find wood storks at Harris Neck!


The Inspired Artists

The Inspired Artists

Muralist, Robin Puckett celebrates with Kim!


Scaffolding In Low Position

Ready To Hang A Bird Sculpture!


Holding An Eagle Up High

Holding An Eagle Up High

Photo by Tracy Toogood


The Eagle Flys!

The Eagle Flies!



A Big Alligator On The Shore

A Big Alligator On The Shore


Moss Above Wildlife Drive

Moss Above Wildlife Drive



Eagle Head After Detail Work

Eagle Head After Detail Work


Special Report

Savannah Art Installation

Kim was thrilled to be commissioned
for an art installation to be part of the
Savannah National Wildlife Refuge's
new Visitor Center.

Looking up at the art of nature.

She created 13 lifesize sculptures
representing 11 local species to hang
high above the visitors' heads.

Kim and muralist Robin Puckett took
up the challenge to create sculpture
and wall art for the 40 foot tower at
the entryway to the center.


Pileated WoodPecker

Pileated WoodPecker

A pileated sculpture flying from a dead tree.


The Motivated Crew

The Motivated Crew

No flashy dressers in this group.
Just dedicated Naturalists!

Front Row: Monica Harris, Pete Range,
Christine Fox, Kim

Back Row: Vic Scott, Dennis Williams


Preparing Sculptures In Workroom

Birds In "Sculpture Workroom"

Photo by Tracy Toogood


Scaffolding High In The Room

Scissor Lift High In The Room

Is anybody up there?

Photo by Tracy Toogood


Smiley Fella!

Someone Enjoys Her Work!

Photo by Tracy Toogood


Kim and Pete Work On Ceiling

Pete Range And Kim Work On Ceiling



Many Thanks to the extremely talented
and generous Tracy Toogood for the
beautiful photos as credited above.


The Real Refuge

As usual, after working on art projects
Kim likes to explore the outdoors.

And the Savannah Refuge has much
to experience and enjoy.

Savannah NWR is an integral part of the
Savannah Coastal Refuges Complex.

Established in 1927 and emcompassing
29,175 Acres, this treasure should be a
"must see" on any birder's to-do list.


Gathering of Ibis At Harris Neck

Gathering of Ibis At Harris Neck


A Peak Into Kim's Studio

The eagle and the wood stork took up
most of the bench area.


Sculpture On Workbench

Sculpture On Workbench


Kim Painting Fine Detail

Kim Painting Fine Detail



All uncredited photos by:
Kim and Rob Russell