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Exhibitions and Shows

  • 2019-2000 Exhibitions and Shows
  • Permanent Collections
  • Organizations
  • Publications
  • Workshops
  • 2024

    • NOAPS Spring Online Show, May-June 2024
    • “Over Land and Sea,” Aiken Center For The Arts, Aiken, S.C., March-April
    • Society of Animal Artists “Wildlife Wonders,” Ironwood Gallery, Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum, Tucson, Ariz., March-June
    • “Dreamweavers,” 54th annual exhibition of the Women Artists of the West, Phippen Museum of Western Art, Prescott, Ariz., March-June
    • “Vanishing Circles,” Wildside Gallery, Phoenix Zoo, Ariz., Feb.-June 2024
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    2023

    • Richeson 75 - Animals, Birds and Wildlife, Finalist
    • NOAPS Fall Online Show, Dec. 2023-Jan. 2024
    • “Art of the Plains 2023,” American Plains Artists Thirty-Eighth Annual Juried Exhibit & Sale, Pearce Museum at Navarro College, Corsicana, Texas, Oct. 2023–Jan. 2024
    • American Women Artists 2023 Annual Online Juried Show, Sept. 2023-Sept. 2024
    • Artists For Conservation “13th Annual International Exhibit of Nature in Art,” VanDusen Botanical Garden, Vancouver, B.C., Canada, Sept.
      • AFC tour: Ironwood Gallery, Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum, Tucson, Ariz.; Plum Creek Nature Center, Joliet, Ill., Dec. 2023-March, 2024
    • “Inspired: Arizona Artists Celebrate the Natural World,” Wildside Gallery, Phoenix Zoo, Ariz., Sept.-Jan. 2024. President's Favorite Award
    • “48th Birds In Art,” Leigh Yawkey Woodson Art Museum, Wausau, Wis., Sept.-Nov.
      • Birds in Art tour: Forest Preserve District of Will County, Plum Creek Nature Center, Joliet, Ill., Jan.–Feb., 2024; Newington-Cropsey Foundation, Hastings-on-Hudson, N.Y., March–May; Mabee-Gerrer Museum of Art, Shawnee, Okla., June–Aug.; Wichita Falls Museum of Art, Wichita Falls, Texas, Sept.-Dec 2024
    • Women Artists of the West 53rd National Exhibition, “No Place Like Home,” Carriage Factory Art Gallery, Newton, Kansas, July-Sept. 2023
    • Society of Animal Artists “Encounters with the Animal Kingdom,” Janice Mason Art Museum, Cadiz, Ky., Feb.-April
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    2022

    • Women Artists of the West 52nd National Exhibition, “East Meets West,” Cynthia McBride Gallery, Annapolis, Md., Nov. 2022-Jan. 2023
    • NOAPS Fall Online Show, Dec. 2022-Jan. 2023
    • 2022 Kentucky National Wildlife Art Exhibition, Preston Arts Center, Henderson, Ky., Oct.–Nov. - Marvin H. Moran Award
    • Artists For Conservation “12th Annual International Exhibit of Nature in Art,” VanDusen Botanical Garden, Vancouver, B.C., Canada, Sept.
      • Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum, Tucson, Ariz., Jan.-March 2023
    • Society of Animal Artists, 62nd Annual Exhibition & Art and the Animal Tour, Turtle Bay Exploration Park, Redding, Calif, Sept.-Oct.
      • Hiram Blauvelt Art Museum, Oradell, N.J., Nov. 2022-Jan. 2023; Ella Carothers Dunnegan Gallery of Art, Bolivar, Kan., Feb.-April 2023
    • Society of Animal Artists "Winged Things" online exhibition, Aug.-Dec.
    • American Plains Artists 2022 Art of the Plains Juried Exhibit, Fort Concho National Historic Landmark, San Angelo, Texas, June-Aug.
    • Society of Animal Artists “The Animals of North America,” Customs House Museum, Clarksville, Tenn., May-June
    • American Plains Artists 2022 Signature Members Show, The Museum of Western Art, Kerrville, Texas, Feb.-March
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  • 2021

    • Richeson 75 - Animals, Birds and Wildlife, Finalist
    • American Plains Artists 2021 Art of the Plains Juried Exhibit, CFD Old West Museum Cheyenne, Wyo., Nov.-Dec.
    • Artists For Conservation “11th Annual International Exhibit of Nature in Art,” VanDusen Botanical Garden, Vancouver, B.C., Canada, Oct.
      • AFC Tour: Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum, Tucson, Ariz., Jan.-March 2022
    • Society of Animal Artists, “The Kingdom,” Midland Center For The Arts, Midland, Mich., Nov 2021-Jan. 2022
    • “Birds in Art” Leigh Yawkey Woodson Art Museum, Wausau, Wis., Sept.-Nov. - Permanent Collection Purchase
      • Birds In Art Tour: Newington-Cropsey Foundation, Hastings-on-Hudson, N.Y.; Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum, Tucson, Ariz.; Bozeman Art Museum, Mont.; Rockport Center For The Arts, Texas; Jan. 2022 - Feb. 2023
    • Society of Animal Artists, “Art That Matters to the Planet,” Roger Tory Peterson Institute, Jamestown, N.Y., Aug.-Sept.
      • Hiram Blauvelt Art Museum, Oradell, N.J.; Sternberg Museum of Natural History, Hays, Kan., Aug. 2021-May 2022
    • Society of Animal Artists, “Animal Impressions,” Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum, Tucson, Ariz., Aug.-Nov.
    • American Women Artists “Lifting The Sky: Elevating the World of American Women Artists” (Online)
    • “Vanishing Circles,” Ironwood Gallery, Arizona Sonora Desert Museum, Tucson, Ariz., May-Aug.
    • American Plains Artists 2021 Signature Members Show, Petrified Wood Art Gallery, Ogallala, Neb., March-May
    • “Avian Observations: Great Plains Birds In Art,” Great Plains Art Museum, Lincoln Neb., Jan.-May
    • Women Artists of the West 51st National Exhibition “America the Beautiful,” 
      The Museum of Western Art, Kerrville, Texas, Feb.-March.
    • “Avian Observations: Great Plains Birds In Art,” Great Plains Art Museum, Lincoln Neb., Jan.-May
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    2020

    • Richeson 75 - Animals, Birds and Wildlife, Finalist
    • Artists For Conservation “10th Annual International Exhibit of Nature in Art,” VanDusen Botanical Garden, Vancouver, B.C., Canada, Oct.
    • 2020 Members Exhibition of the Society of Animal Artists, Hiram Blauvelt Art Museum, Oradell, N.J., Aug.-Nov.
    • “WAOWing the Wind River Valley,” Headwaters Art & Conference Center, Dubois, Wyo., June-July
    • “Making Their Mark: American Women Artists,” Booth Western Art Museum, Cartersville, Ga., May-Aug.
    • American Plains Artists - Signature Show, Museum of Western Art, Kerrville, Texas, May-June
    • Women Artists of the West 50th National Exhibition, “Jubilee,” Settler's West Galleries, Tucson, Ariz., March-April - Publishers' Award
    • Arizona Center for Nature Conservation “Art On The Wild Side,” Savanna Gallery, Phoenix Zoo, Ariz., Jan. 2020 - Feb. 2021
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    Permanent Collections

    • Leigh Yawkey Woodson Art Museum, Wausau, Wis.
    • Driftless Glen Distillery, Baraboo, Wis.
    • Great Plains Art Museum, Lincoln, Neb.
    • Arizona Sonoran Desert Museum, Tucson, Ariz.
    • Bennington (Vt.) Center for the Natural and Cultural Arts
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    Organizations

    Publications

    • “Art imitates life at the Phoenix Zoo’s Wild Side Gallery,” The Arizona Republic, Oct. 21, 2023, pages ZA 16-17
    • AcrylicWorks 10: Inspiration Unleashed, published by North Light Books, Sept. 2023
    • Journal of Raptor Research, Vol. 57, No. 1 (March 2023), Cover Art, published by the Raptor Research Foundation
    • HawkWatch International 2022 Calendar
    • Wing Beats, “Anne Peyton, Conservation Artist,” and Liberty Wildlife 2020 Annual Report, Liberty Wildlife Rehabilitation Foundation, 2021
    • The Richeson 75 International - Animals, Birds and Wildlife (Finalist, Meritorius), Dec. 2021
    • Great Plains Quarterly, University of Nebraska Press, Spring 2021
    • The Richeson 75 International - Animals, Birds and Wildlife (Finalist), Dec. 2020
    • AcrylicWorks 7: The Best of Acrylic Fall 2020, published by Artist's Magazine, pages 95-97
    • AcrylicWorks 6: Creative Energy, published by North Light Books, April 2019, page 127
    • AcrylicWorks 5: Bold Values, published by North Light Books, April 2018, pages 118, 130
    • The Richeson 75 International - Animals, Birds and Wildlife (Finalist-2), Dec. 2018
    • Western Art Collector, “Artist Focus,” November-December 2018, page 95
    • Artist's Magazine Annual Competition, 3rd Place and Finalist (Animal category), March 2018, page 85
    • The Richeson 75 International - Animals, Birds and Wildlife (Finalist, 2 Meritorius), December 2017
    • International Artist, “In the Field,” June-July 2017, pages 92-101
    • AcrylicWorks 4: Captivating Color, published by North Light Books, April 2017, pages 126-127
    • Art Journey - Animals: A Collection of Inspiring Contemporary Masterworks, published by North Light Books, January 2017, pages 90-91
    • The Richeson 75 International - Animals, Birds and Wildlife, December 2016
    • American Art Collector, “Artistic Diversity,” October 2016, pages 129-131.
    • Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association, Vol. 248, No. 11, Cover Art, published by the American Veterinary Medical Association
    • AcrylicWorks 3: Celebrating Texture, published by North Light Books, April 2016, pages 90
    • The Richeson 75 International - Animals, Birds and Wildlife, December 2015
    • AcrylicWorks 2: Radical Breakthroughs, published by North Light Books, February 2015, pages 115-116
    • The Richeson 75 International - Animals, Birds and Wildlife, December 2014
    • American Art Collector, “A World of Birds,” November 2014, pages 130-131.
    • International Artist, “International Prize Winners, Challenge: Wildlife,” September-October 2014
    • Arizona Field Ornithologists 2014 Annual Symposium, Program Cover, October 2014
    • Artists For Conservation, The Art of Conservation 2014 Book Cover, September 2014
    • Fine Art Connoisseur, “Get Thee To Denver,” September 2014, page 75
    • The Richeson 75 International - Animals, Birds and Wildlife, December 2013, pages 52-53, 123
    • The Richeson 75 International - Animals, Birds and Wildlife, December 2012, pages 53-55, 135
    • Southwest Art Magazine “Artistic Excellence,” December 2012, page 91
    • The Richeson 75 International - Animals, Birds and Wildlife, December 2011, pages 61-62, 134-135
    • “Nature through the Artist’s Eye,” Cactus Wrendition (Maricopa Audubon Society), Summer 2011
    • Vanishing Circles: Portraits of Disappearing Wildlife of the Sonoran Desert Region, by Linda M. Brewer, Arizona Sonora Desert Museum Press, 2011
    • “The Art of Anne Peyton,” Desert Rivers Audubon Society newsletter, Spring 2009
    • Wildlife Art, Sept/Oct 2007 issue, “Birds of Prey,” Nature’s Way, page 82
    • Southwest Art, April 2006 issue, “For the Birds,” page 132; “From the Editor,” page 17
    • Wildlife Art, Sept/Oct 2003 issue, “Fine Feathered Friends,” page 70
    • Southwest Art, June 2003 issue, “Artists To Watch,” page 24
    • Wildlife Art, May/June 2002 issue, “Women Artists Tout Artistic Parity,” pages 66-67
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    Workshops Attended

    • John Agnew, Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum, July 2014
    • Harley Brown, Scottsdale Artists’ School, April 2010
    • Greg Beecham, Scottsdale Artists’ School, October 2008, Arizona
    • Lars Jonsson, Victor Emanuel Nature Tours, April 2006, Port Bolivar, Texas,
    • Robert Bateman, Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum, March 2003, Tucson, Ariz.
    • Robert Bateman, Beartooth School of Art, June 2001, Bozeman, Mont.
    • Terry Isaac, Beartooth School of Art, June 2001, Bozeman, Mont.
    • John Seerey-Lester Master Class, March 2000, Sedona, Ariz.
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