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When Michael Smith was nineteen, he had an accident water-skiing that left him handicapped and confined to a wheelchair. A gift from a neighbor of a set of charcoal pencils would play a part in his later becoming a painter of waterfowl. Although he returned to North Carolina State University to study sociology, drawing and painting started to occupy more of his time. Dean discusses Smith's work and career as an artist.
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9715
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Dean discusses the work of wildlife artist Larry Barton. The Winston-Salem resident left a long career as a cartoonist four years ago to begin painting again. He is recognized as one of the leading outdoor artists in the nation.
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12231
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Duane Raver is North Carolina's premier wildlife artist, as well as one of the nation's best. He is well-known for his paintings of fish, birds, and small-game animals, done in a career of sixty years.
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Our State (NoCar F 251 S77), Vol. 77 Issue 12, May 2010, p166-168, 170, 172, 174, 176, il, por Periodical Website
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26482
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In December, the 23rd Annual North Carolina Wildlife Art Exhibition will exhibit national and local artists’ works of wildlife, flora and fauna. The exhibition is supported by the N.C. Wildlife Federation, which aims to educate the public about wildlife through art.
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Friend of Wildlife (NoCar Oversize SK 431 F74x), Vol. 38 Issue 5, Fall 1991, p7, il
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9631
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Duane Raver, Jr. is one of the most widely recognized wildlife artists in the nation. He is retiring in July 1979 as editor of WILDLIFE IN NORTH CAROLINA to pursue a career as a full-time free-lance wildlife artist.
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6069
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Duane Raver, the state's premier wildlife artist, is also one of the nation's best. He is well-known for his paintings of fish, birds, and small-game animals, done in a career of forty years. In addition to paintings for individuals, he has painted many magazine covers and illustrated fish books for North Carolina, Virginia, Oklahoma, and Louisiana.
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6064
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Sallie Ellington Middleton of Asheville is a wildlife artist who is known for her meticulous reproductions of the most exact details of her subjects. Because of this she rarely completes more than a few paintings a year. Middleton discusses examples of her work.
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26947
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The Wake County Wildlife Club is hosting the 14th Annual Wildlife Art Show and Sale in Raleigh this December. The show will feature wildlife carvings of Joe Chambers. Recently, Joe produced a life size pair of whitetail deer heads, a buck and a doe.
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Friend O’ Wildlife (NoCar Oversize SK 431 F74x), Vol. 29 Issue 9, Sept/Oct 1982, p10, il, por
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Duane Raver, the state's premier wildlife artist, is also one of the nation's best. The former editor of WILDLIFE IN NORTH CAROLINA is profiled in this pictorial essay.
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4897
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Artist Thomas Bennett is following in the footsteps of artists Audubon and Fuertes in painting highly detailed, accurate paintings of the state's extinct and endangered wildlife. In 1998, he embarked on a ten-year project depicting wildlife in North Carolina and the Southeast. When finished, the series will contain between 70 and 80 paintings. Several of Bennett's paintings hang in the North Carolina Museum of Natural Sciences in Raleigh, where he has been named the museum's first artist-in-residence.
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