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Date: Wednesday, October 21, 2020 5:00 pm - 6:00 pm

A Vital and Healthy Nature- Finding Inspiration in the Natural World

Tony Angell has been creating nature-inspired art for over 40 years. From his childhood spent hunting and fishing along the river and skin diving and surfing in the ocean, to his time as an adult spent rehabilitating wild animals, Tony has spent his life immersed in nature. This immersion has provided the basis for his incredible artwork and is fundamental to not only his artistic but also his world view. 

In this presentation, Tony will take us through his artwork, his inspiration, and why the presence of a vital and healthy nature is essential as a source of ideas, possibilities, and inspiration.

Tony Angell, Artist
Tony Angell has been creating nature-inspired art for over 40 years. From his childhood spent hunting and fishing along the river and skin diving and surfing in the ocean, to his time as an adult spent rehabilitating wild animals, Tony has spent his life immersed in nature. This immersion has provided the basis for his incredible artwork and is fundamental to not only his artistic but also his world view. Best known for his stone and bronze sculptures of crows, ravens, and other corvids, his work has been commissioned by Seattle’s Woodland Park Zoo, the Monterey Bay Aquarium, the City of Redmond, and Mount Baker Ski Area. He’ll speak about his main motivation- the significance of the presence of a vital and healthy nature as a source of ideas, possibilities and inspiration.

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