Wildlife Art Shows

William Rush Art and Wildlife Show at Penn State Campus in Lima, PA
Although art and sculpting are not about competition, but rather about enjoying the privilege of creating things of lasting beauty, wildlife art shows and competitions do provide an atmosphere for communication with the public and even more importantly, meaningful critiques. Although artists are free to create in their own ways, I believe it is important to get feedback.

Among the places where my work has been shown are: Woodstock Artistís Association, Arts Society of Kingston, Coffey Gallery(Kingston), Donskoj Company Gallery (Kingston), Ulster County Fair, Dutchess County Fair, New York State Fair (Syracuse, NY), Alice Curtis Desmond - Hamilton Fish Library (Garrisson, NY), Northeastern Woodworkers Association Showcase (Saratoga Springs, NY), Mohawk Valley Art and Woodcarving Show (Albany, NY), William Rush Woodcarving and Wildlife Art Show (Lima, PA).

The quality of these wildlife creations has been recognized at various art and wildlife shows and woodcarving competitions. Many of the wildlife sculptures have been awarded first place ribbons for sculpting quality, detail, accuracy and realism.
Joseph M. Boek1 Raymond DriveWoodstock, NY 12498Phone (845) 679-7165

Copyright Joseph M. Boek (2003), Design & Programming by Sobcon Inc. (2003)