World Migratory bird Day 2024 Artist: Anna rose

Central to World Migratory Bird Day is the artwork that reflects our annual conservation theme. Each year, artists from around the world submit their work to be carefully considered by a panel of reviewers, and one artist is selected.

Meet Anna Rose, the Featured Artist for World Migratory Bird Day 2024

We are delighted to introduce Anna Rose, a talented artist from Columbus, Ohio, as this year’s featured artist for World Migratory Bird Day 2024.

Anna’s practice perfectly aligns with our campaign’s focus on insects, adding a unique and personal touch to our events and educational outreach.

A Fusion of Art and Science

 

Anna is a dedicated artist with a deep connection to wildlife. Her talent has been recognized with the Susan K. Black Foundation Scholarship three times. Anna pursued graduate studies at Ohio State University, where her research centered on the nesting ecology of warblers and thrushes, integrating her enthusiasm for both art and science.

Anna has an impressive list of accolades, from winning scholarships to being named Student Artist of the Year by the American Birding Association. She has also designed logos for the Ohio Bluebird Society and won first place in the Junior Duck Stamp Contest by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.

Anna’s art goes beyond the canvas, blending with her dedication to science and conservation. Whether she’s painting or monitoring bird species, Anna’s love for art and wildlife shines through.

Art in Flight – Insects

 

As our featured artist, Anna Rose will use her talents to illustrate materials for World Migratory Bird Day 2024. Using various mediums, her creations will serve as educational tools for our theme of insects and how they impact the lives of migratory birds and the need for a balanced ecosystem.

Art Submissions

As we develop the World Migratory Bird Day theme for 2025, we are exploring artists who can help us to share the importance of essential resources for birds. Interested in being considered for the artist? Contact us at info@environmentamericas.org

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