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All news is good news for an artist. Whenever my stone sculpture is featured or mentioned in any media it shines a light on my work. Worthy accomplishments and events of significance merit repeating. You will find those stories here.

I spend a lot of time creating, but it is equally important to connect with the outside world. Sometimes this is one of the hardest things to do. At times, I am my own promoter and publicist. You will find these stories here as well.   

Lastest News or Event

Exuberant, sculpture by Ellen Woodbury
Verde Guatemala Marble
on Granite
Photo by Mel Schockner

My green marble horse is getting quite a lot of attention.

“Exuberant” won first prize in the 3-D division at Equine Art in the Park in March.  Now this stone sculpture is juried into the Society of Animal Artists‘ show at Trailside Galleries in Jackson, Wyoming.

The show runs from August 1 through August 31, 2017, and features wild and domestic animal painting and sculpture by some of the best artists in the world.

Trailside Galleries is one of the top galleries in the west and deals in American representational art.  They specialize in western, wildlife, figurative, impressionist, and landscape art.

Excerpts of Other Recent News and Events

May 16, 2016 through May 16, 2017. Art on Parade, E.B. Raines Memorial Park, Northglenn, CO. “See Through Other Eyes: Spotted Owl” is on display. May 16 through May 31, 2016. Out of Africa, on-line art sale to benefit endangered African wildlife  Society of Animal Artists. May, 2016 through May, . . .

National Show Success “Alpine Harvest,” the little pika and his haystack of wild flowers, was juried into the Society of Animal Artists’ 55th Annual Exhibition on Art and the Animal. The show premieres at the Roger Tory Petersen Institute in Jamestown, New York.  It runs from August 28 and through . . .

Ellen Woodbury’s “See Through Other Eyes: Spotted Owl” was installed in O’Brien Park in Old-Town Parker, Colorado, on May 7, 2015. This one-of-a-kind interactive sculpture is on display at the corner of Main Street and Victorian Drive from May 2015 through May 2016.  The display is part of the Douglas . . .

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