All about crows and ravens - Tony Angell at Wild Birds Unlimited Saturday

Friday, October 26, 2018

Tony Angell puts the finishing touches on a
raven sculpture for Kruckeberg Garden
All About Crows and Ravens, Saturday October 27, 2018, 11am to 12noon at Wild Birds Unlimited, in Town Center, intersection Bothell and Ballinger Way, Lake Forest Park.

Tony Angell, Lake Forest Park neighbor and friend will be the guest lecturer on October 27. 

Mr. Angell will discuss his work, his passion for birds, and will teach you all about crows and ravens! Tony will also be available for book autographs and pictures.

Tony is an award-winning author, illustrator, sculptor, and educator with Washington State roots spanning four decades. He lives in Lake Forest Park with a studio on Lopez Island.

His list of awards, honors, exhibitions and commissioned work is extensive. He epitomizes the Pacific Northwest through his written and visual talents, giving others a strong appreciation of our region and its many wonders.

Some of Mr. Angell's public commissions include the Seattle Woodland Park Zoo, Seattle Aquarium, City of Redmond, Mount Baker Ski Area, Sleeping Lady in Leavenworth and the public libraries of Bainbridge and Lopez Island. His work is also part of the Harborview Medical Center and the public collection of the Seattle Business Center.

Mr. Angell's sculptural work is also included in the collection of the Museum of Northwest Art, Seattle Art Museum, Frye Art Museum and Tacoma Art Museum.

Mr. Angell was just named the Rainier Club's 2018 Laureate which is an honor bestowed on creative professionals with ties to the Pacific Northwest. A Rainier Club Laureate is recognized for his or her notable achievements in visual, literary and/or performing arts. This award grants each Laureate recipient with a Rainier Club membership for life.

Some of Mr. Angell's books include, "In The Company of Crows and Ravens", the "House of Owls" , "Gifts of the Crow: How Perception, Emotion, and Thought Allow Smart Birds to Behave Like Humans", and "Puget Sound Through an Artist's Eye", and many others.


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