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May 19, 2013

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Artist in Residence is published

Aaron Yount, presently the Marijan Singer Artist-in-Residence at The Hiram Blauvelt Art Museum can now add to his list of accolades, published artist. “An Eye for Berries” has been selected to be published in “The Greenwich Workshop”. This publication is North America’s leading Publishers of Fine Art.

“An Eye for Berries” was the first painting completed by Aaron, as the Artist-in-Residence at the Blauvelt Art Museum. It is now included as part of the Blauvelt’s permanent collection. American Robin is one of the most abundant species of birds in North America, out-numbered by only the red-winged blackbird. When not feasting on a beetles or grubs, flocks of this migratory songbird can be found in bushes and trees enjoying a banquet of fresh fruits and berries.

Yount’s work is in a realistic style to depict wildlife and their habitats. He is a member of the Society of Animal Artists, Illinois Art League, Audubon Society, Cornell Lab of Ornithology and Parklands Foundation. Through his work, Aaron strives to establish an intimate connection between the viewer and his subjects.

Established in 1985, the Blauvelt’s Artist-in-Residence program continues to draw some of the world’s most celebrated artists. They are selected on the basis of their artistic ability and promise and on their commitment to the museum’s mission to protect and conserve wildlife and its habitats.

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