Looking at Birds is aptly subtitled ‘an antidote to Field Guides‘. John is making the point that identifying birds is only the beginning, and that to be open to other ways of watching birds will greatly enhance our time spent doing it. He suggests that we should enjoy the “many times when, because of light […]
John created this little bird book for his eldest grandchild, then aged 6. While it will remain in the family there are a number of similar pictures that are available for sale (see below). Enjoy!
Super soft and printed with some of John’s magnificent abstract oil landscapes we’re really excited about these silk scarves. Just six samples were made and three of them have gone already, so if you are interested don’t leave it too late! See Shop here These scarves are printed on light silk satin and finished with […]
In 2009 John Busby was honoured by the prestigious Leigh Yawkey Woodson Art Museum in Wisconsin, USA, becoming their Master Wildlife Artist for that year. The museum has run its flagship Birds in Art exhibition since 1976 attracting the very best wildlife art from the USA and internationally, but a Master is not designated every […]
John Busby beside one of his works at the International Crane Foundation, Baraboo, WI, USA in 2013. This blog on the Leigh Yawkey Woodson Art Museum website documents an interesting field trip during the opening days of the 39th annual Birds In Art Exhibition.