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In the summer of 2015, wildlife artist Michael Boardman was awarded a unique artist residency in one of the most dynamic and wild landscapes in the world—Glacier Bay, Alaska.This wilderness experience allowed him to connect with wildlife biologists
to study and sketch whales, birds, bears and the incredible biodiversity of Alaska’s Southeast. His presentation will include stories of his expe-riences, photos and images of his artwork.
Michael was raised in Maine, and specializes in field sketching and watercolor. His love of animals, wilderness and art have led him to residences at Baxter State Park, Acadia, and Audubon’s Hog Island as well as Alaska. When not searching the state for unusual raptors he can be found running Coyote Graphics, a screen printing company that markets his artwork on shirts to various Audubon shops and museums across the country.