Campus artists draw inspiration from natural history for exhibition at art museum
John James Audubon, Little Sandpiper, Plate CCCXX, The Birds of America, first edition, Vol. IV, 1836, Jule Collins Smith Museum of Fine Art, Auburn University
Jessye McDowell, The Natural Kinds (Reference Failure), Courtesy of the artist.
John James Audubon, Barred Owl, Plate 36, The Birds of America, first octavo edition, Vol. I, 1840, Jule Collins Smith Museum of Fine Art
Barred owl skeleton, On loan from Auburn University Museum of Natural History.
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