This coming Sunday, November 10th, marks the closing day of this year's edition of The Woodson Art Museum's Birds in Art exhibition. It seems like just a couple weeks ago that I was being interviewed for the local TV station on Saturday morning after my presentation upon being honored with the Master Wildlife Artist medal for 2013. Time flies . . . but all good things must come to an end. And so, this is the last week to see my mini retrospective of 14 works that has hung in the Master's Gallery for the last two months. One of those works of mine will go on tour along with 59 other two and three dimensional works over the course of the next 12 months. The first stop will be the Heritage Center at the State Historical Society of North Dakota in Bismark from March 1 through the end of June of next year. The next stop on the tour will be the Steamboat Art Museum, Steamboat Springs, CO from July 19 through September 13 and then it moves on to the Michelson Museum of Art in Marshall, TX to hang there from November 4 (a year from today!) through the end of next year. If you are near any of these fine venues, make plans to see some fine art work throughout next year. My thanks again to The Woodson Art Museum for honoring my work this year. Thanks to, to one of my collectors, who loaned a work to the exhibition and took this photo, Mr. Dan Martin, who surprised me at the Friday evening dinner.