Wildlife enthusiasts may find just the right painting, sculpture, carving or other piece at the 2012 NatureWorks Art Show and Sale March 3-4 at the Renaissance Tulsa Hotel and Convention Center.
NatureWorks is the Tulsa-based conservation group that hosts the art show, bringing together wildlife and nature artists from across the United States and abroad for the event. Art at the show will be for sale, which will help generate matching grants to assist with a variety of state wildlife conservation projects.
NatureWorks has also partnered with the Wildlife Department on a number of different conservation projects, such as the Department's paddlefish management program, duck stamp print program and centennial duck stamp print.
Additionally, NatureWorks has supported habitat work at the Harold Stuart Waterfowl Refuge Unit within the Deep Fork Wildlife Management Area (WMA) and the Grassy Slough WMA.
NatureWorks also has been an important supporter of the Wildlife Department's Hunters Against Hunger program - in which hunters can donate their legally harvested deer to feed hungry Oklahomans.
In addition, they have funded important projects to help schools and libraries in the state receive paid subscriptions to the Department's Outdoor Oklahoma magazine.
Get all the show details here.