Bitter Lake National Wildlife Refuge's annual Dragonfly Festival is Saturday, September 8th, this year.
The Refuge provides various FREE Guided Tours, Events-including films and guest speakers, and hands-on Activities for all ages!
We will announce when the Reservation lines are open for this year's Festival. Details will be posted soon, so please continue to view our website for updates.
Come in today and enjoy Bitter Lake National Wildlife Refuge's beautiful Joseph R. This refuge is home to amazing diversity of wildlife!
Her work is large-scale that takes hundreds of hours to complete.
Painted using a painstaking technique of hyperrealism, Marsh reaches far-flung notes of heightened psychological content.
Not content with the traditional painting, she considers this a portrait of humanity.
Although she uses photographs to construct and guide her, these paintings come to be through the act of painting, and allows for her intuitive and gestural aspects to inform her work.
Artist’s Biography: Diane Marsh grew up Buffalo New York, received a BFA from Daemen College in 1976, and a MFA at the State University of New York at Buffalo in 1978.