Judy Schrader's Wildlife and Nature Art
Assorted Single Nature Note Cards
Throughout the PA Wilds, both flora and fauna thrive in the wilderness. On any given day, people can see various forms of wildlife including deer, foxes, bears, raccoons, coyotes, and so much more. Even more fascinating are the varieties of wildflowers in the PA Wilds that add color to Pennsylvania landscapes. As an artist Judy Schrader uses her painting skills to showcase this beauty for everyone! Extremely detailed, each notecard is a reproduction of an original work that depicts a scene from nature or a woodland animal that calls the wilderness of the PA Wilds its home. Not only can these note cards be mailed to friends or family, but they also make sweet scrapbook additions or can be framed for wall decor.
Package of one card with white mailing envelope sealed in clear presentation envelope.
5.5" x 0 x 4.25"
As a wildlife and nature artist for over 35 years, Judy Schrader has proven her love for the PA Wilds with paint and brushes on a much grander scale. Being very meticulous to detail, Judy practically brings her wildlife and nature art to life in order for it to tell a story and to be better appreciated by all kinds of art enthusiasts. She is an award- winning painter, with her pieces selling both in the United States and around the world, and her art has been displayed in some of the top art galleries in America; including the Roger Tory Peterson Institute of Natural History.
Judy's studio is located in Allegheny National Forest and Surrounds; learn more about this inspiring landscape now.
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