Linda M. Feltner

Linda M. Feltner is an artist who specializes in both the aesthetics and science of natural history.

Not only does her work represent the strict standards of accuracy for natural history, but through her fine arts background, she combines the creativity of artistic design with the realism of nature into what has become her trademark. Her career has developed through painting and drawing for conservation, education, and interpretive media, as well as books and exhibitions.

She has been an instructor for the Scientific Illustration Program with the University of Washington (WA), the North Cascade Institute (WA) and the Arizona Sonora Desert Museum Art Institute (AZ). She also teaches workshops “The Nature of Drawing Birds” and “Live Animal Drawing.” She is a member of the Artists For Conservation and the Society of Animal Artists.

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