Iroquois National Wildlife Refuge Paint Out
Situated south of Middleport, and east of Lockport, NY, the Iroquois National Wildlife Refuge is comprised of over 1,000 acres of wetlands and forests which provide much needed natural habitat for local and migrating birds, ducks and geese.
Last summer’s wild grass, now faded and bleached by the sun, stands upright and pale against fresh new greens bright with spring’s promise. Marshy water winds its way through this little patch of paradise, reflecting the hazy silver gray cloudiness above.
Though tranquility prevailed, the soft harmony of quacking, honking, and chirping of our feathered friends provided fine background music while we painted.
|Our Paint Outs|
|Plein Air Painting|
|Buffalo Electric Tower|
|Piper's Village Inn|
|National Wildlife Refuge|
|Coomer Road Barns|
|Burchfield Art and Nature Center|
|Twentieth Century Club|
|Buffalo Garden Walk|
|Exhibition 2009 Announcement|
|Paint out Schedule|
|Photo Page 2009 Exhibition|
|Photos Beaver Meadow 2008 Exhibition|