Transcending Audubon

This is a closed, past exhibit; it is not available for viewing.

Rex Brasher’s Inspiration: Transcending Audubon features 29 framed works by artist Rex Brasher, a wildlife artist committed to painting all of the birds of North America in their natural habitat. The framed works featured here were selected from the Museum’s collection of the complete 12-volume set from 1929 to 1932.

Included with general admission to the Permanent Exhibit halls and located in the Hamill Gallery.

Curator: Daniel M. Brooks, Ph.D.

Birds, mammals, herps and fish – Dr. Brooks oversees the museum’s vertebrate zoology collection of over 5,000 specimens. The majority represents the Texas coastal bend region but also includes Africa, Latin America, threatened and endangered species, and select taxonomic groups. Dr. Brooks is dedicated to encouraging and facilitating the use….


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