Prehistoric Museum to Present Form Revisited by Artist Pen Brady


Prehistoric Museum Press Release

Form Revisited by Artist Pen Brady
March 14 through May 22
Monday through Saturday from 9 a.m. – 5 p.m. (closed Sunday)
General Admission Rates Apply

Our next gallery exhibition, opening to the public on March 14, will feature works by contemporary wildlife artist Pen Brady who resides in Bunceton, Missouri. Pen’s work has a Northwest Coast feel with primarily non-northwest subjects. She has had numerous one-woman shows throughout the Midwest and east, as far as Atlanta, Georgia. She is represented by numerous art galleries throughout the MidWest, as well as Georgia, Texas and Washington State.

Our Director of Education and Exhibits, Lloyd Logan, had the pleasure of working with Pen for seven years when they were both employed by Chase Studio in Cedar Creek, Missouri. Pen started out as a botanical model maker and soon became supervisor of the Botanical Model Department due to her exceptional organizational ability and attention to detail. Her botanical models may be seen in numerous museums throughout the US and many foreign countries. She is an exceptional artist in any medium, 2D or 3D.

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