The Owl Pages

Owl paintings by Thomas Bennett

Thomas Bennett

Thomas A. Bennett, artist-in-residence for the NC Museum of Natural Sciences, brings a painterly perspective to the careful observation of wildlife. His style emphasizes anatomical accuracy and is often compared to that of John James Audubon and John Gould, renowned 19th century wildlife artists. It is Bennett's hope that his work will inspire a heightened sense of awareness of the world and its creatures, and foster a greater environmental stewardship.

For more information and to purchase prints, visit Thomas Bennett's Website.

painting of Great Horned Owls at nest
Adult and young Great Horned Owl at nest
painting of a Great Horned Owl
Great Horned Owl

Page updated 2003-05-07